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Magnetotelluric survey of an active fault system in the northern part of Kinki District, Southwest Japan



Magnetotelluric survey of an active fault system in the northern part of Kinki District, Southwest Japan



Journal of Structural Geology 13(2): 235-240



Combined geological and geophysical surveys are effective in finding hidden active faults and estimating the dimensions of their fracture zones in the northern part of the Kinki District, southwest Japan. The magnetotelluric method using electromagnetic energy in the ELF frequency band can define the dimensions of a fault and suggest whether it is active or not.

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DOI: 10.1016/0191-8141(91)90070-y


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