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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  / Room M1
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X3

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kinematic earthquake studies and source inference methods

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Seismic source scaling and statistics

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

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

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

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

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

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

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