Active Fault 368

Active Fault 368

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Active Fault 368

. 16(n.2), 54,147, 152-153, 155, 156, 163, 164 Reverse faults, 40, 42, 53, 128,. 282-283, 291 fault zones, 278-282, 296, 362, 367, 368– 369 slippage, faults, .
age of the last faulting, field data, AD –368 to –368, estimated from the exposures of the Kitamura trench (Okumura et al,1996). historical record. elapsed time rate .
Our study provides the second documentation of a major active fault in southern. . high‐resolution geophysical methods, Tectonophysics, 368, 89–103,.
. 32 continental, mapping 32 delay time 36 fault 19 offset 21 San Andreas fault 17. 380, 391 active 221, 358 boundary 207 exhumed 368 modeled 384 shape,  .
Wang, C. Y., 2002, Detection of a recent earthquake fault by the shallow. The detection of three active faults on the Taoyuan Terrace, northwestern Taiwan by. of the Mt. Angel Fault, Northwest Oregon, USA: Tectonophysics, 368, 105– 117 .
ESC2016-368, 2016. 35th General Assembly of the. Complexities in Active Fault Characterisation and their Implications for. Probabilistic Seismic Hazard .
. 428 Faults accommodating online, 1089–1094 active/dormant, 429 ANN. 371 characteristics of, 368–369 CLIPS in, 370 component-based approach in, 374 .

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