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  • 03 Mar 2023
    1:00 PM PST 
    to 03 Mar 2023
    2:00 PM PST 

    FM: Physical Fault Models: Using Rubber Earthquakes to Understand Seismological Stress Drops and Earthquake Nucleation

    Category: Webinars

    Will Steinhardt, UC Santa Cruz Many geophysical systems, including faults, ice sheets, and hill slopes, are predominantly stable, but become unstable catastrophically, with severe societal consequences when they do.  The behavior of these systems is often difficult to predict because they...

  • 08 Mar 2023
    9:00 AM PST 
    to 08 Mar 2023
    10:00 AM PST 

    EC & SSC Chairs

    Category: Governance

  • 09 Mar 2023
    2:00 PM PST 
    to 09 Mar 2023
    3:00 PM PST 

    Effective Strategies for Writing Proposal Work Plans for Research Software

    Category: Webinars

    Chase Million, Million Concepts Effective research proposals must persuade review panels that the project objectives can be achieved and that the requested resources are reasonable and sufficient resources for doing so. A clear, plausible work plan is central to this persuasive process....

  • 10 Mar 2023
    1:00 PM PST 
    to 10 Mar 2023
    2:00 PM PST 

    FM: Fault strength evolution during the seismic cycle: Insights from the laboratory

    Category: Webinars

    John Bedford, University of Liverpool Geophysical evidence suggests that some faults are frictionally strong, in agreement with laboratory measurements of quasi-static frictional strength (μ ≈ 0.6-0.8) for many crustal materials; whereas others studies have found that some faults...

  • 17 Mar 2023
    1:00 PM PDT 
    to 17 Mar 2023
    2:00 PM PDT 

    FM: Exploring flash heating coupled with mm-scale contact evolution in granite

    Category: Webinars

    Monica Barbery, Brown University Flash-weakening models show good agreement with the total magnitude of weakening observed in high-velocity rock friction experiments, however deviations from model predictions during the acceleration and deceleration phases remain unresolved. Here, I...

  • 24 Mar 2023
    1:00 PM PDT 
    to 24 Mar 2023
    2:00 PM PDT 

    FM: Hydrothermal friction experiments on simulated basaltic fault gouge and implications for megathrust earthquakes

    Category: Webinars

    Hanaya Okuda,  University of Tokyo [website]  Nucleation of earthquake slip at the plate boundary fault (décollement) in subduction zones has been widely linked to the frictional properties of subducting sedimentary facies. However, recent seismological and geological...

  • 31 Mar 2023
    1:00 PM PDT 
    to 31 Mar 2023
    2:00 PM PDT 

    FM: Ice friction and healing under dynamic loading conditions

    Category: Webinars

    Christine McCarthy, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University Antarctic ice streams that exhibit stick-slip events sufficient to generate seismic waves are demonstrating velocity weakening behavior as defined by rate- and state- dependent friction. Healing between events is...


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