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New paleoseismology papers

The latest issue of BSSA features a good number of studies on paleoseismology and earthquake geology, and some more papers have recently been published elsewhere which will be interesting for people working on old earthquakes and tectonics.

Here’s my digest, enjoy reading!

  • Hubbard, J., Shaw, J. H., Dolan, J., Pratt, T. L., McAuliffe, L., & Rockwell, T. K. (2014). Structure and Seismic Hazard of the Ventura Avenue Anticline and Ventura Fault, California: Prospect for Large, Multisegment Ruptures in the Western Transverse Ranges. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.
  • Field, E. H., Arrowsmith, R. J., Biasi, G. P., Bird, P., Dawson, T. E., Felzer, K. R., Jackson, D. D., Johnson, K. M., Jordan, T. H., Madden, C., Michael, A. J., Milner, K. R., Page, M. T., Parsons, T., Powers, P. M., Shaw, B. E., Thatcher, W. R., Weldon II, R. J., & Zeng, Y. (2014). Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast, Version 3 (UCERF3)—The Time‐Independent Model. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104(3), 1122-1180.
  • Page, M. T., Field, E. H., Milner, K. R., & Powers, P. M. (2014). The UCERF3 grand inversion: Solving for the long‐term rate of ruptures in a fault system. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104(3), 1181-1204.
  • Vilanova, S. P., Nemser, E. S., Besana‐Ostman, G. M., Bezzeghoud, M., Borges, J. F., da Silveira, A. B., Cabral, J., Carvalho, J, Cunha, P. P., Dias, R. P., Madeira, J,  Lopes, F. C., Oliveira, C. S., Perea, H., García‐Mayordomo, J., Wong, I., Arvidsson, R. & Fonseca, J. F. (2014). Incorporating Descriptive Metadata into Seismic Source Zone Models for Seismic‐Hazard Assessment: A Case Study of the Azores–West Iberian Region. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104(3), 1212-1229.
  • Schwartz, D. P., Lienkaemper, J. J., Hecker, S., Kelson, K. I., Fumal, T. E., Baldwin, J. N., Seity, G. G. & Niemi, T. M. (2014). The Earthquake Cycle in the San Francisco Bay Region: AD 1600–2012. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104(3), 1299-1328.
  • Wechsler, N., Rockwell, T. K., Klinger, Y., Štěpančíková, P., Kanari, M., Marco, S., & Agnon, A. (2014). A Paleoseismic Record of Earthquakes for the Dead Sea Transform Fault between the First and Seventh Centuries CE: Nonperiodic Behavior of a Plate Boundary Fault. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104(3), 1329-1347.
  • Kundu, B., Nankali, H., Malik, P., Yadav, R. K., & Gahalaut, V. K. (2014). Coseismic Offsets due to Intermediate Depth 16 April 2013 Southeast Iran Earthquake (Mw 7.8). Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.
  • Khajavi, N., Quigley, M., & Langridge, R. (2014). Influence of topography and basement depth on surface rupture morphology revealed from LiDAR and field mapping, Hope Fault, New Zealand. Tectonophysics.
  • Marriner, N., Morhange, C., Faivre, S., Flaux, C., Vacchi, M., Miko, S., Dumas, V., Boetto, G. & Rossi, I. R. (2014). Post-Roman sea-level changes on Pag Island (Adriatic Sea): dating Croatia’s “enigmatic” coastal notch? Geomorphology.
  • Yıldırım, C. (2014). Relative tectonic activity assessment of the Tuz Gölü Fault Zone; Central Anatolia, Turkey. Tectonophysics.
  • D’Agostino, N., England, P., Hunstad, I., & Selvaggi, G. (2014). Gravitational potential energy and active deformation in the Apennines. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 397, 121-132.
  • Mörner, N. A. (2014). An M> 6 Earthquake~ 750 BC in SE Sweden. Open Journal of Earthquake Research, 3(02), 66.
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Christoph Grützner

Christoph Grützner

works at the Institute of Geological Sciences, Jena University. He likes Central Asia and the Mediterranean and looks for ancient earthquakes.

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