Taiwan and Its Implications for Future Large Earthquakes " , Shyu Et Lutao-lanyu Domain

  • Al, J Geophys, Res
The bathymetry south of Taiwan is dominated by a prominent forearc ridge and forearc basin. This antiform/synform pair, the Hengchun Ridge and the Luzon Trough, strike roughly south-southeast, parallel to the trench and arc (Figure 1a). Bathymetric relief across these features is about 3 km, and together they span a forearc that is about 150 km wide. The… CONTINUE READING