Table of Contents - Special Paper 479
Geological Criteria for Evaluating Seismicity Revisited: Forty Years of Paleoseismic Investigations and the Natural Record of Past Earthquakes
Edited by Franck A. Audemard M., Alessandro Maria Michetti, and James P. McCalpin
|Preface and Acknowledgments
|Introduction: Geological criteria for evaluating seismicity revisited: Forty years of paleoseismic investigations and the natural record of past earthquakes
Franck A. Audemard M. and Alessandro Maria Michetti
|1.||Paleoseismicity of a low-slip-rate normal fault in the Rio Grande rift, USA: The Calabacillas fault, Albuquerque, New Mexico
J.P. McCalpin, J.B.J. Harrison, G.W. Berger, and H.C. Tobin
|2.||Late Quaternary earthquakes on the Hubbell Spring fault system, New Mexico, USA: Evidence for noncharacteristic ruptures of intrabasin faults in the Rio Grande rift
Susan S. Olig, Martha C. Eppes, Steven L. Forman, David W. Love, and Bruce D. Allen
|3.||Large-magnitude late Holocene seismic activity in the Pereira-Armenia region, Colombia
Claudia Patricia Lalinde P., Gloria Elena Toro, Andrés Velásquez, and Franck A. Audemard M.
|4.||Evidence of Holocene compression at Tuluá, along the western foothills of the Central Cordillera of Colombia
Myriam C. López C. and Franck A. Audemard M.
|5.||Style and timing of late Quaternary faulting on the Lake Edgar fault, southwest Tasmania, Australia: Implications for hazard assessment in intracratonic areas
Dan Clark, Matt Cupper, Mike Sandiford, and Kevin Kiernan
|6.||Multiple-trench investigations across the newly ruptured segment of the El Pilar fault in northeastern Venezuela after the 1997 Cariaco earthquake
Franck A. Audemard M.
|7.||Lake sediments as late Quaternary paleoseismic archives: Examples in the northwestern Alps and clues for earthquake-origin assessment of sedimentary disturbances
|8.||Late Pleistocene–early Holocene paleoseismicity deduced from lake sediment deformation and coeval landsliding in the Calchaquíes valleys, NW Argentina
Reginald L. Hermanns and Samuel Niedermann
|9.||Rupture length and paleomagnitude estimates from point measurements of displacement—A model-based approach
Glenn Biasi, Ray J. Weldon II, and Kate Scharer