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Static stress changes and the triggering of earthquakes
GCP King, RS Stein, J Lin
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (3), 935-953, 1994
29911994
The role of stress transfer in earthquake occurrence
RS Stein
Nature 402 (6762), 605-609, 1999
19371999
Progressive failure on the North Anatolian fault since 1939 by earthquake stress triggering
RS Stein, AA Barka, JH Dieterich
Geophysical Journal International 128 (3), 594-604, 1997
15761997
Stress triggering in thrust and subduction earthquakes and stress interaction between the southern San Andreas and nearby thrust and strike‐slip faults
J Lin, RS Stein
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B2), 2004
11022004
Forecasting the evolution of seismicity in southern California: Animations built on earthquake stress transfer
S Toda, RS Stein, K Richards‐Dinger, SB Bozkurt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B5), 2005
9552005
Stress transferred by the 1995 Mw = 6.9 Kobe, Japan, shock: Effect on aftershocks and future earthquake probabilities
S Toda, RS Stein, PA Reasenberg, JH Dieterich, A Yoshida
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B10), 24543-24565, 1998
8271998
Change in failure stress on the southern San Andreas fault system caused by the 1992 magnitude= 7.4 Landers earthquake
RS Stein, GCP King, J Lin
Science 258 (5086), 1328-1332, 1992
7911992
Heightened odds of large earthquakes near Istanbul: an interaction-based probability calculation
T Parsons, S Toda, RS Stein, A Barka, JH Dieterich
Science 288 (5466), 661-665, 2000
6992000
Coulomb 3.3 Graphic-rich deformation and stress-change software for earthquake, tectonic, and volcano research and teaching—user guide
S Toda, RS Stein, V Sevilgen, J Lin
US Geological Survey open-file report 1060 (2011), 63, 2011
4962011
Stress triggering of the 1994 M= 6.7 Northridge, California, earthquake by its predecessors
RS Stein, GCP King, J Lin
Science 265 (5177), 1432-1435, 1994
4741994
12 May 2008 M= 7.9 Wenchuan, China, earthquake calculated to increase failure stress and seismicity rate on three major fault systems
S Toda, J Lin, M Meghraoui, RS Stein
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (17), 2008
4282008
Tectonic contraction across Los Angeles after removal of groundwater pumping effects
GW Bawden, W Thatcher, RS Stein, KW Hudnut, G Peltzer
Nature 412 (6849), 812-815, 2001
4162001
Evidence from the ad 2000 Izu islands earthquake swarm that stressing rate governs seismicity
S Toda, RS Stein, T Sagiya
Nature 419 (6902), 58-61, 2002
4022002
The 1979 Homestead Valley earthquake sequence, California: Control of aftershocks and postseismic deformation
RS Stein, M Lisowski
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 88 (B8), 6477-6490, 1983
3861983
The growth of geological structures by repeated earthquakes 1. Conceptual framework
GCP King, RS Stein, JB Rundle
Journal of Geophysical research: solid Earth 93 (B11), 13307-13318, 1988
3841988
Uniform California earthquake rupture forecast, version 2 (UCERF 2)
EH Field, TE Dawson, KR Felzer, AD Frankel, V Gupta, TH Jordan, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99 (4), 2053-2107, 2009
3682009
Stress sensitivity of fault seismicity: A comparison between limited‐offset oblique and major strike‐slip faults
T Parsons, RS Stein, RW Simpson, PA Reasenberg
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B9), 20183-20202, 1999
3091999
The growth of geological structures by repeated earthquakes 2. Field examples of continental dip‐slip faults
RS Stein, GCP King, JB Rundle
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 93 (B11), 13319-13331, 1988
2861988
Seismic potential revealed by surface folding: 1983 Coalinga, California, earthquake
RS Stein, GCP King
Science 224 (4651), 869-872, 1984
2771984
Hidden earthquakes
RS Stein, RS Yeats
Scientific American 260 (6), 48-59, 1989
2631989
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