Andrew J. Michael
Andrew J. Michael
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Seismicity remotely triggered by the magnitude 7.3 Landers, California, earthquake
DP Hill, PA Reasenberg, A Michael, WJ Arabaz, G Beroza, D Brumbaugh, ...
Science 260 (5114), 1617-1623, 1993
9131993
Determination of stress from slip data: faults and folds
AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 89 (B13), 11517-11526, 1984
7601984
Use of focal mechanisms to determine stress: a control study
AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 92 (B1), 357-368, 1987
6101987
Uniform California earthquake rupture forecast, version 3 (UCERF3)—The time‐independent model
EH Field, RJ Arrowsmith, GP Biasi, P Bird, TE Dawson, KR Felzer, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 104 (3), 1122-1180, 2014
3902014
Implications for prediction and hazard assessment from the 2004 Parkfield earthquake
WH Bakun, B Aagaard, B Dost, WL Ellsworth, JL Hardebeck, RA Harris, ...
Nature 437 (7061), 969-974, 2005
3542005
Three‐dimensional velocity structure, seismicity, and fault structure in the Parkfield region, central California
D Eberhart‐Phillips, AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B9), 15737-15758, 1993
3061993
Space-time migration of earthquakes along the North Anatolian fault zone and seismic gaps
MN Toksöz, AF Shakal, AJ Michael
Pure and Applied Geophysics 117 (6), 1258-1270, 1979
3031979
Damped regional‐scale stress inversions: Methodology and examples for southern California and the Coalinga aftershock sequence
JL Hardebeck, AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B11), 2006
2572006
A shallow fault-zone structure illuminated by trapped waves in the Karadere–Duzce branch of the North Anatolian Fault, western Turkey
Y Ben-Zion, Z Peng, D Okaya, L Seeber, JG Armbruster, N Ozer, ...
Geophysical Journal International 152 (3), 699-717, 2003
2362003
Three-dimensional compressional wavespeed model, earthquake relocations, and focal mechanisms for the Parkfield, California, region
C Thurber, H Zhang, F Waldhauser, J Hardebeck, A Michael, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 96 (4B), S38-S49, 2006
2292006
Stress field variations in the Swiss Alps and the northern Alpine foreland derived from inversion of fault plane solutions
U Kastrup, ML Zoback, N Deichmann, KF Evans, D Giardini, AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B1), 2004
1802004
2017 one‐year seismic‐hazard forecast for the central and eastern United States from induced and natural earthquakes
MD Petersen, CS Mueller, MP Moschetti, SM Hoover, AM Shumway, ...
Seismological Research Letters 88 (3), 772-783, 2017
1692017
Relations among fault behavior, subsurface geology, and three-dimensional velocity models
AJ Michael, D Eberhart-Phillips
Science 253 (5020), 651-654, 1991
1541991
Seismotectonics of the Loma Prieta, California, region determined from three‐dimensional V p , V p / V s , and seismicity
D Eberhart‐Phillips, AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B9), 21099-21120, 1998
1401998
Stress rotation during the Coalinga aftershock sequence
AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 92 (B8), 7963-7979, 1987
1391987
Coseismic stress changes induced by the 1989 Loma Prieta, California earthquake
AJ Michael, WL Ellsworth, DH Oppenheimer
Geophysical Research Letters 17 (9), 1441-1444, 1990
1301990
Spatial variations in stress within the 1987 Whittier Narrows, California, aftershock sequence: New techniques and results
AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 96 (B4), 6303-6319, 1991
1291991
Long‐term time‐dependent probabilities for the third Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast (UCERF3)
EH Field, GP Biasi, P Bird, TE Dawson, KR Felzer, DD Jackson, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 105 (2A), 511-543, 2015
1282015
Stress orientations at intermediate angles to the San Andreas Fault, California
JL Hardebeck, AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B11), 2004
1192004
Improved tests reveal that the accelerating moment release hypothesis is statistically insignificant
JL Hardebeck, KR Felzer, AJ Michael
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B8), 2008
1142008
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