Session Details

Session SS1 - 1999 Mw7.6 Chi-Chi Earthquake: 20 years of scientific study Earthquake, A4 - Earthquake triggered geohazards, B6 ‐ The nature of aseismic slip: observations and simulations, B7 - General seismology
Chairs Wei-An Chao, Kate Chen
Date/Time 16th_PM2, 16:10 ~ 17:40
Location Conference Hall
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PaperNOPaper / Abstract
A4-001

16:10
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16:30
THE FORMATION AND FAILURE OF LANDSLIDE DAM IN CHICHI EARTHQUAKE 1999 AND TYPHOON MORAKOT 2009
Su-Chin Chen
breach, CHICHI EARTHQUAKE, landslide dam, overtopping, Typhoon Morakot.
A4-011

16:30
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16:45
CAN WE UNDERSTAND LANDSLIDE FROM COSEISMIC LANDSLIDE SEISMIC SIGNALS?
Che-Ming Yang, Yi-Han Wu, vvn Weian Chao
amplitude tracing method (ATM), Chi-Chi earthquake, identification of coseismic landslide (ICOL), Newmark method, seismic signal
SS1-011

16:45
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17:00
LOWER-CRUSTAL RHEOLOGY IN THE TAIWAN OROGEN REVEALED BY THE POSTSEISMIC TRANSIENTS FOLLOWING THE 1999 CHI-CHI EARTHQUAKE
Wu-Lung Chang, Chi-Hsien Tang, Ya-Ju Hsu, Sylvain Barbot, James D. P. Moore
1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake, earthquake cycle, postseismic deformation, rheology
B7-012

17:00
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17:15
TEMPORAL VELOCITY CHANGES IN THE CRUST OVER 2005?2015 NEAR THE SUMATRA SUBDUTION ZONE EXAMINED USING REPEATING AFTERSHOCKS
W. Yu, J.T. Lin, J. Su, T.R.A. Song, C.C. Kang
2007 Bengkulu Earthquake, seismology, re-damage
B7-014

17:15
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17:30
EVALUATING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN TECTONIC TREMORS AND EARTHQUAKES IN TAIWAN FROM SEVEN YEARS CATALOGS
Shinji Toda, Kate Huihsuan Chen, Wei Peng
short-term triggering, static stress change, tremor
B7-013

17:30
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17:45
Scattering and intrinsic attenuation of S-waves in the southern Aegean derived using Multiple Lapse Time Window analysis
Pratul Ranjan, Kostas Konstantinou
attenuation, intrinsic, Multiple Lapse Time Window, scattering, southern Aegean
B6-013

17:45
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18:00
Single-Station Classification of Tectonic Tremor Using Fisher’s Class Separability Criterion-Based Feature Selection
Ting-Chen Yeh
machine learning, tremor
Total: 7 papers
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