Stanford QUAKE Seminar
This quarter's topic: Induced Seismicity Potential in Energy Technologies
Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m., Mitchell 350
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Fall 2013 Schedule
The first 5 weeks are for reading chapters from the NRC induced seismicity report and discussing them. The last 2 weeks are for leading group discussion about best practices.
10/16 - Lucile, Kali
10/23 - Andreas, Clara
10/30 - Jeremy, Richard
11/6 - Brad, Gabe
11/13 - Randi, Sarah
11/20 - Arjun, Cyndi
12/4 - Guest speaker, F. Passelegue (lab experiments, supershear)
Past seminar topics
2009 winter, Multi-week case studies of individual earthquakes.
2009 spring, Seismicity induced by changes in pore fluid pressure.
2009 fall, Updates about ongoing research.
2010 winter, Triggering seismicity.
2010 spring, Volcano seismicity.
2010 fall, Triggered/induced seismicity and associated seismic hazard.
2011 winter, Updates about ongoing research.
2011 spring, The great Tohoku earthquake of 11 March 2011.
2011 fall, Ice and glacier seismicity.
2012 winter, Updates about ongoing research.
2012 fall, Earthquakes, from Atomic to Plate Tectonic
2013 winter, Research Updates
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