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SCEC Annual Meeting participants are invited to share recent results and activities relevant to SCEC priorities and initiatives during the poster sessions. The SCEC collaboration emphasizes the connections between information gathering by sensor networks, fieldwork, and laboratory experiments; knowledge formulation through physics-based, system-level modeling; improved understanding of seismic hazard; and actions to reduce earthquake risk and promote resilience.

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SCEC ID Category Title and Authors SCEC Award
Group A
SDOT Ongoing development of PyLith version 3: New features, additional examples, and current priorities
Brad Aagaard, Matthew Knepley, Charles Williams, Robert Walker
We give an overview of recently added features and examples along with future development priorities of the open-source crustal deformation modeling code PyLith. PyLith focuses on solving earthquake faulting-related partial differential equations,... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time

Group B
Seismology Revealing the Dynamics and Episodic Supershear in the Feb 6th 2023 M7.8 Kahramanmaraş/Pazarcik Earthquake: near-field records and dynamic rupture modeling
Mohamed Abdelmeguid, Chunhui Zhao, Esref Yalcinkaya, George Gazetas, Ahmed Elbanna, Ares Rosakis
The 2023 M7.8 Kahramanmaraş/Pazarcik earthquake was unfortunately larger and more destructive than what had been expected. Thanks to a dense array of instrumentation from AFAD, we have a unique dataset for that earthquake that is available for... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes | Ground Motion Simulation

Group A
Seismology Update on the International SCEC/USGS Community Stress Drop Validation Study
Rachel Abercrombie, Annemarie Baltay, Shanna Chu, Taka'aki Taira
In 2021 we launched the Community Stress Drop Validation Study, focused on the 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake, California, sequence, using a common dataset. The broad aim of the collaboration is to improve the quality of estimates of stress drop and... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes

22101, 22042, 23108, 23107
Group B
EFP Earthquake nucleation characteristics revealed by the effect of short-and-long-term stress variations on induced seismicity.
Mateo Acosta, Jean-Philippe Avouac, Jonathan Smith, Krittanon Sirorattanakul, Hojjat Kaveh, Stephen Bourne
Deterministic earthquake prediction remains elusive, but time-dependent probabilistic seismicity forecasting seems within reach thanks to the development of physics-based models relating seismicity to stress changes. Challenges include constraining... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes | Induced Seismicity | Operational Earthquake Forecasting

Group B
Poster 076
Geology Assessing a systematic geomorphic mapping approach to improve confidence in fault mapping and rupture prediction
Rachel Adam, Chelsea Scott, Ramon Arrowsmith, Darryl Reano, Christopher Madugo, Rich Koehler, Malinda Zuckerman, Brian Gray, Ozgur Kozaci, Tania Gonzalez, Hans AbramsonWard, Thomas Rockwell, Eldon Gath, Albert Kottke, Ethan Luechter
Accurate fault maps are an important component in the assessment of fault displacement hazard. Different mapping techniques, biases, and ambiguous geomorphic evidence for faulting can drive even expert mappers to produce different fault maps. There... more

Themes: Special Fault Study Areas: Focus on Earthquake Gates | Risk to Distributed Infrastructure

Group B
FARM Supershear transition of earthquake rupture on 3D faults with compact heterogeneity
Mary Agajanian, Nadia Lapusta
Ruptures with intersonic speeds (“supershear”) have been observed both experimentally and in the field. Supershear ruptures have characteristic Mach fronts that may carry large shaking velocities far from the fault. Thus, such ruptures can have more... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes

22067, 23130
Group B
Seismology Seismic Phase Picking at Regional Distances
Albert Aguilar, Gregory Beroza
We present SKYNET, a set of deep learning models, combining convolutional and recurrent neural networks for picking seismic phase arrivals for earthquakes at distances up to 20 degrees of source-receiver separation. Our models were trained on the... more

