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Steven G. Wesnousky
Steven G. Wesnousky
Professor of Geology and Seismology, University of Nevada, Reno
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Displacement and geometrical characteristics of earthquake surface ruptures: Issues and implications for seismic-hazard analysis and the process of earthquake rupture
SG Wesnousky
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 98 (4), 1609-1632, 2008
7972008
Predicting the endpoints of earthquake ruptures
SG Wesnousky
Nature 444 (7117), 358-360, 2006
6432006
Seismological and structural evolution of strike-slip faults
SG Wesnousky
Nature 335 (6188), 340-343, 1988
5171988
The Gutenberg-Richter or characteristic earthquake distribution, which is it?
SG Wesnousky
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (6), 1940-1959, 1994
5131994
Earthquakes, Quaternary faults, and seismic hazard in California
SG Wesnousky
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 91 (B12), 12587-12631, 1986
4711986
Scaling differences between large interplate and intraplate earthquakes
CH Scholz, CA Aviles, SG Wesnousky
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 76 (1), 65-70, 1986
4171986
Paleoseismic evidence of great surface rupture earthquakes along the Indian Himalaya
S Kumar, SG Wesnousky, TK Rockwell, RW Briggs, VC Thakur, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B3), 2006
3952006
Uplift and convergence along the Himalayan Frontal Thrust of India
SG Wesnousky, S Kumar, R Mohindra, VC Thakur
Tectonics 18 (6), 967-976, 1999
3651999
Fault trace complexity, cumulative slip, and the shape of the magnitude-frequency distribution for strike-slip faults: A global survey
MW Stirling, SG Wesnousky, K Shimazaki
Geophysical Journal International 124 (3), 833-868, 1996
3101996
Earthquake frequency distribution and the mechanics of faulting
SG Wesnousky, CH Scholz, K Shimazaki, T Matsuda
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 88 (B11), 9331-9340, 1983
3051983
Surface rupture of the 2005 Kashmir, Pakistan, earthquake and its active tectonic implications
H Kaneda, T Nakata, H Tsutsumi, H Kondo, N Sugito, Y Awata, SS Akhtar, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 98 (2), 521-557, 2008
2882008
Earthquake recurrence and rupture dynamics of Himalayan Frontal Thrust, India
S Kumar, SG Wesnousky, TK Rockwell, D Ragona, VC Thakur, GG Seitz
Science 294 (5550), 2328-2331, 2001
2572001
Earthquake size as a function of fault slip rate
JG Anderson, SG Wesnousky, MW Stirling
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 86 (3), 683-690, 1996
2431996
Active faulting in the Walker Lane
SG Wesnousky
Tectonics 24 (3), 2005
2402005
Paleoseismological evidence of surface faulting along the northeastern Himalayan front, India: Timing, size, and spatial extent of great earthquakes
S Kumar, SG Wesnousky, R Jayangondaperumal, T Nakata, Y Kumahara, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B12), 2010
2352010
Shoreline processes and the age of the Lake Lahontan highstand in the Jessup embayment, Nevada
KD Adams, SG Wesnousky
Geological Society of America Bulletin 110 (10), 1318-1332, 1998
2281998
Deformation of an island arc: rates of moment release and crustal shortening in intraplate Japan determined from seismicity and Quaternary fault data
SG Wesnousky, CH Scholz, K Shimazaki
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 87 (B8), 6829-6852, 1982
2021982
Surface faulting of the 1954 Fairview Peak (MS 7.2) and Dixie Valley (MS 6.8) earthquakes, central Nevada
SJ Caskey, SG Wesnousky, P Zhang, DB Slemmons
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 86 (3), 761-787, 1996
1941996
Fault slip rates and earthquake histories for active faults in southern California
MD Petersen, SG Wesnousky
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (5), 1608-1649, 1994
1771994
The San Andreas and Walker Lane fault systems, western North America: Transpression, transtension, cumulative slip and the structural evolution of a major transform plate boundary
SG Wesnousky
Journal of Structural Geology 27 (8), 1505-1512, 2005
1742005
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