Slip rates on the Chelungpu and Chushiang thrust faults inferred from a deformed strath terrace along the Dungpuna river , west-central Taiwan

Abstract

The Chelungpu fault produced the September 1999 Mw=7.6 ChiChi earthquake, central Taiwan. The shortening rate accommodated by this structure, integrated over several seismic cycles, as well as its contribution to crustal shortening across the Taiwanese range has remained unresolved. To address this issue, we focus our study on the Chelungpu and Chushiang… (More)

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