RuptureSelfSim

RuptureSelfSim - Rupture mechanics, self-similarity, and...

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Rupture mechanics, self-similarity, and scaling GEOSC 508 Mechanics of Earthquakes and Faulting Roughly current as of Spring 2004 Abercrombie, R. E., Earthquake source scaling relationships from -1 to 5 M L using seismograms recorded at 2.5 Km depth, JGR, 1996. Abercrombie and Brune, Evidence for a constant b-value above magnitude 0 in the southern San Andreas, San Jacinto and San Miguel Fault Zones, and at the Long Valley Caldera, CA, GRL , 1994. Abercrombie and Leary, Source parameters of small earthquakes recorded at 2.5 km depth, Cajon Pass, Southern California: Implications for earthquake scaling, GRL , 20, 1511-1514, 1993. Aki, Scaling law of seismic spectrum, JGR , 72, 1217-1231, 1967. Aki, K., Magnitude-frequency relation for small earthquakes: a clue to the origin of f max of large earthquakes, JGR., 92 , 1349-1355, 1987. Boatwright and Choy, Acceleration spectra for subduction zone earthquakes, JGR, 94 , 15,541-15,553-1355, 1989. Cochard A, Madariaga R. 1996. Complexity of seismicity due to highly rate-dependent friction.
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