Recent Publications

Statistical estimation of the duration of aftershock sequences Harte, D. S., Rhoades, D. A., Christophersen, A., & Hainzl, S.
Dynamic models of an earthquake and tsunami offshore Ventura, California Oglesby, D. D., Barall, M., Geist, E. L., & Ryan, K. J.
Refining the shallow slip deficit Hollingsworth, J., Leprince, S., Ayoub, F., Dolan, J. F., Milliner, C. W., Tong, X., Sandwell, D. T., & Xu, X.
The Earthquake‐Source Inversion Validation (SIV) Project Mai, P., Schorlemmer, D., Page, M., Ampuero, J., Asano, K., Causse, M., Custodio, S., Fan, W., Festa, G., Galis, M., Gallovic, F., Imperatori, W., Käser, M., Malytskyy, D., Okuwaki, R., Pollitz, F., Passone, L., Razafindrakoto, H. T., Sekiguchi, H., Song, S., Somala, S. N., Thingbaijam, K. S., Twardzik, C., van Driel, M., Vyas, J. C., Wang, R., Yagi, Y., & Zielke, O.

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Recent Earthquakes

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