July/Aug 2017

Induced Seismicity in Oklahoma Affects Shallow Groundwater

Chi‐Yuen Wang, Michael Manga, Manoochehr Shirzaei, Matthew Weingarten, Lee‐Ping Wang

Surface Deformation of North‐Central Oklahoma Related to the 2016 Mw 5.8 Pawnee Earthquake from SAR Interferometry Time Series

Eric J. Fielding, Simran S. Sangha, David P. S. Bekaert, Sergey V. Samsonov, Jefferson C. Chang

Geodetic Slip Model of the 3 September 2016 Mw 5.8 Pawnee, Oklahoma, Earthquake: Evidence for Fault‐Zone Collapse

Fred F. Pollitz, Charles Wicks, Martin Schoenball, William Ellsworth, Mark Murray

Rupture Process of the Mw 5.8 Pawnee, Oklahoma, Earthquake from Sentinel‐1 InSAR and Seismological Data

Raphaël Grandin, Martin Vallée, Robin Lacassin

Coulomb Stress Interactions during the Mw 5.8 Pawnee Sequence

Colin Pennington, Xiaowei Chen

A Slip Gap of the 2016 Mw 6.6 Muji, Xinjiang, China, Earthquake Inferred from Sentinel‐1 TOPS Interferometry

Wanpeng Feng, Yunfeng Tian, Yong Zhang, Sergey Samsonov, Rafael Almeida, Peng Liu

Southern Alaska Lithosphere and Mantle Observation Network (SALMON): A Seismic Experiment Covering the Active Arc by Road, Boat, Plane, and Helicopter

Carl Tape, Douglas Christensen, Melissa M. Moore‐Driskell, Justin Sweet, Kyle Smith

May/Jun 2017

The 2016 Kaikōura, New Zealand, Earthquake: Preliminary Seismological Report

A. Kaiser, N. Balfour, B. Fry, C. Holden, N. Litchfield, M. Gerstenberger, E. D’Anastasio, N. Horspool, G. McVerry, J. Ristau, S. Bannister, A. Christophersen, K. Clark, W. Power, D. Rhoades, C. Massey, I. Hamling, L. Wallace, J. Mountjoy, Y.Kaneko, R. Benites, C. Van Houtte, S. Dellow, L. Wotherspoon, K. Elwood, K. Gledhill

Ground‐Motion Observations from the 14 November 2016 Mw 7.8 Kaikoura, New Zealand, Earthquake and Insights from Broadband Simulations

Brendon A. Bradley, Hoby N. T. Razafindrakoto, Viktor Polak

The 2016 Central Italy Seismic Sequence: A First Look at the Mainshocks, Aftershocks, and Source Models

L. Chiaraluce, R. Di Stefano, E. Tinti, L. Scognamiglio, M. Michele, E. Casarotti, M. Cattaneo, P. De Gori, C. Chiarabba, G.Monachesi, A. Lombardi, L. Valoroso, D. Latorre, S. Marzorati

A Comprehensive Earthquake Catalog for Iraq in Terms of Moment Magnitude

Tuna Onur, Rengin Gök, Wathiq Abdulnaby, Hanan Mahdi, Nazar M. S. Numan, Haydar Al‐Shukri, Ammar M. Shakir, Hussein K. Chlaib, Taher H. Ameen, Najah A. Abd

Building Objective 3D Fault Representations in Active Tectonic Settings

Magali Riesner, Pauline Durand‐Riard, Judith Hubbard, Andreas Plesch, John H. Shaw

An Event Database for Rotational Seismology

Johannes Salvermoser, Céline Hadziioannou, Sarah Hable, Lion Krischer, Bryant Chow, Catalina Ramos, JoachimWassermann, Ulrich Schreiber, André Gebauer, Heiner Igel

Mar/Apr 2017

Coseismic Slip in the 2016 Mw 7.8 Ecuador Earthquake Imaged from Sentinel‐1A Radar Interferometry

Ping He, Eric A. Hetland, Qi Wang, Kaihua Ding, Yangmao Wen, Rong Zou

The New Zealand Tsunami Database: Historical and Modern Records

G. Downes, A. Barberopoulou, U. Cochran, K. Clark, F. Scheele

Dynamic Strains for Earthquake Source Characterization

Andrew J. Barbour, Brendan W. Crowell

GrowClust: A Hierarchical Clustering Algorithm for Relative Earthquake Relocation, with Application to the Spanish Springs and Sheldon, Nevada, Earthquake Sequences

Daniel T. Trugman, Peter M. Shearer

Jan/Feb 2017

Characterizing Broadband Seismic Noise in Central London

David N. Green, Ian D. Bastow, Ben Dashwood, Stuart E. J. Nippress

Note: Using 5 broadband seismometers, this paper analysis the noise characteristics in central London, and they found transportation sources generate the majority of the noise. 

