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(a) Map view of the Xianshuihe and <b>Anninghe</b> <b>fault</b> surfaces with the differe...
Published: 01 March 2017
Figure 7. (a) Map view of the Xianshuihe and Anninghe fault surfaces with the different clusters of hypocenters used in the modeling (hypocenter locations from the China Seismologic Network and Zhu et al. , 2005 ). (b) 3D view of the modeled faults showing the focal mechanisms used
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Parameters for the Xianshuihe and <b>Anninghe</b> <b>Faults</b>                 Geometric...
Published: 12 April 2016
Table 2 Parameters for the Xianshuihe and Anninghe Faults Geometric Parameters Mechanical Parameters Fault Name Strike Dip ρ kg/m 3 V P (m/s) V S (m/s) c (MPa) Xianshuihe 330° 90° 2500 900 500 0.43 0.15 Anninghe 330° 80° 2500 900
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Parameters for the Xianshuihe and <b>Anninghe</b> <b>Faults</b>                 Geometric...
Published: 12 April 2016
Table 2 Parameters for the Xianshuihe and Anninghe Faults Geometric Parameters Mechanical Parameters Fault Name Strike Dip ρ kg/m 3 V P (m/s) V S (m/s) c (MPa) Xianshuihe 330° 90° 2500 900 500 0.43 0.15 Anninghe 330° 80° 2500 900
Journal Article
Published: 15 May 2017
Journal of the Geological Society (2017) 174 (5): 883-891.
..., bounded by the Anninghe and Zemuhe faults in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Cooling ages vary from c. 5 to c. 13 Ma from the bottom to the top of a vertical profile. The age–elevation relationship can be interpreted as either (1) a phase of river incision at a rate of c. 0.16 km Ma −1 from c. 13 to c...
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Journal Article
Published: 09 January 2018
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2018) 108 (1): 101-115.
... with historical earthquakes are needed. Here, we reevaluate surface ruptures produced by the A.D. 1850 Xichang earthquake to determine the coseismic rupture length and slip distribution at an extensional fault bend of about 30°. The fault bend is located at the intersection between the Anninghe fault (ANHF...
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Journal Article
Published: 03 April 2019
Seismological Research Letters (2019) 90 (3): 1318-1329.
... using traditional methods. The low β values in the northern segment of the Anninghe fault and in the Daliangshan fault may indicate a higher stress accumulation in these regions. This new data‐driven and nonparametric calculation method for the OK1993 model can provide estimations of seismicity...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2017
Seismological Research Letters (2017) 88 (3): 831-839.
...Figure 7. (a) Map view of the Xianshuihe and Anninghe fault surfaces with the different clusters of hypocenters used in the modeling (hypocenter locations from the China Seismologic Network and Zhu et al. , 2005 ). (b) 3D view of the modeled faults showing the focal mechanisms used...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 12 September 2017
GSA Bulletin (2018) 130 (3-4): 396-410.
...—Gongga Shan, ZF—Zhongdian fault, AHF—Anninghe fault, DF—Daliangshan fault. (C) DEM of the Yushu/Batang faults and Ganzi fault region, with active faults in red and main rivers in blue. Yellow stars show locations of the three study sites (Zhuqing [ZDG], Manigango [MGT], and Ganzi [GZ...
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<b>Fault</b> distributions around the Xichang <b>fault</b> bend, which has an angle of ab...
Published: 09 January 2018
the advanced spaceborne thermal emission and reflection radiometer global digital elevation model (see Data and Resources ). ANHF, Anninghe fault; ZMHF, Zemuhe fault; DLSF, Daliangshan fault; XJF, Xiaojiang fault; XSHF, Xianshuihe fault; HHF, Honghe fault.The color version of this figure is available only
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.1144/SP290.2
EISBN: 9781862395381
... Abstract Restraining- and releasing bends with similar morphology and structure have been described by many previous studies of strike-slip faults in a variety of active and ancient tectonic settings. Despite the documentation of at least 49 restraining and 144 releasing bends along active...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 March 2008
GSA Bulletin (2008) 120 (3-4): 312-327.
