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TSUJAL project and marine survey: crustal characterization of the Rivera Plate-Jalisco Block Boundary and its implications for seismic and tsunami Hazard assessment

Otros títulosProyecto y campaña marina TSUJAL: caracterización del peligro sísmico y tsunamigénico asociado a la estructura cortical del contacto Placa de Rivera-Bloque de Jalisco
AutorBartolomé, Rafael ; Dañobeitia, Juan José ; Alonso Martín, José Luis ; Cameselle, Alejandra L. ; Castellón, Arturo ; Estrada, Ferran ; Farran, Marcel-lí ; Perea, Héctor; Prada, Manel ; TSUJAL Working Group
Palabras claveMultichannel seismic
Wide-angle seismics
West margin of Mexico
Seismic hazard assessment
Fecha de publicación2014
CitaciónUna aproximación multidisciplinar al estudio de las fallas activas, los terremotos y el riesgo sísmico: 117-120 (2014)
ResumenDuring the spring of 2014, scientists onboard the RSS James Cook explored the western margin of Mexico through a dense geophysical sampling of the plates. Data obtained during the oceanographic survey images the crustal transition from an active margin where the Rivera Plate subducts beneath the North American plate, a process that has been taking place since Middle Miocene (10 Ma), to the rifting zone in the Gulf of California. The tectonic processes occur in a geological setting of high seismicity, where earthquakes M= 8.2 have taken place and where a high probability of tsunami generation exists. From a tectonic point of view, this is a complex region where several plates interact with accretionary processes in the East Pacific Rise, subduction processes occurs in the Middle American Trench and an important segmentation of extensional faults exists in the mouth of the Gulf of California. The new TSUJAL seismic images and models recently obtained unravel the geometry and morphology of faults and mass wasting, possible sources of seismic and tsunami events, as well as the crustal structure in the different domains of the Mexican margin
DescripciónBartolomé, Rafael ... et. al.-- Resúmenes de la Segunda Reunión Ibérica sobre Fallas Activas y Paleosismología Iberfault 2014, 22-24 de octubre de 2014, Lorca, España.-- 4 pages, 3 figures, 1 table
Versión del editorhttp://www.iberfault.org/index.php/es/
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/113743
Identificadoresisbn: 978-84-617-2049-1
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