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SSA 2002
Program for the Annual Meeting
Victoria Conference Centre
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada -- 17-19 April 2001

Presenter is indicated in bold.

 


Overview of Technical Program

Oral Sessions

 TheatreSaanichOak Bay
17 April
Wednesday
   
9:00 a.m.-
10:15 a.m.
Nisqually and Other Warm Slab EarthquakesAdvances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical ModelingFault Studies
10:45 a.m.-
12:00 noon
Nisqually and Other Warm Slab EarthquakesAdvances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical ModelingSeismological Studies of the Lithosphere
1:30 p.m.-
2:45 p.m.
Nisqually and Other Warm Slab EarthquakesAdvances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical ModelingSeismological Studies of the Lithosphere
3:45 p.m.-
4:30 p.m.
Analysis of Historic Seismograms Seismological Studies of the Lithosphere
 
18 April
Thursday
   
9:00 a.m.-
10:15 a.m.
Deformation, Transients, and NeotectonicsEarthquake Hazard, Strong Motion, and Source StudiesSeismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents
10:45 a.m.-
12:00 noon
Deformation, Transients, and NeotectonicsEarthquake Hazard, Strong Motion, and Source StudiesSeismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents
2:15 p.m.-
3:15 p.m.
Cascadia StudiesEarthquake Hazard, Strong Motion, and Source StudiesSeismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents
3:45 p.m.-
5:15 p.m.
Cascadia StudiesSeismic Processes of Active Volcanoes: Observations and Modeling 
8:00 p.m.-
10:00 p.m.
Engineering Aspects of the Nisqually Earthquake
 
  
19 April
Friday
   
9:00 a.m.-
10:15 a.m.
Urban Seismology and Site ResponseSeismotectonics, Landslides, and Tsunamis 
10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.
Urban Seismology and Site ResponseSeismotectonics, Landslides, and Tsunamis 
1:30 p.m.-
3:00 p.m.
Urban Seismology and Site ResponseSeismotectonics, Landslides, and Tsunamis 
 

 

Poster Sessions
Posters will be up all day. Presenters will indicate times that they will be available at their poster.

Carson Hall (Level 2)
17 April, Wednesday 
9:00 a.m.-
5:00 p.m.
Analysis of Historic Seismograms A1-A2
 Nisqually and Other Warm Slab Earthquakes B1-B5
 
 Advances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical Modeling C1-C16
 
 Fault Studies D1-D9
 
 Seismological Studies of the Lithosphere E1-E17
 
18 April, Thursday 
9:00 a.m.-
5:00 p.m.
Deformation, Transients, and Neotectonics A1-A5
 
 Paleoseismology B1-B5
 
 Cascadia Studies C1-C6
 
 Earthquake Hazard, Strong Motion, and Source Studies D1-D14
 
 Seismological Observatory Practice: Current Standards E1-E12
 
 Seismic Processes of Active Volcanoes: Observations and Modeling F1-F5
 
 Seismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents G1-G5
 
19 April, Friday 
9:00 a.m.-
4:30 p.m.
Seismotectonics, Landslides and Tsunamis A1-A18
 Urban Seismology and Site Response B1-B17

 

Program

Wednesday a.m., 17 April 2001--Theatre
Nisqually and Other Warm Slab Earthquakes
Presiding: Ken Creager, Bob Crosson, Steve Kirby

9:00   The 2001 Mw 6.8 Nisqually Intraslab Earthquake: An Along-strike Elongated Fault Rupturing Entirely within the Subducted Oceanic Crust? Creager, K. C., Preston, L. A., Xu, Q., and Crosson, R. S.

9:15   Rupture History of the 2001 Nisqually, Washington Earthquake. Xu, Q., Creager, K. C., and Crosson, R. S.

9:30   The February 28, 2001 Nisqually Earthquake: Geodetic Signature of the Foundering Juan de Fuca Slab. Miller, M. M., Johnson, D. J. , Austin, K. E. , Miner, A., Sumner, W. Q., and Qamar, A. (invited).

9:45   Aftershock Impoverishment of the M 6.8 Nisqually Earthquake and Other Intraslab Earthquakes: A Possible Physical Explanation. Kirby, S. H.

10:00   Break

10:45   Geologic Controls on Site Response and Ground Failures in Seattle during the 2001 Nisqually Earthquake. Troost, K. G., Booth, D. B., Shimel, S.A., and Frankel, A.D. (invited).

11:00   Juan de Fuca Plate Seismicity at the Northern End of the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Bolton, M. K. and Rogers, G. C.

11:15   Source Parameters of In-slab Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes. Ichinose, G. A. and Thio, H. K.

11:30   The 1873 Brookings, Oregon Earthquake and Its Implications for Intraplate Seismicity and Hazard within the Central Cascadia Subduction Zone. Wong, I. G.

11:45   Bending Stress, Dehydration Embrittlement, and Intermediate-depth Earthquakes. Wang, K.
 

Wednesday a.m., 17 April 2001--Saanich
Advances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical Modeling
Presiding: David McCormack, Kin-Yip Chun

9:00   Spatial Clustering of Seismicity and Precise Event Locations in China. Waldhauser, F., Schaff, D., Richards, P. G., and Kim, W.-Y.

9:15   Using Teleseismic Travel-time Calibrations Based on a 3D Earth Model to Improve Seismic Event Location. Bhattacharyya, J., McLaughlin, K., Yang, X., Antolik, M., and Ekström, G.

9:30   1D vs. 3D and Quasi-3D Travel-time Calculation and Model Calibration. Saikia, C. K., Thio, H. K., and Ichinose, G. A.

9:45   Improved Seismic Event Location in Europe, Middle East, North Africa, and Western Asia Using 3D-model-based Regional Travel Times. McLaughlin, K., Yang, X., Bondar, I, Bhattacharyya, J., Israelsson, H., Kirichenko, V., Kraev, Y., Engdahl, E. R., Ritzwoller, M., Levshin, A., Shapiro, N., Barmin, M., Antolik, M., Dziewonski, A., Ekstrom, G., Gupta, I., Wagner, R., Hofstetter, A., Shapira, A., and Laske, M. G.

10:00   A Single-event Relocation of Local Earthquakes in the NMSZ Using a 3D Vp and Vs Crustal Velocity Model. Chiu, J. M., Chen, H., Pujol, J., Chiu, S. C., and Withers, M.

10:15   Break

10:45   How Similar Are Repeating Earthquakes? Nadeau, R. M., Uhrhammer, R. A., and McEvilly, T. V.

11:00   Seismology of Impacts. McCormack, D. A.

