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  • adjective Capable of causing earthquakes

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Examples

  • Observation and direct sampling of the seismogenic zone

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  • Observation and direct sampling of the seismogenic zone

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  • These data will be used to compile and integrate data on fault and sediment input properties from a number of subduction zones with a range of tectonic parameters and seismogenic behaviour.

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  • The Mandya-Channapatna-Bangalore lineament (a potential fault-line) is the "seismogenic source" for the city, and an earthquake of magnitude 5 on the Richter Scale was the most intense the region has seen.

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  • Migrating tremors illuminate complex deformation beneath the seismogenic San Andreas fault

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  • The authors of the study are confident that the results will make it possible to better identify the continental seismogenic sources affecting the Iberian Peninsula.

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  • Using borehole geophysical measurements in conjunction with laboratory studies, scientists study heat flow, stress, fluid pressure, and the mechanical behavior of fault-zone materials at seismogenic depths to yield improved models of the earthquake cycle.

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  • Using borehole geophysical measurements in conjunction with laboratory studies, scientists study heat flow, stress, fluid pressure, and the mechanical behavior of fault-zone materials at seismogenic depths to yield improved models of the earthquake cycle.

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  • No coseismic offset in the position of the glacier surface is observed; instead, modest tsunamis associated with the glacial earthquakes implicate glacier calving in the seismogenic process.

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  • Using borehole geophysical measurements in conjunction with laboratory studies, scientists study heat flow, stress, fluid pressure, and the mechanical behavior of fault-zone materials at seismogenic depths to yield improved models of the earthquake cycle.

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