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Investigation of thermal regime across the San Jacinto fault

Tien-Chang Lee

Investigation of thermal regime across the San Jacinto fault

[final report]

by Tien-Chang Lee

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Faults (Geology) -- California,
  • Thermal analysis

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTien-Chang Lee
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 80-1151, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-1151
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13606533M

    We investigate interseismic deformation across the San Jacinto fault at Anza, California where previous geodetic observations have indicated an anomalously high shear strain rate. We present an updated set of secular velocities from GPS and InSAR observations that reveal a km wide shear zone deforming at a rate that exceeds the background. Cambridge Core - Solid Earth Geophysics - Active Faults of the World - by Robert YeatsCited by:

      We investigate interseismic deformation across the San Jacinto fault at Anza, California where previous geodetic observations have indicated an anomalously high shear strain rate. We present an updated set of secular velocities from GPS and InSAR observations that reveal a 2–3 km wide shear zone deforming at a rate that exceeds the background Cited by: the vertical San Andreas fault model. We conclude that a north-dipping fault confi guration is preferred for models of the San Andreas fault in the SGPR. The complexity of the active fault geometry at the SGPR promotes the transfer of strike slip from the San Andreas fault to the nearby but unconnected San Jacinto fault.

    Initiation of the San Jacinto Fault and its Interaction with the San Andreas Fault: Insights from Geodynamic Modeling QINGSONG LI 1,2 and MIAN LIU 1 Abstract—The San Andreas Fault (SAF) is the Pacific-North American plate boundary, yet in southern California a significant portion of the relative plate motion is accommodated by the San Jacinto. the Anza section of the San Jacinto Fault [e.g., Smith-Konter et al., ; Lindsey et al., ]. The San Jacinto Fault (SJF) is historically the most seismically active fault in Southern California, with 9 major earthquakes (magnitude M 6–7) over the past years, in sharp contrast with the nearby quiescent Southern San Andreas Fault (SAF).


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Investigation of thermal regime across the San Jacinto fault by Tien-Chang Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Investigation of thermal regime across the San Jacinto fault: [final report]. [Tien-Chang Lee; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The San Jacinto Fault Zone (SJFZ) is a major strike-slip fault zone that runs through San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego, and Imperial Counties in Southern SJFZ is a component of the larger San Andreas transform system and is considered to be the most seismically active fault zone in the area.

Together they relieve the majority of the stress. San Jacinto fault, more active than San Andreas, could produce damaging quake sooner than thought. Faint movements, called tectonic tremors, may. Interaction of the san jacinto and san andreas fault zones, southern california: triggered earthquake migration and coupled recurrence intervals.

Sanders CO. Two lines of evidence suggest that large earthquakes that occur on either the San Jacinto fault zone (SJFZ) or the San Andreas fault zone (SAFZ) may be triggered by large earthquakes that Cited by: One method of data collection is to dissect a portion of ground across a known active fault, and catalogue, measure, and date the sediment left after each earthquake.

Rockwell and his team are searching for the paleoseismic history of the southern San. The San Jacinto Fault Zone is a series of faults that run through Southern is said to be a sister fault of the older, much more famous San Andreas cities that are directly on the fault zone include San Bernardino, San Jacinto, and fault could create a large earthquake that could greatly affect Greater Los Angeles.

GEO Significant EQs & Faults study guide by mrblipblop includes 18 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and.

Change in failure stress on the southern San Andreas fault system caused by the Magnitude= Landers earthquake 7/2/10 PM.

A geophysicist in California says the San Andreas fault could be triggered into rupturing by the smaller San Jacinto fault nearby, causing a single devastating earthquake. Such a “joint rupture. In this study we apply the refined stress inversion methodology to obtain a reliable high resolution information of stress parameters throughout the San Jacinto Fault Zone in Southern California.

In particular, we investigate potential stress changes along and across the fault and also through the seismogenic depth. SJF - San Jacinto Fault. Looking for abbreviations of SJF. It is San Jacinto Fault. San Jacinto Fault listed as SJF. San Jacinto Fault; San Jacinto Fault Zone; San Jacinto High Rollers; San Jacinto High School; San Jacinto Mall; San Jacinto Methodist Hospital; San.

The San Andreas Fault is a continental transform fault that extends roughly 1, kilometers ( mi) through California. It forms the tectonic boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate, and its motion is right-lateral strike-slip (horizontal).

The fault divides into three segments, each with different characteristics and a different degree of earthquake y: United States. Internal structure of the San Jacinto fault zone at Blackburn Canyon from a dense linear deployment across the fault Yehuda Ben-Zion, Pieter-Ewald Share, Amir A.

Allam, Fan-Chi Lin, & Frank L. Vernon Submitted August 5,SCEC Contribution #, SCEC Annual Meeting Poster # Between the Cajon and the San Jacinto fault lies the San Bernardino Valleyr In this valley thermal waters have been found in a number of wells drilled into the alluvium.

Har- lem Hot Springs and Urbita Hot Springs are examples; the temperature ranging from to 90 F. A view of Cajon Pass, where the San Andreas and San Jacinto fault lines run close together. According to a new study, a deadly earthquake that rocked Southern California two centuries ago was.

The San Jacinto fault zone is one of most active seismogenic zone in southern California. Ten earthquakes of magnitude 6 or larger are believed to have occurred since (Sanders and Kanamori,Li et al., ).

The most recent rupture in the San Jacinto fault zone was the M = Borrego Mountain earthquake of April 9, Micro Cited by: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL.NO. B12, PA, DECEM Thermal regime of the San Andreas fault near Parkfield, California.

The San Jacinto Fault (SJF) Zone is a seismically active, major component of the overall southern San Andreas Fault system.

Researchers from San Diego State University (SDSU) and U.S. Geological. small earthquakes occurring between and on the San Jacinto and Elsinore fault zones. Low shear velocities in the San Jacinto fault zone related to wear and gouge are persistently observed up to the depth of brittle–ductile transition zone (∼16km).

EARLY PLEISTOCENE INITIATION AND STRUCTURAL COMPLEXITIES OF THE SAN JACINTO AND SAN FELIPE FAULT ZONES, WESTERN SALTON TROUGH: PART II Susanne Janecke1, Becky Dorsey2, and Benjamin Belgarde1 1Utah State University and 2University of Oregon Contributors: D.

Forand, B. Housen, S. Kirby, V. Langenheim, A. Lutz, T. Rittenhour. The San Felipe fault accumulated between 4 and km (~ km preferred)of right slip on its central strands in the past – Ma at Yaqui and Pinyon ing the estimates of displacement with ages of fault initiation indicates alifetime geologic slip rate of +/− mm/yr across the San Jacinto fault zone(sum of Clark.San Jacinto Fault Zone in Southern California.

The San Jacinto fault zone (Fig. 1) is a complex zone of splaying and overlapping strike-slip fault segments, steps and bends, and associated zones of contractional and extensional deformation (e.g.

Sharp,; Dibblee, ; Sanders, ).Geophys. J. Int. ()– doi: /jXx GJI Seismology Imaging the deep structure of the San Andreas Fault south of Hollister with joint analysis of fault zone head and direct P arrivals M.