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The probability of large seismic events on a particular fault segment may vary due to external stress changes imparted by nearby deformation events, including other earthquakes and aseismic processes, such

The probability of large seismic events on a particular fault segment may vary due to external stress changes imparted by nearby deformation events, including other earthquakes and aseismic processes, such as fault creep and postseismic relaxation. The Hayward fault (HF), undergoing both seismic and aseismic fault slip, provides a unique opportunity to study the mutual relation of seismic and aseismic processes on a fault system.

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  • 2013-09-05
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1016/j.epsl.2013.04.024
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    Shirzaei, M., Buergmann, R., & Taira, T. (2013). Implications of recent asperity failures and aseismic creep for time-dependent earthquake hazard on the hayward fault. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 371, 59-66. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2013.04.024

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