Seismicity Patterns, Their Statistical Significance and Physical Meaning Max Wyss

ISBN: 9783034886789

Published: August 1st 1999

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536 pages


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Seismicity Patterns, Their Statistical Significance and Physical Meaning  by  Max Wyss

Seismicity Patterns, Their Statistical Significance and Physical Meaning by Max Wyss
August 1st 1999 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 536 pages | ISBN: 9783034886789 | 4.19 Mb

This volume contains twenty-five research papers on seismicity patterns, their interpretation and their possible relevance to learning how to predict earthquakes. The interpretation of seismicity patterns has become somewhat controversial. SomeMoreThis volume contains twenty-five research papers on seismicity patterns, their interpretation and their possible relevance to learning how to predict earthquakes. The interpretation of seismicity patterns has become somewhat controversial. Some researchers present case histories suggesting that earthquakes may be predicted by increased seismic moment release or seismic quiescence and, in general, by understanding the processes of self-organized criticality.

Others deny these hypotheses. Although the problem of recognizing foreshocks in real time remains unsolved, new properties of microearthquakes as a function of time are coming to light. Computer modeling of seismicity also is advancing in sophistication and relevance. Surprisingly, b-values seem to hold substantial information about varying local conditions of earthquake generation.



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