Lessons from the South Napa Earthquake

USGS scientists and others

Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Location:
Building 3, Room 3240 (main USGS conference room)

Science briefing among researchers to share current knowledge and ongoing work studying the M6 South Napa Earthquake of August 24

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Location:

USGS
345 Middlefield Rd.
Building 3, Room 3240 (2nd floor, main USGS conference room)

Agenda (10-12 min talks):

  1. Introduction - Jack Boatwright, USGS
  2. Earthquake sequence, aftershock probabilities & EEW - Brad Aagaard, USGS
  3. Aftershock sequence modeling - Andrea Llenos, USGS
  4. Earthquake relocations - Jeanne Hardebeck, USGS
  5. UAVSAR - Andrea Donnellan, NASA JPL
  6. Surface rupture & ground failure - Dan Ponti, USGS
  7. Geodetic signature and fault rupture models - Fred Pollitz, USGS
  8. Ground motions - Annemarie Baltay, USGS
  9. Aftershock instrument deployment - Brad Aagaard, USGS
  10. Damage - Erol Kalkan, USGS
  11. Clearinghouse - Heidi Tremayne, EERI

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