This page showcases scholarly and creative work by the research team at the Cascadia Hazards Institute at Central Washington University. For more information about CHI, please visit their website, here.

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Submissions from 2013

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Evolution of dike opening during the March 2011 Kamoamoa fissure eruption, Kīlauea Volcano, Hawai'i, Paul Lundgren, Michael Poland, Asta Miklius, Tim Orr, Sang-Ho Yun, Eric Fielding, Zhen Liu, Scott Hensley, Susan Owen, Akiko Tanaka, and Walter Szeliga

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Ionospheric Specifications for SAR Interferometry (ISSI), Xiaoqing Pi, Bruce D. Chapman, Anthony Freeman, Walter Szeliga, Sean M. Buckley, Paul A. Rosen, and Marco Lavalle

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Seismic slip deficit in the Kashmir Himalaya from GPS observations, Celia Schiffman, Bikram Singh Bali, Walter Szeliga, and Roger Bilham

Submissions from 2012

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GPS constraints on Indo-Asian convergence in the Bhutan Himalaya: Segmentation and potential for a 8.2-8.8 Mw earthquake, Dowchu Drukpa, Phuntsho Pelgay, Anjan Bhattacharya, Phillipe Vernant, Walter Szeliga, and Roser Bilham

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Bookshelf faulting in the Ziarat earthquake sequence, Northern Baluchistan, October 2008, Din Mohammad Kakar, Walter Szeliga, and Roger Bilham

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Interseismic strain accumulation along the western boundary of the Indian subcontinent, Walter Szeliga, Roger Bilham, Din Mohammad Kakar, and Sarosh H. Lodi

Submissions from 2011

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Insights into the 1968–1997 Dasht-e-Bayaz and Zirkuh earthquake sequences, eastern Iran, from calibrated relocations, InSAR and high-resolution satellite imagery, R. T. Walker, E. A. Bergman, Walter Szeliga, and E. J. Fielding

Submissions from 2010

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A Catalog of Felt Intensity Data for 570 Earthquakes in India from 1636 to 2009, Stacey Martin and Walter Szeliga

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Intensity, Magnitude, Location, and Attenuation in India for Felt Earthquakes since 1762, Walter Szeliga, Susan Hough, Stacey Martin, and Roger Bilham

Submissions from 2009

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Future Cascadia megathrust rupture delineated by episodic tremor and slip, James S. Chapman and Timothy I. Melbourne

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Seismic and geodetic constraints on Cascadia slow slip, Timothy I. Melbourne, Aaron G. Wech, and Kenneth C. Creager

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Fold and thrust partitioning in a contracting fold belt: Insights from the 1931 Mach earthquake in Baluchistan, Walter Szeliga, Roger Bilham, Daniel Schelling, Din Mohamed Kakar, and Sarosh Lodi

Submissions from 2008

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Interaction Between the Himalaya and the Flexed Indian Plate - Spatial Fluctuations in Seismic Hazard in India in the Past Millennium?, Roger Bilham and Walter Szeliga

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GPS constraints on 34 slow slip events within the Cascadia subduction zone, 1997–2005, Walter Szeliga, Timothy I. Melbourne, Marcelo Santillan, and Meghan Miller

Submissions from 2006

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Blowup with Small BV Data in Hyperbolic Conservation Laws, Robin Young and Walter Szeliga

Submissions from 2005

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Extent and Duration of the 2003 Cascadia Slow Earthquake, Walter Szeliga, Timothy I. Melbourne, M. Meghan Miller, and Victor Marcelo Santillan

Submissions from 2004

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Southern Cascadia Episodic Slow Earthquakes, Walter Szeliga, Timothy I. Melbourne, M. Meghan Miller, and Marcelo Santillan

Submissions from 2003

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Slow But Not Quite Silent, Timothy I. Melbourne and Frank H. Webb

Submissions from 2002

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Precursory transient slip during the 2001 Mw = 8.4 Peru earthquake sequence from continuous GPS, Timothy I. Melbourne and Frank H. Webb

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Periodic Slow Earthquakes from the Cascadia Subduction Zone, M. Meghan Miller, Timothy I. Melbourne, Daniel J. Johnson, and William Q. Summer

Submissions from 2001

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Mantle Control of Plate Boundary Deformation, Timothy I. Melbourne and Don Helmberger

Submissions from 1997

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The Geodetic Signature of the M8.0 Oct. 9, 1995, Jalisco Subduction Earthquake, Timothy I. Melbourne, I. Carmichael, C. DeMets, K. Hudnut, O. Sanchez, J. Stock, G. Suarez, and F. Webb