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PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Earthquake Prediction: The Scientific Challenge

 

 

Earthquake prediction: The scientific challenge
L.Knopoff

 

3719–3720

 

 

Earthquake prediction: The interaction of public policy and science
Lucile M.Jones

 

3721–3725

 

 

Initiation process of earthquakes and its implications for seismic hazard reduction strategy
Hiroo Kanamori

 

3726–3731

 

 

Intermediate- and long-term earthquake prediction
Lynn R.Sykes

 

3732–3739

 

 

Scale dependence in earthquake phenomena and its relevance to earthquake prediction
Keiiti Aki

 

3740–3747

 

 

Intermediate-term earthquake prediction
V.I. Keilis-Borok

 

3748–3755

 

 

A selective phenomenology of the seismicity of Southern California
L.Knopoff

 

3756–3763

 

 

The repetition of large-earthquake ruptures
Kerry Sieh

 

3764–3771

 

 

Hypothesis testing and earthquake prediction
David D.Jackson

 

3772–3775

 

 

What electrical measurements can say about changes in fault systems
Theodore R.Madden and Randall L.Mackie

 

3776–3780

 

 

Geochemical challenge to earthquake prediction
Hiroshi Wakita

 

3781–3786

 

 

Implications of fault constitutive properties for earthquake prediction
James H.Dieterich and Brian Kilgore

 

3787–3794

 

 

Nonuniformity of the constitutive law parameters for shear rupture and quasistatic nucleation to dynamic rupture: A physical model of earthquake generation processes
Mitiyasu Ohnaka

 

3795–3802

 

 

Rock friction and its implications for earthquake prediction examined via models of Parkfield earthquakes
Terry E.Tullis

 

3803–3810

 

 

Slip complexity in earthquake fault models
James R.Rice and Yehuda Ben-Zion

 

3811–3818



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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Table of Contents Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Earthquake Prediction: The Scientific Challenge     Earthquake prediction: The scientific challenge L.Knopoff   3719–3720     Earthquake prediction: The interaction of public policy and science Lucile M.Jones   3721–3725     Initiation process of earthquakes and its implications for seismic hazard reduction strategy Hiroo Kanamori   3726–3731     Intermediate- and long-term earthquake prediction Lynn R.Sykes   3732–3739     Scale dependence in earthquake phenomena and its relevance to earthquake prediction Keiiti Aki   3740–3747     Intermediate-term earthquake prediction V.I. Keilis-Borok   3748–3755     A selective phenomenology of the seismicity of Southern California L.Knopoff   3756–3763     The repetition of large-earthquake ruptures Kerry Sieh   3764–3771     Hypothesis testing and earthquake prediction David D.Jackson   3772–3775     What electrical measurements can say about changes in fault systems Theodore R.Madden and Randall L.Mackie   3776–3780     Geochemical challenge to earthquake prediction Hiroshi Wakita   3781–3786     Implications of fault constitutive properties for earthquake prediction James H.Dieterich and Brian Kilgore   3787–3794     Nonuniformity of the constitutive law parameters for shear rupture and quasistatic nucleation to dynamic rupture: A physical model of earthquake generation processes Mitiyasu Ohnaka   3795–3802     Rock friction and its implications for earthquake prediction examined via models of Parkfield earthquakes Terry E.Tullis   3803–3810     Slip complexity in earthquake fault models James R.Rice and Yehuda Ben-Zion   3811–3818

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America     Dynamic friction and the origin of the complexity of earthquake sources Raúl Madariaga and Alain Cochard   3819–3824     Slip complexity in dynamic models of earthquake faults J.S.Langer, J.M.Carlson, Christopher R.Myers, and Bruce E.Shaw   3825–3829     The organization of seismicity on fault networks L.Knopoff   3830–3837     GEOPHYSICS         Geometric incompatibility in a fault system Andrei Gabrielov, Vladimir Keilis-Borok, and David D.Jackson   3838–3842