3 Works

Data from: Assessment of dynamic material properties of intact rocks using seismic wave attenuation: an experimental study

W.A.M. Wanniarachchi, P.G. Ranjith, M.S.A. Perera, Tharaka D. Rathnaweera, Qiao Lyu, Bankim Mahanta, M. S. A. Perera, P. G. Ranjith & W. A. M. Wanniarachchi
The mechanical properties of any substance are essential facts to understand its behaviour and make the maximum use of the particular substance. Rocks are indeed an important substance, as they are of significant use in the energy industry, specifically for fossil fuels and geothermal energy. Attenuation of seismic waves is a non-destructive technique to investigate mechanical properties of reservoir rocks under different conditions. The attenuation characteristics of five different rock types, siltstone, shale, Australian sandstone,...

Subduction thermal regime, slab dehydration, and seismicity distribution beneath Hikurangi based on 3-D simulations

Nobuaki Suenaga, Yingfeng Ji, Shoichi Yoshioka & Deshan Feng
The downdip limit of seismogenic interfaces inferred from the subduction thermal regime by thermal models has suggested relating to the faulting instability caused by brittle failure regime in various plate convergent systems. However, the featured three-dimensional (3-D) temperature structure especially along the horizontal two-dimensional (2-D) dimension of a subduction zone remains still poorly constrained. To robustly investigate and further map the horizontal distribution of subduction regime and subsequently induced slab dewatering in a decent plate...

Data from: The microbially-mediated soil organic carbon loss under degenerative succession in an alpine meadow

Yuguang Zhang, Xiao Liu, Jing Cong, Hui Lu, Yuyu Sheng, Xiulei Wang, Diqiang Li, Xueduan Liu, Huaqun Yin, Jizhong Zhou & Ye Deng
Land-cover change has long been recognized as having marked effect on the amount of soil organic carbon (SOC). However, the microbially-mediated processes and mechanisms on SOC are still unclear. In this study, the soil samples in a degenerative succession from alpine meadow to alpine steppe meadow in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau were analyzed using high-throughput technologies, including Illumina sequencing and GeoChip functional gene arrays. The soil microbial community structure and diversity were significantly (P < 0.05)...

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