The 2015 MW 7.1 Earthquake on the Charlie-Gibbs Transform Fault: Repeating Earthquakes and Multi-modal Slip on a Slow Oceanic Transform

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  1. Rachel E. Abercrombie

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Description: The slow spreading rate Charlie-Gibbs Atlantic transform fault slips in large (M~7) quasi-repeating earthquakes. The foreshocks, aftershocks, and unilateral rupture of the 2015 earthquake are similar to a 1974 earthquake on the same transform. The findings of this study are consistent with transform earthquakes starting small near the ridge and large slip asperities nearer to the transform center.

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