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Data resulting from slide-hold-slide friction experiments on three types of carbonate faults rocks.

posted on 21.05.2021, 06:29 by Yohan Park, Takehiro Hirose, Jin-Han ReeJin-Han Ree

This data set is corresponding to the Park, Y., Hirose, T., and Ree, JH, "Carbonate fault mirrors with extremely low frictional healing rates: A possible source of aseismic creep" Geophysical Research Letters, 2021. The data set shows that carbonate fault mirrors have significantly low (near-zero) frictinoal healing rates, while newly formed gouges and gouges generated from destroyed fault mirrors have high frictional healing rates.

This results have significant implications on modeling aseismic creep of carbonate fault zones having multiple fault mirror patches.





Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Korea University Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research (X-star), Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC),