Center for Earthquake Research and Information

overlay of posters and lecture

CEUS Earthquake Hazards Research Review and Planning Workshop

Agenda

Abstracts

Attendees

USGS National Seismic Hazard Maps

Home

CEUS Hazard Map

CEUS Workshop Abstracts

National Hazards Maps (Chuck Mueller USGS)students watching

  • The 2014 USGS National Seismic Hazard Maps
    Charles S. Mueller
    Abstract

Induced Seismicity (J. Rubinstein USGS, S. Horton CERI)student studying on floor

  • Monitoring Hydraulic Fracturing Operations: From Micro to Macro Seismicity
    Shawn Maxwell
    Abstract

  • Quantifying the Seismic Hazard From Natural and Induced Earthquakes
    Justin L. Rubinstein, et al
    Abstract
  • The Effects of Induced Seismicity on Seismic Hazard
    Charles S. Mueller, et al
    Abstract

  • Seismic Hazard and Ground Motion Implications of Induced Seismicity
    Gail M. Atkinson
    Abstract

Ground Motions (Gail Atkinson UWO, C. A. Langston CERI)posters on display

  • Engineering Ground Motion Issues
    Gail M. Atkinson
    Abstract

  • Lg Wave Propagation and Ground Motions
    Charles A. Langston
    Abstract

  • 3D Velocity Models and Wave Simulations
    Ramirez-Guzman, L., et al
    Abstract
  • Initial ENA Empirical GMPEs Using the NGA-East Database
    Al Noman, M.N., and Cramer, Chris H.
    Abstract

  • Hybrid Empirical Method: Evaluation of Ground-Motion Prediction Equations for Central and Eastern North America
    Campbell, Kenneth W.
    Abstract

  • 3D Earthquake Simulations as a Tool to Gain Insight From Velocity Models
    Ricardo Taborda
    Abstract

  • CEUS Ground Motion Models Used in the 2014 NSHMs
    Sanaz Rezaeian, et al
    Abstract

  • Lg Wave Attenuation in the CEUS
    Martin Chapman and Shahram Pezeshk
    Abstract

  • NGA-East Overview: Development of Ground Motion Prediction Equations for Central and Eastern North America
    Christine A. Goulet
    Abstract

  • GMPEs, Q, and NGA East
    Chris Cramer, et al
    Abstract

CEUS Earthquake System (S. Hough USGS, C. A. Powell CERI)three students

  • Central and Eastern U.S. Earthquakes Overview
    Christine Powell
    Abstract

  • Tectonic Framework of the Central and Eastern United States
    William A. Thomas
    Abstract

  • Earthquakes and geological structures of the St. Lawrence Rift System
    Maurice Lamontagne
    Abstract

  • Origin of Earthquakes in the EUS
    Robert D. Hatcher, Jr
    Abstract

  • The Role of Lithosphere Structure and Large-Scale Mantle Flow in the Forces that Affect Central and Eastern North America
    William E. Holt, et al
    Abstract

  • Status of GPS Array for Mid-America (GAMA)
    Robert Smalley, et al
    Abstract

  • Debunking the Long-lived Aftershock Hypothesis, New Madrid seismic zon
    Morgan Page and Susan Hough
    Abstract

    Quaternary Geology (R. VanArsdale UM, B. Magnani SMU)posters lined up

  • Quaternary Deformation, Geomorphology, and Model Testing of the Reelfoot Rift Region
    Roy Van Arsdale
    Abstract

  • Origin of the Blytheville Arch, and Long-term Displacement on the New Madrid Seismic Zone, Central U.S.
    Thomas L. Pratt, et al
    Abstract
  • Quaternary Earthquake Source Criteria for the National Seismic Hazard Maps
    Oliver S. Boyd
    Abstract

  • Recently acquired LiDAR across the New Madrid Seismic Zone reveal new earthquake-triggered landslides
    Gold, R.D. and Jibson, R.W.
    Abstract

  • Quaternary geology in the Mississippi River valley
    Guccione, M.J.
    Abstract

  • Paleoseismology and seismic source zones south of the New Madrid seismic zone and the East Tennessee seismic zone
    Randel Tom Cox
    Abstract

  • Paleoliquefaction and Geophysical tools in the Study of Paleoliquefaction
    Haydar Al-Shukri, Hanan Mahdi, and Martitia Tuttle
    Abstract

  • Geoscience lessons learned from the 2011 Mineral, Virginia earthquake
    J. Wright Horton, Jr., et al
    Abstract

  • Paleoseismology of the Wabash Valley seismic zone region
    Ronald C. Counts
    Abstract

  • Viewing Post-orogenic Landscapes Through the Lens of Tectonic Geomorphology
    Sean F. Gallen
    Abstract

  Posterstwo students walking down steps

  • The Impact of Incomplete Historic Sources in New Madrid Earthquake Seismological Research
    Nathan K. Moran
    Abstract

  • Paleoseismic Evaluation of ETSZ: Importance of Evaluating Origin and Uncertainty for New Paleoseismic Data for Seismic Source Characterization in CEUS
    Clahan, K. B., et al
    Abstract

  • Evidence of the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone in Southeastern Kentucky
    N. Seth Carpenter, et al
    Abstract

  • Developing Ground Motion Estimates from M>6.0 Earthquake Intensity Observations for Use in ENA Emperical GMPEs
    Chris H. Cramer
    Abstract

  • Topographic lineaments, liquefaction features, and possible fault rupture along the Cottonwood Grove fault in Blytheville, Arkansas
    Niemi, Tina M., et al
    Abstract

  • Comparing the CENA GMPEs using NGA-East ground motion database
    Luke P. Ogweno and Chris H. Cramer
    Abstract
  • A Seismotectonic Model for the Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone
    Christine Powell
    Abstract

  • Airborne geophysical survey data used to infer geological features associated with the 2011 Mw5.8 earthquake near Mineral, Virginia
    Anjana K. Shah, et al
    Abstract

  • The Potential of Caves as Recorders of Datable Paleoseismic Events in the Central and Eastern U.S.
    John C. Tinsley
    Abstract

  • Can We Use Historic Building Damage to Constrain Strong Ground Motion?
    Steven C. Jaumé and Krystle S. Miner
    Abstract

  • Spatial Variation of b-value in the New Madrid Seismic Zone
    Akram Mostafanejad, et al
    Abstract

  • Crust and Upper Mantle Velocity Structure of the New Madrid Seismic Zone: A Joint Local and Teleseismic P Tomographic Study
    Cecilia A. Nyamwandha, et al
    Abstract

  • Communicating Earthquakes and Seismic Hazards in the New Madrid Seismic Zone
    Zhenming Wang and James C. Cobb
    Abstract

  • Recently Discovered Northeast-Oriented Transpression Structure in the Northern New Madrid Seismic Zone: Evidence of Shear Zone Extension Across the Reelfoot Fault Stepover Arm?
    Woolery, E.W and Almayahi, A.Z.
    Abstractposters by elevator

Download a PDF of all available abstracts here.

 

Text Only | Print | Got a Question? Ask TOM | Contact Us | Memphis, TN 38152 | 901/678-2000 | Copyright 2014 University of Memphis | Important Notice | Last Updated: 
CERI | 3890 Central Ave | Memphis, TN 38152 | Phone: 901-678-2007 | Fax: 901-678-4734
Last Updated: 7/15/14