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By Zhongliang Wu

Based at the box research and the precis of the broadcast learn result of the April 20, 2013, Lushan, Sichuan, China, MS7.0 earthquake, having happened alongside a similar fault region which accommodated the may possibly 12, 2008, Wenchuan MS8.0 earthquake, this short attempts to explain and speak about the precise earthquake phenomenology linked to either the neighborhood geology and the altering society. because the incidence of this earthquake, there were the clinical debates on (1) the seismo-tectonics of this earthquake which has no fundamental seismic fault came upon at the floor of the floor; (2) the relation among this earthquake and the Wenchuan earthquake (i.e., no matter if it may be regarded as one of many aftershocks); and (3) how good were entire reduce earthquake failures, five years after the Wenchuan earthquake. This short additionally attempts to introduce the stories and perform of chinese language seismological enterprises for the relief of earthquake failures. as a result of language and cultural limitations, such an creation is smart not just for English readers but in addition for chinese language readers. for instance, humans (abroad) are constantly asking why there are such a lot of chinese language seismologists engaged on earthquake prediction. actually the chinese language wording 'earthquake prediction' has a wider assurance than that during English. and truly the chinese language method of (time-dependent) seismic threat has no systematic distinction from open air global in its methodology.

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2013; Wang et al. 2013; Xie et al. 2013; Zhang et al. 2013; Zhao et al. 2013b) of the mainshock, and the relation with the stress change caused by the mainshock (Miao and Zhu 2013), provided evidences for the understanding of the source process of the mainshock and the generation of This chapter is written by Fang LH and Jiang CS (Institute of Geophysics, CEA), with the assistance of Zhang SF and Jiang H. Z. 1 Distribution of seismic stations near the epicenter, with faults and seismicity as background.

1785/0220130109 Dai JW, Qu Z, Zhang CX, Weng XR (2013) Preliminary investigation of seismic damage to two steel space structure during the 2013 Lushan earthquake. Earthq Eng Eng Vib 12(3):497–500. 0 Sichuan Lushan earthquake. Chin Sci Bull 58:3451– 3459. 1007/s11434-013-6000-2 Jia K, Zhou SY, Zhuang JC, Jiang CS (2014) Possibility of the independence between the 2013 Lushan earthquake and the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake on Longmenshan fault, Sichuan. Seismol Res Lett 85:60–67. 1785/0220130115 Liu M, Luo G, Wang H (2014a) The 2013 Lushan earthquake in China tests hazard assessments.

2014), discussion on the relation between the Lushan earthquake and the Wenchuan earthquake based on the ETAS model (Jia et al. 2014) and seismogenic structure (Qi et al. 2013; Wang et al. 2013; Wen et al. 2013a; Xiong et al. 2013; Xu et al. 2013b; Ye et al. 2013a, 2013b; Zhang et al. 2013; Chen et al. 2014), gravity anomaly in the seismic source region (Shi et al. 2013), engineering damage of the earthquake (Dai et al. 2013; Sun et al. 2013), earthquake induced landslides (Xu 2013), and seismic hazard assessments (Liu et al.

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