ESAA Project 18151089

Using cosmogenic isotopes to estimate rates of fault growth

To examine how fault growth, earthquake recurrence and climate change combine to create the active geomorphology in central Otago (New Zealand). Geomorphological features related to active fault growth will be dated using in-situ-produced 10Be in a region where a pilot study has already demonstrated that this approach works.

Author(s) :
Jackson, Dr J A

Keywords :
Natural hazards, Tectonics

Principal Investigator :
Jackson, Dr J A
Bullard Laboratories
University of Cambridge

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