Seminars typically take place virtually at 10:30 AM (Pacific) on Wednesdays on Microsoft Teams.
We record most seminars. You can watch live or check the archives to view a past seminar.
Megathrust seismicity holes and coronas: What they mean for hazard, and the hunt for prehistoric subduction events
Ross Stein, Temblor
¡Alerta! Engineering on Shaky Ground
Elizabeth Reddy, Colorado School of Mines
The November 2, 2002 Mw 7.9 Denali Fault Earthquake, Alaska: It’s Geological, Seismological, and Engineering Legacy
David Schwartz, USGS
Indirect Monitoring of Infrastructure Systems
Haeyong Noh, Stanford
Taiyi Wang, Stanford
Liquefaction or liquefiction? Anthropogenic regulation and the influence of evaporite dissolution on ground failure in the 2019 Mw 7.1 Ridgecrest Earthquake and beyond
A Retrospective Look at the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake: Historical Context, Impact, and Modern Science
Susan Hough, USGS