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Soil partition coefficients for cd by column desorption and comparison to batch adsorption measurements.
Desorption of metals from contaminated soils is the initial step in a transport pathway that may ultimately result in contamination of groundwater. Because partition coefficients can be obtainedExpand
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A short-time diffusion correlation for hydrogen-induced crack growth kinetics
Analysis of hydrogen-stress field interactions have led to kinetic criteria for slow crack growth. Using both elastic and plastic stress fields under opening-mode loading, criteria for stage I, II,Expand
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Temporal-Spatial Rupture Process of the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake from IRIS and GEOSCOPE Long-Period Waveform Data Using Aftershocks as Empirical Green's Functions
A large earthquake ( M w 7.6) occurred near Chi-Chi, Taiwan, on 20 September 1999 (UTC) and was followed by many moderate-size aftershocks in the following days. The two largest aftershocks withExpand
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Hydrogen-controlled cracking—An approach to threshold stress intensity
Threshold stress intensities, KTH, below which no cracking will occur under stress-corrosion cracking or hydrogen-assisted cracking conditions, are discussed. A quantitative correlation, whichExpand
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Static shear crack with a zone of slip-weakening
Summary. As a prologue to our investigation of the nature of sequences of earthquake events, we investigate the problem of a finite, 2-D, antiplane, static shear crack for two different models ofExpand
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A time‐domain inversion technique for the tempo‐spatial distribution of slip on a finite fault plane with applications to recent large earthquakes in the Tibetan Plateau
A time-domain inversion technique is proposed to invert for the tempo-spatial distribution of slip on an earthquake fault plane. This technique is based on the idea that a finite fault plane can beExpand
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A search for subkilometer-sized ordinary chondrite like asteroids in the main-belt
The size-dependent effects of asteroids on surface regolith and collisional lifetimes suggest that small asteroids are younger than large asteroids. In this study, we performed multicolor main-beltExpand
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Spontaneous growth and autonomous contraction of a two-dimensional earthquake fault
Abstract We numerically study a model of an earthquake as a spontaneous rupture on a fault. We assume that a two-dimensional antiplane shear crack initiates at a point in an infinite, homogeneous andExpand
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Pan-STARRS 1 observations of the unusual active Centaur P/2011 S1(Gibbs).
P/2011 S1 (Gibbs) is an outer solar system comet or active Centaur with a similar orbit to that of the famous 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1. P/2011 S1 (Gibbs) has been observed by the Pan-STARRS 1 (PS1)Expand
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