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Publications tagged with [strike slip fault]

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<p>The previously unknown Greendale Fault ruptured in the September 2010 moment magnitude (Mw) 7.1 Darfield Earthquake. Surface rupture fracture patterns and displacements along the fault were measured with high precision using real time kinematic (RTK) GPS, ...
Reference: Tectonophysics 637 (2014) 178–190
<p>The East Anatolian fault system (EAFS) is the 80-km-wide, 700-km-long, NE trending sinistral strike-slip fault system forming a seismically very active intracontinental transfom fault boundary. It is located between Karlıova County in the northeast and ...
Reference: Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences (Turkish J. Earth Sci.), Vol. 21, 2012, pp. 547–570.
<p>The East Anatolian fault system (EAFS) is the 80-km-wide, 700-km-long, NE trending sinistral strike-slip fault system forming a seismically very active intracontinental transfom fault boundary. It is located between Karlıova County in the northeast and ...
Reference: Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences (Turkish J. Earth Sci.), Vol. 21, 2012, pp. 1–. Copyright ©TÜBİTAK First published online 16 August 2011
In this paper new geologic map, tectonic, geomorphologic, and terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide(TCN) geochronologic data document the geometry, style, kinematics, and slip rates on late Quaternary faults within the Queen Valley, California-Nevada area.
Reference: GSA Bulletin; March/April 2009; v. 121; no. 3/4; p. 599-614
Three-dimensional numerical models are needed to investigate the role of nonvertical strike-slip fault segments on the deformation within restraining bends. Numerical models simulate geologic deformation of two alternative three-dimensional present-day configurations ...
Reference: GEOLOGY, February 2009
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 ...
Reference: Geological Society, London, Special Publications 2007; v. 290; p. 189-201
Existing analytical methods for the stress analysis of buried steel pipelines at crossings with active strike-slip faults depend on a number of simplifications, which limit their applicability and may even lead to non-conservative results. The analytical methodology ...
Reference: Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 27 (2007) 200-211
<p>We determine the long-term slip rate of the southern San Andreas Fault in the southeastern Indio Hills using 10Be and 26Al isotopes to date an offset alluvial fan surface.</p>
Reference: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 111,2006
<p>In this paper are studied the consequences of temporal stress perturbations on earthquake nucleation in a continuous fault model.</p>
Reference: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 108, NO. B9, 2409, doi:10.1029/2002JB001805, 2003
In this paper is provided new structural, sedimentary and geomorphological evidence from the Ecemis Fault Zone, which when combined with published stratigraphic and palaeomagnetic work, will be used to develop of new tectonic model in the regional context ...
Reference: Journal of the Geological Society, London, Vol. 158, 2001, pp. 367-378