Observatory Seismology

  PREFACE

 collapse sectionPART ONE—  ADDRESSES
 expand sectionOne—  The Development of Global Earthquake Recording
 expand sectionTwo—  One Hundred Years of Contributions of the University of California Seismographic Stations

 collapse sectionPART TWO—  PAST AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY
 expand sectionThree—  International Seismology in the Digital Era
 expand sectionFour—  The Global Seismographic Network:  Progress and Promise
 expand sectionFive—  Large-Scale Processing and Analysis of Digital Waveform Data from the USGS Central California Microearthquake Network
 expand sectionSix—  Distributed Intelligence in Regional Networks
 expand sectionSeven—  Seismographic Recording at Berkeley (1887–1987)
 expand sectionEight—  Array Seismology—Past, Present and Future Developments

 collapse sectionPART THREE—  CRUSTAL TECTONICS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF EARTHQUAKE FOCI
 expand sectionNine—  Seismicity Map of North America
 expand sectionTen—  Seismicity of the Australian Plate and its Pacific Plate Margin
 expand sectionEleven—  State of Stress in Seismic Gaps along the San Jacinto Fault
 expand sectionTwelve—  The Need for Local Arrays in Mapping the Lithosphere
 expand sectionThirteen—  Dense Microearthquake Network Study of Northern California Earthquakes
 expand sectionFourteen—  Hypocenter Mapping and the Extensibility of Seismotectonic Paradigms

 collapse sectionPART FOUR—  ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF OBSERVATORY DATA
 expand sectionFifteen—  Development of Fault-Plane Studies for the Mechanism of Earthquakes
 expand sectionSixteen—  Deterministic and Stochastic Approaches in Seismogram Analysis
 expand sectionSeventeen—  Some Examples of the Statistical Analysis of Seismological Data
 expand sectionEighteen—  Seismic Energy, Spectrum, and the Savage and Wood Inequality for Complex Earthquakes
 expand sectionNineteen—  Constraints from Seismograms on the Physical Characteristics of Explosions
 expand sectionTwenty—  Studies Using Global Seismological Networks
 expand sectionTwenty One—  Love and Rayleigh Waves in Irregular Structures
 expand sectionTwenty Two—  The Transient Regime of the Free Oscillation Spectrum:  The View from the South Pole

  APPENDIX—  SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
  CONTRIBUTORS
 expand sectionINDEX

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