Information - TS1.5 EMR (electromagnetic radiation) as applied to structural geology, active tectonics and geotechnical problems
EMR (electromagnetic radiation) as applied to structural geology, active tectonics and geotechnical problems
EMR as measured at the surface of the lithosphere or underground shows preferred orientations, which can be related to microcracks and other brittle structures. During the last years, numerous studies showed the applicability of EMR measurements for the determination of active fractures and stress orientations. Such data have important implications for active tectonics and slope or tunnel stability. Therefore, we find it timely, to discuss EMR, its application and origin
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