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Highlights •Missing early aftershocks and repeaters are recovered by the matched-filter method. •Differential southward and northward expansion of early aftershocks are observed. •Repeaters...
Professor Stephen Self is co-author of “Assessing eruption column height in ancient flood basalt eruption.” The article came out in Volume 457, 1 January 2017 of Earth and Planetary Science...
Roland Bürgmann is co-author of a recent article in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. The article, “Fault Geometry Inversion and Slip Distribution of the 2010 Mw 7.2 El...
Sean M. Wahl and Burkhard Militzer are co-authors of “Tidal Response of Preliminary Jupiter Model,” in anticipation of improved observational data from the Juno spacecraft mission to...
Professor Burkhard Militzer is co-author of “Determination of calcium carbonate and sodium carbonate melting curves up to Earth's transition zone pressures with implications for the deep...
Taylor Kilian and Nicholas Swanson-Hysell are first and second authors, respectively, of “Paleomagnetism of the Teel basalts from the Zavkhan terrane: Implications for Paleozoic...
Professor Walter Alvarez’s new book, A Most Improbable Journey, narrates the gripping and astonishing stories that created our modern world. Set for release November 15, A Most Improbable...
California Magazine, the UC Berkeley alumni publication, consulted Professor Roland Bürgmann to comment on the swarm of small earthquakes near the Salton Sea that occurred on September 26,...
Prof. Dietrich bases his argument on the premise that standard theoretical picture of zonal flow generation cannot explain these unexpected results.
Professor David Shuster and Alka Tripathy-Lang co-authored a paper studying the geochronology of Western Tibet, a unique and largely ignored part of the plateau. Their research paper,...

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