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Seismicity Patterns, Their Statistical Significance and Physical Meaning : Pageoph Topical Volumes - Max Wyss

Seismicity Patterns, Their Statistical Significance and Physical Meaning

Pageoph Topical Volumes

By: Max Wyss (Editor), Kunihiko Shimazaki (Editor), Akihiko Ito (Editor)

Paperback Published: September 1999
ISBN: 9783764362096
Number Of Pages: 526

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This volume contains twenty-five research papers on seismicity patterns, their interpretation and their possible relevance to learning how to predict earthquakes. The interpretation of seismicity patterns has become somewhat controversial. Some researchers present case histories suggesting that earthquakes may be predicted by increased seismic moment release or seismic quiescence and, in general, by understanding the processes of self-organized criticality. Others deny these hypotheses. Although the problem of recognizing foreshocks in real time remains unsolved, new properties of microearthquakes as a function of time are coming to light. Computer modeling of seismicity also is advancing in sophistication and relevance. Surprisingly, b-values seem to hold substantial information about varying local conditions of earthquake generation.

Introduction: Seismicity Patterns, their Statistical Significance and Physical Meaning
Rethinking Earthquake Prediction
Is Earthquake Seismology a Hard, Quantitative Science?
How Can One Test the Seismic Gap Hypothesis? The Case of Repeated Ruptures in the Aleutians
Evolving Towards a Critical Point: A Review of Accelerating Seismic Moment/Energy Release Prior to Large and Great Earthquakes
Seismic Cycles and the Evolution of Stress Correlation in Cellular Automaton Models of Finite Fault Networks
Detailed Distribution of Accelerating Foreshocks before a M 5.1 Earth-quake in Japan
Foreshock Occurrence Rates before Large Earthquakes Worldwide
Time Distribution of Immediate Foreshocks Obtained by a Stacking Method
Pattern Characteristics of Foreshock Sequences
Precursory Activation of Seismicity in Advance of the Kobe, 1995, M = 7.2 Earthquake
The Variation of Stresses due to Aseismic Sliding and its Effect on Seismic Activity
Precursory Seismic Quiescence before the 1994 Kurile Earthquake (M[subscript w] = 8.3) Revealed by Three Independent Seismic Catalogs
Seismicity Analysis through Point-process Modeling: A Review
Representation and Analysis of the Earthquake Size Distribution: A Historical Review and Some New Approaches
Universality of the Seismic Moment-frequency Relation
Physical Basis for Statistical Patterns in Complex Earthquake Populations: Models, Predictions and Tests
Use of Statistical Models to Analyze Periodic Seismicity Observed for Clusters in the Kanto Region, Central Japan
Pore Creation due to Fault Slip in a Fluid-permeated Fault Zone and its Effect on Seismicity: Generation Mechanism of Earthquake Swarm
Coupled Stress Release Model for Time-dependent Seismicity
Recognition of a Locked State in Plate Subduction from Microearthquake Seismicity
Seasonality of Great Earthquake Occurrence at the Northwestern Margin of the Philippine Sea Plate
Eruptions of Pavlof Volcano, Alaska, and their Possible Modulation by Ocean Load and Tectonic Stresses: Re-evaluation of the Hypothesis Based on New Data from 1984-1998
Seismicity Patterns: Are they Always Related to Natural Causes?
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ISBN: 9783764362096
ISBN-10: 376436209X
Series: Pageoph Topical Volumes
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 526
Published: September 1999
Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag AG
Country of Publication: CH
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.81  x 2.74
Weight (kg): 0.92

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