Properties and Processes of Crustal Fault Zones: Volume II by Yehuda Ben-ZionProperties and Processes of Crustal Fault Zones: Volume II by Yehuda Ben-Zion

Properties and Processes of Crustal Fault Zones: Volume II

byYehuda Ben-ZionEditorAntonio Rovelli

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Recent theoretical developments, acquisitions of large seismic and other data sets, detailed geological studies and novel laboratory experiments offer new opportunities for advancing the understanding of fault zone and earthquake processes. The present and a previous volume provide broad state-of-the-art perspectives on earthquakes and crustal fault zones. Subjects discussed in this volume include imaging of fault zones and the crust, microstructural analyses of fault zone rocks, long paleoseismic record, inferences on stress, stress drops and fault geometries, properties of dynamic ruptures, generation and healing of rock damage, temporal changes of attenuation, postseismic deformation and scaling of earthquake source properties. The volume will be useful to students and professional researchers from Earth Sciences, Material Sciences, Physics and other disciplines, who are interested in properties and processes of earthquakes and faults.
Title:Properties and Processes of Crustal Fault Zones: Volume IIFormat:PaperbackDimensions:379 pagesPublished:June 2, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Introduction.- Ben-Zion, Y. and A. Rovelli.- Seismic Tomography of the Southern California plate boundary region from noise-based Rayleigh and Love Waves. Zigone, D., Y. Ben-Zion, M. Campillo and P. Roux.- Joint Inversion of Seismic and Magnetotelluric Data in the Parkfield Region of California. Using the Normalized Cross-Gradient Constraint Bennington, L. N., H. Zhang, C. H. Thurber, P. A. Bedrosian.- Composition, Alteration, and Texture of Fault-Related Rocks from SAFOD Core and Surface Outcrop Analogs: Evidence for Deformation Processes and Fluid-Rock Interactions. Bradbury, K., C. R. Davis, J. W. Shervais, S. U. Janecke, and J. P. Evans.- Fault geometry and active stress from earthquakes and field geology data analysis: the Colfiorito 1997 and L'Aquila 2009 cases (central Italy).- Ferrarini, F., G. Lavecchia, R. de Nardis and F. Brozzetti.- The seismotectonics of the Po Plain (northern Italy): tectonic diversity in a blind faulting domain. Vannoli, P., P. Burrato and G. Valensise.- A 21 event, 4,000-year history of surface ruptures in the Anza Seismic Gap, San Jacinto Fault and implications for long-term earthquake production on a major plate boundary fault. Rockwell, T. K. T. T. Dawson, J. Young Ben-Horin and G. Seitz.- Systematic receiver function analysis of the Moho geometry in the Southern California plate-boundary region. Ozakin, Y. and Y. Ben-Zion.- Lineament domain of regional strike-slip fault deformation belt: insight from the Neogene transtensional De Geer Transform Fault in NW Spitsbergen. Cianfarra, P. and F. Salvini.- Pseudotachylyte and fluid alteration at seismogenic depths (Glacier Lakes and Granite Pass faults, central Sierra Nevada USA).Prante M. R. and J. Evans.- Pulse-like rupture induced by three-dimensional fault zone flower structures. Pelties, C., Y. Huang and J.-P. Ampuero.- Dynamic ruptures on a frictional interface with off-fault brittle damage: Feedback mechanisms and effects on slip and near-fault motion. Xu, S., Y. Ben-Zion, J.-P. Ampuero and V. Lyakhovsky.- Microstructures Induced in Porous Limestone by Dynamic Loading, and Fracture Healing: An Experimental Approach. Richard, J. M.- L. Doan, J.-P. Gratier and F. Renard.- Investigation on the temporal change in attenuation within ruptured fault zone of the 1999 Mw7.3 Chi-Chi, Taiwan earthquake. Wang, Y. J. and K. F. Ma.- Postseismic deformation following the 2010 M=7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake: observations, kinematic inversions and endmember models. Rollins, C., S. Barbot, and J.-P. Avouac.- Average Stress Drops of Southern California Earthquakes in the Context of Crustal Geophysics: Implications for Fault Zone Healing. Hauksson, E.- Scaling Relations of Source Parameters of Earthquakes on Inland Crustal Mega-fault Systems. Murotani, S. , S. Matsushima, T. Azuma, K. Irikura and S. Kitagawa.