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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2021
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2021) 62 (03): 278–290.
... (described from the SE end) of dense rupture clusters with distinct patterns ( Fig. 2 ). Fig. 2. Map of surface rupture caused by Chuya earthquake of 2003. Red boxes frame areas of Figs. 3 – 6 ; black lines show primary rupture; asterisks mark deepest soil subsidence. The Irbistu-Elangash...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2017
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2017) 58 (1): 123–132.
... of the Chuya basin. New information on the structure of the Chagan River valley located in the zone of the disastrous 27 September 2003 Chuya earthquake has been obtained from the results of these methods. Geoelectric cross-sections of the sedimentary sequence and the upper part of the basement were obtained...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2013
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2013) 54 (1): 87–95.
...E.V. Leskova; A.A. Emanov Abstract Local tectonic stress field have been calculated based on aftershock focal mechanisms using materials of epicentral studies with temporary networks of stations in the epicentral area of the 2003 Chuya earthquake. The originality of this work is that the stress...
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Map of surface rupture caused by <b>Chuya</b> <b>earthquake</b> of <b>2003</b>. Red boxes frame ...
Published: 01 March 2021
Fig. 2. Map of surface rupture caused by Chuya earthquake of 2003. Red boxes frame areas of Figs. 3 – 6 ; black lines show primary rupture; asterisks mark deepest soil subsidence.
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Main shock and aftershocks of <b>2003</b> <b>Chuya</b> <b>earthquake</b> (located using HYPOINVE...
Published: 01 November 2008
Fig. 3. Main shock and aftershocks of 2003 Chuya earthquake (located using HYPOINVERSE-2000 inversion with a layered velocity model) and related surface rupture. 1 — main shock, 27.09; 11:33, M s = 7.3; 2 , 3 — large aftershocks: 2 — 27.09; 18:52, M s = 6.4; 3 — 01.01; 10:03
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Focal mechanisms of large aftershocks of <b>2003</b> <b>Chuya</b> <b>earthquake</b> (located fro...
Published: 01 November 2008
Fig. 4. Focal mechanisms of large aftershocks of 2003 Chuya earthquake (located from DD tomography). 1 — aftershocks of 2003 Chuya earthquake (located from DD tomography); 2 — events for which focal mechanisms were obtained (with dates and time of origin, depth in km (Z), and magnitudes); 3
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Hypocenters of aftershocks of <b>2003</b> <b>Chuya</b> <b>earthquake</b> along southwestern side...
Published: 01 November 2008
Fig. 5. Hypocenters of aftershocks of 2003 Chuya earthquake along southwestern side of Kurai basin projected onto plane of profile C-D ( Fig. 2 ). Hypocenter locations are according to DD tomography.
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Largest landslide triggered by  M  = 7.5 <b>Chuya</b> <b>earthquake</b> of <b>2003</b>.
Published: 07 February 2008
Fig. 1. Largest landslide triggered by M = 7.5 Chuya earthquake of 2003.
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2008
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2008) 98 (6): 2849–2865.
...Catherine Dorbath; Jérôme Van der Woerd; Sergei S. Arefiev; Eugene A. Rogozhin; Janna Y. Aptekman Abstract The M w 7.2 Altay (Chuya) earthquake of 27 September 2003 that occurred in Gorny Altay (southern Siberia, Russia) is the first event of this magnitude to occur in the region in historical time...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2008
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2008) 49 (11): 859–867.
...Fig. 3. Main shock and aftershocks of 2003 Chuya earthquake (located using HYPOINVERSE-2000 inversion with a layered velocity model) and related surface rupture. 1 — main shock, 27.09; 11:33, M s = 7.3; 2 , 3 — large aftershocks: 2 — 27.09; 18:52, M s = 6.4; 3 — 01.01; 10:03...
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Journal Article
Published: 07 February 2008
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2008) 49 (2): 144–151.
...Fig. 1. Largest landslide triggered by M = 7.5 Chuya earthquake of 2003. ...
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Seismotectonic map of epicentral area. Main surface rupture (bold red lines...
Published: 01 December 2008
Figure 3. Seismotectonic map of epicentral area. Main surface rupture (bold red lines) of the 2003 Gorny Altay earthquake follows the northern edge of the Chuya range along the North Chuya fault ( NCF ). The Chuya and Kurai basins filled with Tertiary sediments are limited north and south
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2021
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2021) 62 (2): 255–262.
... is reconstructed by quadratic interpolation. The precise data corrected for secular variation of the main field reveal previously hidden tectonomagnetic anomalies up to 12 nT. The 3 nT positive anomaly falls within the zone of surface deformation caused by the M w = 7.3 Chuya earthquake of 27 September 2003...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2014
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2014) 55 (3): 376–389.
... 2011 ( M = 6.1) and 27 December 2011 (M = 6.7) in Tuva and West Sayan. The results of GPS determinations for postseismic displacements in the Chuya earthquake zone (Gorny Altai, 27 September 2003, M = 7.5) are analyzed; models for the geologic medium are selected; and its effective viscosity...
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Prehistoric <b>earthquake</b>-induced surface displacement in epicentral area of C...
Published: 07 February 2008
Fig. 3. Prehistoric earthquake-induced surface displacement in epicentral area of Chuya earthquake of 2003, after ( Agatova et al., 2006 ). 1 — prehistoric failure as rockfalls, debris flows, and landslides with their detachment surfaces ( a ) and landslide associated with Chuya event ( b ); 2
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Reduced effective pressure  p  *  / τ  f  :  1 , epicenters of strong earth...
Published: 01 February 2013
Fig. 7. Reduced effective pressure p * / τ f : 1 , epicenters of strong earthquakes with magnitudes greater than 5; 2 , location of the Chuya earthquake of 2003; 3 , location of the 27.12.2011 and 26.02.2012 Tuva earthquakes.
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Linearly arranged permafrost mounds near the inferred fault in the Chagan R...
Published: 01 January 2017
Fig. 6. Linearly arranged permafrost mounds near the inferred fault in the Chagan River floodplain formed after the 2003 Chuya earthquake.
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<b>Chuya</b> <b>earthquake</b> and its largest aftershocks (Ms &amp;gt; 2) for the period of ...
Published: 01 January 2013
Fig. 1. Chuya earthquake and its largest aftershocks (Ms > 2) for the period of 2003–2009. 1, epicenters of earthquakes with the corresponding magnitude; 2, block-separating faults.Focal mechanisms for aftershocks with Ms >—4.5 (in the projection of the lower hemisphere).
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Trees growing on the talus and rockfall bodies, which were seriously injure...
Published: 01 September 2014
Fig. 3. Trees growing on the talus and rockfall bodies, which were seriously injured during rockfalls. A , Trees injured during the 2003 Chuya earthquake; B , trees with paleoinjuries.
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Location map of instrumental seismicity (1963–<b>2003</b>) in Altai–Sayan folded a...
Published: 01 October 2012
Fig. 1. Location map of instrumental seismicity (1963–2003) in Altai–Sayan folded area. 1–5, basins: Busiyngol (1), Belin (2), Kurai (3), Chuya (4), Uureg Nuur (5). 1 , large earthquakes (1963–2003); 2 , M < 5.0 ( K < 13) earthquakes; 3 , faults (GIN, Moscow); 4 , limits of Altai