Themes: Data-Intensive Computing

Group B
Poster 190
GM Empirical Assessment of Site and Basin Response in the Pacific Northwest via Testing Site-Response Models for Different Tectonic Regimes
Sean Ahdi, Brad Aagaard, Morgan Moschetti, Oliver Boyd, Grace Parker, William Stephenson
We test the hypothesis that site-response models are independent of earthquake source parameters by analyzing ground-motion records in the Portland, Oregon, region. We assess whether empirical site-response models developed for subduction-zone... more

Themes: Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis | Velocity and Rheology of Basin Sediments

Group A
Poster 199
CXM 3D full waveform inversion of the Salton Seismic Imaging Project active source dataset
Rasheed Ajala, Patricia Persaud, Folarin Kolawole
High-frequency (>1 Hz) structural imaging is a long-term challenge the community must address to advance earthquake science and better understand crustal deformation processes. Developing automated tomography tools and deploying dense seismic... more

Themes: Community Models | Ground Motion Simulation | Velocity and Rheology of Basin Sediments

23178, 21059
Geology Looking beyond the Great Southern California Shakeout: The February 06, 2023 Kahramanmaraş earthquake sequence reminds us to expect the unexpected
Sinan Akciz, Cengiz Zabcı
The 6 February 2023 Kahramanmaraş earthquake sequence generated significant shaking and damage throughout southeastern Turkey and Syria, a region known for its historical large earthquakes. The sequence started with an Mw7.0 on a 20-km long... more

Themes: Post-Earthquake Rapid Response | Public Education and Preparedness

Group B
SAFS Seismic reflection profiles and gravity observations on the southern segment of the Imperial fault
Young Ho Aladro Chio, Mario González Escobar, Carlos Reyes Martínez
Mapping faults is a vital part of seismic risk assessment. In northern Baja California, the Mexicali Valley is a seismically active region in which the Cerro Prieto and Imperial transform faults draw the main tectonic boundary at this latitude. Here... more

Themes: Community Models

Group A
CS Dependence of rupture nucleation and propagation on fluid injection rate: effective stress vs. variations in friction properties
maryam alghannam, Stacy Larochelle, Nadia Lapusta, Vito Rubino, Krittanon Sirorattanakul, Attilio Lattanzi, Ares Rosakis
Understanding the influence of fluid pressure on friction and fault stability is essential in efforts to mitigate the seismic risk associated with subsurface operations. Recent frictional sliding experiments on PMMA surfaces by Gori et al. (2021)... more

Themes: Induced Seismicity

22067, 23130
Group A
Poster 131
FARM What Controls the Shallow Fault Damage Zone and Fluid Flow? Insights from New High-Resolution Seismic Imaging
Travis Alongi, Emily Brodsky, Jared Kluesner, Daniel Brothers
The distribution and intensity of fault damage zones provide insight into the inelastic response of Earth to strain. Presently, measures of the in-situ distribution of fault damage remain limited and, in particular, connecting surficial features to... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Beyond Elasticity | Beyond Far-Field Approximations

Group A
SAFS Estimating stress state along the San Jacinto and southern San Andreas faults on the eve of past ground-rupturing earthquakes
Emery Anderson-Merritt, Michele Cooke, Katherine Scharer
Estimating the evolving state of stress in a fault system can help us constrain the conditions that may have generated previous ground-rupturing earthquakes and provide initial conditions for dynamic rupture models of large earthquakes. We use... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time

22030, 23104
Group A
FARM A systematic method to develop dynamic earthquake rupture scenarios: A case study on the Wenchuan–Maoxian Fault in the Longmen Shan, China, thrust belt
Ryosuke Ando, Rongjiang Tang
The 2008 Wenchuan Mw 7.9 mainshock caused catastrophic destruction to cities along the northwestern margin of the Sichuan Basin. This earthquake did not activate the Wenchuan–Maoxian Fault (WMF) on the hinterland side and the conjugate buried Lixian... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes

