Paleoseismicity – The Directory now online!

Are you interested in finding out who’s working on paleoseismology and related topics? We can help! The paleoseismologists name list formerly maintained by the USGS is now hosted here at Alan Nelson took care about the data in the past, and we’re glad that we could help since the USGS can not host the list anymore. The list is now based on the old USGS data set and might not be complete. So update your link and check our directory. Just drop us a mail if you want to join the list or if you want your info to be changed.

There are few criteria for being included in the list in order to find a balance between relevance and completeness: You should have published at least one ISI ranked paper, being postgraduate, you should be alive and kicking, and you should agree with appearing here.

Have fun and tell us if we can complete the list!

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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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