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Although the above strategy seems reasonable for strike-slip environments it is not applicable to more complex fault geometries and to different tectonic settings (such as reverse or normal faults in contractional or extensional regimes). Jaum´e and Sykes (1996) adopt the concept of anti-earthquakes. They assume that the form of loading in the past has been exactly the opposite of that released by an earthquake; pure elastic rebound. An appropriate rate is attributed to the build-up of that stress.
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