Group A
Geology Dating of alluvial fans by surface reflectance imaged with AVIRIS and EMIT spectroscopy
Chris Anthonissen, Robert Zinke, James Dolan
Alluvial fans are sediment deposits found throughout arid regions, and are commonly used to measure and date past movements of earthquake faults. Offsets of these fan surfaces are readily measured, while the dating of these fans, using methods like... more

Group A
Seismology The top-to-bottom structure of the Garlock Fault Zone uncovered with fiber sensing
James Atterholt, Zhongwen Zhan, Yan Yang, Weiqiang Zhu
The structure of fault zones and the ruptures they host are inextricably linked. Fault zones are narrow, which has made imaging their structure at seismogenic depths a persistent problem. Fiber-optic seismology allows for low-maintenance, long-term... more

Group B
FARM The 2023 Kahramanmaraş, Turkey, earthquake sequence surface ruptures modified multi-earthquake cycle fault damage and spring hydrology
Alexis Ault, Sinan Akciz, Dennis Newell, Musa Balkaya, Alexandra DiMonte, Greg Hirth, Cengiz Zabcı
How do the mechanical, thermochemical, and hydrologic properties of near-surface fault rocks sustain or arrest earthquake ruptures? Addressing this question informs insitu earthquake rupture processes and controls on strong ground motions. New... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Beyond Elasticity

Group A
EFP Factors Controlling the Rate and Magnitudes of Injection-Induced Earthquakes
Jean-Philippe Avouac, Taeho Kim
Advancements in operations central to the world’s transition to a greener economy such as geothermal energy are hampered by a lack of understanding and control of the maximum magnitude event that orders immediate suspension of all operations.... more

Themes: Induced Seismicity | Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis | Operational Earthquake Forecasting

Group A
SDOT Mountain ranges surrounding bends in strike-slip faults reveal fault strength
Curtis Baden, Johanna Nevitt, George Hilley
Frictional fault strength limits the accumulation of stress in the surrounding crust, but this strength is difficult to measure along natural fault systems. Around contractional bends in strike-slip faults, or restraining bends, the concentration of... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Beyond Elasticity

Group B
Poster 082
Geology What can clay minerals tell us about fault mechanics and deformation during the earthquake cycle? Insights from the Hidden Spring fault
Lydia Bailey, Alexis Ault, Sidney Hemming, Alexandra DiMonte, Greg Hirth
Clay minerals are common constituents of fault damage and govern the frictional strength, slip stability, permeability network of fault zones, and commonly exhibit velocity strengthening behavior. K-Ar geochronology of illite from fault gouge is... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Group A
Poster 129
FARM Constitutive behavior of rocks during the seismic cycle
Sylvain Barbot
Establishing a constitutive law for fault friction is a crucial objective of earthquake science. However, the complex frictional behavior of natural and synthetic gouges in laboratory experiments eludes explanations. Here, we present a constitutive... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Beyond Elasticity

Group A
Poster 177
GM Informing Rupture Directivity Modeling with CyberShake Simulations
Jeff Bayless, Norman Abrahamson
In this study, a database of near-fault CyberShake simulations, consisting of many earthquake sources with multiple hypocenters and rupture realizations, is used to evaluate rupture directivity effects in the simulated ground motions. CyberShake... more

Themes: Ground Motion Simulation | Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Group B
Poster 152
EFP A Decade of Prospective Evaluations of One-Day Seismicity Forecasts for California: First Results
José Bayona, Marcus Herrmann, William Savran, Fabio Silva, Philip Maechling, Warner Marzocchi, Maximilian Werner
Since 2007, the Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability (CSEP) has been prospectively evaluating 24-hour seismicity forecasting models for California to address seismological questions with important implications for time-dependent... more

Themes: Community Models | Data-Intensive Computing | Operational Earthquake Forecasting

