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WYSS Max 様の 共著関連データベース

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+(A list of literatures under single or joint authorship with "WYSS Max")

共著回数と共著者名 (a list of the joint author(s))

    14: WYSS Max

    4: WIEMER Stefan

    3: MATSUMURA Shozo

    2: SHIMAZAKI Kunihiko, URABE Taku, 長谷川 昭

    1: HANSEN Roger, HASEGAWA Akira, IVASHCHENKO Alexei, KASAHARA Minoru, KATSUMATA Kei, TOYA Yuzo, UMINO Norihito, ZUNIGA F. Ramon, 中島 淳一, 五十嵐 俊博, 島崎 邦彦, 松沢 暢

発行年とタイトル (Title and year of the issue(s))

    1985: Precursors to Large Earthquakes [Net] [Bib]

    1996: Mapping Active Magma Chambers by b Values [Net] [Bib]

    1996: Quantitative Mapping of a Seismic Quiescence in Central Japan [Net] [Bib]

    1997: b値によるマグマ溜まりのマッピング:伊豆半島東方沖群発地震 [Net] [Bib]
    Mapping Active Magma Chambers by b values beneath the off Ito Volcano, Japan [Net] [Bib]

    1998: Real Time Internet Transmission of Waveforms of Microearthquakes from Japan to U.S.A. and to Russia (S72B 6) [Net] [Bib]

    1999: Quantitative mapping of precursory seismic quiescence before the 1989, M7.1 off Sanriku earthquake, Japan [Net] [Bib]

    1999: 東北日本弧下に沈みこむ太平洋プレート内部および境界の地震活動の時空間変化(ポスターセッション) [Net] [Bib]
    Spatio temporal change in seismicity within the descending plate and along its upper boundary beneath the northeastern Japan arc [Net] [Bib]

    2000: Is Background Seismicity Produced at a Stationary Poissonian Rate? [Net] [Bib]

    2000: Minimum Magnitude of Completeness in Earthquake Catalogs Examples from Alaska, the Western United Sates, and Japan [Net] [Bib]

    2000: 東北日本弧におけるプレートの沈み込みに関係したマグマの形成とその上昇経路(C65) [Net] [Bib]
    A Candidate for the source and path of magma for volcanoes in the subduction zone of the northeastern Japan arc (C65) [Net] [Bib]

    2001: Testing the Hypothesis that Asperities of Subduction Earthquakes may be Mapped Based on Minima in Local Recurrence Time: Examples from Mexico and the Kanto Tokai Areas, Japan (Extended Abstract) [Net] [Bib]

    2002: Most likely locations of large earthquakes in the Knato and Tokai areas, Japan, based on the local recurrence times [Net] [Bib]

    2003: Reply to Comment on 'Minimum Magnitude of Completeness in Earthquake Catalogs: Examples from Alaska, the Western United States, and Japan, ' by Stefan Wiemer and Max Wyss, by Paul A. Rydelek and I.S. Sacks [Net] [Bib]

    2006: Verification of our previous definition of preferred earthquake nucleation areas in Kanto Tokai, Japan [Net] [Bib]

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