Theory of earthquakes-IV. General implications for earthquake prediction.
Pure Appl Geophys 1976 Nov; 114(6):1031-1082
The inclusion theory is shown to provide a physical basis for criteria required to predict failure. The implications of the inclusion theory to the problem of earthquake prediction are discussed. The theory is applied to existing earthquake-prone regions.
Failure-analysis; Mining-industry; Geology; Geophysics; Rock-bursts; Rock-mechanics; Ground-stability; Disaster-prevention
B. T. Brady , U.S. Department of the Interior, BuMines, Denver Mining Research Center, Denver, Colorado, 80225 USA
OP; Journal Article
Pure and Applied Geophysics