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Research Article

The Activity of the Yaziba Fault on the Lower Reaches of the Jinsha River, Southwestern China: Indirect Evidence from Paleo Earthquakes and Ancient Landslides

Table 1

Age dates for the area around the Yaziba Fault.

Test objectIndicated ageSample materialNumberDating methodAge (ka)Source

Fault gouge or fault brecciaThe age of activity on the Yaziba FaultFault gougeD1TL80.9 ± 15.3Lin [32]
D2SEMQ2Lin [32]
D3SEMQ3Lin [32]
Fault brecciaD4ESR147Our test
Fault brecciaD5ESR81Our test
Fault brecciaD6ESR14.2Our test
Calcite veinD7ESR321 ± 32Our test
Fault gougeD8ESR6.79 ± 0.03Our test

LandslideThe age of the tested landslideBreccia from the sliding beltB1ESR113Lin [32]
Calcite veinB2TL115 ± 14Lin [32]
B3ESR5Lin [32]
Limestone brecciaB4ESR1104 ± 124Our test
Limestone brecciaB5ESR1840 ± 190Our test
Limestone brecciaB6ESR29.59Our test
Limestone rockMH-I36Cl20.8Our test
Limestone rockMH-II36Cl13.2Our test

The seismic liquefaction and the Quaternary overburden layerThe fault activity ageCarbon chipsS114C24.5 ± 0.8Hou et al. [33]
The age of the flood alluvial terraceWood charcoalS214C28Wang [34]
The age of seismic liquefactionSandy soilS3ESR260Wang [34]
The age of the river sedimentsSiltS4TL43.3 ± 3.3Wang [34]
S5OSL47 ± 0.5Wang [34]
The age of the ancient earthquake wedgeClayS6TL19.32 ± 1.64[33]
The age of the seismic liquefactionSandy soilS7TL11.63 ± 0.99Hou et al. [33]
The age of the layer overlying the Yaziba FaultSiltS8OSL3.8 ± 0.03Our test

Quake lakeThe age of the tested Quake lakeSandy soilY1TL15.69 ± 1.33Hou et al. [33]
Sandy soilY2TL7.06 ± 0.142
Sandy soilY3TL5.75 ± 0.49

Test objectIndicated ageSample materialNumberDating methodAge (×104 year)Source

Fault gouge or fault brecciaThe activity age of the Yaziba FaultFault gougeD1TL8.09 ± 1.53Lin [32]
D2SEMQ2Lin [32]
D3SEMQ3Lin [32]
Fault brecciaD4ESR14.7Our test
Fault brecciaD5ESR8.1Our test
Fault brecciaD6ESR1.42Our test
Calcite veinD7ESR32.1 ± 3.2Our test
Fault gougeD8ESR0.679 ± 0.003Our test

LandslideThe age of the tested landslideBreccia from the sliding beltB1ESR11.3Lin [32]
Calcite veinB2TL11.5 ± 1.4Lin [32]
B3ESR5.6Lin [32]
Limestone brecciaB4ESR110.4 ± 12.4Our test
Limestone brecciaB5ESR184 ± 19Our test
Limestone brecciaB6ESR2.959Our test
Limestone rockMH-I36Cl2.08Our test
Limestone rockMH-II36Cl1.32Our test

The seismic liquefaction and the Quaternary overburden layerThe fault activity ageCarbon chipsS114C2.45 ± 0.08Hou et al. [33]
The age of the flood alluvial terraceWood charcoalS214C2.8Wang [34]
The age of the seismic liquefactionSandy soilS3ESR26Wang [34]
The age of the river sedimentsSiltS4TL4.33 ± 0.33Wang [34]
S5OSL4.47 ± 0.05Wang [34]
The age of the ancient earthquake wedgeClayS6TL1.932 ± 0.164Hou et al. [33]
The age of the seismic liquefactionSandy soilS7TL1.163 ± 0.099Hou et al. [33]
The age of the overlying layer above the Yaziba FaultSiltS8OSL0.38 ± 0.03Our test

Quake lakeThe age of the tested Quake lakeSandy soilY1TL1.569 ± 0.133Hou et al. [33]
Sandy soilY2TL0.706 ± 0.0142
Sandy soilY3TL0.575 ± 0.049

B6 is an average value of three samples; S8 is an average value of three samples; MH-I is an average value of five samples; MH-II is an average value of five samples.

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