Group B
Poster 108
FARM Normal Fault Displacement History Provides Clues on Ruptures Along the Southern San Andreas Fault
Luis Bazán Flores, Christodoulos Kyriakopoulos, David Oglesby, Aron Meltzner, Thomas Rockwell, John Fletcher, Daniel Brothers
The generation of large earthquakes along the Southern San Andreas Fault (SSAF) is of major interest for the scientific community. Of particular interest is the initiation phase and the triggering of the SSAF by adjacent smaller faults that might... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes

CEO State of SCEC from the Director
Yehuda Ben-Zion
SCEC Director's yearly State of SCEC address

Seismology Coupled Evolution of Earthquakes, Faults, and Seismic Motion
Yehuda Ben-Zion
Natural faults have ubiquitous geometrical irregularities that produce high off-fault stresses, which generate rock damage (reduced elastic moduli) that modify properties of earthquake ruptures and seismic radiation, which modify in a feedback loop... more

Themes: Beyond Elasticity | Modeling Earthquake Source Processes | Beyond Far-Field Approximations

CEO Community, Education, and Outreach (CEO) Highlights
Mark Benthien, Gabriela Noriega
Highlights of the work of the Community, Education, and Outreach (CEO) team.

CEO SCEC Sponsor Remarks
Michael Blanpied, Albert Kottke, Kevin Reath, Jose Lara
Agency representatives provide their perspectives on future directions relevant to the SCEC community.

SAFS New fault strands and slip rates on faults of the northern San Andreas Fault System: implications on kinematic and earthquake probability models for California
Kimberly Blisniuk
The location and geometry of faults (fault models) and the rate of which a fault slips (deformation models) are first order inputs for earthquake probability models. However, these data can be challenging to obtain in northern California because... more

Group A
Poster 143
FARM Variation of Fault Creep Along the Overdue Istanbul-Marmara Seismic Gap in NW Türkiye
Marco Bohnhoff, Dirk Becker, Patricia Martínez-Garzón, Christopher Wollin, Tugbay Kilic
Strain energy from tectonic loading can be partly released through aseismic creep. Earthquake repeaters, repeatedly activated brittle fault patches surrounded by creep, indicate steady-state creep that affects the amount of seismic energy available... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Special Fault Study Areas: Focus on Earthquake Gates | Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Group B
Poster 148
SDOT Correlation between creep and acoustic emission during earthquake preparation
Nikita Bondarenko, Roman Makhnenko, Yury Podladchikov
The processes occurring during the earthquake preparation and nucleation cannot be captured by elastic- perfectly plastic constitutive models that neglect features of material behavior at subcritical stress. Additional work is required to take into... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Beyond Elasticity | Velocity and Rheology of Basin Sediments

Group A
Poster 181
GM A California state-wide seismic velocity model extracted from the USGS National Crustal Model
Oliver Boyd, Robert Graves, Evan Hirakawa
The U.S. Geological Survey National Crustal Model (NCM) is being developed to improve estimates of site effects in seismic hazard assessments. Primary outputs of the NCM are continuous velocity and density profiles from the Earth’s surface to the... more

Themes: Ground Motion Simulation | Velocity and Rheology of Basin Sediments

Group A
Seismology Deep seismic velocity changes following the 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake
Jared Bryan, William Frank, Pascal Audet
The 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake sequence marks the largest seismic event in Southern California in over 20 years. Information on stress and damage evolution throughout the fault zone is necessary for understanding the dynamics of the event. Noise-... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Beyond Elasticity | Velocity and Rheology of Basin Sediments

Group B
Poster 212
CS Recent Enhancements to the CyberShake PSHA Platform
Scott Callaghan, Philip Maechling, Fabio Silva, Kevin Milner, Kim Olsen, Robert Graves, Christine Goulet, Karan Vahi, Ewa Deelman, Albert Kottke, Yifeng Cui, Thomas Jordan, Yehuda Ben-Zion
The SCEC CyberShake platform performs physics-based probabilistic seismic hazard analysis using 3D wave propagation simulations with reciprocity to produce a rich suite of site-specific and regional hazard data products. We highlight two recent... more

