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MARGINS Theoretical Institute
The Seismogenic Zone Revisited


IMPORTANT! These presentations can freely be downloaded for personal use. However, if you plan on any use except for your own viewing, including extracting illustrations, you must first contact the presenter and obtain permission. Each presenter's name below is also an e-mail link.

Nathan Bangs Evolution of physical properties of the Nankai plate-boundary thrust from the trench into the seismogenic zone HTML PP (59 MB) QT (3.6 MB)
Nick Beeler Rock mechanics observations of faulting: the relationship between fault strength and seismic deformation HTML PP (5 MB) QT
Barbara Bekins Investigating the Role of Fluids in the Seismogenic Zone HTML PDF (750 kB) QT (2 MB)
Susan Bilek Control of Seafloor Roughness on Earthquake Rupture Behavior: Costa Rica HTML PP (5 MB) QT (0.7 MB)
Kevin Brown Flux meter and OBS study HTML PP (12 MB) QT (4.1 MB)
Jeff Freymueller The Seismogenic Zone Along the Alaska-Aleutian Trench HTML PP (27.4 MB) QT (38.3 MB)
Kosuke Heki Secular, Transient and Periodic Crustal Movements in Japanese Subduction Zones, and Dynamics Underlying Them HTML PP (6 MB) QT (10 MB)
Hiroo Kanamori Seismic and Aseismic Slip at Subduction Zones HTML PP (35 MB) QT (1.5 MB)
Jonas Kley Controls on deformation of the Central Andes: Changing subduction parameters or upper plate inhomogeneities? HTML PP (28 MB) QT (2.7 MB)
Chris Marone Fault Friction and the Transition From Seismic to Aseismic Faulting HTML PP (12.5 MB) QT (38.2 MB)
Francesca Meneghini The Nature of Seismogenic Thrusts in Sediment Starved Accretionary Prisms: the Rodeo Cove Thrust Zone, Marin Headlands, California
Christie Rowe, Eric Thompson, J. Casey Moore Contrasts in Faulting and Veining Across the Aseismic to Seismic Transition in a Sediment-Rich Accretionary Prism, Kodiak Islands, Alaska
Demian Saffer Permeability: An Overlooked Control on the Strength of Subduction Megathrusts? HTML PP (12.9 MB) QT (12.8 MB)
Tetsuzo Seno Seismic coupling, down-dip limit of the seismogenic zone, and dehydration of the slab HTML PP (8.9 MB) QT (11.3 MB)
Roland von Huene Costa Rica Seismogenesis Project HTML PP (1.9 MB) QT (2.1 MB)
Kelin Wang Stress and Strain in Subduction Earthquake "Cycles" HTML PP (83 MB) QT (14.3 MB)

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Last updated Monday, January 31, 2005