11:15   Hydroacoustic Signals Detected in Polynesia from Mega-icebergs Drifting in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Talandier, J., Piserchia, P.-F., Okal, E. A., and Hyvernaud, O.

11:30   The Variability of Phase Spectral Ratios and Its Reduction. Xie, J.

11:45   Envelopes of Vertical-component Seismograms at Long Periods: Array Analysis and a Scattering Model. Sato, Haruo, Maeda, T., and Ohtake, M.
 

Wednesday a.m., 17 April 2001--Oak Bay
Fault Studies
Presiding: Kim Olsen

9:00   Direct Measurement of the Slip Weakening Distance from Near-fault Strong-motion Data. Olsen, K. B., Fukuyama, E., and Mikumo, T.

9:15   Quick Slip Distribution Determination of Moderate to Large Earthquakes Using Near-source Strong-motion Waveforms. Ma, Kuo-Fong.

9:30   A Fault Constitutive Relation Accounting for Thermal Pressurization of Pore Fluid. Andrews, D. J.

9:45   The Dynamics of a Nonplanar Thrust Fault. Oglesby, D. D. and Archuleta, R. J.
 

Wednesday a.m., 17 April 2001--Oak Bay
Seismological Studies of the Lithosphere
Presiding: Michael Bostock, Gene Humphreys

10:45   National, International, and Global Coordination in Observational Seismology. Simpson, D. W.

11:00   An Inverted Continental Moho and the Serpentinization of the Forearc Mantle. Bostock, M. G., Hyndman, R. D., Rondenay, S., and Peacock, S. M.

11:15   Lithospheric Structure of Peninsula India. Owens, T. J., Prakasam, K. S., and Rai, S. S.

11:30   Seismic Evidence for Mantle Control of the Laramide Orogen and Cenozoic Magmatism Uplift in the Western U.S. Humphreys, E. D. and Dueker, K. G.
 

Wednesday p.m., 17 April 2001--Theatre
Nisqually and Other Warm Slab Earthquakes
Presiding: Ken Creager, Bob Crosson, Steve Kirby

1:30   The 2001 Geiyo Earthquake and the Structure of the Warm Philippine Sea Slab under Southwest Japan. Zhao, Dapeng, Hirata, N., and Obara, K. (invited).

1:45   The BEAAR Facts: Sampling the Alaskan Slab, Wedge, and Mountains with a Broadband Experiment across the Alaska Range (BEAAR). Abers, G. A., Stachnik, J., Pozgay, S., Christensen, D. H., Hansen, R., and Meyers, E. V.

2:00   The Source Process of the Geiyo Earthquake of 24 March 2001 Obtained by Joint Inversion of Teleseismic and Near-field Data. Yagi, Yuji and Kikuchi, Masayuki (invited).

2:15   Seismic Hazard from In-slab Earthquakes. Bent, A. L.

2:30   Seismic Characteristics of Normal-fault Intraslab Earthquakes: Implications for Seismic Hazard Estimation. Choy, G. L. and Kirby, S. H. (invited).
 

Wednesday p.m., 17 April 2001--Theatre
Analysis of Historic Seismograms
Presiding: Phil Cummins, Diane Doser

3:15   Analysis of Crustal Seismicity (1933-1943) near Anchorage, Alaska and Implications for Seismic Hazard from Crustal Earthquake Sources. Doser, D. I. and Flores, C.

3:30   The 1938 Shioyasaki-oki Earthquake Sequence. Cummins, P. R., Baba, T., Miura, S., Kaneda, Y., and Uhira, K.

3:45   Fault Asperity of Large Earthquakes in Japan Inferred from Low-gain Historical Seismograms. Kikuchi, Masayuki, Yamanaka, Yoshiko, and Nakamura, Misao (invited).

4:00   The 1953-1957 Mackenzie Mountains Earthquake Sequence. Cassidy, J. F., Schmitt, S., and Bent, A.

4:15   The Rupture Processes of the 1994 Tonankai and 1946 Nankaido Earthquakes Determined from Historical Waveform Data. Thio, H. K., Ichinose, G., Somerville, P. G., Ishii, T., and Sato, T.

4:30   SISMOS Project: Recovering and Reprocessing Historical Seismic Data. Bono, A., De Simoni, B., Megna, A., Nardi, A., and Palombo, B.
 

Wednesday p.m., 17 April 2001--Saanich
Advances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical Modeling
Presiding: David McCormack, Kin-Yip Chun

1:30   A New Viscoelastic 3D Fourth-order Staggered-grid Finite-difference Scheme for Media with Material Discontinuities. Kristek, J. and Moczo, P.

1:45   Prediction of Aftershock Energy Release Using a Kinetic Approach. Marcellini, A. and Pagani, M.

2:00   Neural Networks Application in Real-time Earthquake Prediction. Haider, Sultan.
 

Wednesday p.m., 17 April 2001--Oak Bay
Seismological Studies of the Lithosphere
Presiding: Michael Bostock, Gene Humphreys

1:30   Constraints on Plate-tectonic Driving Forces from Seismology. Bokelmann, G.

1:45   Shear-wave Anisotropy and Backarc Mantle Flow in the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Currie, C. A., Cassidy, J. F., Hyndman, R. D., and Bostock, M. G.

2:00   Seismic Anisotropy above the Fiordland Subduction Zone, New Zealand. Gledhill, K. R. and Savage, M. K. S.

2:15   Georgia Basin Geohazards Initiative: Mapping of Near-surface Active Faults. Riedel, M., Barrie, V., Brocher, T. M., Cassidy, J. F., Chapman, N. R., Hill, P., Hyndman, R. D., Iwanowska, K., MacDonald, R., Mosher, D. C., Rogers, G. C., Spence, G. D., and Pratt, T. L.

2:30   Break

3:15   Structure of the Upper Mantle beneath the Canadian High Arctic from Analysis of Rayleigh Waves. Darbyshire, F. A. and Priestley, K. F.

3:30   Shear-wave Velocity Structure and Moho Depth beneath Eastern Canada from Receiver-function Analysis. Bent, A. L.

3:45   Velocity Structures of the Southern Tarim Basin, Northwest China, from Inversion of Receiver Functions. Kao, H., Gao, R., Sambridge, M., and Cassidy, J. F.

4:00   The Effects of Melt Depletion and Temperature on the Densities and Seismic Velocities of Garnet Lherzolite. Schutt, D. L., Lesher, C. E., and Pickering-Witter, J.
 

Wednesday, 17 April 2001--Carson Hall
Analysis of Historic Seismograms
Posters

A1   Source Parameters of Selected Large European Earthquakes from the Beginning of the 20th Century. Dineva, S., Batllo, J., Macia, R., and Michaylov, D.

A2   The San Francisco Bay Region Historical Earthquake Reanalysis Project. Uhrhammer, R. A.
 

