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Clay Minerals ; 53 3 : — Radiometric dating of fault gouges has become a useful tool for regional tectonics studies and for exploring and understanding fault and earthquake processes. Methods to define the absolute age of faults achieved a solid scientific foundation almost 25 years ago when the development and application of illite age analysis for investigating sedimentary burial and thermal histories found a new potential application — defining the age of fold-and-thrust development. These refinements to the methods have improved their application in fold-and-thrust terrains and have opened up applications in normal and strike-slip fault environments. Another important development is the use of absolute dating methods in retrograde clay gouges in which clays in a fault develop from igneous or metamorphic wall rocks that contain no clays. In addition, the method has also been shown to be useful at dating folds in fold-and-thrust belts. We think the method is now an established part of the geological toolkit, look forward to future fault structural and tectonic studies that incorporate fault ages and hope that researchers continue to probe and discover ways that the method can assist fault process studies, including earthquake fault studies. Shibboleth Sign In.

Microstructurally-constrained versus bulk fault gouge K-Ar dating

For a better understanding of the recent exhumation history of the Alps and the distribution of palaeo- and recent earthquakes within the orogen, it is important to elucidate the Quaternary activity of major faults. In this study, we test the applicability of luminescence and electron spin resonance ESR dating, which have ultralow closure temperatures, to directly date fault gouge of the Simplon Fault.

Quartz and feldspar grains were extracted from the sample; quartz grains were used for ESR dating, whereas feldspar grains were used for infrared stimulated luminescence IRSL dating. Although these D 0 values are unexpectedly small, the IRSL signals can be used to calculate the minimum age of the last seismic movement of the fault. Both natural and laboratory-irradiated ESR spectra did not contain detectable Ti centre.

Información del artículo Assesment of fault activity by ESR dating of fault gouge ; an example of the m core samples drilled into the Nojima earthquake fault.

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we test the applicability of luminescence and electron spin resonance (ESR) dating, which have ultralow closure temperatures, to directly date fault gouge of.

Help Contact us. Kemp, Simon J. Diarmad G. Clay Minerals , 54 2. Temporary excavations during the construction of the Glendoe Hydro Scheme above Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland exposed a clay-rich fault gouge in Dalradian Supergroup psammite. The gouge coincides with the mapped trace of the subvertical Sronlairig Fault, a feature related in part to the Great Glen and Ericht—Laidon faults, which had been interpreted to result from brittle deformation during the Caledonian orogeny c.

Exposure of this mica-rich gouge represented an exceptional opportunity to constrain the timing of the gouge-producing movement on the Sronlairig Fault using isotopic analysis to date the growth of authigenic essentially synkinematic clay mineralization. A series of fine-size separates was isolated prior to K—Ar analysis. Novel, capillary-encapsulated X-ray diffraction analysis was employed to ensure nearly perfect, random orientation and to facilitate the identification and quantification of mica polytypes.

Coarser size fractions are composed of greater proportions of the 2M1 illite polytype. Finer size fractions show increasing proportions of the 1M illite polytype, with no evidence of 2M1 illite in the finest fractions.

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The date is limited by temperature and may be only the reflection of depth of The dates of the shale and of the fault gouge were i 18 m.y. (shale-whole.

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Microstructurally-constrained K—Ar data from cohesive damage zone samples are compared to bulk K—Ar data from fault gouges from the adjacent fault cores. In Fault I, fluid ingress along the fault core caused pervasive alteration of the host granodiorite. View via Publisher.

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dating of fault gouge is to verify that the illite is of authigenic origin. Here we show effective and convinc- ing evidences for authigenic illite in.

Och, R. Offler, Horst Zwingmann. Constraining timing of brittle deformation and fault gouge formation in the Sydney Basin. The fault zones are manifest as joint swarms and highly brecciated zones containing gouge with authigenic illite produced as a result of fluid infiltration. Strike-slip movement accompanied by minor dip-slip, normal movement occurred on the NNE faults, with dip slip on N-S and E-W-trending faults. K-Ar dating of illite and illite-smectite in fractions extracted from fault gouges in areas unaffected by a thermal overprint reveals ages varying from to Ma for the.

Overview Fingerprint. Access to Document Australian Journal of Earth Sciences , 61 3 , Och, D. In: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences. K-Ar dating of illite and illite-smectite in fractions extracted from fault gouges in areas unaffected by a thermal overprint reveals ages varying from to Ma for the”,. AU – Offler, R.

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MBT Figures 1 and 2 is a chain of steeply inclined thrusts which divide the outer Himalayan Siwalik belt from the new, mature, recently rejuvenated Lesser Himalaya 9. New dating provided by Valdiya 9 indicate neotectonic activity along MBT. Nainital Fault and Sleepy Hollow Fault. The Nainital Fault Figure 2 is a normal fault that divides the deformed synclinal Nainital Massif into two parts.

We presents results from an experimental program designed to shed light on the effect of stress and deformation history on the permeability.

Deep gouges in the earth and tracks left in rural dirt paths were found on the clay slopes of Selmun after people were seen riding motorcycles recreationally in the area. The practice is limited to specific sites listed under the Traffic Signs and Carriageway Markings Regulations as issued by Transport Malta. Signs around the site in Selmun clearly indicates that it is not permissible to drive vehicles over the land due to the instability of the sloped clay deposits.

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