David J Wald
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Characterizing crustal earthquake slip models for the prediction of strong ground motion
P Somerville, K Irikura, R Graves, S Sawada, D Wald, N Abrahamson, ...
Seismological Research Letters 70 (1), 59-80, 1999
10471999
Slab1. 0: A three‐dimensional model of global subduction zone geometries
GP Hayes, DJ Wald, RL Johnson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B1), 2012
10122012
Relationships between peak ground acceleration, peak ground velocity, and modified Mercalli intensity in California
DJ Wald, V Quitoriano, TH Heaton, H Kanamori
Earthquake spectra 15 (3), 557-564, 1999
9651999
Near‐source ground motion and its effects on flexible buildings
JF Hall, TH Heaton, MW Halling, DJ Wald
Earthquake spectra 11 (4), 569-605, 1995
9051995
Spatial and temporal distribution of slip for the 1992 Landers, California, earthquake
DJ Wald, TH Heaton
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (3), 668-691, 1994
8741994
Rupture process of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake
CJ Ammon, C Ji, HK Thio, D Robinson, S Ni, V Hjorleifsdottir, H Kanamori, ...
Science 308 (5725), 1133-1139, 2005
7722005
TriNet “ShakeMaps”: Rapid generation of peak ground motion and intensity maps for earthquakes in southern California
DJ Wald, V Quitoriano, TH Heaton, H Kanamori, CW Scrivner, CB Worden
Earthquake Spectra 15 (3), 537-555, 1999
6851999
Topographic slope as a proxy for seismic site conditions and amplification
DJ Wald, TI Allen
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 97 (5), 1379-1395, 2007
6762007
The slip history of the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake determined from strong-motion, teleseismic, GPS, and leveling data
DJ Wald, TH Heaton, KW Hudnut
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 86 (1B), S49-S70, 1996
5051996
Source description of the 1999 Hector Mine, California, earthquake, part I: Wavelet domain inversion theory and resolution analysis
C Ji, DJ Wald, DV Helmberger
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 92 (4), 1192-1207, 2002
4932002
Response of high-rise and base-isolated buildings to a hypothetical Mw 7.0 blind thrust earthquake
TH Heaton, JF Hall, DJ Wald, MW Halling
Science 267 (5195), 206-211, 1995
3881995
Rupture model of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake from the inversion of strong-motion and broadband teleseismic data
DJ Wald, DV Helmberger, TH Heaton
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 81 (5), 1540-1572, 1991
3561991
On the Use of High-Resolution Topographic Data as a Proxy for Seismic Site Conditions (VS30)
TI Allen, DJ Wald
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99 (2A), 935-943, 2009
2852009
ShakeMap manual: technical manual, user's guide, and software guide
DJ Wald, BC Worden, V Quitoriano, KL Pankow
Techniques and Methods, 2005
2682005
“Did You Feel It?” intensity data: A surprisingly good measure of earthquake ground motion
GM Atkinson, DJ Wald
Seismological Research Letters 78 (3), 362-368, 2007
2512007
Probabilistic relationships between ground‐motion parameters and modified Mercalli intensity in California
CB Worden, MC Gerstenberger, DA Rhoades, DJ Wald
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 102 (1), 204-221, 2012
2232012
Utilization of the Internet for rapid community intensity maps
DJ Wald, V Quitoriano, LA Dengler, JW Dewey
Seismological Research Letters 70 (6), 680-697, 1999
2191999
Source description of the 1999 Hector Mine, California, earthquake, part II: Complexity of slip history
C Ji, DJ Wald, DV Helmberger
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 92 (4), 1208-1226, 2002
1892002
Slip history of the 1995 Kobe, Japan, earthquake determined from strong motion, teleseismic, and geodetic data
DJ Wald
Journal of Physics of the Earth 44 (5), 489-503, 1996
1871996
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
1792010
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