Workshop on Active Tectonics, Seismology and Landslide Studies in Taiwan and New Zealand
Workshop on Active Tectonics, Seismology and Landslide Studies in Taiwan and New Zealand
09:00-09:10Opening Remark
09:10-09:35Periodicity vs aperiodicity of major earthquakes on fault sources 
Mark Stirling, University of Otago
09:35-10:00Microseismicity simulated on asperity-like fault patches: on scaling of seismic moment with duration and seismological estimates of stress drops 
Yen-Yu Lin, National Central University
10:00-10:25Variations of fault strength within the subduction system during the earthquake cycle 
Bill Fry, GNS
10:45-11:10Frequency-Dependent Scattering Attenuation of P and S Waves in Southern California 
Yu-Pin Lin, Academia Sinica
11:10-11:35An overview of seismology source to surface research at GNS Science and case study of Wellington ground motions
Anna Kaiser, GNS
11:35-12:00Source properties of the recent moderate earthquakes in Hualien area, Taiwan 
Yi-Ying Wen, National Chung Cheng University
13:30-13:55Why should be worry about landslides in NZ? 50 years of landslide research at GNS Science  
Saskia de Vilder, GNS
13:55-14:20Landslide monitoring and triggering: cases of sedimentary and metamorphic rocks in Taiwan 
Chia-Han Tseng, National Central University
14:20-14:45Recent earthquakes in Indonesia, the 2018 Lombok and Palu earthquake
Irwan Meilano, Institut Teknologi Bandung
15:05-15:30Historical large magnitude earthquakes in New Zealand and implications for future events 
Andy Nicol, University of Canterbury
15:30-15:55Surface deformation patterns of the 2018 ML 6.2 Hualien Earthquake: characteristics and implications
Shao-Yi Huang, Academia Sinica
15:55-16:20Three-dimensional tectonic stress distribution in Northeastern Taiwan 
Pei-Ru Jian, Academia Sinica