Part III: Ongoing Research Projects

- Time Dependent Fault Slip and Basin Subsidence Using InSAR
- Modeling Broadscale Deformation From Plate Motions and Elastic Strain Accumulation
- Parkfield Research
- Fault Slip Kinematics using Characteristic Microearthquakes
- Constraints on Frictional Heating of Faults

from Fission Track Thermochronology - Historical Earthquake Re-analysis Project
- Northern California Seismicity Project
- Finite Source Model of the Chi-Chi, Taiwan Earthquake Derived from Strong-Motion and GPS Data
- Basin Structure Influences on the Teleseismic Wave Propagation in the Santa Clara Valley, California
- Finite Fault Inversion of the Loma Prieta Earthquake Incorporating Complex Structure
- Feasibility of Real-Time Automated Moment Tensor Determination and Path Calibration for 3D Green's Function Construction
- Automated Moment Tensor Software at the Prototype International Data Center for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
- Modeling of Mantle Electrical Conductivity Anomalies Associated with an Upwelling Hot Plume
- The Pacific plume as seen by S, ScS, and SKS
- Toward the Study Of the Earth Seismic Attenuation and
the D" Layer with a Coupled Method of Spectral Elements and Modal

Solution. - Q Tomography of the Earth's Mantle using Long Period Waveform Data
- Investigating velocity anisotropy in the Earth's mantle
- Resolution of 3D density structure in the mantle using normal mode data
- On the origin of complexity in PKP travel time data
- Lateral Heterogeneity in D'': Constraints From PKP and PcP Travel Time Data
- Three-dimensional waveform calculations

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