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NH4.3/SM3.6

Statistical analysis of spatio-temporal properties of earthquake occurrence (co-organized)
Convener: Stefania Gentili 
Co-Conveners: Robert Shcherbakov , Gert Zöller , Álvaro González 
Session details
Orals
 / Tue, 19 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room N1
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall D
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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 19 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall D
Chairperson: Stefania Gentili, Gert Zöller, Álvaro González
D.103
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How well do earthquake locations forecast future ones?
Álvaro González

D.104
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The earthquake history in a fault zone tells us almost nothing about mmax
Gert Zöller and Matthias Holschneider

D.105
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Evolution of earthquake rupture potential along active faults, inferred from seismicity rates and size distributions
Thessa Tormann, Stefan Wiemer, Bogdan Enescu, and Jochen Woessner

D.106
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Detection and implication of significant temporal b-value variation during earthquake sequences
Laura Gulia, Thessa Tormann, Danijel Schorlemmer, and Stefan Wiemer

D.107
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A physics-based earthquake simulator and its application to seismic hazard assessment in Calabria (Southern Italy) region
Rodolfo Console, Anna Nardi, and Roberto Carluccio

D.108
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Prospectively Evaluating the Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability: An Evaluation of the UCERF2 and Updated Five-Year RELM Forecasts
Anne Strader, Max Schneider, Danijel Schorlemmer, and Maria Liukis

D.109
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The implications of regional seismicity in Longmenshan fault zoneduring the 2008 Ms 8.0 Wenchuan earthquake
Huai Zhang, Jingjing Wang, Yaolin Shi, and David Yuen

D.110
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Study on Seismicity of Sino-Mongolia Arc Areas
Guangyin Xu and Suyun Wang

D.111
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The SMART CLUSTER METHOD – adaptive earthquake cluster analysis and declustering
Andreas Schaefer, James Daniell, and Friedemann Wenzel

D.112
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Typical Scenario of Preparation, Implementation, and Aftershock Sequence of a Large Earthquake
Mikhail Rodkin

D.113
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Estimating Spatially Variable Parameters of the Epidemic Type Aftershock Sequence (ETAS) in California
Shyam Nandan, Guy Ouillon, Didier Sornette, and Stefan Wiemer

D.114
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Forecasting Aftershocks from Multiple Earthquakes: Lessons from the Mw=7.3 2015 Nepal Earthquake
Abigail Jiménez, Mairéad NicBhloscaidh, and John McCloskey

D.115
EGU2016-6220
Forecasting area of strong aftershock occurrence
Sergey Baranov and Peter Shebalin

D.116
EGU2016-8813
Relation between aftershock parameters and geodetic slip models: Case study of the 2010 Mw8.8 Maule (Chile) and the 2011 Mw9.0 Tohoku-oki (Japan) earthquakes
Olga Zakharova, Sebastian Hainzl, Dietrich Lange, and Bogdan Enescu

D.117
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Double-Difference Tomography in the West Bohemia Seismic Zone: A Study of the 2011 Earthquake Swarm
Eric Löberich, Catherine Alexandrakis, Marco Calo, Václav Vavryčuk, and Stefan Buske

D.118
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Effects of fluid propagation on occurrence of doublet earthquakes
Brunella Mastrolembo V., Antonio Pio Rinaldi, Luca Urpi, Eleonora Rivalta, and Luigi Passarelli

D.119
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Are aftershocks caused by the mainshock?
Rosastella Daminelli and Alberto Marcellini

D.120
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The magnitude of events following a strong earthquake: and a pattern recognition approach applied to Italian seismicity
Stefania Gentili and Rita Di Giovambattista

D.121
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Seismic sequences, swarms, and large earthquakes in Italy
Alessandro Amato, Nicola Piana Agostinetti, Giulio Selvaggi, and Franco Mele

D.122
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On causes of the low seismic activity in the Earth’s polar latitudes
Boris Levin, Elena Sasorova, and Andrei Domanski

D.123
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The relationship of the global seismic activity with variations in the angular velocity of the Earth’s rotation for 1720 - 2014 years
Elena Sasorova and Boris Levin

D.124
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Special astronomical configurations, solar activity and deep degassing as a trigger of natural hazards
Vladimir Natyaganov, Vladimir Syvorotkin, Valeriy Fedorov, and Sergey Shopin

D.125
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Long-term predictability of regions and dates of strong earthquakes
Alexander Kubyshen, Leonid Doda, and Sergey Shopin