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Authors: Crampin, S.*
Gao, Y.*
De Santis, A.*
Title: A few earthquake conundrums resolved
Title of journal: Journal of Asian earth sciences
Series/Report no.: / 62 (2013)
Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited
Issue Date: 30-Jan-2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2012.10.036
Keywords: Conundrums resolved
Monitoring stress changes
Seismic anisotropy
Shear-wave splitting
Stress-accumulation
Stress-relaxation
Abstract: Several fundamental questions (conundrums) about earthquakes and rocks are inexplicable in terms of conventional sub-critical geophysics. These questions have become so familiar that they are now generally accepted as the way earthquakes and rocks behave and are not recognised as presenting conceptual difficulties. These conundrums are resolved by a new understanding of fluid-rock deformation, where fluid-saturated microcracks in almost all rocks are so closely-spaced they verge on failure and hence are highly-compliant critical-systems which impose a range of new properties on conventional sub-critical geophysics. This new understanding of fluid-rock deformation, this New Geophysics, allows earthquakes to be stress-forecast, and has implications and applications to many solid Earth developments.
Appears in Collections:04.06.99. General or miscellaneous
04.06.03. Earthquake source and dynamics
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