Earthquake Geology of the Lembang Fault, West Java, Indonesia
The Lembang Fault is a major fault in western Java that skirts the northern edge of Bandung, one of Indonesia's largest cities, just south of the active Tangkuban Perahu volcano. Although it has no recorded or historical large earthquakes, the Lembang Fault shows obvious geomorphic evidence of recent activity and has long been thought to be active. In this study, we use geomorphic analysis to unequivocally establish that the fault has a dominantly sinistral sense of movement with a slip rate of...[Show more]
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