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Publications by [Langenheim V. E.]
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RELATIVELY SIMPLE THROUGH-GOING FAULT PLANES AT LARGE-EARTHQUAKE DEPTH MAY BE CONCEALED BY THE SURFACE COMPLEXITY OF STRIKE-SLIP FAULTS (2007)
At the surface, strike-slip fault stepovers, including abrupt fault bends, are typically regions of complex, often disconnected faults. This complexity has traditionally led geologists studying the hazard of active faults to consider such stepovers as important ...