Modeling Earthquake Moment Magnitudes on Imbricate Reverse Faults from Paleoseismic Data: Fox Peak and Forest Creek Faults, South Island, New Zealand
T Stahl, MC Quigley, A McGill, MS Bebbington
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America | SEISMOLOGICAL SOC AMER | Published : 2016
Awarded by National Science Foundation (NSF) EAR Postdoctoral Fellowship
This work was funded by New Zealand Earthquake Commission and University of Canterbury Mason Trust grants. Stahl was partially supported by a Canterbury International Doctoral Scholarship and by National Science Foundation (NSF) EAR Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant EAR-1451466. Reviews by Chris DuRoss and Glenn Biasi improved the quality of this article. We would like to thank Simon Brocklehurst, Stefan Winkler, and Jarg Pettinga for useful discussion surrounding trench interpretation and modeling methods. The assistance of Tom Brookman, Sam McColl, Travis Horton, Duncan Noble, Narges Khajavi, and Sharon Hornblow was invaluable in the field.