Slip Triggered on Southern California Faults by the 1992 Joshua Tree , Landers , and Big Bear Earthquakes 807 of about 12 hr

@inproceedings{Bodin2005SlipTO,
  title={Slip Triggered on Southern California Faults by the 1992 Joshua Tree , Landers , and Big Bear Earthquakes 807 of about 12 hr},
  author={Paul Bodin},
  year={2005}
}
Five out of six functioning creepmeters on southern California faults recorded slip triggered at the time of some or all of the three largest events of the 1992 Landers earthquake sequence. Digital creep data indicate that dextral slip was triggered within 1 min of each mainshock and that maximum slip velocities occurred 2 to 3 min later. The duration of triggered slip events ranged from a few hours to several weeks. We note that triggered slip occurs commonly on faults that exhibit fault creep… CONTINUE READING

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