Dear Fault2SHA members, we published a new section of our website (http://fault2sha.net/paper-gallery/) aim to be a GIVE-ME-A-REASON-TO-READ list of papers interesting for our Working Group.
References are sorted by the year of publication, and alphabetically by the first author. The list will be hopefully updated on a monthly basis.
Anyone believe that his/her paper fits the aims and themes of the Fault2SHA WG, please contact the web administrator (email@example.com) to add your titles to the list. Please send us the reference together with a very short summary with the reasons to read it.
Great success for the 4th Barcelona Workshop. The submissions
If you have already received a confirmation message, please hurry up to complete your registration. If not, be patient, we are finalising the participant list. See you soon in Spain. The Organizing Committee.
The EGU2019 and SSA21019 are close. The programmes of the Fault2SHA sessions are available online:
See you in Wien and Seattle!
The second Annual Report 2017-18 of the Fault2SHA Working Group is available online HERE.
Please download it and leave your comments.
Dear Fault2SHA members and followers,
here the upcoming Conference session involving the Fault2SHA community:
- AGU Fall meeting 2018 – Washington, D.C. (USA) 10-14 Dec. 2018
“Beyond the earthquake cycle – field and modeling constraints of earthquake rupture along complex-geometry fault systems and implications for seismic hazard assessment”
Conveners: Olaf Zielke, Oona Scotti, Paul Martin Mai, and Laura Peruzza.
- EGU General Assembly 2019 – Wien (Austria) 7-12 Apr. 2019
“Active faulting, surface deformation, the earthquake cycle and the implications on seismic hazard assessment (Fault2SHA)”
Conveners: Esther Hintersberger, Silke Mechernich, Oona Scotti and Romain Le Roux-Mallouf.
- SSA Annual Meeting 2019 – Seattle (USA) 23-26 Apr. 2019
“Explore the Fault2SHA paradigms across the Ponds”
Conveners: Laura Peruzza, Ned Field, Richard Styron and Alessandro Valentini.
The KAUST workshop “Advancing Seismic Hazard Assessment: Integrating geological and seismological observations into physics-based rupture simulations”website has been published the preliminary schedule of the meeting:
Have a look!