Seok Goo Song
Seok Goo Song
KIGAM, Korea
Verified email at kigam.re.kr
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The SCEC/USGS dynamic earthquake rupture code verification exercise
RA Harris, M Barall, R Archuleta, E Dunham, B Aagaard, JP Ampuero, ...
Seismological Research Letters 80 (1), 119-126, 2009
2242009
A unified source model for the 1906 San Francisco earthquake
SG Song, GC Beroza, P Segall
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 98 (2), 823-831, 2008
752008
Source and ground motion models for Australian earthquakes
P Somerville, R Graves, N Collins, SG Song, S Ni, P Cummins
Proc. 2009 Annual Conference of the Australian Earthquake Engineering …, 2009
732009
The earthquake‐source inversion validation (SIV) project
PM Mai, D Schorlemmer, M Page, JP Ampuero, K Asano, M Causse, ...
Seismological Research Letters 87 (3), 690-708, 2016
692016
Physics-based earthquake source characterization and modeling with geostatistics
SG Song, P Somerville
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 100 (2), 482-496, 2010
352010
On scaling of fracture energy and stress drop in dynamic rupture models: Consequences for near-source ground-motions
PM Mai, P Somerville, A Pitarka, L Dalguer, S Song, G Beroza, H Miyake, ...
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 170, 283, 2006
342006
Pseudo-dynamic source modelling with 1-point and 2-point statistics of earthquake source parameters
SG Song, LA Dalguer, PM Mai
Geophysical Journal International 196 (3), 1770-1786, 2014
312014
Exploring spatial coherence between earthquake source parameters
SG Song, A Pitarka, P Somerville
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99 (4), 2564-2571, 2009
312009
Are stress drop and rupture velocity of earthquakes independent? Insight from observed ground motion variability
M Causse, SG Song
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (18), 7383-7389, 2015
302015
Importance of 1-point statistics in earthquake source modelling for ground motion simulation
SG Song, LA Dalguer
Geophysical Journal International 192 (3), 1255-1270, 2013
262013
Crustal structure of the Korean Peninsula by travel time inversion of local earthquakes
SG Song, GH Lee
Journal of the Korean Geophysical Society 4 (1), 21-33, 2001
192001
Surface Deformations and Rupture Processes Associated with the 2017 Mw 5.4 Pohang, Korea, EarthquakeSurface Deformations and Rupture Processes Associated with the 2017 Mw 5.4 …
JH Choi, K Ko, YS Gihm, CS Cho, H Lee, SG Song, ES Bang, HJ Lee, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 109 (2), 756-769, 2019
162019
Static Slip Model of the 2017 Mw 5.4 Pohang, South Korea, Earthquake Constrained by the InSAR Data
SG Song, H Lee
Seismological Research Letters 90 (1), 140-148, 2019
142019
Fault rupture model of the 2016 Gyeongju, South Korea, earthquake and its implication for the underground fault system
T Uchide, SG Song
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (5), 2257-2264, 2018
112018
Developing a generalized pseudo-dynamic source model of Mw 6.5-7.0 to simulate strong ground motions
SG Song
Geophysical Journal International 204 (2), 1254-1265, 2016
112016
Investigating the capability to extract impulse response functions (IRFs) from ambient seismic noise using a mine collapse event
S Kwak, SG Song, G Kim, CS Cho, JS Shin
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (19), 9653-9662, 2017
102017
A simple dynamic model for the 1995 Kobe, Japan earthquake
SG Song, GC Beroza
Geophysical research letters 31 (18), 2004
92004
The Effect of Fracture Energy on Earthquake Source Correlation StatisticsShort Note
SG Song
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 105 (2A), 1042-1048, 2015
62015
Evaluating the effect of network density and geometric distribution on kinematic source inversion models
Y Zhang, LA Dalguer, SG Song, J Clinton, D Giardini
Geophysical Journal International 200 (1), 1-16, 2015
62015
Synthetic Source Inversion Tests with the Full Complexity of Earthquake Source Processes, Including Both Supershear Rupture and Slip Reactivation
SG Song, LA Dalguer
Pure and Applied Geophysics 174 (9), 3393-3418, 2017
42017
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