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2004 First code improvement completed - numerical simulations for active tectonic processes: increasing interoperability and performance Parker, Jay; Lyzenga, Greg; Donnellan, Andrea; Tullis, Terry; Baker, Teresa; Norton, Charles; Li, Peggy
22-Jun-2004 The QuakeSim Project : numerical simulations for active tectonic processes. Donnellan, Andrea; Parker, Jay; Lyzenga, Robert; Fox, Geoffrey; Pierce, Marlon; McLeod, Dennis; Grant, Lisa; Tullis, Terry
9-Jul-2004 QuakeSim and the Solid Earth Research Virtual Observatory Donnellan, Andrea; Rundle, John; Fox, Geoffrey; McLeod, Dennis; Grant, Lisa; Tullis, Terry; Pierce, Marlon; Parker, Jay; Lyzenga, Greg
11-Dec-2008 Understanding earthquake fault systems using QuakeSim analysis and data assimilation tools Donnellan, Andrea; Parker, Jay; Glasscoe, Margaret; Granat, Robert; Rundle, John; McLeod, Dennis; Al-Ghanmi, Rami; Grant, Lisa
26-Jan-2011 Modeling and pattern informatics of remotely sensed crustal deformation data, seismicity, and geologic observations for improved earthquake forecasting Donnellan, Andrea
30-Mar-2011 Computational infrastructure for migrating earthquake hazard : integrating and modeling GPS, InSar, Seismicity, and Fault Observations. Donnellan, Andrea
1-May-2011 Complex Faulting Across the Los Angeles Portion of the Pacific-North American Plate Boundary Donnellan, Andrea; Parker, Jay; Granat, Robert; Glasscae, Maggi; Lyzenga, Greg; Grant Ludwig, Lisa; Rundle, John
18-May-2011 GPS time series analysis of Southern California associated with the 2010 M7.2 El Mayor/Cucapah Earthquake Granat, Robert; Donnellan, Andrea

 

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