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Spatiotemporal Variation of Crustal Anisotropy in the Source Area of the 2004 Niigata, Japan Earthquake
Cao, Lingmin1; Kao, Honn2; Wang, Kelin2; Chen, Chuanxu3; Mori, Jim4; Ohmi, Shiro4; Gao, Yuan5
2019
Source PublicationBULLETIN OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
ISSN0037-1106
Volume109Issue:4Pages:1331
AbstractWe investigate the spatiotemporal pattern of crustal anisotropy in the source area of the 2004 Niigata earthquake (M 6.8) that occurred in the northern segment of the Niigata-Kobe tectonic zone, central Japan, by measuring shear-wave splitting parameters from waveform data of local earthquakes. Our results show that the fast polarization directions in the upper crust have spatial variations across the region of the earthquake that are likely caused by both structural and stress field effects. The northwest-southeast direction near the northeastern end of the source zone (beneath station N.NGOH) and the east-west direction to the southwest (beneath station N.KWNH) are consistent with the spatial variation of the orientation of the maximum compression of the local stress field. Fast polarization directions at other stations tend to align in the directions of active faults and folds and thus are considered to be structure induced. These spatial patterns were unaffected by the earthquake. However, at two stations (N.NGOH and N.KWNH) we observe an increase in both the average and scatter of the normalized delay times (delta t) during the aftershock period. In addition, two stations (HIROKA and N.YNTH) that are located in the strike-normal direction east of the source area show an increase in the average of the normalized delta t and a rotation of up to 90 degrees of the fast direction immediately after the mainshock. We also notice that stations located very close to the source fault (DP.YMK and DP.OJK) show larger average delay times compared with stations farther away (HIROKA and N.YNTH) during the postseismic stage. To explain the temporal changes in the strength of the anisotropy, we speculate that spatiotemporal variations in microcrack development in and around the source area could be caused by static stress changes due to tectonic deformation and the earthquake rupture.
DepartmentOMG
DOI10.1785/0120180195
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/17941
Collection中科院边缘海地质重点实验室
Affiliation1.Southern Marine Sci & Engn Guangdong Lab Guangzho, Guangzhou, Guangdong, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanol, CAS Key Lab Ocean & Marginal Sea Geol, 164 West Xingang Rd, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China
3.Geol Survey Canada, Nat Resources Canada, Pacific Geosci Ctr, 9860 West Saanich Rd, Sidney, BC V8L 4B2, Canada
4.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Deep Sea Sci & Engn, Luhuitou 28, Jiyang Dist 572000, Sanya, Peoples R China
5.Kyoto Univ, Disaster Prevent Res Inst, Uji, Kyoto 6110011, Japan
6.China Earthquake Adm, Inst Earthquake Forecasting, 63 Fuxing Rd, Beijing 100036, Peoples R China
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Cao, Lingmin,Kao, Honn,Wang, Kelin,et al. Spatiotemporal Variation of Crustal Anisotropy in the Source Area of the 2004 Niigata, Japan Earthquake[J]. BULLETIN OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA,2019,109(4):1331, 1342.
APA Cao, Lingmin.,Kao, Honn.,Wang, Kelin.,Chen, Chuanxu.,Mori, Jim.,...&Gao, Yuan.(2019).Spatiotemporal Variation of Crustal Anisotropy in the Source Area of the 2004 Niigata, Japan Earthquake.BULLETIN OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA,109(4),1331.
MLA Cao, Lingmin,et al."Spatiotemporal Variation of Crustal Anisotropy in the Source Area of the 2004 Niigata, Japan Earthquake".BULLETIN OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA 109.4(2019):1331.
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