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paleoseismicity
Pa·le·o·seis·mic·i·ty [ pālē·ə·sīz·mĭs′ĭ·tē ] noun, plural -ties. Ancient earthquake activity. A multi author blog.
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Mark Allen Apr 23
Final version of our paper on the Huoshan Fault, which killed ~270,000 in the 1303 Hongdong earthquake; see JGR:
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Earthworks-Jobs.com Apr 23
Senior Scientists (m/f): Earth Surface Process Modelling - Potsdam, Germany -
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Aram Fathian Baneh Apr 22
Surface faulting open season!
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Christoph Gruetzner Apr 22
Open position: Head of the Bensberg Seismic Observatory, Univ. Cologne:
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Tina Dura Apr 21
Cascadia 17💯subsidence contact.
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paleoseismicity Apr 21
Large landslide in the epicentral area of the 1889 Chilik M8 ,
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paleoseismicity Apr 21
Image Analysis Workshop in Basel, 4-8 June, 2018 by Renée Heilbronner: micro-structural analyses
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paleoseismicity Apr 21
2 positions available starting 2018/19 in the Geological Institute 1 postdoctoral senior assistant position: 2 postdoctoral positions: cc
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paleoseismicity Apr 21
Young Researchers in Structural Geology and Conference in Montgenevre, France, 2-6 July 2018: Plus: Pre-conference 3D workshop:
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Gloria I. López Apr 12
Rain, fog, cold or mud, it's always good to be in the field & find new sites!! & Nuclides dating
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NJ7L Portland Apr 16
USGS | Paleoseismology and the Hayward Fault
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Silke Mechernich Apr 16
First time I uploaded a preprint to : Our accepted JGR paper with at the Pisia fault, . Article: - Supplementary Information: Particular thanks to all coauthors!
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Tim Dawson Apr 18
View of the Hayward Fault at Cal Memorial Stadium from high up in the stands. Fault cuts through the “s” in “Bears”.
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paleoseismicity Apr 18
New paper by Olaf Zielke: Recurrence and the Resolution Potential of Tectono‐Geomorphic Records.
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Yann Klinger Apr 17
Using 1958 airphotos to rework the 1957 Goby Altai M8 earthquake slip distribution and developing new ways to extract info about past earthquakes, now online:
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Tim Dawson Apr 17
Published on the eve of the 1906 EQ anniversary and the rollout: A article about development, earthquakes, and current building codes in a dense urban area: San Francisco’s Big Seismic Gamble
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Martin H. Trauth Apr 16
The new master's course in "Remote sensing, geoInformation and Visualization" at U Potsdam is no longer admissions restricted. If you meet the requirements you will be admitted. Application from 1 Apr to 9 Sep 2018. More at
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Ken Hudnut Apr 14
‘Wait, so I can just click on any of these links and get tons of free scientific information on the Hayward Fault, the M 6.8 1868 earthquake on it, and the new Scenario for FREE?!’ Yes, you can. Free as the breeze. Enjoy!
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Blaž Apr 14
On this day in 1895, hit the capital of , . 22 people died that day and it took 15 years to rebuild the city.
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paleoseismicity Apr 12
What a huge trench. All dirt, no fault?
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