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Publications by [Parsons B. E]

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<p>The 8th October 2005 Kashmir Earthquake Mw 7.6 involved primarily thrust motion on a NE-dipping fault. Sub-pixel correlation of ENVISAT SAR images gives the location of the 80 km-long fault trace (within 300&ndash; 800 m) and a 3D surface displacement field ...
Reference: GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 33, L20310, doi:10.1029/2006GL027193, 2006
<p>At depth, many fold-and-thrust belts are composed of a gently dipping, basal thrustfault and steeply dipping, shallower splay faults that terminate beneath folds at the surface.Movement on these buried faults is difficult to observe, but synthetic aperture ...
Reference: Geology; July 2004; v. 32; no. 7; p. 577-580
<p>The North Anatolian Fault Zone (Fig. 1a) is one of the longest and most active strike-slip fault zones in the world. The area is studied by stacking multiple interferograms, after screening for atmospheric anomalies, respectively creating a new interferogram ...
Reference: GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 28, NO. 10, PAGES 2117-2120, MAY 15, 2001
<p>In this paper is used Synthetic Aperture Radar interferometry (InSAR) to map the displacement field of the 17 August 1999 Izmit earthquake, which largely conforms to that predicted for an elastic upper crust.</p>
Reference: GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 28, NO. 6, PAGES 1079-1082, MARCH 15, 2001
<p>The 1 October 1995, Ms D 6:1 Dinar earthquake ruptured a 10 km section of the NW-SE Dinar-Civril fault. Thereare discrepancies between the published source parameters from seismic data, with seismic moments in disagreement by over a factor of two. We use ...
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters 172 (1999) 23-37