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The Next Decade of The Seismogenic Zone Experiment

Mt. Hood, Oregon
22-26 September, 2008

Presentations from SEIZE 2008

N. Bangs
Welcome/Goals of the Workshop
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D. Smith
NSF Update
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H. Tobin
NanTroSEIZE: The IODP Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone Experiment
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G. Moore
Structural and stratigraphic setting of the NanTroSEIZE Kumano transect from 3D seismic data
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H. Tobin
In situ properties, structure, and state of stress in the NanTroSEIZE transect: Logging While Drilling results from IODP Expedition 314
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T. Byrne
Preliminary results from IODP Expedition 315, Nankai Trough
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G. Kimura
Nankai Trough shallow splay and frontal thrust: IODP Expedition 316
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Y. Ito
Very-low-frequency earthquake within accretionary prism along Nankai Trough
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M. Protti
Seismicity reveals clear segmentation and differences in coupling along the Costa Rica subduction zone
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K. McIntosh
Seismic reflection and refraction structure of the Middle America trench, Nicaragua and Costa Rica
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A. Newman
Geodetic and seismic characteristics of the Middle America Trench: Focus on northern Costa Rica and Nicaragua
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P. LaFemina
Forearc motion and Cocos Ridge collision in Central America
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R. Harris
The thermal structure of the Costa Rica margin along the Middle
America trench
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C. Ranero
Costa Rica seismogenesis project (CRISP), a complex drilling proposal at the IODP
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D. Fisher
Variations in shallow structure across the Sumatran Forearc based on a high resolution single-channel seismic reflection survey
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J.-P. Avouac
Interseismic stress build up, co-seismic stress release and afterslip on the Sumatra megathrust
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C. Goldfinger
Plate boundary submarine paleoseismology
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A. Trehu
Low angle thrust earthquakes in the "locked zone" beneath the central Cascadia continental margin
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J.C. Moore
World’s thickest seismogenic fault rock from a subduction complex, Kodiak Islands, Alaska
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S. Kirby
Great and giant subduction earthquakes and regional and transoceanic tsunamis that they spawn: Global trends, exceptions to the trends and geohazards implications
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E. Davis
Using pressure as a proxy for strain: A review of ODP/IODP “CORK” technology and observations
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E. Roeloffs
Borehole strainmeters: Instruments for measuring aseismic deformation in subduction zones
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D. Chadwell
Seafloor geodesy: Transitioning to continuous monitoring of plate motion in subduction zones
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E. Araki
Development of cabled seafloor seismo-geodetic network and seafloor borehole observatories in the Nankai Trough
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K. Wang
Observing a subduction-zone earthquake cycle within a decade
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K. Brown
Slow and fast slip events. How could we study them?
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S. Schwartz
Slow slip- An ubiquitous yet poorly understood mode of strain release
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C. Ammon
Broadband seismic imaging of large earthquake ruptures
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Y. Liu
Role of fault dilatancy in subduction zone aseismic deformation transients
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C. Marone
Mechanics of the seismogenic zone: Frictional properties and hydromechanical processes related to the updip transition from stable to
unstable faulting
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D. Reed
Bringing MARGINS science to the Classroom – Examples from SEIZE
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