NU-NCKU-IES Joint Workshop on Crustal Dynamics


Date: Friday, December 3, 2010
Venue: Seminar Room E411 (Science Building E)
Research Center for Seismology, Volcanology, and Disaster Mitigation Graduate School of Environmental Studies Nagoya University



(from left to right)
Ruey-Juin Rau, Huang-Kai Hung (National Cheng Kung University) and Kuo-En Ching (Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica)




Program:
9:20-9:45
 Tectonic loading of active faults in central Japan inferred from GPS observations Takeshi Sagiya (Nagoya University) 9:45-10:10 Slow slip events in Taiwan from 1995-2010 continuous GPS observations Huang-Kai Hung and Ruey-Juin Rau (National Cheng Kung University)
10:10-10:35
 Roles of tectonics stress and pore fluid pressure in earthquake generation Toshiko Terakawa (Nagoya University)
10:35-10:45
 Break
10:45-11:10
 Vertical deformation of Taiwan from precise leveling measurements Ruey-Juin Rau (National Cheng Kung University), Kuo-En Ching (Institute of Earth Sciences, Acamidea Sinica), Chia-shun Yang (National Cheng Kung University)
11:10-11:35
  Creeping deformation along the Longitudinal Valley fault at Yuli area, eastern Taiwan, estimated by precise leveling survey and aerial photographic survey Nobuhisa Matta (Nagoya University)
11:35-12:00
  Frictional properties of the Chihshang fault, eastern Taiwan, inferred from postseismic slip following the 2003 Mw6.8 Chengking earthquake Kuo-En Ching (Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica), Kaj Johnson (Indiana University), Ruey-Juin Rau (National Cheng Kun University), and Jian-Cheng Lee (Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica)


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