..., the Xianshuihe, the Anninghe-Zemuhe, and the Xiaojiang faults ( Allen et al., 1991 ; Wang and Burchfiel, 2000 ). The most prominent geomorphic evidence for the left-lateral movement along the fault system is present at the Ganzi fault, along which the Jinsha River is deflected and a large granite batholith...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2015
Seismological Research Letters (2015) 86 (3): 764-774.
... of the Tibetan plateau. The white arrows show the Global Positioning System ( GPS ) velocity field of the Sichuan and Yunnan region with respect to the South China reference frame (modified from Zhang, 2013 ). ANHF, Anninghe fault; ZMHF, Zemuhe fault; DLSF, Daliangshan fault; and DBPF, Dien Bien Phu fault...
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Journal Article
Published: 18 February 2014
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2014) 104 (2): 898-912.
..., the Xianshuihe fault extends from the west of Zhuwo to Kangding in the south, where it connects with the Anninghe fault (Fig.  1 ). Geologic and seismological studies revealed that the dominant motion along the Xianshuihe fault is left lateral. Historic records showed that many strong earthquakes have occurred...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 June 2016
Geosphere (2016) 12 (3): 948-970.
... part of the batholith and adjacent to the eastern margin of the batholith at Kangding, where they are cut by the left-lateral Xianshui-he fault. The Xianshui-he fault is the most seismically active strike-slip fault in Tibet and is thought to record the eastward extrusion of the central part...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2011
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2011) 101 (6): 2755-2764.
... and the coseismic seismic surface ruptures associated with the 2010 event. (a) Index map showing the major active faults of northern Tibet. ATF , Altyn Tagh fault; HYF , Haiyuan fault; KLF , Kunlun fault; GZ–YSF , Ganzi–Yushu fault zone; LMSTB , Longmenshan thrust belt; AN–XJF , Anninghe–Xiaojiang fault; BHB...
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Estimated moment balance on <b>fault</b> segments (numbers, in 10 19   N·m&#x2F;year) a...
Published: 01 January 2014
balance before the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. On the Xianshuihe fault (XSHF) and Anninghe fault (ANHF), high rates of moment accumulation are relieved by frequent large earthquakes, leaving relatively low moment deficit. The Longmenshan fault (LMSF), in contrast, had accumulated sufficient moment
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The Xianshuihe <b>fault</b> system in the frame of the India-Asia collision zone. ...
Published: 12 September 2017
—Gongga Shan, ZF—Zhongdian fault, AHF—Anninghe fault, DF—Daliangshan fault. (C) DEM of the Yushu/Batang faults and Ganzi fault region, with active faults in red and main rivers in blue. Yellow stars show locations of the three study sites (Zhuqing [ZDG], Manigango [MGT], and Ganzi [GZ
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Figure 1. Regional tectonic map shows the trace of Xianshuihe <b>fault</b> system ...
Published: 01 March 2008
—Haiyuan Fault; KLF—Kunlun Fault; KF—Karakorum Fault; LMS—Longmen Shan thrust fault; RRF—Red River Fault; FF—Fenghuoshan thrust fault; SF—Sagaing fault; GzF—Ganzi Fault; XsF—Xianshuihe Fault; AzF—Anninghe-Zemuhe Fault; XjF—Xiaojiang Fault; JhF—Jinghe thrust fault. The box shows the location of Figure 2 .
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Index maps of the study area, showing the location of the Ganzi–Yushu <b>fault</b>...
Published: 01 December 2011
; GZ–YSF , Ganzi–Yushu fault zone; LMSTB , Longmenshan thrust belt; AN–XJF , Anninghe–Xiaojiang fault; BHB , Bayan Har Block. Large arrow indicates the motion of the Indian Plate relative to the Eurasia Plate. (b) Map showing the location of the Ganzi–Yushu fault zone and coseismic surface ruptures
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<b>Fault</b> systems in the region of interest are identified by bold lines with a...
Published: 01 November 2010
Figure 1. Fault systems in the region of interest are identified by bold lines with a number (modified from Wang et al. , 2007 ): 1, Longmen Shan; 2, Xianshuihe; 3, Anninghe; 4, Garze–Litang; 5, Jinshajiang; 6, Xiangcheng; 7, Longriba. Rivers are indicated by thin lines: a, Jinshajiang; b