Themes: Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Group B
Seismology Temporal Variation of S-Wave Attenuation During the 2009 L’Aquila, Central Italy, Seismic Sequence
Raul Castro, Leonardo Colavitti, Francesca Pacor, Giovanni Lanzano, Sara Sgobba, Daniele Spallarossa
We investigate possible variations of the spectral decay parameter kappa before and after the April 6, 2009, L’Aquila earthquake (Mw 6.1), central Italy. For this purpose, we analyze foreshocks that occurred 10 days before and groups of aftershocks... more

Themes: Special Fault Study Areas: Focus on Earthquake Gates | Modeling Earthquake Source Processes

Group B
GM Studying overturning and large displacement processes of precariously balanced rocks for ground motion estimation
Zhiang Chen, Ramon Arrowsmith, Jnaneshwar Das, Christine Wittich, Christopher Madugo, Albert Kottke
Studying the overturning and large-displacement processes of precariously balanced rocks (PBRs) facilitates ground motion estimation. Using a physics engine and robotic tools, we developed a virtual shake robot (VSR) to simulate the dynamics of PBRs... more

Themes: Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Group A
Poster 213
CS Numerical modeling of ground surface rupture in large thrust and reverse fault earthquakes: An example from the Cucamonga fault, southern California
Kristen Chiama, Robb Moss, James Dolan, John Shaw
We aim to develop a mechanical basis for understanding ground surface deformation that occurs during large thrust and reverse fault earthquakes, with a particular emphasis on past and future events in southern California. Active thrust faults pose... more

Themes: Risk to Distributed Infrastructure

Group A
Poster 209
CS Quakeworx – A New Science Gateway Framework For Earthquake Simulations
Amit Chourasia, Philip Maechling, Subhash Ramesh, David May, Ahmed Elbanna, Alice-Agnes Gabriel, Yehuda Ben-Zion
We are building a new science gateway framework for the earthquake science and related communities, with anticipated funding from the NSF-CSSI program, that will unify computational, data-driven and observational approaches, provide access to... more

Themes: Community Models | Data-Intensive Computing | Operational Earthquake Forecasting

Group A
Seismology The effect of azimuthal variation on measured stress drop: a case study of the 2019 Ridgecrest sequence
Shanna Chu, Annemarie Baltay, Rachel Abercrombie
A longstanding issue in source seismology is whether or not the variation in measured “stress drop” is due to methodological differences or physical assumptions, which leads to confounding results about predicted ground motion in regional... more

Themes: Modeling Earthquake Source Processes | Ground Motion Simulation

Group B
FARM Non-linear stability analysis of slip in a single-degree-of-freedom elastic system with different frictional evolution laws
Federico Ciardo, Robert Viesca
Pioneer work on stability of steady sliding to infinitesimal perturbations in a spring-block model with rate- and state-dependent friction showed there exists a critical stiffness below which the block would be unstable to perturbations [Rice and... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Community Models | Modeling Earthquake Source Processes

Group A
Seismology Community Seismic Network (CSN): A 1200-station permanent array in Los Angeles
Robert Clayton, Monica Kohler, Yousef Bozorgnia, Ertugrul Taciroglu, Richard Guy
The Community Seismic Network (CSN) has completed it expansion to cover all the schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). This brings the network to over 1200 permanent 3-component accelerometers that report in near-real-time to... more

Themes: Community Models | Ground Motion Simulation | Post-Earthquake Rapid Response

Group B
GM Performance of the GRAPES EEW Algorithm on the 2019 M7.1 Ridgecrest Earthquake
Tim Clements, Elizabeth Cochran, Annemarie Baltay, Sarah Minson, Clara Yoon
The goal of Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) is to characterize when and where strong ground motion is expected as soon as possible after an earthquake starts. The EEW systems currently in use across the world, such as ShakeAlert or the Japan... more

