The Long Term Slip Rate and Recurrence Interval of the Hukou Fault

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The Long Term Slip Rate and Recurrence Interval of the Hsinchu Fault

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 The long term slip rate and recurrence interval of the Dajianshan Fault

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The Long Term Slip Rate and Recurrence Interval of the Hengchun Fault

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The long term slip rate and recurrence interval of the Meishan Fault

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The long term slip rate and recurrence interval of the Meishan Fault

 

The Meishan Fault belt is a disturbed belt width hundreds meters or up to 2 kilometers, parallel-structured scarps or linear terrain structures is tremendously displayed within this region. The field investigation verifies that the Meishan Fault has not yet cut off the Jiouchiungkeng Fault.

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This study conducts boreholes on the river terrace in Meishan town. Meibei Elementary School borehole 1 is located on the north to the linear scarp. The Meibei Elementary School borehole 2 is on the south, the southern terrace surface is 4 m higher than that of the north. The southern bedrock surface is 4.2 m higher than the northern bedrock. Due to the fact that this elevation difference varies from that of the terrace, and the bedrock (Hsiangshan sandstone) in the core does not have a shear structure, and that both sides of the surface of the terrane are 10º inclined, it is still indefinable whether this linear scarp is resulted from the Meishan Fault.

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The location of the Meishan Fault, and the location of the Meibei Elementary School site.

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The location and the borehole profile of the Meishan Fault.

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