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Earthquake Hazard Evaluation

Eiichi Fukuyama, John B. Rundle, and Kristy F. Tiampo, editors
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Preface.- Origin of the Velocity-Strengthening Nature of Granular Friction.- Shear Band Formation in Numerical Simulations Applying a Continuum Damage Rheology Model.- Scale Effects in Simple Models for the Dynamics of Faults.- Finite Difference Simulations of Seismic Wave Propagation for the 2007 Mw 6.6 Niigata-ken Chuetsu-Oki Earthquake: Validity of Models and Reliable Input Ground Motion in the Near-Field.- High-Frequency Radiation from an Earthquake Fault: A Review and a Hypothesis of Fractal Rupture Front Geometry.- FDM Simulation of an Anomalous Later Phase from the Japan Trench Subduction Zone Earthquakes.- FDM Simulation of Seismic Waves, Ocean Acoustic Waves, and Tsunamis Based on Tsunami-Coupled Equations of Motion.- A Revised Evaluation of Tsunami Hazards along the Chinese Coast in View of the Tohoku-Oki Earthquake.- Optimization of Seismicity-Based Forecasts.- Statistical Variability and Tokunaga Branching of Aftershock Sequences Utilizing BASS Model Simulations.- Multi-Methods Combined Analysis of Future Earthquake Potential.- Effects of Location Errors in Pattern Informatics.- Retrospective Study on the Predictability of Pattern Informatics to the Wenchuan M8.0 and Yutian M7.3 Earthquakes.- Intermediate-Term Medium-Range Precursory Accelerating Seismicity Prior to the 12 May 2008, Wenchuan Earthquake.- Aftershock Statistics of the 1999 Chi–Chi, Taiwan Earthquake and the Concept of Omori Times.- New Progress in LURR-Integrating with the Dimensional Method.- Failure Potential Evaluation in Engineering Experiments Using Load/Unload Response Ratio Method.