Eric Kirby

College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
Oregon State University
Professor and Associate Dean of Academic Programs

Expertise: neotectonics, geomorphology
 
 
About Me Publications
Figueiredo, P. M., Carter, M. W., Cattanach, B., Douglas, T. J., Hill, J. S., Kirby, E., Korte, D., Lynn, A., Merschat, A., Owen, L. A., Scheip, C., Stewart, K., Wells, S. B., & Wooten, R. M. (2020, 08). Preliminary observations of Mw 5.1 Sparta (North Carolina) surface deformation – a first documented Mw 5 instrumental earthquake surface rupture in Eastern USA?. Poster Presentation at 2020 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 10753
Hill, J. S., Cattanach, B. L., Douglas, T. J., Figueiredo, P. M., Kirby, E., Korte, D. M., Lynn, A. S., Merschat, A. J., Owen, L. A., Scheip, C., Stewart, K. G., Wells, S. B., & Wooten, R. M. (2020, 08). Surface rupture of the Little River fault in response to the August 9, 2020 Mw 5.1 earthquake near Sparta, North Carolina. Poster Presentation at 2020 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 10742
Regalla, C., Pangrcic, H., Kirby, E., & McDonald, E. (2016, 08). Late Holocene rupture history of the Ash Hill fault, Eastern California Shear Zone. Poster Presentation at 2016 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6840
McAuliffe, L. J., Dolan, J. F., Kirby, E., Rollins, C., Haravitch, B., Alm, S., & Rittenour, T. M. (2013). Paleoseismology of the southern Panamint Valley fault: Implications for regional earthquake occurrence and seismic hazard in southern California. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 118(9), 5126-5146. doi: 10.1002/jgrb.50359. SCEC Contribution 1746
Frankel, K. L., Glazner, A. F., Kirby, E., Monastero, F. C., Strane, M. D., Oskin, M. E., Unruh, J., Walker, J., Anandakrishnan, S., Bartley, J. M., Coleman, D. S., Dolan, J. F., Finkel, R., Greene, D., Kylander-Clark , A., Marrero, S., Owen, L. A., & Phillips, F. (2008). Active Tectonics of the Eastern California Shear Zone. In E. Dubendorfer, & G. Smith (Eds.), GSA Field Guide 11: Field Guide to Plutons, Volcanoes, Faults, Reefs, Dinosaurs, and Possible Glaciation in Selected Areas of Arizona, California, and Nevada, (, pp. 43-81) Boulder, : Geological Society of America doi: 10.1130/2008.fld011(03). SCEC Contribution 1131

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