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.
The EGU2019 and SSA21019 are close. The programmes of the Fault2SHA sessions are available online:
See you in Wien and Seattle!
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!