The study of active faults and deformation of the Earth's surface has made, and continues to make, significant contributions to our understanding of earthquakes and the assessment of seismic related hazard.
Active faulting may form and deform the Earth's surface so that records are documented in young sediments and in the landscape. Field studies of recent earthquake ruptures help not only constraining earthquake source parameters but also the identification of previously unknown active structures. The insights gleaned from recent earthquakes can be applied to study past earthquakes. Paleoseismology and related disciplines such as paleogeodesy and paleotsunami investigations still are the primary tools to establish earthquake records that are long enough to determine recurrence intervals and long-term deformation rates for active faults. Multidisciplinary data sets accumulated over the years have brought unprecedented constraints on the size and timing of past earthquakes, and allow deciphering shorter-term variations in fault slip rates or seismic activity rates, as well as the interaction of single faults within fault systems. Based on the this rich, but very heterogeneous knowledge of seismogenic faults, a variety of approaches have been developed to tranfer earthquake-fault geology into fault models suitable for probabilistic SHA. This session thus aims at linking field geologists, crustal deformation modellers, fault modellers, and seismic hazard practitioners.

In this session, we welcome contributions describing and critically discussing different approaches to study active faults. We are particularly interested in studies applying new and innovative methodological or multidisciplinary approaches. We hope to assemble a broad program bringing together studies dealing with on-land, lake or offshore environments, and applying a variety of methods such as traditional paleoseismic trenching, high-resolution coring, geophysical imaging, tectonic geomorphology, and remote sensing, as well as the application of earthquake geology in seismic hazard assessments. In addition, we encourage contributors describing how to translate fault data or catalogue data into fault models for SHA , and how to account for faults or catalogue issues.

Co-organized as GM4.5/NH4.16/SM3.10
Convener: Esther Hintersberger | Co-conveners: Romain Le Roux-Mallouf, Silke Mechernich, Oona Scotti
| Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Room K2
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall X2

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X2

Chairperson: Esther Hintersberger, Romain Le Roux-Mallouf, Oona Scotti
X2.176 |
Yann Klinger, Thomas Rockwell, Andrew Jarrett, Kaitlin Wessel, Drake Singleton, Yuval Levy, Petra Stepancikova, Neta Wechsler, and Koji Okomura
X2.177 |
Rémi Matrau, Sigurjón Jónsson, Daniele Trippanera, Bryndís Brandsdóttir, and Yann Klinger
X2.178 |
Monique Terrier and Felix Mphepo
X2.179 |
Sigurjón Jónsson, Ulas Avsar, Zeynep Bektas, Nicolas Castro-Perdomo, Alice Gabriel, Sherif Hanafy, Yann Klinger, Marthe Lefevre, P. Martin Mai, Frédéric Masson, Rémi Matrau, Luca Passone, Edwige Pons-Branchu, Matthieu Ribot, Thomas Ulrich, Renier Viltres, Stephanie Wollherr, and Mohammad Youssof
X2.181 |
Alcinoe Calahorrano B. and César R. Ranero
X2.182 |
Marco Meschis, Gerald Roberts, Zoe Mildon, Jennifer Robertson, Alessandro Maria Michetti, and Joanna Faure Walker
X2.183 |
Rosa Nappi, Valeria Paoletti, Germana Gaudiosi, Donato D'Antonio, Eleonora Di Marzo, and Sabina Porfido
X2.184 |
Arthur Delorme, Raphaël Grandin, Yann Klinger, Nathalie Feuillet, Marc Pierrot-Deseilligny, Ewelina Rupnik, Éric Jacques, and Yu Morishita
X2.185 |
A time dependent model of elastic stress in the Central Apennines, Italy
(withdrawn after no-show)
Alessandro Caporali, Joaquin Zurutuza, and Mauro Bertocco
X2.186 |
Giulia Patricelli and Maria Eliana Poli
X2.187 |
Marco Herwegh, Samuel Mock, Tobias Diehl, Andreas Moeri, Edi Kissling, and Stefan Wiemer
X2.188 |
Bernhard Salcher, Jan-Christoph Otto, Stephanie Neuhuber, Christopher Lüthgens, Sabine Grupe, Thomas Payer, and Markus Fiebig
X2.191 |
Zeynep Bektaş, Ulaş Avşar, Sigurjón Jónsson, and Yann Klinger
X2.192 |
Solène Antoine, Yann Klinger, Arthur Delorme, Ryan Gold, Marc Pierrot-Deseilligny, Ewelina Rupnik, and Amaury Vallage
X2.193 |
Seismological Update in the Alai Valley: New Data on the Seismic and Slip History of the Pamir Frontal Thrust in the Alai Valley, Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia.
Magda Patyniak, Angela Landgraf, Atyrgul Dzhumabaeva, Alana Williams, Sultan Baikulov, J Ramón Arrowsmith, Kanatbek Abdrakhmatov, and Manfred Strecker
X2.194 |
Jing Liu, Zhaode Yuan, Wei Wang, Ray Weldon II, Michael E. Oskin, and Yanxiu Shao
X2.195 |
InSAR Observations on Interseismic Deformation of the Maqin-Maqu Segment of the East Kunlun Fault zone and the Estimation of Potential Seismogenic Asperities
Lingyun Ji
X2.196 |
Jianguo Xiong, Yuezhi Zhong, Youli Li, Wenjun Zheng, Peizhen Zhang, and Honghua Lu
X2.197 |
Zhe Su, Er-Chie Wang, and Shan-Shan Liang
X2.199 |
Ya-Chu Tseng, Wen-Jeng Huang, I-Chin Yen, Wen-Shan Chen, Shao-Yi Huang, and Jiun-Yee Yen
X2.200 |
Sambit Prasanajit Naik, Jeong Su-Ho, and Young-Seog Kim