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  Oral Programme - SM9/TS20 Physics and Mechanics of Earthquakes (co-organized by TS) (co-listed in GD) (co-sponsored by GD & TS)

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Convener: Schmittbuhl, J.
Co-Convener: Cochard, A., Nielsen, S.

Wednesday, 27 April 2005

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 8

Chairperson: COCHARD, A.

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8:30 - 9:00
EGU05-A-05775;  SM9/TS20-1WE1O-001
Madariaga, R.
Seismic energy radiation from dynamic faulting (solicited)

9:00 - 9:15
EGU05-A-08446;  SM9/TS20-1WE1O-002
Podgorski, I.; Bean, C.J.; Marsan, D.
Molecular dynamic modelling of fault rupture and crack dynamics

9:15 - 9:30
EGU05-A-10090;  SM9/TS20-1WE1O-003
Schmittbuhl, J.; Maloy, K.J.; Toussaint, R.
Velocity fluctuations of a crack front during slow propagation and seismic moment distribution

9:30 - 9:45
EGU05-A-04955;  SM9/TS20-1WE1O-004
Nielsen, S.; Di Toro, G.; Pennacchioni, G.
Earthquake rupture directivity frozen in pseudotachylyte-bearing faults

9:45 - 10:00
EGU05-A-09805;  SM9/TS20-1WE1O-005
Putelat, T.; Willis, J. R.
On the selection of active fault planes

Coffee Break

Chairperson: SCHMITTBUHL, J.

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10:30 - 10:45
EGU05-A-06018;  SM9/TS20-1WE2O-001
Abe, S; Latham, S
Investigation of Grain Fracture Mechanisms in Numerical Simulations of Granular Fault Gouge in 3D

10:45 - 11:00
EGU05-A-04805;  SM9/TS20-1WE2O-002
Mair, K; Hazzard, J
Nature of stress accommodation in sheared fault gouge: Insights from 3D numerical modelling

11:00 - 11:15
EGU05-A-09675;  SM9/TS20-1WE2O-003
Vallée, M.
Rupture extent and duration of the Mw=9. Sumatra earthquake

11:15 - 11:30
EGU05-A-07885;  SM9/TS20-1WE2O-004
Doan, M.L. ; Cornet, F.H.
Hydraulic anomalies triggered close to an active fault by far field earthquakes

11:30 - 11:45
EGU05-A-05358;  SM9/TS20-1WE2O-005
Francois-Holden, C.; Sladen, A.; Peyrat, S.; Madariaga, R.
Nonlinear kinematic inversion of the October 2000 Tottori, Japan earthquake

11:45 - 12:00
EGU05-A-07638;  SM9/TS20-1WE2O-006
Krueger, F.; Dahm, T.
Kinematic rupture parameters of deep south-american earthquakes determined with a higher order moment tensor inversion

Lunch Break

Chairperson: NIELSEN, S.

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13:30 - 13:45
EGU05-A-05819;  SM9/TS20-1WE3O-001
Miyazaki, S; Larson, K.M.; Choi, K.; Koketsu, K.; Hikima, K.; Bodin, P.; Haase, J.; Emore, G.; Yamagiwa, Y.
Rupture process of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake inferred from 1-Hz GPS

13:45 - 14:00
EGU05-A-04067;  SM9/TS20-1WE3O-002
Ziv, A.
On the role of multiple interactions in remote aftershock triggering: The Landers and the Hector Mine case studies

14:00 - 14:15
EGU05-A-05503;  SM9/TS20-1WE3O-003
Console, R.; Catalli, F.
A physical model for aftershocks triggered by dislocation on a fault

14:15 - 14:30
EGU05-A-09135;  SM9/TS20-1WE3O-004
Fischer, T.
Rupture Propagation of Microearthquakes

14:30 - 14:45
EGU05-A-05563;  SM9/TS20-1WE3O-005
González, Á.; Gómez, J. B.; Pacheco, A. F.
Empirical scaling relations for seismic faults


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