|FDSN code||XV (2014-2020)||Operated by||University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF, AK USA)|
|Network name||Fault Locations and Alaska Tectonics from Seismicity (FLATS)||Deployment region||United States of America|
|Start year||2014||End year||2020|
The 5-year project proposes a deployment of 13 broadband stations for four years to target local seismicity occurring within and below Nenana basin, an active backarc basin in central Alaska. The basin is associated with Minto Flats fault zone, which contains two main fault strands. The principal goals of the project are to characterize the 3D structure of the fault zone, through seismicity studies, and to understand the relationship between deep crustal faulting and active basin formation. No station, short period or broadband, has ever been deployed in the vicinity of the basin.
|Further information in publication(s)||
C. Tape, S. Holtkamp, V. Silwal, J. Hawthorne, Y. Kaneko, J. P. Ampuero, C. Ji, N. Ruppert, K. Smith, and M. E. West, 2018, Earthquake nucleation and fault slip complexity in the lower crust of central Alaska, Nature Geoscience, vol. 11, p. 536–541 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41561-018-0144-2
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/XV_2014|
Carl Tape, Michael E. West (2014): Fault Locations and Alaska Tectonics from Seismicity. International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks. Dataset/Seismic Network. 10.7914/SN/XV_2014
If you use XV data, please cite Tape at al. (2018) and also Tape and West (2014).
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