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Title "Fault-zone Properties and Earthquake Rupture Dynamics"
Table of contents: Chapter 1. "Introduction for the Fault-zone Properties and Earthquake Rupture Dynamics" by E. Fukuyama
Chapter 2. " Geometry and Slip Distribution of Co-seismic Surface Ruptures Produced by the 2001 Mw 7.8 Earthquake along the Strike-slip Kunlun Fault, Northern Tibet", by A. Lin
Chapter 3. "Aseismic-seismic Transition and Fluid Regime along Subduction Plate Boundaries and a Fossil Example from the Northern Apennines of Italy" by P. Vannucchi, F. Remitti, J. Phipps-Morgan, and G. Bettelli
Chapter 4. " Fault Zone Structure and Deformation Processes along an Exhumed Low-angle Normal Fault: Implications for Seismic Behaviour" by C. Collettini, R.E. Holdsworth and S.A.F. Smith
Chapter 5. "Pseudotachylytes and Earthquake Source Mechanics" by G. Di Toro. G. Pennacchioni and S. Nielsen
Chapter 6. "The Critical Slip Distance for Seismic and Aseismic Fault Zones of Finite Width" by C. Marone, M. Cocco, E. Richardson and E. Tinti
Chapter 7. "Scaling of Slip Weakening Distance with Final Slip during Dynamic Earthquake Rupture" by M. Cocco, E. Tinti, C. Marone and A. Piatanesi
Chapter 8. " Rupture Dynamics on Bi-material fault and Non-linear Off-fault Damages" by T. Yamashita
Chapter 9. "Boundary Integral Equation Method for Earthquake Rupture Dynamics" by T. Tada
Chapter 10. "Dynamic Rupture Propagation of the 1995 Kobe, Japan, Earthquake" by E. Fukuyama
The dynamics of the earthquake rupture process are closely related to fault zone properties which the authors have intensively investigated by various observations in the field as well as by laboratory experiments. These include geological investigation of the active and fossil faults, physical and chemical features obtained by the laboratory experiments, as well as the seismological estimation from seismic waveforms. Earthquake dynamic rupture can now be modeled using numerical simulations on the basis of field and laboratory observations, which should be very useful for understanding earthquake rupture dynamics.
- First overview of new and improved techniques in the study of earthquake faulting
- Broad coverage
- Full color
- A must-have for all geophysicists who work on earthquake dynamics
- Single resource for all aspects of earthquake dynamics (from lab measurements to seismological observations to numerical modelling)
- Bridges the disciplines of seismology, structural geology and rock mechanics
- Helps readers to understand and interpret graphs and maps
Also has potential use as a supplementary resource for upper division and graduate geophysics courses.
Primary Market: Graduate students and scientific researchers in seismology and/or structural geology/rock mechanics.
Secondary Market: Professors and researchers in Earth Sciences who are interested in earthquake source physics.
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- © Academic Press 2009
- 23rd March 2009
- Academic Press
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"Good supplementary material for researchers and graduate students who are interested in earthquake source physics."--Pure Applied Geophysics
National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
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