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Earthquake and Volcano Deformation

ISBN-10: 0691133026
ISBN-13: 9780691133027
Edition: 2010
Authors: Paul Segall
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Book details

List price: $95.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 2/12/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 456
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.486

Paul Segall is professor of geophysics at Stanford University.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Origins
Deformation, Stress, and Conservation Laws
Strain
Strains in Curvilinear Coordinates
Rotation
Stress
Coordinate Transformations
Principal Strains and Stresses
Compatibility Equations
Conservation Laws
Equilibrium Equations in Curvilinear Coordinates
Constitutive Laws
Reciprocal Theorem
Problems
References
Dislocation Models of Strike-Slip Faults
Full-Space Solution
Half-Space Solution
Coseismic Faulting
Interseismic Deformation
Postseismic Slip
Distributed Slip
Application to the San Andreas and Other Strike-Slip Faults
Displacement at Depth
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Dip-Slip Faults and Dislocations in Three Dimensions
Volterra's Formula
Body Force Equivalents and Moment Tensors
Screw Dislocations
Two-Dimensional Edge Dislocations
Dipping Fault
Coseismic Deformation Associated with Dipping Faults
Displacements and Stresses Due to Edge Dislocation at Depth
Dislocations in Three Dimensions
Full-Space Green's Functions
Half-Space Green's Functions
Point-Source Dislocations
Finite Rectangular Dislocations
Examples
Distributed Slip
Strain Energy Change Due to Faulting
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Crack Models of Faults
Boundary Integral Method
Inversion of the Integral Equation
Displacement on the Earth's Surface
A Brief Introduction to Fracture Mechanics
Nonsingular Stress Distributions
Comparison of Slip Distributions and Surface Displacements
Boundary Element Methods
Fourier Transform Methods
Some Three-Dimensional Crack Results
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Elastic Heterogeneity
Long Strike-Slip Fault Bounding Two Media
Strike-Slip Fault within a Compliant Fault Zone
Strike-Slip Fault beneath a Layer
Strike-Slip within a Layer over Half-Space
Propagator Matrix Methods
The Propagator Matrix for Antiplane Deformation
Vertical Fault in a Homogeneous Half-Space
Vertical Fault within Half-Space beneath a Layer
Vertical Fault in Layer over Half-Space
General Solution for an Arbitrary Number of Layers
Displacements and Stresses at Depth
Propagator Methods for Plane Strain
Propagator Solutions in Three Dimensions
Approximate Solutions for Arbitrary Variations in Properties
Variations in Shear Modulus
Screw Dislocation
Edge Dislocation
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Postseismic Relaxation
Elastic Layer over Viscous Channel
Viscoelasticity
Correspondence Principle
Strike-Slip Fault in an Elastic Plate Overlying a Viscoelastic Half-Space
Stress in Plate and Half-Space
Strike-Slip Fault in Elastic Layer Overlying a Viscoelastic Channel
Dip-Slip Faulting
Examples
Three-Dimensional Calculations
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Volcano Deformation
Spherical Magma Chamber
Center of Dilatation
Volume of the Uplift, Magma Chamber, and Magma
Ellipsoidal Magma Chambers
Magmatic Pipes and Conduits
Dikes and Sills
Crack Models of Dikes and Sills
Surface Fracturing and Dike Intrusion
Other Magma Chamber Geometries
Viscoelastic Relaxation around Magma Chambers
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Topography and Earth Curvature
Scaling Considerations
Implementation Considerations
Center of Dilatation beneath a Volcano
Earth's Sphericity
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Gravitational Effects
Nondimensional Form of Equilibrium Equations
Inclusion in Propagator Matrix Formulation
Surface Gravity Approximation
Gravitational Effects in Viscoelastic Solutions
Incompressible Half-Space
No-Buoyancy Approximation
Wang Approach
Comparison of Different Viscoelastic Models
Relaxed Viscoelastic Response
Changes in Gravity Induced by Deformation
Gravity Changes and Volcano Deformation
An Example from Long Valley Caldera, California
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Poroelastic Effects
Constitutive Laws
Macroscopic Description
Micromechanical Description
Field Equations
Analogy to Thermoelasticity
One-Dimensional Deformation
Step Load on the Free Surface
Time-Varying Fluid Load on the Free Surface
Dislocations in Two Dimensions
Inflating Magma Chamber in a Poroelastic Half-Plane
Cumulative Poroelastic Deformation in Three Dimensions
Specified Pore Pressure Change
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Fault Friction
Slip-Weakening Friction
Velocity-Weakening Friction
Rate and State Friction
Linearized Stability Analysis
Implications for Earthquake Nucleation
Nonlinear Stability Analysis
Afterslip
Transient Slip Events
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Interseismic Deformation and Plate Boundary Cycle Models
Elastic Dislocation Models
Dip-Slip Faults
Plate Motions
Elastic Block Models
Viscoelastic Cycle Models
Viscoelastic Strike-Slip Earthquake Cycle Models
Comparison to Data from San Andreas Fault
Viscoelastic Models with Stress-Driven Deep-Fault Creep
Viscoelastic Cycle Models for Dipping Faults
Rate-State Friction Earthquake Cycle Models
Summary and Perspective
Problems
References
Integral Transforms
Fourier Transforms
Laplace Transforms
References
A Solution of the Diffusion Equation
Displacements Due to Crack Model of Strike-Slip Fault by Contour Integration
Index

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