Postseismic relaxation and transient creep

@inproceedings{Savage2005PostseismicRA,
  title={Postseismic relaxation and transient creep},
  author={James C. Savage and Jerry L. Svarc and Shui-Beih Yu},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Postseismic deformation has been observed in the epicentral area following the 1992 Landers (M = 7.3), 1999 Chi-Chi (M = 7.6), 1999 Hector Mine (M = 7.1), 2002 Denali (M = 7.9), 2003 San Simeon (M = 6.5), and 2004 Parkfield (M = 6.0) earthquakes. The observations consist of repeated GPS measurements of the position of one monument relative to another (separation ∼100 km). The early observations (t < 0.1 year) are well fit by the function a′ + c′log(t), where t is the time after the… CONTINUE READING

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