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Update: 2014 Nevada Seismicity Nevada Earthquake Safety Council May 2014
Nevada Seismicity 1984-2014 M >= 1.5
Nevada Seismic Monitoring Network
2014 NSL Reviewed 4798 Located Events Largest < M 4 M >= 3 < 4 Pace: 12,500 for 2014 NEVADA Reviewed Catalog 2014
M > 3 < 4 2014 Southern NEVADA (and Utah) UT or NV Earthquakes?
M >= 3 < 4 2014 Central NEVADA Hawthorne Swarm
M >= 3 < 4 VC Swarm 2014 Northern NEVADA
Relocations Christine Ruhl Kyle Basler-Reeder: Ph.D. Students – Mogul Sequence “New Results: Initiation of foreshocks on mapped bedrock faults” From Christine Ruhl and Kyle Basler-Reeder
From Tyler Seaman’s Masters Thesis; Graduation May 2014 Catalog Locations
Moment Tensor Solutions Short Period Mechanisms (~700 for stress inversion)
SATSI Stress Inversion for the Reno-Tahoe Area
Magnitude >= 3, 2010-present: Current USGS Coop and USGS Funding per Network (no CA $$ shown) Magnitude >= 1 by Network FEMA Annualized Loss: Utah $88M Nevada $77M Loss of federal funds for Nevada
Carlin Barrick/Newmont Earthquakes Tahoe station installations - summer Noble Energy eastern Nevada Induced geothermal seismicity UNR URMs Seismic Hazard/Safety Topics:
Brittle failure occurs within “seismogenic zone” defined by fault properties Typically 15 km for vertical strike slip faults ~30-50 km for subduction zone.
Some Thoughts on IMW And Opportunity We represent a big area of the ANSS national program Bob Smith Univ. of Utah.
Overview of CISN Operations and Products David Oppenheimer USGS Menlo Park, CA.
North Texas Earthquake Study Group EARTHQUAKES AND FLUID DISPOSAL – A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Acknowledgements: Cliff Frohlich and the USGS Earthquake Hazards.
5 a day - Earthquakes Day How many seismic stations does it take to locate an earthquakes epicenter? 2. What is the name of the technique that we.
New Mexico Seismic Networks 1. New Mexico Tech Seismic Network Rick Aster, Sue Bilek (NMT EES Dept Contacts)
Importance of OEF to the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program Michael L. Blanpied USGS Earthquake Hazards Program For Powell Center March.
California Project Seismicity in the oil and gas fields Tayeb A. Tafti University of Southern California July 2, 2013.
Brainstorm: How to assess an Earthquake: Stroked off B.C. coast? Rapid Earthquake Risk Assessment Source Parameters USGS World Shake Maps USGS Shake Aftershocks.
INDUCED SEISMICITY IN PETROLEUM FIELDS: RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION, SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT M. Nafi Toksöz Earth Resources Laboratory, Massachusetts.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Southern California Seismic Network (USGS/SCSN) Prepared by Gary Cone.
David von Seggern Joint Seismic Tomography/Location Inversion in the Reno/Carson City Area Leiph Preston & David von Seggern Nevada Seismological Laboratory.
IMW Strategic Planning August 14, “Options for Political Activism to Get Increased Funding” John G. Anderson Director, Nevada Seismological Laboratory.
SESAC September 13, “Thoughts on the USGS role in the Intermountain West, in the context of hazard evaluation in extensional settings” John G. Anderson.
1 Fault Dynamics of the April 6, 2009 L'Aquila, Italy Earthquake Sequence Robert B. Herrmann Saint Louis University Luca Malagnini INGV, Roma.
Summary of seismology component of the course Sources Waves Location Magnitude/Intensity Focal mechanisms Other topics.
CISN: Draft Plans for Funding Sources: OES/FEMA/ANSS/Others CISN-PMG Sacramento 10/19/2004.
Large Earthquake Rapid Finite Rupture Model Products Thorne Lay (UCSC) USGS/IRIS/NSF International Workshop on the Utilization of Seismographic Networks.