Wednesday, 17 April 2001--Carson Hall
Nisqually and other Warm Slab Earthquakes
Posters

B1   Modified Mercalli Intensities (MMI) in the Large Puget Sound Earthquakes of 1949, 1965, and 2001. Dewey, J. W. and Hopper, M. G.

B2   Intraslab Earthquakes and Insured Risk in the Pacific Northwest. Windeler, D. S., Williams, C. R., Molas, G. L., Rahnama, M., Morrow, G. C., Pena, A., Rodriguez, A., and Bryngelson, J.

B3   Simultaneous Inversion for Hypocentral Locations, 3D Wavespeeds, and Reflector Geometry. Preston, L. A., Creager, K. C., Crosson, R. S., and Symons, N. P.

B4   The Thermal Structure of Warm Subduction Zones and Implications for Seismic Hazard: Mexico versus Cascadia. Currie, C. A., Hyndman, R. D., and Wang, K.

B5   Ground-motion Attenuation during the 2001 El Salvador Earthquakes and Implications for British Columbia, Canada. Onur, T. and Ventura, C. E.
 

Wednesday, 17 April 2001--Carson Hall
Advances in Event Location, Source Discrimination, and Mathematical Modeling
Posters

C1   Human and Soviet Organizational Factors in Origin Time Distribution of UNT's at STS. Khalturin, Vitaly I.

C2   Seismic Magnitude and Charge-size Distribution of Mine-blasting Activity. Khalturin, V. I., Rautian, T. G., and Richards, P. G.

C3   Moment Tensors and Monitoring. Hellweg, M., Dreger, D., and Romanowicz, B.

C4   Transfer Functions and Seismic Discrimination. Renwald, M. D., Wallace, T. C., and Taylor, S. R.

C5   Experiments in Test Site Transparency: Detection Threshold for NTS. Paquette, A. M. and Wallace, T. C.

C6   Progress in Wide-area Seismic Event Location on the Regional Scale. Fisk, M., Burlacu, V., Armbruster, J., Khalturin, V., Kim, W.-Y., Richards, P. G., Saikia, C., Ichinose, G., Morozova, E., Morozov, I., and Cormier, V.

C7   Relocation and Doublets Study of French Nuclear Tests in the South Pacific. Li, A., Waldhauser, F., and Richards, P. G.

C8   Assessing Location Improvements without Ground Truth Data. Bondar, I., McLaughlin, K., Yang, X., and Bhattacharyya, J.

C9   Assessing Uncertainties in Phase Arrival Times for Regional Seismic Events. Velasco, A. A., Anderson, D. N., and Young, C. J.

C10   The Littlest Earthquakes in the GSN? Butler, R.

C11   Improving Location Using a 3D Earth Model of Western China and East Asia. Aprea, C., Bradley, C. R., and Steck, L. K.

C12   3D Tomographic Images in Northeastern China and Japan: A First-hand Deep Seismic Probing Using Data from GPS-relocated Chinese Network Stations. Chun, Kin-Yip and Liu, Jingsong.

C13   Modeling Path Effects across the Tibetan Plateau Anomalous Q Structure: Improving Source Discriminants. Bradley, C. R., Lay, T., Fan, G., and Steck, L. K.

C14   Numerical Investigation of Lg Geometrical Spreading. Yang, X.

C15   Regional Path Calibration Using Multiple-station Amplitude Tomography. Phillips, W. S. and Hartse, H. E.

C16   On the Implementation of Perfectly Matched Layers in a 3D Fourth-order Velocity-stress Finite-difference Scheme. Marcinkovich, C. and Olsen, K. B.
 

Wednesday, 17 April 2001--Carson Hall
Fault Studies
Posters

D1   Foam Rubber and Numerical Simulations of Near-fault Seismic Directivity. Gonzalez, S. H., Anooshehpoor, A., Day, S. M., and Brune, J. N.

D2   Three-dimensional Visualization of Fault Slip Data. Michael, A. J. and Hardebeck, J. L.

D3   On the Relevance of Thermal-viscous Coupling as a Model of Frictional Constitutive Relationship. Kameyama, Masanori.

D4   Time-dependent Depth Distribution of Aftershocks: Implications for Fault Mechanics and Crustal Rheology. Rolandone, F., Bürgmann, R., and Nadeau, R. M.

D5   Earth Surface Deformations with Dilatancy Effects during the Slip-weakening Process in Two Systems of Shear Subfaults Propagation. Bykovtsev, A. S. and Katz, A. A.

D6   Coincident Georadar and Shallow Seismic Reflection Profiles over Faults in the New Madrid and Wabash Valley Seismic Zones. Sexton, John L., Coulibaly, M., and Bodziak, R.

D7   Inferences from Trapped Waves on Shallow Fault Zone Layer in the Karadere-Düzce Branch of the North Anatolian Fault. Ben-Zion, Y., Peng, Z., Okaya, D., Seeber, L. Armbruster, J. G., Michael, A. J., and Ozer, N.

D8   Geological and Structural Constraints on Active Faulting and Fault Displacement at California Memorial Stadium, University of California at Berkeley. Wells, D. L., Hall, N. T., Swan, F. H., Doolin, D., and Williams, P.

D9   Locating the Brawley Fault North of the 1979 Rupture, Imperial County, California. Meltzner, A. J., Rockwell, T. K., Clayton, R. W., and Stock, J. M.
 

Wednesday, 17 April 2001--Carson Hall
Seismological Studies of the Lithosphere
Posters

E1   Mining the IMS Database for Studies of Deep Earth Structure. Koper, K. D., Pyle, M. L., and Franks, J. M.

E2   Group Velocity Tomography and Surface-wave-derived Velocity Model of Western Eurasia and North Africa. Pasyanos, M. E. and Walter, W. R.

E3   Surface-wave Dispersion in the Region between Taiwan and Korea. Cho, K. H. and Lee, K.

E4   Neighborhood Inversion of Teleseismic Ps Conversions: Dipping, Anisotropic Structure beneath the Tibetan Plateau. Frederiksen, A. W., Folsom, H., and Zandt, G.

E5   Density Structure of the Upper Mantle under North America. Kaban, M. K. and Mooney, W. D.

E6   2D Gravity Modeling of the Southern California Lithosphere. Romanyuk, T., Mooney, W. D., and Detweiler, S.

E7   Coincident Deep Seismic Refraction and Reflection Studies in a Northern Segment of the Southern Granulite Terrain, India. Reddy, P. R., Sain, K., Vijaya Rao, V., and Mooney, W. D.

E8   Including Anisotropy in 3D Velocity Inversion and Application to Marlborough, New Zealand. Eberhart-Phillips, D. and Henderson, C. M.

