Large ancient earthquakes in the western Issyk-Kul basin (Kyrgyzstan, northern Tien Shan)


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Авторы: Deev E.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Korzhenkov A.     Turova I.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Pavlis T.L.     Luzhanskii D.     Mazeika J.     Abdieva S.     Yudakhin A.    
дата публикации: 2018
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New paleoseismological and archaeoseismological data from the western Issyk-Kul basin of Kyrgyzstan (northern Tien Shan) provide new insights on active fault in the actively-deforming, basement-involved thrust system of Central Asia. Newly discovered fault scarps follow south-and north-dipping thrust faults which delineate the Kyrgyz and Kungey ranges bordering the Issyk-Kul basin. Motion on these faults generated earthquakes with magnitudes 6.2-7.6 and MSK-64 shaking intensities VIII-XI. Deformation observed in the zone of the Toguz-Bulak fault results from two Holocene earthquakes and another event that occurred about 8000 yr BP. Two more events, at 13,000 and 3000 yr BP, deformed the northeastern periphery of the Kyzyl-Ompul Uplift.
первоисточник: Journal of Asian Earth Sciences
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страницы: 48-65
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jaes-2018-166-48