Monitoring micro-earthquakes in active faults from dense seismic arrays
Microearthquakes were recorded by a dense seismic array near the Lishan fault of Taiwan.
The Lishan fault is a high-angle left-lateral structure based on seismicity and focal mechanisms.
The Lishan fault is an active structure from the surface to about 35 km.
Kuo-Chen, H., F. Wu, W.-L. Chang, C.-Y. Chang, C.-Y. Cheng, N. Hirata (2015) Is the Lishan Fault of Taiwan Active?, Tectonophysics, doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2015.09.002.