Data for: 1D geothermal inversion of the lunar deep interior temperature and heat production in the equatorial area
Contributors: Chengzi Jiang, Shuo Yao
... The dataset includes the Python2 scripts for calculating the lunar interior heat production and temperature, along with the text files of the reference temperatures as the input data. The reference temperatures are obtained from the Fig. 3 in Hood and Sonett (1982) "LIMITS ON THE LUNAR TEMPERATURE PROFILE". The inversion algorithm is based on the particle swarm optimization proposed by Kennedy and Eberhart (1995).
Data for: Apparent Polar Wander Path for East Asia and Implications for Paleomagnetic Low Inclination in Sedimentary Rocks
Contributors: Yongjae Yu, Doohee Jeong
... A total of 1487 paleomagnetic directional data (816 for the South China Block; 671 for the North China Block) analyzed in this study were tabulated in Excel format.
Contributors: Miriam Gomez-Paccard, María Ester Albeck, Annick Chauvin, F. Javier Pavón-Carrasco, Diego Martín Basso, M. A. Zaburlín, Saioa A. Campuzano, OSETE MARIA LUISA
... The Thellier and Thellier experiments related to the paleointensity data presented in this study are provided. Numbers indicate the temperature step with R being the step corresponding to the applied field (35 microTeslas) in the Z direction and V in the -Z direction of the sample. P indicate that the step corresponds to a pTRM check. For a detailed information please contact email@example.com
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Data for: Brittle-ductile transition depth versus convergence rate in shallow crustal thrust faults: considerations on seismogenic volume and impact on seismicity
Contributors: Patrizio Petricca, Federica Riguzzi, Eugenio Carminati, Carlo Doglioni
... This data publication includes a table containing results of 2-D thermo-mechanical FE models dedicated to intra-plate thrusts and thrusts within fold-and-thrust belts (shallow crustal) with the scope of locating the brittle-ductile transition (BDT) depth in function of the convergence rate. Modeled geometries describes a 2D portion of wet-quartzitic upper crust 250 km wide and 40 km thick, cut by a fault with different dip values. the fault decoupling is simulated via a 2 km thick weak zone characterized by rheological parameters homogeneous with the rest of the model domain but with lower friction angle and small cohesion. Shortening is simulated via fixed velocities at the left boundary of the model applied for an evolution time of 100 kyr. A set of models was run for all considered fault dip values (15-40 degrees), assuming convergence rates varying between 1 and 10 cm/yr and, for sensitivity analysis, varying fault friction angle (from 3 to 30 degrees), cohesion (from 0 to 10 MPa), grain size of the domain (from 1 to 3 mm) and initial temperature profile (i.e., temperature at the bottom of the model from 400 to 600 °C). The table of results is composed by 10 columns providing: 1) BDT along-distance (x) coordinate; 2) BDT depth (y) coordinate; 3) fault dip angle; 4) differential stress value at the BDT; 5) convergence rate; 6) evolution time of the model; 7) T at the bottom of the model; 8) angle of internal friction assumed for the fault; 9) cohesion assumed for the fault; 10) grain size assumed for the domain.
Data for: The 1952 Kern County, California Earthquake: A Case Study of Issues in the Analysis of Historical Intensity Data for Estimation of Source Parameters
Contributors: Leah Salditch, Susan E. Hough, Bruce Spencer, Madeleine Lucas, Edward Brooks, James Neely, Seth Stein
... Felt reports, with original and reinterpreted seismic intensity assignments for the 1952 Kern County, California earthquake. Felt reports are from: U.S. Department of Commerce, Environmental Services Administration, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1966. Abstracts of earthquake reports for the Pacific Coast and the Western Mountain Region, MSA-74 April, June, July 1952.
Contributors: Donna Eberhart-Phillips, Bill Fry
... Tables of Vp, Qp and Qs for New Zealand from joint teleseismic and local inversion
Data for: Iron Valence and Partitioning between Post-Perovskite and Ferropericlase in the Earth’s Lowermost Mantle
Contributors: Dane Morgan, Shenzhen Xu, Martha A. Gialampouki
... All input and output files of the work and the code that minimizes the free energy are in this Dataset. The free energy code is referred to the Al-bearing Post-Perovskite at 100GPa under lower mantle conditions (low oxygen fugacity).
Contributors: Wu-Cheng Chi, Kaiwen Chang, Rou-Fei Chen, Ruey-Juin Rau
... supporting materials for a manuscript "Load-Induced Seismicity near Tsaoling, Taiwan" There are three files: The Central Weather Bureau seismicity catalog used in this manuscript; the three curves showing the bounds of crustal hydraulic diffusivity and permeability; and the focal mechanisms used for this study.
The carriers of AMS in remagnetized carbonates. Insights for remagnetization mechanism and basin evolution
Contributors: Pablo Calvín, Antonio Casas, Juan José Villalaín
... AMS raw data of carbonates sampled in the Central High Atlas (Morocco), in the Imilchil-Toumliline-Amouguer area. You can use anisoft software to visualize the data
Contributors: Wilbor Poletti, Andrew Biggin, Ricardo Trindade, Gelvam Hartmann, Filipe Terra-Nova
... Archaeointensity dataset for the last two millennia, selected from the reassessment of the GEOMAGIA50 database (Brown et al., 2015) and recent estimates that had not yet therein. These data were used in the calculation archaeo_adm_1.3k model, which suggested a continuous decrease of the Earth’s magnetic axial dipole from ~ 750 CE to present.