Deborah E. Smith

United States Geological Survey
Geophysicist

Expertise: Earthquake Physics, Crustal Stress, Earthquake Statistics
 
 
About Me Publications
Smith, D. E., Kohler, M. D., Andrews, J. R., Chung, A. I., Hartog, R., Henson, I., Given, D. D., & Guiwits, S. (2018, 08). ShakeAlert v. 2.0 Testing and Certification. Poster Presentation at 2018 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 8834
Böse, M., Smith, D. E., Felizardo, C., Meier, M., Heaton, T. H., & Clinton, J. (2017, 08). Rapid Line-Source and Ground-Motion Estimates for Earthquake Early Warning Using FinDer Version 2. Poster Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7557
Smith, D. E., & Dieterich, J. H. (2009). Aftershock sequences modeled with 3D stress heterogeneity and rate-state seismicity equations: Implications for crustal stress estimation. Pure and Applied Geophysics, (under review). SCEC Contribution 1301
Dieterich, J. H., & Smith, D. E. (2009). Nonplanar faults: Mechanics of slip and off-fault damage. Pure and Applied Geophysics, (under review). SCEC Contribution 1280
Persaud, P., Stock, J. M., & Smith, D. E. (2015). Evidence of sub kilometer-scale variability in in-situ stress directions near active faults: an example from the Newport-Inglewood Fault, southern California, Abstract T23C-2972. Poster Presentation at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6218
Persaud, P., Stock, J. M., & Smith, D. E. (2015). Sub Kilometer-scale Variability in In-situ Stress Directions near the Newport-Inglewood Fault, Southern California. Poster Presentation at 2015 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6066

Last updated Aug 24, 2018.