Seismic reflection evidence for a northeast-dipping Hayward fault near Fremont, California: Implications for seismic hazard

@article{Williams2005SeismicRE,
  title={Seismic reflection evidence for a northeast-dipping Hayward fault near Fremont, California: Implications for seismic hazard},
  author={Robert A. Williams and R. Wallace Simpson and Robert C. Jachens and William Stephenson and Jack K. Odum and David A. Ponce},
  journal={Geophysical Research Letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={1-4}
}
  • Robert A. Williams, R. Wallace Simpson, +3 authors David A. Ponce
  • Published 2005
  • Geology
  • Geophysical Research Letters
  • [1] A 1.6-km-long seismic reflection profile across the creeping trace of the southern Hayward fault near Fremont, California, images the fault to a depth of 650 m. Reflector truncations define a fault dip of about 70 degrees east in the 100 to 650 m depth range that projects upward to the creeping surface trace, and is inconsistent with a nearly vertical fault in this vicinity as previously believed. This fault projects to the Mission seismicity trend located at 4–10 km depth about 2 km east… CONTINUE READING

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