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Earthquakes occur with great spatio-temporal variability, which emerges from the complex interactions between them. Significant progress is being made towards understanding spatio-temporal correlations, scaling laws and clustering, and the emergence of seismicity patterns. New models being developed in statistical seismology have direct implications for time-dependent seismic hazard assessment and probabilistic earthquake forecasting. In addition, the increasing amount of earthquake data available on local to global scales provides new opportunities for model testing.

This session focuses both on recent insights on the physical processes responsible for the distribution of earthquakes in space and time, and on new models and techniques for quantifying the seismotectonic process and its evolution. Particular emphasis will be placed on:
- physical and statistical models of earthquake occurrence;
- analysis of earthquake clustering;
- spatio-temporal properties of earthquake statistics;
- quantitative testing of earthquake occurrence models;
- implications for time-dependent hazard assessment;
- methods for earthquake forecasting;
- data analyses and requirements for model testing.

Confirmed solicited speaker: Danijel Schorlemmer (GFZ - German Research Center for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany)

Co-organized as SM3.4
Convener: Stefania Gentili | Co-conveners: Rita Di Giovambattista, Álvaro González
| Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Room M1
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X3

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X3

Chairperson: Alvaro Gonzalez
X3.110 |
Rachel Wilcock, Andrew Bell, and Ian Main
X3.111 |
Matthieu Sylvander, Sébastien Chevrot, Katerina Polychronopoulou, Nikos Martakis, Jordi Díaz, Mario Ruiz, Antonio Villaseñor, Magali Collin, Sylvain Calassou, and Adnand Bitri
X3.112 |
Leonard Seydoux, Piero Poli, Maarten de Hoop, and Michel Campillo
X3.113 |
Rubén García-Hernández, Luca D'Auria, German D. Padilla, and José Barrancos
X3.114 |
Mainshock-strongest aftershock relation in Northeastern Italy and Western Slovenia
Stefania Gentili and Rita Di Giovambattista
X3.115 |
Rita Di Giovambattista, Antonella Peresan, Stefania Gentili, Mohammad Tabei, and Mehdi Zare
X3.116 |
Angelo De Santis, Gianfranco Cianchini, and Rita Di Giovambattista
X3.117 |
Emil Botev, Natalya Kilifarska, and Rossen Nedialkov
X3.118 |
Celso Reyes and Stefan Wiemer
X3.122 |
Gina-Maria Geffers, Ian Main, and Mark Naylor