Mechanics, Structure and Evolution of Fault Zones

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ISBN: 978-3-0346-0137-5 (Print) 978-3-0346-0138-2 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-v

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    Pages 1533-1536

    Mechanics, Structure and Evolution of Fault Zones

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    Pages 1537-1573

    Structural Properties and Deformation Patterns of Evolving Strike-slip Faults: Numerical Simulations Incorporating Damage Rheology

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    Pages 1575-1594

    Segmentation along Strike-Slip Faults Revisited

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    Pages 1595-1627

    Influence of Outcrop Scale Fractures on the Effective Stiffness of Fault Damage Zone Rocks

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    Pages 1629-1648

    Effects of Off-fault Damage on Earthquake Rupture Propagation: Experimental Studies

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    Pages 1649-1667

    Geometry of the Nojima Fault at Nojima-Hirabayashi, Japan — I. A Simple Damage Structure Inferred from Borehole Core Permeability

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    Pages 1669-1691

    Geometry of the Nojima Fault at Nojima-Hirabayashi, Japan — II. Microstructures and their Implications for Permeability and Strength

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    Pages 1693-1724

    The Energetics of Cataclasis Based on Breakage Mechanics

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    Pages 1725-1746

    Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Pulverized Tejon Lookout Granite Adjacent to the San Andreas and Garlock Faults: Implications for Earthquake Physics

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    Pages 1747-1773

    Characterization of Damage in Sandstones along the Mojave Section of the San Andreas Fault: Implications for the Shallow Extent of Damage Generation

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    Pages 1775-1798

    Constructing Constitutive Relationships for Seismic and Aseismic Fault Slip

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    Pages 1799-1815

    Nonplanar Faults: Mechanics of Slip and Off-fault Damage

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    Pages 1817-1851

    Characterization of Fault Roughness at Various Scales: Implications of Three-Dimensional High Resolution Topography Measurements

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    Pages 1853-1884

    Spatio-temporal Slip, and Stress Level on the Faults within the Western Foothills of Taiwan: Implications for Fault Frictional Properties

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    Pages 1885-1908

    Landslides, Ice Quakes, Earthquakes: A Thermodynamic Approach to Surface Instabilities