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LATE QUATERNARY SLIP RATE OF THE XIAOJIANG FAULT AND ITS IMPLICATION

HE Hong-lin 1) Yasutaka Ikeda 2) SONG Fang-min 3) DONG Xing-quan 4) 1) Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo, Hongo 7-3-1, Bunkyoku, Tokyo 113-0086, Japan 2) Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Graduate  
The Xiaojiang fault is the southern portion of the Kangding fault zone, which is a noticeable active fault in southwest China and plays an important role in the left-lateral extrusion of the Tibetan Plateau. We determined average slip rates of the Xiaojiang fault, on the basis of offset landforms that were precisely mapped and dated by radiocarbon or thermoluminescence methods. The Xiaojiang fault consists of two subparallel fault strands in its middle segment; the average left-lateral slip rates on the west and east strands were determined to be 7.0~9.0mm/yr and 6.0~7.5mm/yr, respectively. Thus, the total slip rate on the Xiaojiang fault amounts to 13.0~16.5mm/yr. This value is approximately equal to that on the Xianshuihe fault, the northern part of the Kangding fault zone, and about twice as high as that on the Anninghe and Zemuhe faults, the middle part of the Kangding fault zone. Our results suggest that there must be other active faults that accommodate the missing slip in the middle of the Kangding fault zone; the most probable candidate may be the Puxionghe-Butou fault zone located several ten kilometers to the east of the middle segment.
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