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<p>The Northeast India region is one of the most active zones in the world; the region is jawed between the two arcs, the Himalayan arc to the north and the Indo-Burmese arc to the east. The region bounded by latitude 22-290N and longitude 90-980 E, produced ...
Reference: ASSAM STATE DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY GOVT. OF ASSAM GUWAHATI 2015
<p>The tunnel may have to be constructed across a faulted zone as it is not always possible to avoid crossing active faults. In these situations, the tunnel must tolerate the expected fault displacements and seismic action, and allow<br />only minor damages ...
Reference: 15WCEE
The Topock quadrangle exposes a structurally complex part of the Colorado River extensional corridor and also exposes deposits that record landscape evolution during the history of the Colorado River. Paleoproterozoic gneisses and Mesoproterozoic granitoids ...
Filed under: Geology -  General Geology
Reference: Scientific Investigations Map 3236
Earthquakes subject tunnel linings to transient strains due to ground shaking, and can cause localized permanent strains in zones of fault rupture. These issues are discussed with respect to seismic analyses and design strategies. Most underground structures ...
Reference: 2012 NZSEE Conference
<p>The Greek Database of Seismogenic Sources (GreDaSS) is a repository of geological, tectonic and active-fault data for the Greek territory and its surroundings. In this report, we present the state-of-the-art of an on-going project devoted to the building ...
Reference: ANNALS OF GEOPHYSICS, 55, 5, 2012; doi: 10.4401/ag-5168
The goal of this study is the evaluation of the potential of rockfall occurrence generated by seismic events in the vicinity of the archaeological site of Delphi, Greece.
Reference: 2nd INQUA-IGCP-567 International Workshop on Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering, Corinth, Greece (2011)
<p>We review the long term evolution of seismicity in the eastern Marmara Sea over a decade, before and after the 1999 Mw 7.6 Izmit earthquake. We analyze large scale space-time variations of seismicity in the region and illustrate the impact of the recent ...
Reference: Tectonophysics 510 (2011) 17–27
<p>In this paper is performed a systematic survey of triggered tremor along the San Andreas Fault incentral California for the 31 teleseismic earthquakes with Mw 7.5 since 2001.</p>
Reference: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 114, 2009
The main aim of this paper is to document the geomorphic expression of active faulting based on remote sensingapproach and supplement the occurrence of one single large magnitude event 600 years or so ago along the Himalayan Frontal Thrust (HFT) as deduced ...
Reference: Himalayan Geology, Vol. 29 (2), 2008, pp.109-117 Printed in India
In this paper, we report the nature of active fault, event horizons, and a net-slip during a single faulting event, though the dating for Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) is still in process. The data generated from this study will be very significant ...
Reference: Journal of Active Fault Research, Japan, 29: 71-79, 2008