New Papers by the Nevada Geodetic Lab in 2015

A new set of peer-reviewed publications with authors from Nevada Geodetic Lab have recently become available.
Please see this link to access the papers in PDF format:

Donnellan, A., L. Grant Ludwig, J.W. Parker, J. B. Rundle, J. Wang, M. Pierce, G. Blewitt, and S. Hensley, 2015, Potential for a large earthquake near Los Angeles inferred from the 2014 La Habra earthquake, Earth and Space Science, 2, doi:10.1002/2015EA000113.

Bird, P., D.D. Jackson, Y.Y. Kagan, C. Kreemer, and R.S. Stein, 2015. GEAR1: A Global Earthquake Activity Rate model constructed from geodetic strain rates and smoothed seismicity. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 105, 2538-2554. (PDF)

Keiding, M., C. Kreemer, C.D. Lindholm, S. Gradmann, O. Olesen and H.P. Kierulf, 2015. A comparison of strain rates and seismicity for Fennoscandia: depth dependency of deformation from glacial isostatic adjustment, Geophysical Journal International, 202, 1021-1028. (PDF)

Aster, R, M. Simons, R. Burgmann, N. Gomez, W.C. Hammond, S. Holbrook, E. Chaussard, L. Stearns, G. Egbert, J. Hole, T. Lay, S. McNutt, M. Oskin, B. Schmandt, D. Schmidt, J. Vidale, L. Wagner, P. Winberry, 2015, Future geophysical facilities required to address grand challenges in the Earth sciences, A community report to the National Science Foundation. (PDF)

Blewitt, 2015, GPS and space-based geodetic methods, in Treatise in Geophysics, ed. G. Schubert, 307-333, Elsevier,doi:10.1016/B978-0-444-53802-4.00060-9. (PDF)

Blewitt, 2015, Terrestrial reference frame requirements for studies of geodynamics and climate change, International Association of Geodesy Symposia, 1-8, doi:10.1007/1345_2015_142. (PDF)

Bird, P., and C. Kreemer, 2015. Revised tectonic forecast of global shallow seismicity based on version 2.1 of the Global Strain Rate Map. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 105, 152-166. (PDF)

Melgar, D., J. Geng, B.W. Crowell, J.S. Haase, W.C. Hammond, Y. Bock, R.M. Allen, 2015, Seismogeodesy of the 2014 Mw6.1 Napa, California, Earthquake: Rapid response and modeling of fast rupture on a dipping strike-slip fault, Journal of Geophysical Research – Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1029/2015JB011921. (PDF)

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