Earthquake Prediction and Rock Mechanics by Max WYSSEarthquake Prediction and Rock Mechanics by Max WYSS

Earthquake Prediction and Rock Mechanics

byMax WYSS

Paperback | April 11, 2014

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Title:Earthquake Prediction and Rock MechanicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.03 inPublished:April 11, 2014Publisher:Birkhäuser BaselLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3034855362

ISBN - 13:9783034855365

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Table of Contents

V p /V s Anomalies in Dilatant Rock Samples.- V p /V s in Saturated Granodiorite Loaded to Failure.- Acoustic Emission During High-Temperature Frictional Sliding.- The Study of Precursors of Failure Under Biaxial Compression.- Magnetism of Rocks and Volumetric Strain in Uniaxial Failure Tests.- Stable Sliding Preceding Stick-Slip on Fault Surfaces in Granite at High Pressure.- The Sliding Characteristics of Sandstone on Quartz Fault-Gouge.- Clay Gouges in the San Andreas Fault System and their Possible Implications.- An Analysis of Local Changes in Gravity Due to Deformation.- Mean Sea Level Before and After Some Great Strike-Slip Earthquakes.- Dilatancy and Crustal Uplift.- Aseismic Faulting Following the 1973 Nemuro-Oki Earthquake, Hokkaido, Japan (a possibility).- Dilatancy Model and Empirical Formulas for an Earthquake Area.- Theory of Earthquakes.- Two Models for Earthquake Forerunners.- A Theoretical Model of the Dilatant Behavior of a Brittle Rock.- A Note on the Constitutive Law for Dilatancy.- Dilatancy-Related Electrical Resistivity Changes in Rocks.- Precursory and Coseismic Resistivity Changes.- Application of Electric Method to the Tentative Short-Term Forecast of Kamchatka Earthquakes.- The Nature of Surface Tilt Along 85 km of the San Andreas Fault - Preliminary Results from a 14-Instrument Array.- Possible Premonitory Strain Changes Associated with an Earthquake Swarm Near Mina, Nevada.- Crustal Structure and Temporal Velocity Change in Southern California.- Time Variations in Teleseismic Residuals Prior to the Magnitude 5.1 Bear Valley Earthquake of February 24, 1972.- Quarry Blast Sources and Earthquake Prediction: The Parkfield, California, Earthquake of June 28, 1966.- A Search for Precursors to the Sitka, 1972, Earthquake: Sea Level, Magnetic Field, and P-Residuals.- Deep Borehole Observation of the Earth's Crust Activities Around Tokyo - Introduction of the Iwatsuki Observatory.- Hydraulic Fracturing Stress Measurements near the Hohenzollern-Graben-Structure, SW Germany.