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Posters SM2.1/EMRP4.12

SM2.1/EMRP4.12

Earthquake source processes - Imaging methods, numerical modeling and scaling (co-organized)
Convener: P. Martin Mai  | Co-Conveners: Henriette Sudhaus , Martin Vallée , Alice-Agnes Gabriel , Hideo Aochi 
Orals
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–15:00
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 25 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X3
Chairperson: Alice Gabriel
Dynamic earthquake rupture studies and methods

Hall X3
X3.1
EGU2017-2084
Numerical simulation of the 1976 Ms7.8 Tangshan Earthquake
Zhengbo Li and Xiaofei Chen

Hall X3
X3.2
EGU2017-2164
Dynamic rupture simulations of the 1970 Tonghai earthquake and its’ implications
Houyun Yu and Xiaofei Chen

Hall X3
X3.3
EGU2017-2871
Dynamic Source Rupture Process of the 2016 Kumamoto, Japan, earthquake
Xiangwei Yu and Wenbo Zhang

Hall X3
X3.4
EGU2017-5349
3D Dynamic Rupture Simulations along the Wasatch Fault, Utah, Incorporating Rough-fault Topography
Kyle Withers and Morgan Moschetti

Hall X3
X3.5
EGU2017-16671
Dynamic Rupture Model of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Megathrust Earthquake
Elizabeth H. Madden, Thomas Ulrich, and Alice-Agnes Gabriel

Hall X3
X3.6
EGU2017-14062
Dynamic rupture scenarios from Sumatra to Iceland - High-resolution earthquake source physics on natural fault systems
Alice-Agnes Gabriel, Elizabeth H. Madden, Thomas Ulrich, and Stephanie Wollherr

Hall X3
X3.7
EGU2017-13199
Dynamic source inversion for physical parameters controlling the 2016 Amatrice, Central Italy, earthquakes
Filip Kostka and Frantisek Gallovic

Hall X3
X3.8
EGU2017-6102
Behaviors of small heterogeneity controlled by surrounding aseismic slip
Hideo Aochi and Satoshi Ide

Hall X3
X3.9
EGU2017-18866
Period and amplitude of non-volcanic tremors and repeaters: a dimensional analysis
Stefan Nielsen

Hall X3
X3.10
EGU2017-11966
Three dimensional modelling of earthquake rupture cycles on frictional faults
Guy Simpson and Dave May

Hall X3
X3.11
EGU2017-18689
3D fault curvature and fractal roughness: Insights for rupture dynamics and ground motions using a Discontinous Galerkin method
Thomas Ulrich and Alice-Agnes Gabriel

Hall X3
X3.12
EGU2017-16969
Off-fault plasticity and complex fault geometry in dynamic rupture scenarios: The example of the 1992 Landers earthquake
Stephanie Wollherr and Alice-Agnes Gabriel

Hall X3
X3.13
EGU2017-7333
Cracks dynamics under tensional stress – a DEM approach
Wojciech Debski, Piotr Klejment, Alicja Kosmala, Natalia Foltyn, and Maciej Szpindler

Hall X3
X3.14
EGU2017-3
Mechanism for Seismic Source on a Solid Interface as a Fault
Shigehisa Nakamura

Hall X3
Kinematic earthquake studies and source inference methods

Hall X3
X3.15
EGU2017-12876
Rupture Process of the November 2016 New Zealand Earthquake (Mw7.8) and Its Seismotectonic Implications
Lo Yiching, Zhao Li, Xu Xiwei, Ji Chen, and Hung Shu-Huei

Hall X3
X3.16
EGU2017-12363
A Bayesian analysis of the 2016 Pedernales (Ecuador) earthquake
Baptiste Gombert, Zacharie Duputel, Romain Jolivet, Luis Rivera, Mark Simons, Junle Jiang, Cunren Liang, and Eric Fielding

Hall X3
X3.17
EGU2017-2554
Source Rupture Process of the 2016 Kumamoto, Japan, Earthquake Inverted from Strong-Motion Records
Wenbo Zhang and Ao Zheng

Hall X3
X3.18
EGU2017-15663
Rupture process of the Oklahoma Mw5.7 Pawnee earthquake from Sentinel-1 InSAR and seismological data
Raphaël Grandin, Martin Vallée, and Robin Lacassin

Hall X3
X3.19
EGU2017-11201
Source characterization of moderate induced earthquakes in Oklahoma, USA: A case study of 2013-2016 Cushing earthquake sequence
Chen Ji and Ralph Archuleta

