*Bonilla, M. G., 1970, Surface faulting and related effects, in Weigel, R. L. , ed.,
Earthquake Engineering: Englewood Cliffs, ... Recency of faulting; A widely
applicable criterion for assessing the activity of faults: World Conference on
In earthquake - prone southern NASA Earth Resources Survey Symposium .
These California , active faults are recognizable on the trends are as follows .
high - resolution S190B photography of Skylab ( G - 13 , vol . I - B ) . Figure 1 is a
DIGITAL MAP AND COMPUTER DATABASE OF MAJOR ACTIVE FAULTS (AND
FOLDS), WESTERN HEMISPHERE M. N. ... CO 802.25 As part of the
International Lithosphere Program's (ILP) Project II-2 “World Map of Major Active Faults,” we ...
Author: World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (10, 1992, Madrid)Publish On: 1992
19-24 July 1992, Madrid, Spain World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (
10, 1992, Madrid) ... ISBN 90 54100605 Liquefaction zones predicted by the type
of stresses induced by the ends of fault segments Luis E . Vallejo Department of
Civil ... stresses influence the have found using LEFM theory that when strike
location of liquefaction near active faults . slip fault segments are mobilized by a
Author: World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (10, 1992, Madrid)
The San Andreas Fault in California is a classic and probably the most intensely
studied example . Geological ... In fact , many of the main known active faults in
the world have only been called to the attention of the profession in the last 10 ...
other subduction zones of the world . Ongoing studies are trying to determine if
this region has had large earthquakes in the geologic past . The recent discovery
of the active geomorphic features along the Meers Fault in Oklahoma has ...
Author: Geological Society of AmericaPublish On: 1975
25 km The close relationship between active faults and major shallow
earthquakes seems to be well accepted by ... close association between faults
and earthquakes may be that there is probably no country in the world where active faults are ...
Rupture of the earth's crust is , of course , an irreversible phenomenon , so that
no recurrence of earthquake in an exactly ... In the case of the San Andreas fault ,
which is one of the best - known active faults in the world , it is known that some ...
Author: Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale. Département de géologie et de minéralogiePublish On: 1993
Objectives : The aim of the general project is to identify the major active faults in
the World and map them at global and continental scales . An additional
objective of the Department is to stimulate and contribute in neotectonic studies
in that ...
Author: Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale. Département de géologie et de minéralogie
Active faults and related Late Quaternary deformation along the Northwestern
Himalayan Frontal Zone , India Javed N. ... is of prime importance in the
Himalayan region , one of the most seismically active intercontinental regions of
the world .
Author: New Zealand. Department of StatisticsPublish On: 1968
In New Zealand , tremors of this kind are experienced in the zone of active
volcanism that extends from Mount Ruapehu to White Island . In some places
geological faulting at the surface gives visible evidence that a major earth
movement has ...
Author: Seismological Observatory (N.Z.)Publish On: 1940
In some places geological faulting at the surface gives visible evidence that a
major earth movement has occurred . ... from Milford Sound to Lake Rotoiti and is
classed by geologists as one of the largest and most active faults in the world .
To identify traces of seismic impulses in strike - slip faults along most active faults
is found to be very difficult . ... to use indirect methods to discover zones and
areas of high concentrations of tectonic strain in vast volumes of the Earth's crust .
The parameters are presented of the database for active faults of Eurasia that has
been developed during implementation of the II –2 Project “ World map of major active faults ” of the International Lithosphere Program and applied in the ...
The dam is crossed by a ' major ' active fault with the likelihood of 3 m or more of
movement during the lifetime of the reservoir . It was designed and constructed in
the last few years by experienced engineers , with the approval of the California ...
Geological and seismological evidence have helped identify major active faults
in regions of high seismicity of the world . Notable examples of active strike - slip
faults are : the San Andreas ( about 1000 km long , extending from Salton Sea to
Author: International Lithosphere ProgramPublish On: 1988
to The first proposal discussed was Application of Space Geodesy Global
Seismic Hazards . This was ... The second proposal , The World Map of Active Faults , was first presented by V. G. Trifonov to WG - 1 in August , 1987 in
Author: Earthquake Engineering Research InstitutePublish On: 1984
REGULATING POTENTIAL SURFACE - FAULT - RUPTURE AREAS Many active fault zones underlie the Los Angeles region . The traces of these faults are likely
to be the sites of significant displacement during major earthquakes . It is difficult
Author: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
Each of the Volumes for the 1984 Conference Deals with One or More Topics Related to Earthquake Engineering.
Author: California. Division of Mines and GeologyPublish On: 1975
Geologic map - - shows distribution of geologic units ( if more than one ) , faults
and other structures , geomorphic features ... Recency of faulting ; A widely
applicable criterion for assessing the activity of faults : World conference on
These active fault structures represent a significant seismic hazard to a large
urban population , yet little is understood about these active tectonic structures or
about the hazard associated with these blind faults , because little has been done