Ryan Turner

Research Interests
I worked with Roland Bürgmann's Active Tectonics group, specifically looking at repeating earthquakes and slip rates in the central creeping section of the San Andreas Fault. My main project focused on correlating variable slip rates derived from repeating earthquakes with slip rates from geodetic sources such as creep meters, GPS and InSAR.

Publications
Turner, R. C., M. Shirzaei, R. M. Nadeau, and R. Bürgmann (2015), Slow and Go: Pulsing Slip Rates on the Creeping Section of the San Andreas Fault, Jour. Geophys. Res., 120, doi: 10.1002/2015JB011998.
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Turner, R. C., R. M. Nadeau, and R. Bürgmann (2013), Aseismic slip and fault interaction from repeating earthquakes in the Loma Prieta aftershock zone, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, doi: 10.1029/grl.50212.
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Nadeau R.M., Turner R.C..  Slip Transients, Deficit and Release from Repeating Earthquakes.  Berkeley Seismological Laboratory 2010-2011 Annual Report.  

Presentations
Turner R.C., Nadeau R.M., Bürgmann R.  Aseismic Slip, Repeating Earthquakes and Fault Interaction in the Loma Prieta Aftershock Zone.  Poster session presented at: 8th Annual Northern California Earthquake Hazards Workshop; 2012 January 24-25; USGS, Menlo Park, California

Turner R.C., Nadeau R.M., Bürgmann R.  Aseismic Slip, Repeating Earthquakes and Fault Interaction in the Loma Prieta Aftershock Zone.  Poster session presented at: 2011 AGU Annual Meeting; 2011 December 5-9; San Francisco, CA. Abstract S23B-2269 (OSPA Honorable Mention)

Nadeau R.M., Turner R.C., and Bürgmann R.  Slip Deficits, Release and Transients Along the Central SAF from Repeating Microearthquakes.  Poster session presented at: 2011 SCEC Annual Meeting; 2011 September 11-14; Palm Springs, CA.