E9   Crust and Upper Mantle Structure in the Southwestern United States Using Receiver Functions. Wilson, D. C., Aster, R., Schlue, J., Ni, J., Grand, S., Gao, W., Baldridge, S., and Semken, S.

E10   An Elastic Kirchhoff Method for Computing Synthetic Seismograms: Modeling the Receiver-function Response of an Irregular Moho Surface. Eaton, D. W., Hope, J., and Bohlen, T.

E11   High-frequency Ground-motion Scaling in the Yunnan Region. Wand, C. Y., Herrmann, R. B., and Chan, W.

E12   Three-dimensional P-wave Velocity Model of the Crust Derived from Aftershock Data Collected for the 2001 Bhuj, India Earthquake. Powell, C., Bodin, P., Horton, S., and Vlahovic, G.

E13   Initial Results from the BEAAR Experiment: Simultaneous Inversion of Displacement Spectra to Calculate Source Parameters, Site Effects, and Attenuation. Marriott, D. A. and Hansen, R. A.

E14   Seismic Attenuation and Source Scaling from Intermediate-depth Earthquakes: BEAAR Results from Central Alaska. Stachnik, J. C., Abers, G. A., and Christensen, D. H.

E15   Interpretation of the LARSE II Refraction Data from the San Fernando Valley Sedimentary Basin. Simila, Gerry, Thygesen, K., Thybo, H., Fuis, G., Murphy, J. M., and Okaya, D. A.

E16   Characterization of the Elastic Properties of the Northern Cascadia Accretionary Prism Using Reflection Amplitude Variation with Offset. Blay, C. J. and Calvert, A. J.

E17   Drilling and Instrumenting a Subduction Zone Megathrust: The Proposed Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone Borehole Observatory. Tobin, H. J., Kimura, G., Mikada, H., Kodaira, S., and Henry, P.
 

Thursday a.m., 18 April 2001--Theatre
Deformation, Transients, and Neotectonics
Presiding: Herb Dragert

9:00   Seismology without Seismometers: Towards Characterizing Aseismic Slip on the Deeper Cascadia Subduction Interface. Dragert, H., Wang, K., Schmidt, M., Lu, Y., and Mazzotti, S.

9:15   Periodic Silent Earthquakes. Johnson, D. J., Melbourne, T., Miller, M. M., and Sumner, W. Q.

9:30   Anomalous Transient Deformation and Silent Earthquakes along the Sagami Trough and the Nankai Trough Subduction Zones. Sagiya, T., Ozawa, S., and Inoue, M. (invited).

9:45   GPS Modeling of Deformation in Washington State. Ning, Z. and Qamar, A.

10:00   Postseismic Deformation of Long-rupture (~900 km) Great Subduction Earthquakes and Mantle Viscosity. Wang, K., He, J., Dragert H. and Khazaradze, G. (invited).

10:15   Break

10:45   GPS Imaging of the Transition from the Cascadia Megathrust to the Queen Charlotte Transform Fault. Mazzotti, S., Dragert, H., Hyndman, R. D., Schmidt, M., Flueck, P., and Smith, A.

11:00   Seismicity in NW Canada and SE Alaska: Strain Distribution from the Yakutat Collision to the Northern Cordillera. Mazzotti, S., Hyndman, R. D., Lewis, T. J., Flueck, P., Cassidy, J., Rogers, G. C., and Ristau, J.

11:15   Observations and Models of Time-dependent Deformation Related to the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. Donnellan, A. and Lyzenga, Gregory.

11:30   Monitoring Transient Plate Strain with Deep-ocean Borehole Hydrologic Observatories. Davis, E., Wang, K., and Cassidy, J., and Becker, Keir.
 

Thursday a.m., 18 April 2001--Saanich
Earthquake Hazards, Strong Motion, and Source Studies
Presiding: Chris Cramer, Mark Petersen

9:00   Recorded Motions of Three Instrumented Structures in British Columbia, Canada during the Nisqually Earthquake. Ventura, C. E. and Onur, T.

9:15   Earthquake Source Scaling. Chen, S. Z.

9:30   Dynamic Corner Frequency: A New Concept in Stochastic Finite Fault Modeling. Motazedian, D. and Atkinson, G. M.

9:45   Far-field Radiation of a New Class of Kinematic Models: Symmetric and Asymmetric Circular and Elliptical Cracks. Dong, G. and Papageorgiou, A. S.

10:00   A Simple Mathematical Expression for the Representation of Near-field Ground Motions. Mavroeidis, G. P. and Papageorgiou, A. S.

10:15   Break

10:45   Evidence for Large-amplitude Attenuation Fluctuations in the Source Region Following the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake. Chun, K.-Y. and Henderson, G. A.

11:00   Effects of the Permanent Displacement on Ground Motions and Response Spectra. Chiu, H. C.

11:15   Estimating Slab Earthquake Response Spectra from a 3D Q Model. Eberhart-Phillips, D. and McVerry, G.

11:30   Three-dimensional Finite-difference Viscoelastic Seismic Modeling Using PC-Cluster. Hayashi, K. and Hikima, K.
 

Thursday a.m., 18 April 2001--Oak Bay
Seismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents
Presiding: John Adams, Clark Fenton

9:00   Hazard from Great Intraplate Earthquakes: New Lessons from New Data, New Lessons from Old Data. Hough, S. E. and Martin, S.

9:15   The 2001 Gujarat, India Earthquake and Eastern North America Ground-motion Attenuation and Magnitude-area Relations: Impact on Seismic Hazard. Cramer, C. H. and Kumar, M. A.

9:30   Earthquake Source Scaling and Ground-motion Attenuation Relations for Eastern North America. Somerville, P. G., Collins, N. F., Abrahamson, N. A., Graves, R. W., and Saikia, C. K.

9:45   Variability in Attenuation in Stable Continental Regions. Bakun, W. and McGarr, A.

10:00   Comparison Study of Various Ground Acceleration Attenuation Relationships for the Development of a Seismic Hazard Map of Malaysia. Adnan, A. B., Yusoff, N. A., and Chik, T. N.

10:15   Break

10:45   Identification of Recently Active Faults in Stable Continental Regions. Fenton, C. H. and Adams, J.

11:00   Characterizing Potentially Seismogenic Faults in the Quebec City-Charlevoix-Saguenay Region. Lamontagne, M., Harris, J., Keating, P., Toutin, T., and Nadeau, L.

11:15   Induced Earthquakes at the Sainte-Marguerite 3 Reservoir, Québec. Lamontagne, M., Woodgold, C., Hammamji, Y., and Tournier, J.-P.
 

