Debi Kilb
Debi Kilb
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
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TitleCited byYear
Triggering of earthquake aftershocks by dynamic stresses
D Kilb, J Gomberg, P Bodin
Nature 408 (6812), 570, 2000
2392000
Correlations between earthquakes and large mud volcano eruptions
R Mellors, D Kilb, A Aliyev, A Gasanov, G Yetirmishli
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B4), 2007
1662007
OMG earthquake! Can Twitter improve earthquake response?
P Earle, M Guy, R Buckmaster, C Ostrum, S Horvath, A Vaughan
Seismological Research Letters 81 (2), 246-251, 2010
1642010
Earthquake source scaling and self‐similarity estimation from stacking P and S spectra
GA Prieto, PM Shearer, FL Vernon, D Kilb
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B8), 2004
1612004
Aftershock triggering by complete Coulomb stress changes
D Kilb, J Gomberg, P Bodin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B4), ESE 2-1-ESE 2-14, 2002
1572002
Data products at the IRIS DMC: Stepping stones for research and other applications
C Trabant, AR Hutko, M Bahavar, R Karstens, T Ahern, R Aster
Seismological Research Letters 83 (5), 846-854, 2012
782012
A comparison of spectral parameter kappa from small and moderate earthquakes using southern California ANZA seismic network data
D Kilb, G Biasi, J Anderson, J Brune, Z Peng, FL Vernon
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 102 (1), 284-300, 2012
602012
On the origin of diverse aftershock mechanisms following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake
D Kilb, M Ellis, J Gomberg, S Davis
Geophysical Journal International 128 (3), 557-570, 1997
521997
A strong correlation between induced peak dynamic Coulomb stress change from the 1992 M7. 3 Landers, California, earthquake and the hypocenter of the 1999 M7. 1 Hector Mine …
D Kilb
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B1), ESE 3-1-ESE 3-7, 2003
512003
The initial subevent of the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake: Is earthquake size predictable?
D Kilb, J Gomberg
Journal of Seismology 3 (4), 409-420, 1999
511999
Fault parameter constraints using relocated earthquakes: A validation of first-motion focal-mechanism data
D Kilb, JL Hardebeck
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 96 (3), 1140-1158, 2006
492006
Earthquake triggering by dynamic stresses
D Kilb
Nature 408, 570-574, 2000
472000
Loading of the San Andreas fault by flood-induced rupture of faults beneath the Salton Sea
D Brothers, D Kilb, K Luttrell, N Driscoll, G Kent
Nature Geoscience 4 (7), 486, 2011
452011
Implications of diverse fault orientations imaged in relocated aftershocks of the Mount Lewis, ML 5.7, California, earthquake
D Kilb, AM Rubin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B11), ESE 5-1-ESE 5-17, 2002
392002
Listening to the 2011 magnitude 9.0 Tohoku-Oki, Japan, earthquake
Z Peng, C Aiken, D Kilb, DR Shelly, B Enescu
Seismological Research Letters 83 (2), 287-293, 2012
362012
RoomQuake: embedding dynamic phenomena within the physical space of an elementary school classroom
T Moher, S Hussain, T Halter, D Kilb
CHI'05 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1665-1668, 2005
362005
Seismogenic, electrically conductive, and fluid zones at continental plate boundaries in New Zealand, Himalaya, and California, USA
GR Jiracek, VM Gonzalez, TG Caldwell, PE Wannamaker, D Kilb
GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH-AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION 175, 347, 2007
312007
Spatiotemporal analyses of earthquake productivity and size distribution: Observations and simulations
A Ziv, AM Rubin, D Kilb
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 93 (5), 2069-2081, 2003
312003
Listen, watch, learn: SeisSound video products
D Kilb, Z Peng, D Simpson, A Michael, M Fisher, D Rohrlick
Seismological Research Letters 83 (2), 281-286, 2012
272012
Aftershock detection thresholds as a function of time: Results from the ANZA seismic network following the 31 October 2001 ML 5.1 Anza, California, earthquake
D Kilb, VG Martynov, FL Vernon
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 97 (3), 780-792, 2007
212007
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