Geological and macroseismic effects of the Muya, 1957 earthquake and palaeoearthquakes in Baikal region View Full Text


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2010-03

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R. E. Tatevossian, N. G. Mokrushina, A. N. Ovsyuchenko, T. N. Tatevossian

ABSTRACT

Intensity of the Muya, 1957 earthquake is assessed in localities based on macroseismic data and in epicentral area based on effects in natural environment; it is analyzed how these assessments correspond to each other and to instrumental location of epicenter, hypocentral depth, and magnitude; it is evaluated, how seismodislocations of the Muya earthquake could serve as control of palaeoseismostructure parameters in this region. Spatial distribution of macroseismic effect confirms relatively deep source (20–22 km). Deep source agrees with anomalously short surface rupture length (not more than 25 km); only a part of the source exposed on the surface. Comparison with length of palaeoseismostructures shows that it is a regional feature. Epicentral intensity based on surface ruptures is assed X degrees in ESI2007 scale. Ignoring geological effects will underestimate epicentral intensity up to two degrees. Source mechanism with three sub-sources is in agreement with segmentation of surface ruptures. Sub-sources are of strike-slip type with small normal component; essential normal slip at surface is probably not representative for the source and is due to accommodation of strike-slip movement along with a system of sub-parallel en echelon ruptures under tension. More... »

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152-176

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