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A geological explanation for intraplate earthquake clustering complexity: The zeolite-bearing fault/fracture networks in the Adamello Massif (Southern Italian Alps) (2014)
Journal Article
Dempsey, E. D., Holdsworth, R. E., Imber, J., Bistacchi, A., & Di Toro, G. (2014). A geological explanation for intraplate earthquake clustering complexity: The zeolite-bearing fault/fracture networks in the Adamello Massif (Southern Italian Alps). Journal of Structural Geology, 66, 58-74. doi:10.1016/j.jsg.2014.04.009

Interconnected networks of faults and veins filled with hydrothermal minerals such as zeolite are widespread in many orogenic terrains. These fractures commonly form at relatively low temperatures (e.g.