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by A Fagereng,V Toy,J V Rowland

Download Special Publication 359 - Geology of the Earthquake Source: A Volume in Honour of Rick Sibson (Geological Society Special Publication) eBook
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A Fagereng,V Toy,J V Rowland
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Approaching the earthquake, we observed clear variations in the seismic wave propagation properties.

Geology of the Earthquake Source – A Volume in Honor of Rick Sibson Fagereng, . Toy, . ed. 2011 The Geological Society Publishing House, Geological Society Special Publication 359, Bath UK 318 pp. Article in Geofluids 13(1) · February 2013 with 171 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. We apply a new analysis technique using earthquake focal mechanisms to infer the 3-D fluid pressure field at depth in the source region of the A. D. 2009 L'Aquila k sequence. Approaching the earthquake, we observed clear variations in the seismic wave propagation properties.

Geology of the Earthquake Source: A Volume in Honour of Rick Sibson Virginia G. Toy, Samuel Ritchie and Richard H. Sibson.

Geology of the Earthquake Source: A Volume in Honour of Rick Sibson. Virginia G. Seismogenic structure of a crystalline thrust fault: fabric anisotropy and coeval pseudotachylyte–mylonitic pseudotachylyte in the Grizzly Creek Shear Zone, Colorado.

Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 359, 1-16. Source Characteristics of the 2012 Ahar-Varzaghan Earthquake. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Possible Effect of Pressure Solution on the Movement of a Canister in the Buffer of Geological Disposal System. AUTHORS: Koichi Shin. ABSTRACT: One of the major concepts of the geological disposal of high level radioactive waste is to enclose a metallic container with bentonite buffer which is considered to be impermeable and chemically stable.

Scottish Journal of Geology. Special Publications. Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society. Transactions of the Geological Society of Glasgow. Transactions of the Geological Society of London. Fault-rock textures develop in response to geological and physical variables such as composition, environmental conditions (. temperature and pressure), fluid presence and strain rate.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Special Publication 359 - Geology of the. Publisher: Geological Society Of London Publication Date: 2011 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. 1. Geology of the Earthquake Source: A Volume in Honour of Rick Sibson (Geological Society Special Publication No. 359). A Fagereng; V Toy; J V Rowland. Published by Geological Society of London (2011). ISBN 10: 1862393370 ISBN 13: 9781862393370.

The Geological Society of London Founded in 1807, the Geological Society of London is the oldest geological society in the world, and one of the largest publishers in the Earth sciences.

Professor Richard (Rick) Sibson revolutionized structural geology by illustrating that fault rocks contain an integrated record of earthquakes. Fault-rock textures develop in response to geological and physical variables such as composition, environmental conditions (e.g. temperature and pressure), fluid presence and strain rate. These parameters also determine the rate- and state-variable frictional stability of a fault, the dominant mineral deformation mechanism and shear strength, and ultimately control the partitioning between seismic and aseismic deformation. This volume contains a collection of papers that address the geological record of earthquake faulting from field-based or theoretical perspectives. The papers cover observations in active fault zones, the relationships between fault rocks and fault-slip styles, interpretation of fault-rock textures from the base of the seismogenic zone, consideration of the effects of fluids on faulting, discussion of fault reactivation v. initiation, and a review of future directions in geological earthquake research by Professor Sibson.

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