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  List of Accepted Contributions - NP3.06 Dynamics of Seismicity Patterns and Earthquake Triggering (co-listed in SM)

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Matcharashvili, T.; Chelidze, T.; Khutsishvili, T.; Zhukova, N.; Mepharidze, E.
Control of temporal distribution of stick slip acoustic emission by periodic electromagnetic forcing

Gok, E.; Milkereit, C.; Akcig, Z.; Parlaktuna, M.; Erhan, Z.; Polat, O.
Seismicity of the Bursa Region (Turkey) and its vicinity: results from a microseismic experiment

Rigo, A.; Béthoux, N.; Masson, F.; Ritz, J.-F.
Seismicity rate and wave-velocity variations as consequences of rainfall: the case of the catastrophic storm of September 2002 in the Nîmes Fault region (Gard, France).

Marcellini, A.; Daminelli, R.
Aftershock prediction by the statistical absolute reaction rate model

Mignan, A.; King, G.C.P; Bowman, D.
Accelerating seismicity before large earthquakes and the Stress Accumulation Model

Bizzarri, A.; Belardinelli, M. E.
Modeling instantaneous dynamic triggering in a 3-D fault system: the case of an early and remote aftershock in the June 2000 South Iceland seismic sequence

Marzocchi, W.; Lombardi, A.M.
a time-dependent statistical distribution for worldwide large earthquakes

Dahm, T.; Krueger, F.
Gas-recovery from deep reservoirs and its potential to trigger earthquakes

Marzocchi, W.; Selva, J.; Cinti, F. R.; Montone, P.; Pierdominici, S.; Schivardi, R.
On the “recurrence” of large earthquakes: some insights from a model based on a realistic interacting fault system

Abaimov, S.G.; Turcotte, D.L.; Rundle, J.B.
Frequency-amplitude statistics and recurrence time interval statistics of slip events on the creeping section of the San Andreas fault

Wyss, M.; Pacchiani, F.
New evidence that b-values inversely correlate with stress: Dips of normal fault planes in the Corinth Rift

Shebalin, P.; Keilis-Borok, V.
Results of the first 3.5 years of the experiment in prospective earthquake prediction using Reverse Tracing of Precursors (RTP)

Carbunar, O.; Radulian, M.
Numerical simulation method applied for Vrancea (Romania) intermediate-depth earthquakes

Chan, C.; Ma, K.
Stress evolution associate with seismicity in the Taiwan region during Chi-Chi postseismic period

Matcharashvili, T.; Peinke, J.; Chelidze, T.; Gogiashvili, J.L.; Lursmanashvili, O.; Javakhishvili, Z.; Ahrens, B.
Influenec of periodic variations in water level on regional seismic acitivity around a large reservoir: field data and model

Martínez-Díaz, J. J.; Alvárez-Gómez, J. A.; García-Mayordomo, J.; Insua, J. M.
Seismic triggering process on small sized faults: Southern Betic Cordillera (Spain)

Zoeller, G.; Hainzl, S.
Recurrence time distributions of large earthquakes: the role of fault interaction

Nanjo, K. Z.; Wiemer, S.; Woessner, J.; Christophersen, A.; Euchner, F.; Schorlemmer, D.
Testing earthquake forecasts for Europe: Primary scope and recent progress

Ziv, A.
What controls the spatial distribution of remote aftershocks?

Mercerat, D.; Driad-Lebeau, L. ; Souley, M.; Bernard, P.
Induced seismicity monitoring of an underground salt cavity under a controlled pressure excitation (withdrawn)

Keilis-Borok, V.I.; Soloviev, A.A.; Gabrielov, A.M.
Structure of fault network and precursory seismicity patterns

Nuannin, P. ; Kulhanek, O.; Persson, L.
A study of b-value precursors applied to the Andaman-Sumatra region

Fischer, T.; Horálek, J.; Zedník, J.; Kotek, J.
Does deep CO2 discharge listen to distant and local earthquakes?

Tosi, P.; De Rubeis, V.; Loreto, V.; Pietronero, L.
Space-time combined correlations in seismicity

Corral, A.
Universal Earthquake-Occurrence Jumps, Correlations with Time, and Anomalous Diffusion

Hainzl, S.; Marsan, D.
Dependence of the Omori p-value on mainshock magnitude in rate-and-state friction models

Christophersen, A.; Smith, E.G.C
Modelling temporal earthquake occurrence from days to decades

Yunga, S.
Non double couple seismic sources and inhomogeneity of stress state

Lemarchand, N.; Grasso, J.-R.
Interelationship between earthquakes and volcano eruptions

Hetherington, A; Steacy, S; McCloskey, J
Investigating earthquake patterns and the effects of fault interaction using a cellular automata based model

Lorenzo-Martín, F.; Wang, R.; Pohl, D.; Roth, F.
Time-dependent Coulomb stress changes in the Marmara Sea region

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