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SURFACE RUPTURE ZONES OF THE 2001 EARTHQUAKE M_s 8.1 WEST OF KUNLUN PASS,NORTHERN QINGHAI-XIZANG PLATEAU

Chen Jie ① Chen Yukun ① Ding Guoyu ①② Tian Qinjian ② Wang Zanjun ③ Shan Xinjian ① Ren Jinwei ① Zhao Ruibing ④ Wang Zhicai ① (① Institute of Geology,China Seismological Bureau;Laboratory of Neotectonic Chronology, Institute of Geology, China Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029; ② Center for Analysis and Prediction, China Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100036;③ Qinghai Seismological Bureau, Xining 810000;④ Xinjiang Seismological Bureau, rümqi 830011)  
The 2001 M _s =8.1 west of Kunlun Pass earthquake is the largest and associated with the longest surface rupture having occurred on the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau since 1951. Delineating the rupture characteristics of this event may help us to better understand the current state of stress and the evolution of the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau. The mainshock ruptured the whole Taiyanghu-Kushuihuan, Bukadaban-Kusaihu faults, and the western part of the Kunlun Pass fault, and was probably a continuation of seismic activity that began approximately four years earlier with the M _s=7.9 Mani earthquake 300 km to the northwest. Although it is not known whether there was large earthquake during the period of historical record, abundant scarps and left-laterally offset geomorphic features of Holocene age indicate that the fault is active and that it might produce large earthquakes.The trend of this surface rupture faulting zone is 90°~110°. The fairly linear trend of the fault on the surface suggests that the fault is vertical or subvertical over much of its length. From west to east, the five principal faults of the mainshock are the Taiyanghu-Kushuihuan, Buka Daban Peak, west Kusai Lake, east Kusai Lake, and Kunlun Pass faults. The total length of these overlapping surficial fault rupture strand is ca. 426 km. All but the Taiyanghu-Kushuihuan fault is 64~103 km long. Two primary characteristics of the fault zone are the en echelon geometry of the principle faults and the predominance of sinistral slip. The characteristic en echelon structure of strike-slip faults is observed at all scales along the 2001 rupture. Secondary splays and Riedel shears existed on all scales.The maximum surface left-lateral strike-slip is 6.4±1.4 m, with as much as 4 meters of vertical slip.
【Fund】: 科学技术部 2 0 0 2年度社会公益研究专项 (项目号 :2 0 0 2DIA1 0 0 0 1 );; 财政部专项“昆仑山口西 8.1级地震综合科学考察”
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