John B. Rundle

University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
General, Physical Geography
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Rundle JB, Donnellan A. (2020) Nowcasting Earthquakes in Southern California with Machine Learning: Bursts, Swarms and Aftershocks May Be Related to Levels of Regional Tectonic Stress Earth and Space Science
Norris JQ, Turcotte DL, Moores EM, et al. (2016) Fracking in Tight Shales: What is It, What Does It Accomplish, and What Are Its Consequences? Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. 44: 321-351
Holliday JR, Graves WR, Rundle JB, et al. (2016) Computing Earthquake Probabilities on Global Scales Pure and Applied Geophysics. 173: 739-748
Schultz KW, Sachs MK, Heien EM, et al. (2016) Simulating Gravity Changes in Topologically Realistic Driven Earthquake Fault Systems: First Results Pure and Applied Geophysics. 173: 827-838
Donnellan A, Grant Ludwig L, Parker JW, et al. (2015) Potential for a large earthquake near Los Angeles inferred from the 2014 La Habra earthquake. Earth and Space Science (Hoboken, N.J.). 2: 378-385
Norris JQ, Turcotte DL, Rundle JB. (2015) A damage model for fracking International Journal of Damage Mechanics. 24: 1227-1238
Yoder MR, Schultz KW, Heien EM, et al. (2015) The Virtual Quake earthquake simulator: A simulation-based forecast of the ElMayor-Cucapah region and evidence of predictability in simulated earthquake sequences Geophysical Journal International. 203: 1587-1604
Wu YH, Rundle JB, Chen Cc. (2015) Critical parameter estimates for earthquake forecast using PI migration Natural Hazards. 76: 1357-1371
Zhang Y, Yikilmaz MB, Rundle JB, et al. (2015) Study of the Potential Earthquake Risk in the Western United States by the LURR Method Based on the Seismic Catalogue, Fault Geometry and Focal Mechanisms Pure and Applied Geophysics. 172: 2265-2276
Glasscoe MT, Wang J, Pierce ME, et al. (2015) E-DECIDER: Using Earth Science Data and Modeling Tools to Develop Decision Support for Earthquake Disaster Response Pure and Applied Geophysics. 172: 2305-2324
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