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New papers on paleoseismology, earthquakes, and active tectonics (Aug 2018)
This time we have an impressive variety of earthquake study sites: Turkey, China, USA, Tadjik Basin, Italy, Japan, Sumatra, Himalayas, Spain, Mexico, Balkans, Mars, laboratory. Who could possibly ask for more? Plus some interesting work on fault physics. Check out the latest papers on earthquakes, active tectonics, and paleoseismicity: Köküm, M., & İnceöz, M. (2018). Structural analysis of the northern part of the East Anatolian Fault System. Journal of Structural Geology. Akoğlu, A. M., Jónsson, S., Wang, T., Çakır, Z.,