Three-dimensional plate boundary structure in the San Francisco Bay Region: implications for the earthquake cycle
Pennsylvania State University - Nature - 14 pages
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27th IASPEI 29th Int 3-D ﬁnite element 3-D plate boundary abst Abstract vol AGU Abstract supplement American Plate Boundary Andreas fault system Andreas plate boundary BASDK beneath San Francisco beneath the East California complex 3-D structure continental transform Crustal Seismic Tomography crustal structure deformation detailed 3-D East Bay faults emplacement EOS trans AGU ﬁnite element modeling ﬂexural Flexural modeling Franciscan Francisco Bay area Francisco Bay Basin Francisco Bay region heterogeneity history of faults K.P. Furlong Klemperer lithospheric kinematics McEvilly middle crust modeling indicates Paciﬁc plate Pennsylvania State University plate boundary geometry plate boundary structure plate kinematics Prims region during simulated rheology S.F. Bay region S.F. Peninsula Salinian block San Andreas fault San Andreas plate San Francisco Bay Seismic Imaging simulated Earthquake cycles strain Stress buildup stress response strike slip Subsidence History supp Tectonic Tectonophysics terrane Thermal-rheologic evolution Three-dimensional tomographic study transform boundaries transform plate boundaries Triple Junction upper mantle Verdonck