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Documentation

Simulator File Formats v0.4, plus fault model norcal1. Documents the standard earthquake simulator file formats, including the geometry file, friction file, initial condition file, and event file. The norcal1 fault model is based on Steve Ward's NCA model of Northern California faults. [Download]

Simulator File Formats v0.5. Documents the standard earthquake simulator file formats, including the geometry file, friction file, initial condition file, event file, and station file. Changes in v0.5 include (a) an option in the geometry file to use an x,y,z coordinate system instead of a lat,lon,depth coordinate system; and (b) a new station file to specify the locations of observing stations. [Download]

Fault model norcal2a. Based on Steve Ward's NCAL2 model of Northern California faults. [Download]

Fault model norcal3a. Based on Steve Ward's NCAL2 model of Northern California faults, with the slip tapering at the ends of faults removed. [Download]

Fault model norcal4a. Based on Steve Ward's NCAL4 model of Northern California faults. [Download]

Fault model ALLCAL1. Based on Steve Ward's ALLCAL model of California faults. [Download]

Fault model ALLCAL2, dated 01/07/2011. Based on Steve Ward's ALLCAL2 model of California faults. [Download]

List of paleoseismic sites from UCERF2. [Download]

Select Publications

Seismological Research Letters, Focus Section on Earthquake Simulators, November/December 2012

  • Terry E. Tullis, Preface to the Focused Issue on Earthquake Simulators, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 957-958, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120122. SCEC Contribution 1658
  • Terry E. Tullis, Keith Richards-Dinger, Michael Barall, James H. Dieterich, Edward H. Field, Eric M. Heien, Louise H. Kellogg, Fred F. Pollitz, John B. Rundle, Michael K. Sachs, Donald L. Turcotte, Steven N. Ward and M. Burak Yikilmaz, Generic Earthquake Simulator, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 959-963, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120093. SCEC Contribution 1599
  • Steven N. Ward, ALLCAL Earthquake Simulator, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 964-972, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120056. SCEC Contribution 1633
  • Michael K. Sachs, Eric M. Heien, Donald L. Turcotte, M. Burak Yikilmaz, John B. Rundle and Louise H. Kellogg, Virtual California Earthquake Simulator, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 973-978, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120052. SCEC Contribution 1630
  • Fred F. Pollitz, ViscoSim Earthquake Simulator, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 979-982, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120050. SCEC Contribution 1620
  • Keith Richards-Dinger and James H. Dieterich, RSQSim Earthquake Simulator, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 983-990, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120105. SCEC Contribution 1645
  • Michael Barall, Data Transfer File Formats for Earthquake Simulators, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 991-993, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120040. SCEC Contribution 1627
  • Terry E. Tullis, Keith Richards-Dinger, Michael Barall, James H. Dieterich, Edward H. Field, Eric M. Heien, Louise H. Kellogg, Fred F. Pollitz, John B. Rundle, Michael K. Sachs, Donald L. Turcotte, Steven N. Ward, and M. Burak Yikilmaz, A Comparison among Observations and Earthquake Simulator Results for the allcal2 California Fault Model, Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 6, p. 994-1006, November/December 2012, doi: 10.1785/0220120094. This article includes descriptions and examples of how we analyze, plot, and compare simulator outputs. SCEC Contribution 6246

Presentations at Meetings and Conferences

  • T. Tullis, R. Arrowsmith, M. Barall, J. Dieterich, N. Field, E. Heien, L. Kellogg, F. Pollitz, K. Richards-Dinger, J. Rundle, D. Turcotte, S. Ward, B. Yikilmaz, and O. Zielke, Preliminary Results from SCEC Earthquake Simulator Comparison Project (PDF, 2.9MB)talk presented at AGU Annual Meeting, 2010.
  • T. Tullis, M. Barall, K. Richards-Dinger, S. Ward, E. Heien, O. Zielke, F. Pollitz, J. Dieterich, J. Rundle, B. Yikilmaz, D. Turcotte, L. Kellogg, and E. Field, Preliminary Results for N CA from Earthquake Simulator Comparison Project, SCEC Annual Meeting, 2010. [Poster: Left Half and Right Half]
  • B. E. Shaw, H. Noda, K. Richards-Dinger, S. N. Ward, J. Dieterich, N. Lapusta, and T. E. Tullis (2010), Phase diagrams as method for model intercomparisons: earthquake simulators problem 3, Proceedings and Abstracts 2010 SCEC Annual Meeting, 20.
  • T. Tullis, M. Barall, K. Richards-Dinger, S. Ward, E. Heien, O. Zielke, F. Pollitz, J. Dieterich, J. Rundle, B. Yikilmaz, D. Turcotte, L. Kellogg, and E. Field, SCEC Earthquake Simulator Comparison Project, ACES Workshop, 2010. [Poster: Top Half and Bottom Half]
  • T. Tullis, SCEC EQ Sim Comparison Projecttalk presented at ACES Workshop, 2010.

Related Publications

  • R. Robinson, R. Van Dissen, and N. Litchfield, Using Synthetic Seismicity to Evaluate Seismic Hazard in the Wellington Region, New Zealand. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05161.x. SCEC Contribution 6248