Thursday p.m., 18 April 2001--Theatre
Cascadia Studies
Presiding: Garry Rogers, Brian Atwater

2:15   Frequency of Large Crustal Earthquakes in Puget Sound-South Georgia Strait Predicted from Geodetic and Geological Deformation Rates. Hyndman, R. D., Mazzotti, S., Weichert, D., and Rogers, G. C.

2:30   Seismic and Aseismic Moment Release Associated with the 5 December 1997 Kronotsky, Kamchatka Earthquake Sequence. Bürgmann, R., Kogan, M., Abercrombie, R. E., Levin, V. E., Scholz, C. H., King, R. W., and Steblov, G. M.

2:30   Asynchronous Land-level Change along the Tacoma Fault in A.D. 800-1200. Sherrod, B. L., Brocher, T. M., and Bucknam, R. C.

2:45   Seismicity in the Vicinity of the Leech River Fault. Mulder, T. L. and Rogers, G. C.

3:00   The 2001 Spokane, Washington Earthquakes: An Urban Sequence in an Unmonitored Region. Wright, A. K., Qamar, A., Ludwin, R. S., and Medema, G.

3:15   Break

3:45   Japan's Chilean Clues to Earthquake Size at Cascadia. Atwater, B. F., Satake, K., Tsuji, Y., Ueda, K., and Yamaguchi, D. K.

4:00   Magnitude 9 Persists for the 1700 Cascadia Earthquake. Satake, K., Wang, K., and Atwater, B. F.

4:15   Rapid Crustal Rebound Followed the 1700 Cascadia Earthquake at Tofino, British Columbia. Hughes, J. F., Mathewes, R. W., Clague, J. J., Guilbault, J.-P., and Hutchinson, I.

4:30   Paleoseismic Signature in Late Holocene Sediment Cores from Saanich Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. Blais-Stevens, A., Clague, J. J., and Rogers, G. C.

4:45   Issues in Characterizing Seismic Sources in Southwestern Oregon. Schapiro, R., Wong, I., Dober, M., Ake, J., Anderson, L., and Madin, I. 

Thursday p.m., 18 April 2001--Saanich
Earthquake Hazards, Strong Motion, and Source Studies
Presiding: Chris Cramer, Mark Petersen

2:15   Incorporating Site Geology into Seismic Hazard Maps for the Mississippi Embayment Using a Fully Probabilistic Method. Cramer, C. H.

2:30   Preliminary Probabilistic Seismic Risk Map for California from an Insurance Perspective. Williams, C. R., Windeler, D. S., Molas, G. L., Rahnama, M., Morrow, G. C., Pena, A., Rodriguez, A., and Bryngelson, J.

2:45   Seismic Hazard Estimate in Italy Using Historical Seismicity and Regionalized Predictive Ground-motion Relationships. Akinci, A., Mueller, C., Frankel, A., Malagnini, L., Stucchi, M., and Boschi, E.

3:00   Attenuation Relations for Peak and Response Spectra of Horizontal Acceleration from Strong-motion Records for the Main Seismic Zones of the Iranian Plateau. Jafar, S.-T.
 

Thursday p.m., 18 April 2001--Saanich
Seismic Processes of Active Volcanoes: Observations and Modeling
Presiding: Rick Aster, Susan Schwartz

3:45   Intrusion-induced Caldera Fault Slip Imaged by Shallow Seismicity on Dominica, West Indies, 1998-2000. Stasiuk, M. V., Shepherd, J. B., Latchman, J., and Lindsay, J. M.

4:00   Summit Explosions and Volcanic Tremor Statistics from 1995-1999, Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica. Deshon, H. R., Schwartz, S. Y., Newman, A. V., Baugh, L., and Hagerty, M. T.

4:15   Acoustic Recordings of Strombolian and Subplinian Activity at Shishaldin Volcano, Alaska. Caplan-Auerbach, J., McNutt, S. R., and Vergniolle, S.

4:30   Stress Fields at Volcanoes and Genesis of Volcanotectonic Seismicity. De Natale, G., Troise, C., and Pingue, F.

4:45   Strombolian-eruption-associated Very Long-period Oscillations of Mount Erebus, Antarctica. Aster, R. C., Mah, S., Ruiz, M., Frostenson, D., Desmarais, E., Kyle, P., McIntosh, W., and Dunbar, N.

5:00   Can Precise Seismic Event Relocations Improve Our Insights into Evolving Eruption Processes? Rowe, C. A., Thurber, C. H., Baher, S., White, R. A., and Power, J.
 

Thursday p.m., 18 April 2001--Oak Bay
Seismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents
Presiding: John Adams, Clark Fenton

2:15   Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents: The Important Role of Paleoseismology. Schweig, E. S., Tuttle, M. P., Crone, A. J., Machette, M. N., and Cramer, C.

2:30   Simulating the Ground Motions and Liquefaction from the 1886 Charleston, South Carolina Earthquake. Silva, W., Wong, I., Siegel, T., Gregor, N., Wright, D., Schapiro, R., Lee, R., and Talwani, P.

2:45   The Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone: Summary after 20 Years of Network Monitoring. Chapman, M. C., Munsey, J. W., Powell, C. A., Whisner, S. C., and Whisner, J.

3:00   Recent Studies on the New Madrid Seismic Zone and Their Implications for Seismic Hazard Assessment. Wang, Z., Woolery, E. W., and Kenner, S. J.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Deformation, Transients, and Neotectonics
Posters

A1   How Frequent Are Subduction Aseismic Slip Events in Guerrero, México? Kostoglodov, V., Singh, S. K., Hutton, W., Sanchez, O., Larson, K. M., and Lowry, A. R.

A2   What Triggered the 1998 Slow Event in Guerrero? GPS Evidence of Aseismic Slip Propagation after the 14 September 1995 (Mw = 7.3) Copala Earthquake. Hutton, W., Kostoglodov, V., and Sanchez, O.

A3   Comparison of Seismic and Geodetic Scalar Moment Rates across the Basin and Range Province. Pancha, A. and Anderson, J. G.

A4   Surface Deformation Modeling and Seismogeodynamic Fracture Processes on Different Scale Levels. Bykovtsev, A. S. and Katz, A. A.

A5   Quaternary Crustal Faults in the Cascadia Forearc: Toward Quantifying Strain Budgets. McCrory, P. A.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Paleoseismology
Posters

B1   Geoslicing the Hayward Fault beneath Trench Bottom. Toda, S., Takada, K., Dawson, T., Lienkaemper, J., and Schwartz, D., Nakata, T., Okumura, K., and Haraguchi, T.

B2   Paleoseismic Study of Active Faults along the Dead Sea Transform in Aqaba, Jordan Using Trenching and Ground-penetrating Radar Surveys. Niemi, Tina M., Slater, L., and Harrison, J. B. J.