Do Now – In Notebooks 1. What is an earthquake? 2. What kind of stress acts on a normal fault? Does the crust lengthen or shorten? 3. What is the difference.
Anthony Carlson GEOGRGHY 1820 APPLIED GIS 1. Here is a map I made showing the Epicenters in Utah between You can see the dot groups in Utah.
Chapter 5 Study Guide Friday, February 26, Section 1 Understand what a fault is. Be able to describe the different types of faults. Be able to discuss.
Seismicity of the Eastern Cape Province from Mpho Mogoswane Department of Environmental, Water and Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science at Tshwane.
Recent Seismicity in the Mozambique Region by T T Molea and L Akromah (Council for Geoscience: Seismology Unit) Seisan workshop October 2008 Norway.
Fundamental Review of State Government Seismological Laboratory John Anderson, Director.
Stress- and State-Dependence of Earthquake Occurrence: Tutorial 2 Jim Dieterich University of California, Riverside.
Broadband Earthquake Monitoring at OAUIFE Station, Nigeria Dr Adepelumi, A. A Department of Geology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State
Building Codes. Building codes: collapse prevention.
Earthquake Focal Mechanisms from the New Madrid Seismic Zone Thesis Proposal Brown Bag Greg Johnson.
Václav Vavryčuk, Fateh Bouchaala, Tomáš Fischer Institute of Geophysics, Prague High-resolution fault tomography from accurate locations and focal mechanisms.
Wells, Nevada Earthquake February 21, 2008 A 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the northeastern edge of the Basin and Range.
U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey USGS Earthquake Hazards Program Earthquakes 101.
29 deaths, destroyed infrastructure, and made permanent changes in Yellowstone geysers. $15M in damage (‘59 $) and $100M+ (2006 $)! Rupture of the 1959.
J. Louie, SSA 4/12/2007 Computing Scenario Shaking For Nevada Urban Areas With The Model Assembler Community Modeling Environment (MA-CME) J. Louie and.
Seismicity of Iceland Dr. Benedikt Halldorsson. UPStrat-MAFA 3 rd General Meeting July 2013, Selfoss, Iceland Earthquake Occurrence in Iceland Overview.
Inside Earth Chapter 2 Earthquakes 2.2 Earthquakes and Seismic Waves.
Natural Disaster Reduction and Risk Assessment – Role of USGS Tim Cohn Science Advisor for Hazards U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey.
Robust Quantification of Earthquake Clustering: Overcoming the Artifacts of Catalog Errors Ilya Zaliapin Department of Mathematics and Statistics University.
An insight to the Bucaramanga nest Zoya Zarifi, Jens Havskov and Anibal Ojeda* ESC, September 2004 * Now at Ingeominas, Colombia.
Https://www.tumblr.com/search/earthquake+gifs. Earthquakes 1 Presented by: Anjela Lu B. Arellano https://www.tumblr.com/search/earthquake+gifs.
NEVADA EARTH SCIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS NEVADA EARTH SCIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE Reno/Sparks Convention.
Earthquakes Susan Bilek Associate Professor of Geophysics New Mexico Tech How to figure out the who, what, where, why… (or the location, size, type)
Turkey Earthquake Risk Model Financing the Risks of Natural Disasters World Bank Washington, DC, June 2-3, 2003 Dennis E. Kuzak Senior Vice President,
Review of Catalogs and Rate Determination in UCERF2 and Plans for UCERF3 Andy Michael.
Missouri Geological Survey Joe Gillman The Central U.S. is Earthquake Country: The Science Behind Earthquakes Hazard Preparedness Response.
Rapid Centroid Moment Tensor (CMT) Inversion in 3D Earth Structure Model for Earthquakes in Southern California 1 En-Jui Lee, 1 Po Chen, 2 Thomas H. Jordan,
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Mike Stickney Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Earthquake Studies Office Montana Regional Seismograph Network ANSS IMW RAC 21 August 2006.
U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Focal Mechanisms.
Brief history, Current Activities & ARRA Improvements David Oppenheimer – USGS Menlo Park.
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