Bocono fault, venezuelan andes: evidence of postglacial movement.

@article{Schubert1970BoconoFV,
  title={Bocono fault, venezuelan andes: evidence of postglacial movement.},
  author={Ch. Schubert and R S Sifontes},
  journal={Science},
  year={1970},
  volume={170 3953},
  pages={66-9}
}
Postglacial, right-lateral, strike-slip movement along the Boconó fault, measured on detailed topographic maps, averages 66 meters. The rate of movement was approximately 0.66 centimeter per year, as indicated by carbon-14 dating of associated soil. This evidence suggests that postglacial movement between the Caribbean and Americas plates occurred mainly along the Boconó fault and the north coast of Venezuela.