B3   New Data of Holocene Tectonism in the Southern Mississippi Embayment. Cox, R. T., Forman, S. L., Woods, J., Galluzzi, J., Hall, L., Semko, A., and McHugh, J.

B4   Recent Paleoliquefaction Studies in the New Madrid Seismic Zone, Central United States. Mayrose, L. A., Schweig, E. S., Tuttle, M. P., Haynes, M., Haraguchi, T., Satake, K., Takada, K., Shimokawa, K., and Okumura, K.

B5   Geoslicer Sampling of Liquefaction in the New Madrid Seismic Zone, Central United States. Mayrose, L. A., Patterson, G., Schweig, E. S., Haraguchi, T., Satake, K., Takada, K., Shimokawa, K., Atwater, B. F., Okumura, K., Tuttle, M. P., Haynes, M., Payne, C., Diehl, S. F., and Hoffman, D.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Cascadia Studies
Posters

C1   Geoslicing and Liquefaction along the Columbia River at Hunting Island, Washington. Takada, K., Satake, K., Shimokawa, K., Atwater, B. F., and Haraguchi, T.

C2   Coseismic Subsidence from Combined Upper-plate and Subduction Zone Earthquakes in Southern Humboldt Bay, California over the Past 3,000 Years. Patton, Jason (Jay) R., Witter, R. C., Kelsey, H. M., Hemphill-Haley, E., Carver, G. A., and Koehler, R. D.

C3   Late Holocene Tsunamis near the Southern End of the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Garrison-Laney, C. E., Abramson, H. F., and Carver, G. A.

C4   Great Slip in Great Earthquakes Occurs under Forearc Basins. Wells, R. E., Blakely, R. J., and Sugiyama, Y.

C5   LIDAR Evidence for Holocene Surface Rupture on the Little River Fault near Port Angeles, Washington. Haugerud, R. A.

C6   The Portland Basin as Imaged by a Reprocessed Industry Seismic Profile on the Columbia River: Implications for Earthquake Hazards. Liberty, L. M.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Earthquake Hazard, Strong Motion, and Source Studies
Posters

D1   Update of the U.S. National Seismic Hazard Maps. Frankel, A., Petersen, M., Mueller, C., Haller, K., Wheeler, R., Leyendecker, E., Wesson, R., Harmsen, S., Cramer, C., Perkins, D., Rukstales, K., Cao, T., and Bryant, W.

D2   Comparison of Site-specific Probabilistic Seismic Hazards and the 1996 National Seismic Hazard Maps in the Western United States. Dober, M. C., Wong, I. G., Olig, S., Schapiro, R., Hemphill-Haley, M., Fenton, C. H., Thomas, P., Ake, J.

D3   Uncertainty Estimation for National Building Code of Canada Seismic Hazard Maps. Halchuk, Stephen and Adams, John.

D4   Seismic Damage and Loss Estimation in Southwestern British Columbia. Onur, T. and Ventura, C. E.

D5   Estimation of Strong Ground Motions Based on Empirical Green's Function Modified for Path Effects in Layered Structure. Jo, Nam-Dae and Baag, Chang-Eob.

D6   Efficient Procedures for Estimation of the Stress Parameter and Site-dependent Values for Strong Ground Motions in Low or Moderate Seismicity Regions: Applications to Southern Korea. Jo, Nam-Dae and Baag, Chang-Eob.

D7   Validation and Modeling of Earthquake Strong Ground Motion Using a Composite Source Model. Zeng, Y.

D8   The Observed Rate of Spectral Decay in Strong-motion Accelerations Recorded in Guerrero, México. Purvance, M. D. and Anderson, J. G.

D9   What's the Most Hazardous Direction of Ground Shaking? Applications in the San Francisco Bay and Seattle Areas. Petersen, Mark D. and Frankel, Arthur D.

D10   Natural Period of RC Buildings Damaged during the 2001 Gujarat Earthquake. Toshinawa, T.

D11   Ground-motion Scaling in the Western Alps. Morasca, P., Malagnini, L., Akinci, A., and Spallarossa, D.

D12   An Integrated Focal Mechanism Database for Japanese Earthquakes. Cummins, P. R., Baba, T., Smith, A., Townend, J., and Uhira, K.

D13   Improving Focal Mechanisms Using S/P Amplitude Ratios. Hardebeck, J. L. and Shearer, P. M.

D14   A Study of Spatial Complexities in the Stress-drop Distribution for the 1992 Landers, California Earthquake. Lavallée, D., Archuleta, R. J., and Vidal, V.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Seismological Observatory Practice: Current Standards
Posters

E1   The New Zealand GeoNet Project: The First Year. Gledhill, K. R. and the GeoNet Team.

E2   ANSS Strong-motion Deployment in Nevada. Biasi, G. P., Anooshehpoor, R., Anderson, J. G., and Nicks, W. N.

E3   Accessing Data from the Southern California Earthquake Data Center. Appel, V. L. and Clayton, R. W.

E4   Seismic Background Noise across the Continental United States. McNamara, D., Buland, R., and Lastowka, L.

E5-E11   New Manual of Seismological Observatory Practice (NMSOP). Bormann, P.

E12   RefTek Ultralow-power Seismic Recorder with Low-cost High-speed Internet Telemetry: An Advanced Real-time Seismological Data-acquisition System. Passmore, P., Rozhkov, M., and Zimakov, L.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Seismic Processes of Active Volcanoes: Observations and Modeling
Posters

F1   Constraints on Mt. Hood Earthquake Swarms from Cross-correlation and Joint Hypocenter Determination. Jones, J. and Malone, S. D.

F2   Temporal Changes in Seismic Attenuation at Mount St. Helens. Tusa, G., Giampiccolo, E., Gresta, S., Musumeci, C., and Malone, S. D.

F3   Source Processes of Long Valley Caldera Seismicity Determined by Moment-tensor Inversion. Templeton, D. C. and Dreger, D. S.

F4   Recent Tremor Activity on Mount Erebus, Antarctica. Ruiz, M. C., Aster, R. C., Kyle, P., and Mah, S.

F5   Tornillos: Pieces of a Puzzle. Hellweg, M. and Seidl, D.
 

Thursday, 18 April 2001--Carson Hall
Seismicity and Seismic Hazards of Stable Continents
Posters

G1   Contemporary Seismic Hazard for the "Stable" Part of Canada. Adams, John, Halchuk, Stephen, and Fenton, Clark.

G2   Fluid-moderated Seismicity in Great Lakes? Dineva, S., Mereu, R., and Eaton, D.