Themes: Data-Intensive Computing | Earthquake Early Warning

Group B
Seismology Densifying station coverage in remote locations with low-cost sensors
Elizabeth Cochran, Benjamin Brooks, Julian Bunn, Tim Clements, Chris Duncan, Todd Ericksen, Graham Kent, Adam Ringler, Seth Saltiel
Sparse station coverage dramatically reduces the ability of earthquake early warning systems, such as the ShakeAlert system in the United States, to rapidly detect and accurately characterize earthquakes to issue alerts to regional populations.... more

Themes: Earthquake Early Warning

Group B
Poster 048
Seismology How robust are repeating earthquake detections? A comparison of different detection strategies
Norma Contreras, Gareth Funning, Taka'aki Taira, Nader Shakibay Senobari
Repeating earthquakes (‘repeaters’) are sequences of periodic or near-periodic collocated earthquakes that produce nearly identical waveforms. Repeaters are commonly found on, and associated with, regions of creep (aseismic slip) on a fault, and can... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Special Fault Study Areas: Focus on Earthquake Gates

Group A
EFP Aftershock forecasting in Hawai`i: accounting for a complex mix of tectonic and magmatic processes.
Olana Costa, Andrew Michael
Earthquake aftershock forecasts serve to relay situational awareness of the probability of experiencing aftershocks to the public, emergency managers, and other people who make decisions about response and recovery activities. Currently, the U.S.... more

Themes: Operational Earthquake Forecasting | Post-Earthquake Rapid Response

Group A
FARM Decoding 3D Geometry's Role in Earthquake Cycles: Application to the Central Chile subduction zone
Jorge Crempien, Marco Herrera, Marcos Moreno, José Cembrano
Earthquakes exhibit complex rupture patterns and variable sizes along fault segments. Understanding rupture segmentation and predicting large quake frequencies is vital for hazard assessment. This study focuses on the impact of plate interface... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time

Group B
Poster 208
CS Progress of porting AWP-ODC to next generation HPC architectures and a 4-Hz Iwan-type nonlinear dynamic simulation of the ShakeOut scenario on TACC Frontera
Yifeng Cui, Daniel Roten, Akash Palla, Anish Govind, Scott Callaghan, Mattew Norman, Lars Koesterke, Wenyang Zhang, Philip Maechling
AWP-ODC is a 4th-order finite difference code used by the SCEC community for linear wave propagation, Iwan-type nonlinear dynamic rupture and wave propagation, and Strain Green Tensor simulation. We have ported and verified the CUDA-version of AWP-... more

Themes: Beyond Elasticity | Ground Motion Simulation | Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis

Group B
EFP A global survey of short term slow slip events and its influence on crustal earthquakes
Kelian Dascher-Cousineau, Roland Bürgmann
Slow slip events, unfolding over days to years, have been proposed to mediate stress transfer and earthquake nucleation. This study systematically analyzes the relationship between slow slip events and seismicity. We aggregate a comprehensive global... more

Themes: Stress and Deformation Over Time | Modeling Earthquake Source Processes | Operational Earthquake Forecasting

Group B
CEO High-Performance Seismology CyberTraining (HPS) 2023: Data Science and HPC
Marine Denolle, Alice-Agnes Gabriel, Yinzhi Wang, Yiyu Ni, Congcong Yuan, Pablo Iturrieta, José Bayona, Fabio Silva, Mei-Hui Su, Philip Maechling, Scott Callaghan, Rob Fatland, Naomi Alterman, Sebastian Wolf, Nico Schliwa, Dave May, Chenxiao Wang, Carl Tape, Bryant Chow
We present the development of an advanced-seismology training curriculum (https://seisscoped.org/HPS/) to train researchers in advanced skills in data processing, numerical methods, and parallel computing. We developed teaching materials and... more

Themes: Data-Intensive Computing | Experiential Learning and Career Advancement


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