Series: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress Volume: 5
The 30th International Geological Congress was held in Beijing, China in August 1997. Leading scientists convened to present their findings and views to the international geological research community. Volume 5 of 26 focuses on contemporary lithospheric motion and seismic geology. All articles in the proceedings have been refereed and keynote papers have been included in Volume 1. These proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
On global tectonics and its dynamics, Ma Zongjin; active faults and recent geodynamics of Eurasia, V. Trifonov et al; some remarks on seismotectonics and geodynamics of the Chinese continent, Ye Hong et al; crustal dynamics in the north and east margin of Qing-Zang (Tibet) Plateau, Xie Furen et al; evidence of neotectonic activity in the South Carolina coastal plain, P. Talwani and R.T. Marple; Adriatic slab versus Tyrrhenian lithosphere (in the Mediterranean puzzle) - new suggestions for an old problem, M. Bernabini et al; active fault geometry and kinematics in Greece - the Thessaloniki (Ms=6.5, 1978) and Kozani-Grevena (Ms=6.6, 1995) earthquakes - two case studies, S. Pavlides et al; geomorphic evidence for irregular faulting along the north piedmont of Liulengshan Range, Shanxi rift system, China, Xu Xiwei et al; seismic potential along the main active strike-slip fault zone in western Sichuan, China, Wen Xueze; Karakorum fault and its geodynamics, Zheng Jiandong; summary of historic faults in Taiwan, Ming-Sheng Yu et al; 1995 Hyogoken-Nanbu (Kobe) earthquake and urban active faults, Takao Miyata et al; geodynamic model for midcontinent resurgent activity and instability of India Shield, G.C. Naik et al; volcanic phenomena in the Iwo-jima Island, Norio Yoshida; on the application of the M8 algorithm to New Zealand earthquake data, D. Vere-Jones et al; load/unload response ratio theory (LURR) - a new approach to prediction of earthquakes and other geological disasters, Yin Xiangchun et al; CN algorithm in Italy - intermediate-term earthquake prediction and seismotectonic model validation, G. Costa et al; spatial distribution of anomalies in different stages before an earthquake, Ma Jin et al; an experimental study on deformation of en-echelon faults and seismicity, Ma Shengli et al; temperature measurements along simulated faults during seismic fault motion, Akito Tsutsumi and Toshihiko Shimamoto; brief review and preliminary proposal for the use of ground effects in the macroseismic intensity assessment, E. Esposito et al; a nonlinear model for intraplate earthquake, Li Li et al.
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