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    Parkfield で発生した微小地震 (M -0.2 から M 2.1) の震源パラメータを求めて、より大きな地震の特徴と比較する。


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    Ide and Takeo (1997) に基づいて、1995年兵庫県南部地震における破壊表面エネルギー Gc を見積もった。
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    破壊成長に伴ってできる process zone の観察とその解釈。
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    Major Slip Zoneの粒子のサイズ分布から破壊表面エネルギーを見積り、地震波解析から得られるbreakdown workと比較する。
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    heat flow paradoxの問題を中心にSan Andreas Faultの強度について様々な視点から議論する.
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