Data for: Investigating Paleoseismicity Using Fault Scarp Morphology of the Dushanzi Reverse Fault in the Northern Tian Shan, China

Published: 6 December 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/5rwywh67gj.1
zhanyu Wei


Excel file (file name: vertical displacements and EQs) in supplementary materials presents all measurement positions (x and y in the projection coordinate of Universal Transverse Mercator Zone 45 N, WGS84), vertical displacements and measurement errors, the number of EQ events, and distance along the fault. There are five sheets labeled by F1 to F5 to record the results from fault strands of F1 to F5, respectively.



Geomorphology, Earthquake