Seismological Research Letters

Volume 88, Number 5 · September/October 2017

The September/October 2017 issue of Seismological Research Letters (SRL Volume 88, Number 5) is now available online to all SSA members and institutional subscribers at The print edition of this issue is scheduled to mail on 1 September.

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Opinion: A Message of Welcome from SSA to Our International Colleagues
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Gail M. Atkinson
Opinion: Measuring the Performance of Ground-Motion Models: The Importance of Being Independent
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Sum Mak, Fabrice Cotton, and Danijel Schorlemmer
Electronic Seismologist: Moment Tensor Inversion Based on the Principal Component Analysis of Waveforms: Method and Application to Microearthquakes in West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Václav Vavryčuk, Petra Adamová, Jana Doubravová, and Hana Jakoubková
Historical Seismologist: Address-Level Effects in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, from the 1918 Mw 7.3 Earthquake and Tsunami
Roland LaForge and William R. McCann
EduQuakes: Development and Application of a Real-Time Warning System Based on a MEMS Seismic Network and Response Procedure for the Day of the National College Entrance Examination in South Korea
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YoungHee Kim, Tae-Seob Kang, and Junkee Rhie
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Response guidelines in the event of an earthquake.
Data Mine: A New Experimental Field Study of the Effects of Explosive Detonation Products on Seismic Radiation
Anastasia Stroujkova, Mark Leidig, James Lewkowicz, Timothy Rath, Timothy Bradstreet, Vanessa Napoli, Peter Hubbard, Jeremy Salerno, Kenneth W. Robbins III, and Carlos Marrero
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Tables of station information.
Data Mine: Call for Models—A Test Case for the Source Inversion Validation: The 2014 ML 5.5 Orkney, South Africa, Earthquake
Pamela A. Moyer, Margaret S. Boettcher, William L. Ellsworth, Hiroshi Ogasawara, Artur Cichowicz, Denver Birch, and Gerhard van Aswegen
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Station locations and seismograms in ASCII format.
The Central Italy Seismic Sequence between August and December 2016: Analysis of Strong-Motion Observations
Lucia Luzi, Francesca Pacor, Rodolfo Puglia, Giovanni Lanzano, Chiara Felicetta, Maria D’Amico, Alberto Michelini, Licia Faenza, Valentino Lauciani, Iunio Iervolino, George Baltzopoulos, and Eugenio Chioccarelli
A Seismic Intensity Survey of the 1 April 2014 M 8.2 Iquique, Chile, Earthquake and Tsunami, and a Comparison with Strong-Motion Data
Marcella G. Cilia, Walter D. Mooney, and Andrew Robinson
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Maps and tables of modified Mercalli intensity (MMI).
Forecasting the (Un)Productivity of the 2014 M 6.0 South Napa Aftershock Sequence
Andrea L. Llenos and Andrew J. Michael
Waveform-Relocated Earthquake Catalog for Oklahoma and Southern Kansas Illuminates the Regional Fault Network
Martin Schoenball and William L. Ellsworth
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Catalog of relocated earthquakes
A Synoptic View of the Third Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast (UCERF3)
Edward H. Field, Thomas H. Jordan, Morgan T. Page, Kevin R. Milner, Bruce E. Shaw, Timothy E. Dawson, Glenn P. Biasi, Tom Parsons, Jeanne L. Hardebeck, Andrew J. Michael, Ray J. Weldon II, Peter M. Powers, Kaj M. Johnson, Yuehua Zeng, Karen R. Felzer, Nicholas van der Elst, Christopher Madden, Ramon Arrowsmith, Maximilian J. Werner, and Wayne R. Thatcher
On the Viability of Using Autonomous Three-Component Nodal Geophones to Calculate Teleseismic Ps Receiver Functions with an Application to Old Faithful, Yellowstone
Kevin M. Ward and Fan-Chi Lin
On the Perception of Audified Seismograms
Lapo Boschi, Laurianne Delcor, Jean-Loïc Le Carrou, Claudia Fritz, Arthur Paté, and Benjamin Holtzman
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Audified seismograms for different paths and sources.
Preparing for InSight: An Invitation to Participate in a Blind Test for Martian Seismicity
J. F. Clinton, D. Giardini, P. Lognonné, B. Banerdt, M. van Driel, M. Drilleau, N. Murdoch, M. Panning, R. Garcia, D. Mimoun, M. Golombek, J. Tromp, R. Weber, M. Böse, S. Ceylan, I. Daubar, B. Kenda, A. Khan, L. Perrin, and A. Spiga
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Candidate 1D models for use in the In-Sight blind test not shown in the main article.
Eastern Section Articles
Assessing Ground-Motion Amplitudes and Attenuation for Small-to-Moderate Induced and Tectonic Earthquakes in the Central and Eastern United States
Abhineet Gupta, Jack W. Baker, and William L. Ellsworth
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Figures for residuals, peak ground acceleration, spectral accelerations at the periods of 0.1 and 0.5 s, and peak ground velocity.
Joint Modeling of Velocity Structure and Hypocentral Locations in the Seismically Active Kachchh, Saurashtra, and Narmada Regions of Western India: An Active Intraplate Region
Vishwa Joshi, Sumer Chopra, P. Mahesh, and Santosh Kumar
Liquefaction Induced during the 2010–2011 Canterbury, New Zealand, Earthquake Sequence and Lessons Learned for the Study of Paleoliquefaction Features
Martitia P. Tuttle, Pilar Villamor, Peter Almond, Sarah Bastin, Monica Giona Bucci, Robert Langdridge, Kate Clark, and Caroline M. Hardwick
Ⓔ Electronic Supplement: Aerial photographs of study sites, photographs of liquefaction features, and tables with detailed information of liquefaction features.
Assessment of the Spatial Variability of Site Response in Southern Ontario
Sebastian Braganza, Gail M. Atkinson, and Sheri Molnar

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