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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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Sotiris Valkaniotis Dec 11
GoogleEarth has updated imagery for and you can browse in detail the surface ruptures! You can follow the guide from INGV
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Klaus Reicherter Dec 11
review paper is now available online – with free access: Röbke, B.R., Vött, A. (2017): The tsunami phenomenon. Progress in Oceanography 159: 296-322. Share Link:
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paleoseismicity Dec 11
Paleoseismology sessions at LACSC/SSA Seismology of the Americas meeting, 14-17 May, 2018, Miami, FL w/ thx 2 Kate Scharer & Sinan Akçiz
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Stéphane Baize Dec 10
My two extended abstracts (as a first author) presented during Days in New Zealand are on @ZENODO_OR. Upper Rhine Graben: Surface Rupture Database (SURE):
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paleoseismicity Dec 10
See some amazing landslides in Central Asia & learn more abt how they work: Join this field school in w/ Sascha Strom & Kanatbek Abdrakhmatov:
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paleoseismicity Dec 8
Replying to @stefano_geologo
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paleoseismicity Dec 8
Summer School on rockslides and related phenomena 15-30 August, 2018, in Kyrgyzstan
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Emma Hatton Dec 5
New coverage of the InSAR Portal
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Francesco Visini Dec 6
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Alex Copley Dec 5
Surface motion during last week's earthquake in Kerman province in Iran, measured using radar satellite data. Fault slip buried at depth. Each coloured fringe is ~3cm of ground motion. Data: Sentinel-1, Analysis: and
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paleoseismicity Dec 5
6th Int'l Colloquium on Historical EQs & paleoseismology: contribution to long-term seis activity & SeisHaz assessment: 24-26 Oct 2018, Han-sur-Lesse, BEL
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Yann Klinger Dec 4
if, unfortunately, you did not make it for the last-week workshop "Great Earthquakes" at College de France you can still catch up videos and presentations here:
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Cambridge Earth Sciences Dec 4
PhD project: how do earthquake cycles make geological structures? with & James Jackson
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Antonio Aretxabala Dec 4
M4 Intensidad sísmica V a las 9:47h. Esperamos testimonios. Más info:
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Jussi Mattila Dec 4
Interested to know more about the distribution of landslides associated with postglacial earthquakes in Finland? If yes, then check out our recent paper:
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NTU Singapore Dec 2
Congrats to geologist Prof Kerry Sieh for being elected Fellow for his efforts in advancing in the fields of and .
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Tim Craig Dec 4
New paper with et al on the 2015 Pishan eq and its implications for folding, faulting, and Tibetan rheology!
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paleoseismicity Dec 4
New paper: , largest city in , sits on an active fault that hasn't ruptured in historical times:
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GfGD Dec 2
We have a great new international team of early-career geoscientists writing for our blog - have a read of their articles here...
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Nathan Niemi Nov 30
Shaking things up in southern California - Long-term exhumation rates exceed paleoseismic slip rates in the central Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County, California - Niemi and Clark, Geology,
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