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Publications by [Ward S. N. ]

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<p>Flow-like landslides are rapidly moving fluid&ndash;solid mixtures that can cause significant destruction along paths that run far from their original sources. Existing models for run out prediction and motion simulation of flow-like landslides have many ...
Reference: Geophys. J. Int. (2015) 201, 1534–1544, GJI Geodynamics and tectonics
We apply the recently developed "tsunami ball" method to construct a physics based simulation of the 1963 Vaiont reservoir landslide and flood disaster.
Reference: Ital. J. Geosci. (Boll. Soc. Geol. It), Vol 130, No 1 (2011)
In this paper is presented a new class of granular landslide models in which avalanches are simulated with large numbers of independent particles moving under the influence of topographically derivedgravitational and centripetal acceleration. This model is ...
Reference: Geophys. J. Int. (2006) 167, 991-1004
We support the revised estimate of tsunami source length (800 km) obtained by Neetu et al. Sea-level monitoring with a high sampling rate, good azimuthal coverage, and real-time access, along with detailed bathymetry dataaround the stations, would improve ...
Reference: SCIENCE VOL 310 2 DECEMBER 2005
In this and two companion papers (9, 10), is reported on the nature of faulting in these great earthquakes based on seismological analyses of the extensive, openly available seismogram data set from the international Federation of Digital Seismic Networks ...
Reference: SCIENCE VOL 308 20 MAY 2005
Geological evidence suggests that during a future eruption, Cumbre Vieja Volcano on the Island of La Palmamay experience a catastrophic failure of its west flank, dropping 150 to 500 km3 of rock into the sea. Using a geologically reasonable estimate of landslide ...
Reference: WARD AND DAY: LA PALMA COLLAPSE AND TSUANMI Paper number 2001GL000000.
A total of 166 observations of sea-level change, 130 measurements of elevation difference, and 16 determinations of horizontal strain provide an excellent view of the (quasi-)static source process of the great 1960 Chilean earthquake.
Reference: Geophys. 1. Int. (1990) 103, 589-598