KivuSNet: The First Dense Broadband Seismic Network for the Kivu Rift Region (Western Branch of East African Rift)

Adrien Oth, Julien Barrière, Nicolas d’Oreye, Georges Mavonga, Josue Subira, Niche Mashagiro, Benjamin Kadufu, Silvanos Fiama, Gilles Celli, Jean de Dieu Bigirande, Alain Joseph Ntenge, Laurent Habonimana, Charles Bakundukize, François Kervyn

Observations of Seismicity and Ground Motion in the Northeast U.S. Atlantic Margin from Ocean‐Bottom Seismometer Data

Claudia H. Flores, Uri S. ten Brink, Jeffrey J. McGuire, John A. Collins

Nov/Dec 2016

PhasePApy: A Robust Pure Python Package for Automatic Identification of Seismic Phases

Chen Chen, Austin A. Holland

Note: built on obspy, and has 3 phase picker: the frequency-band picker, the AIC function derivative picker, and the kurtosis picker. There are also 1D and 3D associator aiming to associate picked phase to phase types. 

Anomalously Large Ground Motion in the 2016 ML 6.6 Meinong, Taiwan, Earthquake: A Synergy Effect of Source Rupture and Site Amplification

Shiann‐Jong Lee, Te‐Yang Yeh, Yen‐Yu Lin

Earthquake Potential of Active Faults in Taiwan from GPS Observations and Block Modeling

Wu‐Lung Chang, Kuo‐En Ching, Chiou‐Hsien Lee, Yi‐Rui Lee, Chi‐Fang Lee

Facing the Communication Challenges during An Earthquake Swarm Period

Maurice Lamontagne, Brian Flynn, Christine Goulet

Sept/Oct 2016

Preliminary Analysis of Strong Ground Motions in the Heavily Damaged Zone in Mashiki Town, Kumamoto, Japan, during the Mainshock of the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake (Mw 7.0) Observed by a Dense Seismic Array

Yoshiya Hata, Hiroyuki Goto, Masayuki Yoshimi

Note: this paper talked about the very preliminary results from a dense array the author installed to record the M6.0 aftershock, but turned into a M7.0 mainshock later. But data from this array is interesting!

Influence of Wind Turbines on Seismic Records of the Gräfenberg Array

Klaus Stammler, Lars Ceranna

Note: This paper tries to quantify the effect of the Wind Turbines (WT) on the seismic arrays by comparing time spans before and after installation of the WTs in the vicinity of the stations. 

Small‐Scale Array Experiments in Seismic‐Wave Gradiometry

Lauren M. Barker, Charles A. Langston

etas_solve: A Robust Program to Estimate the ETAS Model Parameters

Amato Kasahara, Yuji Yagi, Bogdan Enescu

Note: In this paper, the authors developed a new Fortran program, etas_solve, which is based on the steepest descent method and calculates exact gradient and Hessian using the automatic differentiation technique.

July/Aug 2016

The Seismic Sequence of the 16 September 2015 Mw 8.3 Illapel, Chile, Earthquake

Sergio Ruiz, Emilie Klein, Francisco del Campo, Efrain Rivera, Piero Poli, Marianne Metois, Vigny Christophe, Juan Carlos Baez, Gabriel Vargas, Felipe Leyton, Raúl Madariaga, Luce Fleitout

Coseismic Deformation of the 2015 Mw 6.4 Pishan, China, Earthquake Estimated from Sentinel‐1A and ALOS2 Data

Guangcai Feng, Zhiwei Li, Bing Xu, Xinjian Shan, Lei Zhang, Jianjun Zhu

The 2015 Fillmore Earthquake Swarm and Possible Crustal Deformation Mechanisms near the Bottom of the Eastern Ventura Basin, California

Egill Hauksson, Jennifer Andrews, Andreas Plesch, John H. Shaw, David R. Shelly

SANDWICH: A 2D Broadband Seismic Array in Central Tibet

Xiaofeng Liang, Xiaobo Tian, Gaohua Zhu, Chenglong Wu, Yaohui Duan, Wei Li, Beibei Zhou, Minghui Zhang, GuipingYu, Shitan Nie, Gaochun Wang, Minling Wang, Zhenbo Wu, Zhen Liu, Xi Guo, Xiaopeng Zhou, Zhi Wei, Tao Xu, XiZhang, Zhiming Bai, Yun Chen, Jiwen Teng

Qingkai Kong
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