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Ohnaka, M. Reply to “Comment on ‘Earthquake cycles and physical modeling of the process leading up to a large earthquake’”. Earth Planet Sp 58, 1529–1531 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1186/BF03352654
- Shear Fracture
- Slip Velocity
- Slip Rate
- Intact Rock
- Shear Traction