James Neely
James Neely
Verified email at earth.northwestern.edu
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Earthquake supercycles and Long-Term Fault Memory
L Salditch, S Stein, J Neely, BD Spencer, EM Brooks, A Agnon, M Liu
Tectonophysics 774, 228289, 2020
112020
Have we seen the largest earthquakes in eastern North America?
JS Neely, S Stein, M Merino, J Adams
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 284, 17-27, 2018
52018
The 1952 Kern County, California earthquake: A case study of issues in the analysis of historical intensity data for estimation of source parameters
L Salditch, SE Hough, S Stein, BD Spencer, EM Brooks, JS Neely, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 283, 140-151, 2018
42018
Evidence of displacement-driven maturation along the San Cristobal Trough transform plate boundary
JS Neely, KP Furlong
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 485, 88-98, 2018
42018
Large Uncertainties in Earthquake Stress‐Drop Estimates and Their Tectonic Consequences
JS Neely, S Stein, BD Spencer
Seismological Research Letters, 2020
32020
California Historical Intensity Mapping Project (CHIMP): A consistently reinterpreted dataset of seismic intensities for the past 162 yr and implications for seismic hazard maps
L Salditch, MM Gallahue, MC Lucas, JS Neely, SE Hough, S Stein
Seismological Research Letters 91 (5), 2631-2650, 2020
12020
Assessments of the Performance of the 2017 One‐Year Seismic‐Hazard Forecast for the Central and Eastern United States via Simulated Earthquake Shaking Data
EM Brooks, J Neely, S Stein, BD Spencer, L Salditch
Seismological Research Letters 90 (3), 1155-1167, 2019
12019
Have we seen the largest earthquakes in eastern North America?
M Merino, S Stein, J Adams, J Neely
AGU Fall Meeting 2018, 2018
12018
Lithosphere Tearing and the Formation of a New Transform Plate Boundary
JS Neely
12016
Science and Society: Science Policy I
JS Neely, M Hingst, B Webster, SM Hanlon
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Science and Society: Art and Science II eLightning
M Walser, G Raheja, KA Semmens, JA Vano
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Centennial Overview: Data science and the future of Natural Hazards Science
R Weiss
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
Large Uncertainties in Stress Drop Estimates and Their Tectonic Consequences
JS Neely, S Stein, BD Spencer
AGUFM 2019, S53F-0535, 2019
2019
Issues in Characterization of Earthquake Sequences by Aperiodicity and Long-Term Fault Memory
L Salditch, S Stein, J Neely, BD Spencer
AGUFM 2019, T31G-0347, 2019
2019
Updating the Traditional Earthquake Cycle Model Using Long-Term Fault Memory and Implications for Improved Earthquake Hazard Assessment
L Salditch, S Stein, J Neely, BD Spencer, EM Brooks, M Liu
AGUFM 2019, NH43A-02, 2019
2019
CHIMP-a shaking dataset for historical large earthquakes in California
MM Gallahue, L Salditch, SE Hough, S Stein, BD Spencer, EM Brooks, ...
AGUFM 2019, NH21C-0976, 2019
2019
What Does the Past Tell Us About the Future? Using Simulations to Explore Earthquake Hazard Model Parameters
JS Neely, S Stein, EM Brooks, BD Spencer, L Salditch, J Adams
AGUFM 2019, NH31D-0869, 2019
2019
Earthquake rupture characteristics along a developing transform boundary
JS Neely, Y Huang, W Fan
Geophysical Journal International 219 (2), 1237-1252, 2019
2019
CHIMP-A SHAKING DATASET TO ASSESS THE PERFORMANCE OF EARTHQUAKE HAZARD MAPS FOR CALIFORNIA
MM Gallahue, L Salditch, S Hough, S Stein, BD Spencer, EM Brooks, ...
GSA Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, USA-2019, 2019
2019
RECONCILING SEISMOLOGIC AND PALEOSEISMOLOGIC VIEWS OF EARTHQUAKE RECURRENCE VIA LONG-TERM FAULT MEMORY
S Stein, L Salditch, BD Spencer, JS Neely, EM Brooks
GSA Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, USA-2019, 2019
2019
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