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In the frozen-thawed embryos, fast re-expansion (within a few hours of thawing) is a significant indicator of ART outcome [5,18]. In addition, low blastomere loss is related to rapid re-expansion [5]. The results of this study demonstrated a positive correlation between the number of TE cells and expansion rate up to 4 h post-thawing. Based on the previous reports [19, 20], we hypothesize the following mechanism to explain the correlation between increased expansion rates and higher numbers of TE cells. The fertilized egg undergoes repeated cell divisions and becomes a blastocyst by differentiating into an ICM and TE via induction of Hippo signaling [12]. Initially, tight junctions and adherens junctions are formed between the TE cells [21]. The Na+/K+-ATPase present in the TE forms an ion gradient between the inside and the outside of the embryo. The aquaporin channel transports water into the blastocoel cavity following this concentration gradient, thus forming the blastocoel [22]. We suggest that in the presence of many TE cells, the amount of water drawn into the cavity increases, thereby increasing the water volume drawn into the blastocoel and accelerating the expansion rate. Post-thawing blastomere loss leads to a reduction in the normal number of TE cells, which may affect the re-expansion rate. Differentiation of blastocysts with sufficient TE cells into a future placenta would be beneficial for both implantation and the prognosis of a subsequent pregnancy.




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Because of this, I present Earthquake Report Lite. (but it is more than just water, like the adult beverage that claims otherwise). I will try to describe the figures included in the poster, but sometimes I will simply post the poster here.


  • Well, as I was preparing this report, I realized that I prepared an interpretive poster and never wrote it up!

  • So, here is the poster for a magnitude M 7.4 earthquake from 18 June 2020.

  • This M 7.4 earthquake was also in the downgoing Pacific plate.



The Arabia plate moves north towards the Eurasia plate, forming the Alpide belt (perhaps the longest convergent plate boundary on Earth, extending from Australia/Indonesia in the east to offshore Portugal in the west. This convergence helps form the European Alps and the Asian Himalaya. In the aftershock poster below, we see the Bitlis-Zagros fold and thrust belt, also part of this convergence.


Today, I woke up to learn that there was a magnitude M 7.5 earthquake that happened since I posted this report the night before. This was not an aftershock but a newly triggered earthquake on a different fault than that that slipped during the M 7.8. However, there will be some people who will call this an aftershock.


The aftershocks have been filling in to reveal what faults are involved and there are many faults involved in this sequence. I include a larger scale view of these faults in the updated aftershock interpretive poster below. >>>


C: GPS velocity field with a fixed Eurasia after Reilinger et al. (2010) D: the domain affected by distributed post-orogenic extension in the Oligocene and the Miocene and the stretching lineations in the exhumed metamorphic complexes.


  • Here is an animation produced by the folks at Cal Tech following the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman subduction zone earthquake. I have several posts about that earthquake here and here. One may learn more about this animation, as well as download this animation here.

The Gorda and Juan de Fuca plates subduct beneath the North America plate to form the Cascadia subduction zone fault system. In 1992 there was a swarm of earthquakes with the magnitude Mw 7.2 Mainshock on 4/25. Initially this earthquake was interpreted to have been on the Cascadia subduction zone (CSZ). The moment tensor shows a compressional mechanism. However the two largest aftershocks on 4/26/1992 (Mw 6.5 and Mw 6.7), had strike-slip moment tensors. In my mind, these two aftershocks aligned on what may be the eastern extension of the Mendocino fault. However, looking at their locations, my mind was incorrect. These two earthquakes were not aftershocks, but were either left-lateral or right-lateral strike-slip Gorda plate earthquakes triggered by the M 7.1 thrust event.


There have been several series of intra-plate earthquakes in the Gorda plate. Two main shocks that I plot of this type of earthquake are the 1980 (Mw 7.2) and 2005 (Mw 7.2) earthquakes. I place orange lines approximately where the faults are that ruptured in 1980 and 2005. These are also plotted in the Rollins and Stein (2010) figure above. The Gorda plate is being deformed due to compression between the Pacific plate to the south and the Juan de Fuca plate to the north. Due to this north-south compression, the plate is deforming internally so that normal faults that formed at the spreading center (the Gorda Rise) are reactivated as left-lateral strike-slip faults. In 2014, there was another swarm of left-lateral earthquakes in the Gorda plate. I posted some material about the Gorda plate setting on this page.


  • In this map below, I label a number of other significant earthquakes in this Mendocino triple junction region. Another historic right-lateral earthquake on the Mendocino fault system was in 1994. There was a series of earthquakes possibly along the easternmost section of the Mendocino fault system in late January 2015, here is my post about that earthquake series.

  • Here is a map from Chaytor et al. (2004) that shows some details of the faulting in the region. The moment tensor (at the moment i write this) shows a north-south striking fault with a reverse or thrust faulting mechanism. While this region of faulting is dominated by strike slip faults (and most all prior earthquake moment tensors showed strike slip earthquakes), when strike slip faults bend, they can create compression (transpression) and extension (transtension). This transpressive or transtentional deformation may produce thrust/reverse earthquakes or normal fault earthquakes, respectively. The transverse ranges north of Los Angeles are an example of uplift/transpression due to the bend in the San Andreas fault in that region.



If we look at the Chlieh et al. (2008) study, we will notice that this M 6.9 earthquake happened in an area thought to be in an area that is not accumulating much tectonic strain. I post a figure showing this later in the report.


Distribution of coupling on the Sumatra megathrust derived from the formal inversion of the horizontal velocities and uplift rates derived from the CGPS measurements at the SuGAr stations (processed at SOPAC). To reduce the influence of postseismic deformation caused by the March 2005 Nias-Simeulue rupture, velocities were determined for the period between June 2005 and October 2006. (a) Distribution of coupling on the megathrust. Fully coupled areas are red and fully creeping areas are white. This model reveals strong coupling beneath the Mentawai Islands (Siberut, Sipora, and Pagai islands), offshore Padang city, and suggests that the megathrust south of Bengkulu city is creeping at the plate velocity. (b) Comparison of observed (green) and predicted (red) velocities. The Xr^2 associated to that model is 24.5 (Table 8).


Distribution of coupling on the Sumatra megathrust derived from the formal inversion of all the data (model J-a, Table 8). (a) Distribution of coupling on the megathrust. Fully coupled areas are red, and fully creeping areas are white. This model shows strong coupling beneath Nias island and beneath the Mentawai (Siberut, Sipora and Pagai) islands. The rate of accumulation of moment deficit is 4.5 X 10^20 N m/a. (b) Comparison of observed (black arrows for pre-2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake and green arrows for post-2005 Nias earthquake) and predicted velocities (in red). Observed and predicted vertical displacements are shown by color-coded large and small circles (for the corals) and large and small diamonds (for the CGPS), respectively. The Xr^2 of this model is 12.8.


The original film Keykode and 24 frame/s audio timecode can be then be reconciled with the 25 frame/s telecine timecode by the generation of a telecine log file containing this information. Again, once the non-linear editor has this information, editing can be performed entirely in terms of 24 frame/s timecode, and the Keykode information preserved for either film cutting or digital intermediate post-production of scanned film images.


First of all my apologies for my post from half a year ago. At that time of writing I thought I had it all figured out, but I was far far away from reality. Now, a half year later I can tell you that PS3 SACD ripping is finally possible and works with a natively build PS3 application (NO linux required). 041b061a72


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