NTUGeo

理學院

臺大

週二, 09 一月 2007 10:08

Earthquake Geology of Taiwan

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  • Documented the earthquake fault characteristics and related geomorphic features to decipher the mechanism and behavior of the 1999 Chi-chi earthquake (W.S. Chen, Y.G. Chen, J.C. Hu, C.Y. Lu, L. S. Teng, and C. N. Yang)
  • Paleoseismology studies along the Chelungpu fault to reveal the mechanism and to provide slip rates as well as estimated recurrence intervals for this disastrous active fault (W.S. Chen and Y.G. Chen)
  • Using subtle landforms and structure geology to re-evaluate active structures and paleo-seismic history in other neotectonic domains of Taiwan (W.S. Chen, Y.G. Chen and M.L. Hsieh)
  • Using tectono-stratigraphy to reevaluate the earthquake-related sedimentary history of Taipei basin as well as to assess the possible hazards in such a densely populated area (Y.G. Chen and L. S. Teng)
  • Trenching studies along other seismogenic active faults to explore the recent behavior and paleo-seimic records (W.S. Chen).
  • Applying newly developed dating methods (i.e., OSL & TL) to determine the long-term slip rates along the Chelungpu fault, which is consistent with the coseismic slip that occurred in the 1999 Chi-chi earthquake (Y.G. Chen)
  • Numerical modeling of interseismic and coseismic deformation based on GPS data in the Taiwan area (J.C. Hu)
  • Monitoring fault activity and tectonic motions in the Pingtung/Kaohsiung area based on GPS data (J.C. Hu)
    Sedimentary Structure in the late Tertiary foreland basin in Taiwan (published as cover page for Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull.)
  • Documented the earthquake fault characteristics and related geomorphic features to decipher the mechanism and behavior of the 1999 Chi-chi earthquake (W.S. Chen, Y.G. Chen, J.C. Hu, C.Y. Lu, L. S. Teng, and C. N. Yang)
  • Paleoseismology studies along the Chelungpu fault to reveal the mechanism and to provide slip rates as well as estimated recurrence intervals for this disastrous active fault (W.S. Chen and Y.G. Chen)
  • Using subtle landforms and structure geology to re-evaluate active structures and paleo-seismic history in other neotectonic domains of Taiwan (W.S. Chen, Y.G. Chen and M.L. Hsieh)
  • Using tectono-stratigraphy to reevaluate the earthquake-related sedimentary history of Taipei basin as well as to assess the possible hazards in such a densely populated area (Y.G. Chen and L. S. Teng)
  • Trenching studies along other seismogenic active faults to explore the recent behavior and paleo-seimic records (W.S. Chen).
  • Applying newly developed dating methods (i.e., OSL & TL) to determine the long-term slip rates along the Chelungpu fault, which is consistent with the coseismic slip that occurred in the 1999 Chi-chi earthquake (Y.G. Chen)
  • Numerical modeling of interseismic and coseismic deformation based on GPS data in the Taiwan area (J.C. Hu)
  • Monitoring fault activity and tectonic motions in the Pingtung/Kaohsiung area based on GPS data (J.C. Hu)
    Sedimentary Structure in the late Tertiary foreland basin in Taiwan (published as cover page for Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull.)
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