Advances in Civil Engineering / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

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 2

The 19 paleo earthquakes identified after analysis and screening.

NumberDating methodAge (ka)Time interval (ka)

D4ESR147
B2TL1153.2
B1ESR1130.2
D5ESR813.2
B3ESR562.5
S5OSL44.71.13
S4TL43.30.14
B6ESR29.591.371
S214C280.159
S114C24.580.342
MH-I36Cl20.80.378
S6TL19.320.148
Y1TL15.690.363
D6ESR14.20.149
MH-II36Cl13.20.1
S7TL11.630.157
D8ESR6.790.484
Y3TL5.750.104
S8OSL3.80.195

MH-I is the first event of the Mahu landslide; MH-II is the second event of the Mahu landslide.

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