Hall X3
X3.20
EGU2017-9286
Fault model of the 2014 Cephalonia seismic sequence - Evidence of spatiotemporal fault segmentation along the NW edge of Aegean Arc
Vasso Saltogianni, Fanis Moschas, and Stathis Stiros

Hall X3
X3.21
EGU2017-6913
Large seismic source imaging from old analogue seismograms
Bento Caldeira, Elisa Buforn, José Borges, and Mourad Bezzeghoud

Hall X3
X3.22
EGU2017-8110
Bayesian Inference of Seismic Sources Using a 3-D Earth Model for the Japanese Islands Region
Saulė Simutė and Andreas Fichtner

Hall X3
X3.23
EGU2017-8816
Facilitating open global data use in earthquake source modelling to improve geodetic and seismological approaches
Henriette Sudhaus, Sebastian Heimann, Andreas Steinberg, Marius Isken, and Hannes Vasyura-Bathke

Hall X3
X3.24
EGU2017-14256
Software Toolbox Development for Rapid Earthquake Source Optimisation Combining InSAR Data and Seismic Waveforms
Marius P. Isken, Henriette Sudhaus, Sebastian Heimann, Andreas Steinberg, and Hannes M. Bathke

Hall X3
X3.25
EGU2017-10428
Homogenization and implementation of a 3D regional velocity model in Mexico for its application in moment tensor inversion of intermediate-magnitude earthquakes
Félix Rodríguez Cardozo, Vala Hjörleifsdóttir, and Marco Caló

Hall X3
X3.26
EGU2017-10616
Estimation of full moment tensors, including uncertainties, for earthquakes, volcanic events, and nuclear explosions
Celso Alvizuri, Vipul Silwal, Lion Krischer, and Carl Tape

Hall X3
X3.27
EGU2017-7765
Bayesian ISOLA: new tool for automated centroid moment tensor inversion
Jiří Vackář, Jan Burjánek, František Gallovič, Jiří Zahradník, and John Clinton

Hall X3
X3.28
EGU2017-15138
Retrieving Source-Time Function and Seismic Moment Tensor From Near Field Records
Catalina Morales, Javier A. Ruiz, Francisco Ortega, and Luis Rivera

Hall X3
X3.29
EGU2017-15415
Estimating Rupture Directivity of Aftershocks of the 2014 Mw8.1 Iquique Earthquake, Northern Chile
Jonas Folesky, Jörn Kummerow, Frederik Timann, and Serge Shapiro

Hall X3
X3.30
EGU2017-16087
Initial stages in investigating stress drops on the Blanco Oceanic Transform Fault
Joshua Williams, Jessica Hawthorne, Sebastian Rost, and Tim Wright

Hall X3
Seismic source scaling and statistics

Hall X3
X3.31
EGU2017-12178
An insight on correlations between kinematic rupture parameters from dynamic ruptures on rough faults
Kiran Kumar Thingbijam, Martin Galis, Jagdish Vyas, and P. Martin Mai

Hall X3
X3.32
EGU2017-5991
Recent updates in developing a statistical pseudo-dynamic source-modeling framework to capture the variability of earthquake rupture scenarios
Seok Goo Song, Sangmin Kwak, Kyungbook Lee, and Donghee Park

Hall X3
X3.33
EGU2017-5181
Reproducing the scaling laws for Slow and Fast ruptures
Pierre Romanet, Harsha Bhat, and Raúl Madariaga

Hall X3
X3.34
EGU2017-11793
Source scaling properties in the upper segment of the Vrancea subcrustal nest (Romania)
Mircea Radulian, Emilia Popescu, and Anca Otilia Placinta

Hall X3
X3.35
EGU2017-8968
Observations of the rupture development process from source time functions
Julien Renou and Martin Vallée

Hall X3
X3.36
EGU2017-6958
Estimating Source Duration for Moderate and Large Earthquakes in Taiwan
Wen-Yen Chang, Ruey-Der Hwang, Chien-Yin Ho, and Tzu-Wei Lin

Hall X3
X3.37
EGU2017-3424
Asperities in the Chishan Transfer Fault Zone (CTFZ), southwest Taiwan: Revealed by slip distributions of strong earthquakes and seismic b-value
Yu-Lien Yeh, Strong Wen, Chien-Hsin Chang, and Wei-Hau Wang