A very short (30 minute) recurring discussion group for all things relating to active faults, paleoseismology, seismic risk, seismic hazard, and associated geohazards in Canada. All are welcome!
Meetings are every Wednesday from 1-1:30pm Pacific Time (Vancouver) on zoom. Connection info is provided at the bottom of the page. If there is ever a paper you need access to, just send me a message.
- Jan 26, 2022 Presentation by T. Hobbs on the Canadian Seismic Risk Model (draft document available)
- Feb 2, 2022 Discussion of D. Edgington's 2021 paper 'Planning for Earthquakes and Tsunamis: Lessons from Japan for British Columbia, Canada'
- Feb 9, 2022 Discussion of S. McBride et al.'s 2022 paper 'Evidence-based Guidelines for Protective Actions and Earthquake Early Warning Systems'
- Feb 16, 2022 Discussion of E. Schottenfels & C. Regalla's 2021 paper 'Bathymetric Signatures of Submarine Forearc Deformation: A Case Study in the Nankai Accretionary Prism'
- Feb 23, 2022 Presentation by R. Merrill on his new earthquake catalogue for SW BC
- Mar 2, 2022 Discussion of D. Melgar et al.'s 2022 paper 'Deep Coseismic Slip in the Cascadia Megathrust Can Be Consistent with Coastal Subsidence'
- Mar 9, 2022 Presentation by G. Littel on offshore triple junction seismicity
- Mar 16, 2022 *POSTPONED* Discussion of N. Harrichhausen et al.'s 2021 paper 'Paleoseismic trenching reveals late quaternary kinematics of the Leech River Fault: Implications for forearc strain accumulation in Northern Cascadia'. Note: An open access version is available through NSF.
- Mar 23, 2022 *NO MEETING* [Hobbs on field work]
- Mar 30, 2022 Discussion of N. Harrichhausen et al.'s 2021 paper 'Paleoseismic trenching reveals late quaternary kinematics of the Leech River Fault: Implications for forearc strain accumulation in Northern Cascadia'. Note: An open access version is available through NSF.
- Apr 6, 2022 Discussion of R. Costa et al.'s 2020 paper 'Predicting population displacements after earthquakes'. Note: An open access version is available through the author's website.
- Apr 13, 2022 Discussion of A. Blais-Stevens et al.'s 2020 paper Evidence for Holocene Earthquakes Along the Denali Fault in Southwest Yukon, Canada.
- Apr 20, 2022 *NO MEETING* [SSA Annual Meeting in Bellevue, WA]
- Apr 27, 2022 *NO MEETING*
- May 4, 2022 Discussion of F. Acuna et al.'s 2022 paper 'How good is a Paleoseismic Record of Megathrust Earthquakes for Probabilistic Forecasting'. Note: An open access version is available on Research Gate.
- May 11, 2022 Discussion of J. Clague et al.'s 1997 paper 'Age and significance of earthquake-induced liquefaction near Vancouver, BC, Canada'.
- May 18, 2022 Discussion of J. Elliott and J. Freymueller's 2020 paper 'A Block Model of Present-Day Kinematics of Alaska and Western Canada'.
- May 25, 2022 Discussion of D. Wald et al.'s 2020 paper 'A domestic earthquake impact alert protocol based on the combined USGS PAGER and FEMA Hazus loss estimation systems'.
- June 1, 2022 Discussion of V. Barrie and P. Hill's 2004 paper 'Holocene faulting on a tectonic margin: Georgia Basin, British Columbia, Canada'.
- June 8, 2022 Discussion of J. Clague et al.'s 2002 paper 'The Earthquake Threat in Southwestern British Columbia: a Geologic Perspective'.
- June 15, 2022 *NO MEETING*
- June 22, 2022 *NO MEETING*
- June 29, 2022 *NO MEETING*
- July 6, 2022 *NO MEETING*
- July 13, 2022 Discussion of A. Bustin et al.'s 2013 paper 'The southern Coast Mountains, British Columbia: New interpretations from geological, seismic reflection, and gravity data'.
- July 20, 2022 Discussion of M. Journeay and J. van Ulden's 1998 paper 'Neogene structural elements of northern Cascadia, British Columbia'.
- July 27, 2022 *NO MEETING*
- August 3, 2022 Discussion of K. Morell et al.'s 2018 paper 'Holocene Surface Rupture History of an Active ForearcFault Redefines Seismic Hazard in SouthwesternBritish Columbia, Canada'.
- August 10, 2022 Discussion of A. Blais-Stevens et al.'s 2011 paper 'A Revised Earthquake Chronology for the last 4,000 Years Inferred from Varve-Bounded Debris-Flow Deposits beneath an Inlet near Victoria, British Columbia'.
- TBDDiscussion of G. Brooks's 2015 paper 'An integrated stratigraphic approach to investigating evidence of paleoearthquakes in lake deposits of eastern Canada'.
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Meeting ID: 629 2051 1053