G3   Source Parameters of Aftershocks of the Mw 7.6 Bhuj Earthquake of 26 January 2001. Horton, S., Bodin, P., and Langston, C.

G4   Kutch Seismicity and Crustal Structure. Reddy, P. R., Sarkar, D., Sain, K., Mooney, W. D., and Catchings, R. D.

G5   An Earthquake Swarm near Trinidad, Colorado, August-December 2001. Meremonte, M., Lahr, J., Frankel, A., Dewey, J., and Crone, A.
 

Thursday p.m., 18 April 2001--Theatre
Engineering Aspects of the Nisqually Earthquake
Presiding: Bob Crosson, John Cassidy, and Garry Rogers

   Effects on Lifelines. Don Ballantyne, EQE Corporation.

   Effects on Soils. Steve Kramer, University of Washington CEE Department.

   Effects on Structures. John Stanton, University of Washington CEE Department.
 

Friday a.m., 19 April 2001--Theatre
Urban Seismology and Site Response
Presiding: John Cassidy, Ned Field, Dave Wald

9:00   ShakeMap: An Update. Wald, D. J., Worden, C. B., Quitoriano, V., and Rukstales, K.

9:15   Site Response and Site Characterization of TriNet Stations. Yong, A., Hough, S., and Kanamori, H.

9:30   Integrating the TriNet System with an Engineering Intensity Scale. Freeman, S. A., Irfanoglu, A., and Paret, T. F.

9:45   A Map of Site Amplification in the Los Angeles, California Region Based on the SCEC Phase III Report. Field, E. H.

10:00   Site Amplification Factors of K-Net Sites in Kyushu, Japan and Modeling of 1D S-wave Velocity Structures Underneath. Kawase, H. and Matsuo, H.

10:15   Break

10:45   Teleseismic Ground-motion Study Using the Santa Clara Valley Seismic Experiment (SCVSE) Urban Array. Dreger, D. S., Dolenc, D., and Larsen, S.

11:00   Three-dimensional Upper Crustal Structure in Puget Lowland, Washington: Incorporating Bouguer Gravity to Enhance Seismic Travel-time Tomography. Brocher, T. M., Parsons, T., and Blakely, R. J.

11:15   Site Classification for Japan Earthquake-loss Estimate Based on Surface Geology and Shear-wave Velocities. Li, Y. and Yazd, M.

11:30   Seismic Response of Soft Soil in Urban Areas: The Case Study of Montreal, Québec, Canada. Rosset, P., de la Puente, A., Chouinard, L., Mitchell, D., and Adams, J.

11:45   Variation in Nisqually Earthquake Felt Effects and Ground Shaking across Greater Victoria. Molnar, S., Cassidy, J., and Dosso, S.

12:00   Application of Shear-wave Seismic Reflection Profiling to Earthquake Hazard Studies of the Fraser River Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Harris, J. B., Hunter, J. A., Pullan, S. E., Good, R. L., Burns, R. A., Miller, R. D., Xia, J., Park, C. B., and Laflen, D. R., Payne, K. M., and Candy, C. E.
 

Friday a.m., 19 April 2001--Saanich
Seismotectonics, Landslides, and Tsunamis
Presiding: Alison Bent, Maurice Lamontagne

9:00   Making Waves: The New IRIS Education and Outreach Program Plan. Taber, J. J., Braile, L. W., Hall-Wallace, M., and Aster, R. C.

9:15   Earthquakes of the Queen Charlotte Islands Region, British Columbia. Bird, A. L. and Rogers, G. C.

9:30   Mesa de Andrade II: 8 December 2001 Cerro Prieta Fault (Mw 5.7) Earthquake, Baja California/Sonora, México. Gonzalez-García, J., Munguía, L., Vidal, A., Suarez, F., Glowacka, E., Arreguí, S., Diaz de Cosio, G., Farfan, F., Galvez, O., Luna, M., Mendez, I., Navarro, M., Orozco, L., and Valdez, T.

9:45   The Mw 7.6 El Salvador Earthquake of 13 January 2001: Damage Patterns and Strong Ground Motions. Bent, A. L., Evans, S. G., Lau, D. T., and Law, K. T.

10:00   Landslides Triggered by the 13 January 2001 El Salvador Earthquake. Bent, A. L. and Evans, S. G.

10:15   Break

10:45   A New Survey of the 1946 Aleutian Tsunami in the Near Field: Evidence for a Large Underwater Landslide at Davidson Bank. Plafker, G., Okal, E. A., and Synolakis, C. E.

11:00   The 12 October 2001 Queen Charlotte Islands Earthquake and Tsunami. Rogers, G., Ristau, J., Bird, A., Rabinovich, A., Titov, V., and Thomson, R.

11:15   Scaling Relations for Oceanic Transform Fault Seismicity. Boettcher, M. S. and Jordan, T. H.

11:30   Miocene Craters and Active Faults Offshore Southern California. Nicholson, C., Kamerling, M., Legg, M. R., Goldfinger, C., and Milstein, R.

11:45   Review of the Earthquake Prediction for the 29 November 1999 M 5.9 Xiuyan Earthquake by Relocating the Sequence with the Double-difference Method. Jiao, W., Gu, H., and Gu, G.
 

Friday p.m., 19 April 2001--Theatre
Urban Seismology and Site Response
Presiding: John Cassidy, Ned Field, Dave Wald

1:30   Causes of Differences in Ground Motions between Surface and Buried Faulting. Somerville, P. G., Pitarka, A., and Kagawa, T.

1:45   P- and S-wave Scattering Effects in Mississippi Embayment Sediments That Bias Qp and Qs Estimates. Langston, Charles A.

2:00   Assessment of the Stability of the H/V Spectral Ratio of Ambient Noise and Comparison with Earthquake Data in the Cologne Area (Germany). Bormann, P., Parolai, S., Richwalski, S. M., and Milkereit, C.

2:15   A New Dense Accelerographic Array in México and Preliminary Results of Data Analysis for the 8 October 2001 Event. Roulle, A. and Chávez-García, F. J.

2:30   Implications of Recent Urban Site-response Analyses for Acceleration-dependent Site Coefficients (Nonlinearity). Borcherdt, R. D.

2:45   On the Three-dimensional Site Response of Hills. Yoshimura, C., Bielak, J., and Hisada, Y.
 

Friday p.m., 19 April 2001--Saanich
Seismotectonics, Landslides, and Tsunamis
Presiding: Alison Bent, Maurice Lamontagne

1:30   The Relationship of Microplate Velocity Fields to Seismotectonic Variables: Example from Western Turkey and the Eastern Mediterranean. Oncel, A. O. and Wilson, T. H.

1:45   A Comparative Look upon Active and Relatively Stopped Images of Marginal Fold and Thrust Belts. Carrillo, M.

