Earthquakes: Caught in the Act
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Faults break under the stress of plate tectonic forces, but the processes immediately preceding rupture are enigmatic. Monitoring of a remote oceanic fault that breaks regularly indicates that rupture is controlled by physical properties of the fault zone.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Nature Geoscience, v. 5, p. 307-309
Scholar Commons Citation
Braunmiller, Jochen, "Earthquakes: Caught in the Act" (2012). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 795.