Modelscarp Inversion: Transdimensional inversion of in situ 36Cl cosmogenic nuclide on limestone fault scarps to retrieve seismic history

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TESSON J.; BENEDETTI L.;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1464899
  • Subject: Biotechnology | Developmental Biology | Medicine | 36Cl, cosmogenic, tectonic, earthquake, fault-plane | Computational Biology
    • FOR: 111714 Mental Health | 59999 Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified

<p>Constraining the past seismic activity and the slip-rates of faults over several millennials is crucial for seismic hazard assessment. Chlorine 36 (36Cl) in situ produced cosmogenic nuclide is increasingly used to retrieve past earthquakes histories on seismically ex... View more
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