Sebastian Hainzl
Sebastian Hainzl
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Detecting fluid signals in seismicity data through statistical earthquake modeling
S Hainzl, Y Ogata
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B5), 2005
2512005
Gradual unlocking of plate boundary controlled initiation of the 2014 Iquique earthquake
B Schurr, G Asch, S Hainzl, J Bedford, A Hoechner, M Palo, R Wang, ...
Nature 512 (7514), 299, 2014
1652014
Observation of growing correlation length as an indicator for critical point behavior prior to large earthquakes
G Zöller, S Hainzl, J Kurths
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B2), 2167-2175, 2001
1592001
Statistical analysis of the induced Basel 2006 earthquake sequence: introducing a probability-based monitoring approach for Enhanced Geothermal Systems
CE Bachmann, S Wiemer, J Woessner, S Hainzl
Geophysical Journal International 186 (2), 793-807, 2011
1342011
Indications for a successively triggered rupture growth underlying the 2000 earthquake swarm in Vogtland/NW Bohemia
S Hainzl, T Fischer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B12), ESE 5-1-ESE 5-9, 2002
1332002
Estimating background activity based on interevent-time distribution
S Hainzl, F Scherbaum, C Beauval
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 96 (1), 313-320, 2006
1292006
Evidence for rainfall‐triggered earthquake activity
S Hainzl, T Kraft, J Wassermann, H Igel, E Schmedes
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (19), 2006
1272006
Seismicity patterns of earthquake swarms due to fluid intrusion and stress triggering
S Hainzl
Geophysical Journal International 159 (3), 1090-1096, 2004
1222004
Similar power laws for foreshock and aftershock sequences in a spring‐block model for earthquakes
S Hainzl, G Zöller, J Kurths
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B4), 7243-7253, 1999
1091999
Microseismic signatures of hydraulic fracture growth in sediment formations: Observations and modeling
T Fischer, S Hainzl, L Eisner, SA Shapiro, J Le Calvez
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B2), 2008
962008
Afterslip and viscoelastic relaxation following the 1999 M 7.4 İzmit earthquake from GPS measurements
L Wang, R Wang, F Roth, B Enescu, S Hainzl, S Ergintav
Geophysical Journal International 178 (3), 1220-1237, 2009
912009
Aftershock modeling based on uncertain stress calculations
S Hainzl, B Enescu, M Cocco, J Woessner, F Catalli, R Wang, F Roth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B5), 2009
772009
Seismic quiescence as an indicator for large earthquakes in a system of self‐organized criticality
S Hainzl, G Zöller, J Kurths, J Zschau
Geophysical research letters 27 (5), 597-600, 2000
772000
Sensitivity study of forecasted aftershock seismicity based on Coulomb stress calculation and rate‐and state‐dependent frictional response
M Cocco, S Hainzl, F Catalli, B Enescu, AM Lombardi, J Woessner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B5), 2010
712010
A retrospective comparative forecast test on the 1992 Landers sequence
J Woessner, S Hainzl, W Marzocchi, MJ Werner, AM Lombardi, F Catalli, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B5), 2011
692011
A systematic spatiotemporal test of the critical point hypothesis for large earthquakes
G Zöller, S Hainzl
Geophysical research letters 29 (11), 53-1-53-4, 2002
652002
Dependence of the Omori‐Utsu law parameters on main shock magnitude: Observations and modeling
S Hainzl, D Marsan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B10), 2008
562008
Can strong-motion observations be used to constrain probabilistic seismic-hazard estimates?
C Beauval, PY Bard, S Hainzl, P Gueguen
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 98 (2), 509-520, 2008
542008
Rate‐dependent incompleteness of earthquake catalogs
S Hainzl
Seismological Research Letters 87 (2A), 337-344, 2016
522016
Basic models of seismicity: Temporal models
J Zhuang, D Harte, MJ Werner, S Hainzl, S Zhou
Community Online Resource for Statistical Seismicity Analysis 33, 2012
522012
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