Spatial variations in fault friction related to lithology from rupture and afterslip of the 2014 South Napa, California, earthquake

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Following earthquakes, faults are often observed to continue slipping aseismically. It has been proposed that this afterslip occurs on parts of the fault with rate-strengthening friction that are stressed by the main shock, but our understanding has been limited by a lack of immediate, high-resolution observations. Here we show that the behavior of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Floyd2016SpatialVI, title={Spatial variations in fault friction related to lithology from rupture and afterslip of the 2014 South Napa, California, earthquake}, author={Michael A. Floyd and Richard Walters and John R. Elliott and Gareth J. Funning and J. Svarc and Jessica R. Murray and Andy J. Hooper and Yngvar Larsen and Petar Marinkovic and Roland B{\"u}rgmann and Ingrid A. Johanson and Tim J. Wright}, year={2016} }