2:00   Relative Plate Motions and Stress Orientations in Western Canada from Regional Moment-tensor Analysis. Ristau, J., Rogers, G., and Cassidy, J.

2:15   An Integrated Earthquake Catalog for Seismicity and Stress-inversion Studies in Central and Southwest Japan. Townend, J., Cummins, P. R., Hori, T., Kaneda, Y., and Zoback, M. D.

2:30   Effect of Multiple Stress Changes on Aftershock Decay: An Example from 26 March (M 6.5) and 13 May (M 6.3) 1997 Kagoshima Earthquakes. Toda, S. and Stein, R. S.
 

Friday, 19 April 2001--Carson Hall
Seismotectonics, Landslides, and Tsunamis
Posters

A1   Tsunami Hazard Maps of Alaska Communities. Hansen, R. A., Suleimani, E., Marriott, D., and Combellick, R.

A2   Historic Montana Earthquake Sources Inferred from Intensity Data. Bakun, W. H. and Stickney, M. C.

A3   Space-time Correlations of Seismotectonic Parameters: Examples from Japan and Turkey Preceding the Izmit Earthquake. Oncel, A. O. and Wilson, T. H.

A4   Clustering Characteristics of Seismicity at Two Different Tectonic Regimes. Zuñiga, F. R. and Perez-Enriquez, R.

A5   Nonrandom Clustering of Seismicity in Southern California, 1932Š2001. Ebel, J. E. and Kafka, A. L.

A6   Double-difference Relocations of the 1986 Oceanside Sequence: A Northeast-dipping Wedge with a Possible Down-dip Rupture. Ross, S. L., Hauksson, E., Michael, A. J., and Jones, L. M.

A7   Earthquake Recurrence in the Big Streak near Parkfield. Cole, A. T., Ellsworth, W. L., Waldhauser, F., and Schaff, D. P.

A8   Northward-propagating Earthquake Sequence in Coastal Southern California. Grant, L. B. and Rockwell, T. K.

A9   The 8 October 2001 Coyuca, Guerrero, México Earthquake (Mw 5.9): A Normal Fault in an Expected Compressional Environment. Pacheco, J. F., Iglesias, A., Singh, S. K., Gutierrez, C., Espitia, G., and Alcántara, L.

A10   Seismic Activity in Northwestern Argentina in the 1900-2000 Period. Benitez, L. M., Torres, M. I., Suayter, L. E., and Lopez García, M. D.

A11   The Santa Matilde de Guazapares, Chihuahua Seismic Sequence: A Shaking Village within the Sierra Madre Occidental. Ortega, R., Hincapie, J., Barstow, N., Pingitore, N., and Velasco, A.

A12   Analysis of the Peru Mw 8.4 Underthrusting Earthquake and Its Aftershocks. Bilek, S. L. and Ruff, L. J.

A13   A Sequence of Mw 5+ Earthquakes at the Southern End of the Minto Flats Seismic Zone, Central Alaska, in 2000. Ratchkovski, N. A., Meyers, E. V., and Hansen, R. A.

A14   A New Criterion to Evaluate Seismic Activity Associated with the Seismic Cycle of Great Interplate Earthquakes. Hori, T. and Kaneda, Y.

A15   Earthquake Interactions in the Vicinity of Yucca Mountain, Nevada. von Seggern, D. H., Smith, K. D., and Baag, C.-E.

A16   Microearthquake Study of the Salton Sea Geothermal Field, California: Evidence of Stress Triggering. Holland, A. A.

A17   A Stochastic Two-node Stress-transfer Model Reproducing OmoriÕs Law. Borovkov, K. and Bebbington, M. S.
 

Friday, 19 April 2001--Carson Hall
Urban Seismology and Site Response
Posters

B1   Utah's New ANSS Urban Strong-motion Network around the Wasatch Fault. Pankow, K. L., Pechmann, J. C., Nava, S. J., and Arabasz, W. J.

B2   Ground-motion Peak Acceleration Variations at NVAR. Negraru, P. T. and Herrin, E. T.

B3   Duration and H/V Ratio of the Ground Motion in Southern Korea. Choi, Hoseon and Baag, Chang-Eob.

B4   Seismic Site Response across Greater Vancouver, British Columbia Obtained from Recordings of the Nisqually Earthquake. Cassidy, J. F., Rogers, G. C., and Molnar, S.

B5   Seattle Urban Seismic Array Records of the 28 February 2001, M 6.8 Nisqually Earthquake and Its Aftershocks. Carver, D., Frankel, A., Bice, T., and Norris, R.

B6   Modeling Site Response at the Hanford Site Based on Recordings of the 28 February 2001 Nisqually Earthquake. Rohay, A. C., Reidel, S. P., Hartshorn, D. C., and Valenta, M. M.

B7   Attenuation and Site Effects in the Region of Guadeloupe, Lesser Antilles. Castro, R. R., Fabriol, H., Bour, M., and Lebrun, B.

B8   Site Response at a Rock Site in Anchorage, Alaska from Borehole Strong-motion Records. Martirosyan, A. H., Biswas, N. N., and Dutta, U.

B9   Surface-wave Effects of the 23 June 2001, Mw 8.4 Peruvian Large Earthquake on the Horizontal Acceleration Response Spectrum of Buenos Aires City, Argentina, 2,500 km from the Epicenter. Carmona, J. S., Sabbione, N. C., Pinciroli, R., and Palau, R. L.

B10   Characteristics of Ground-motion Response Spectrum from Recent Large Earthquakes. Su, F., Anderson, J. G., and Zeng, Y.

B11   The Effect of a Low-velocity Surface Layer on Simulated Ground Motion. Liu, Pengcheng and Archuleta, Ralph J.

B12   H/V Microtremors to Estimate the Characteristics of Soil Liquefaction in the Yuan-Lin Area, Taiwan: An Alternative Technique. Huang, H. C. and Tseng, Y. S.

B13   ESEE: Embayment Seismic Excitation Experiment. Langston, Charles A.

B14   A New Approach for the Estimation of Attenuation Relationships Using Variance Components Technique. Tsai, C.-C. P. and Chen, Y. H.

B15   3D Boundary-element Modeling of Site Response due to the 1967 Caracas Earthquake. Kim, K.-T. and Barker, J. S.

B16   A New Finite-differences Method Based on Curvilinear Coordinates to Model Topographic Site Effects: Validation and Comparison with Data from Rustrel Mountain, France. Desveaux, F. and Rodrigues, D.

B17   A Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Study for the Metropolitan Area of Anchorage, Alaska. Mahdyiar, Mehrdad and Biswas, Niren.
 

     

Posted: 3 April 2002
Last Update: 8 April 2002