David Shelly
David Shelly
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Non-volcanic tremor and low-frequency earthquake swarms
DR Shelly, GC Beroza, S Ide
Nature 446 (7133), 305-307, 2007
Low-frequency earthquakes in Shikoku, Japan, and their relationship to episodic tremor and slip
DR Shelly, GC Beroza, S Ide, S Nakamula
Nature 442 (7099), 188-191, 2006
A scaling law for slow earthquakes
S Ide, GC Beroza, DR Shelly, T Uchide
Nature 447 (7140), 76-79, 2007
Mechanism of deep low frequency earthquakes: Further evidence that deep non‐volcanic tremor is generated by shear slip on the plate interface
S Ide, DR Shelly, GC Beroza
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (3), 2007
Deep low‐frequency earthquakes in tremor localize to the plate interface in multiple subduction zones
JR Brown, GC Beroza, S Ide, K Ohta, DR Shelly, SY Schwartz, W Rabbel, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (19), 2009
Earthquakes triggered by silent slip events on Kīlauea volcano, Hawaii
P Segall, EK Desmarais, D Shelly, A Miklius, P Cervelli
Nature 442 (7098), 71-74, 2006
Complex evolution of transient slip derived from precise tremor locations in western Shikoku, Japan
DR Shelly, GC Beroza, S Ide
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8 (10), 2007
Migrating tremors illuminate complex deformation beneath the seismogenic San Andreas fault
DR Shelly
Nature 463 (7281), 648-652, 2010
Precise tremor source locations and amplitude variations along the lower‐crustal central San Andreas Fault
DR Shelly, JL Hardebeck
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (14), 2010
High-resolution subducting-slab structure beneath northern Honshu, Japan, revealed by double-difference tomography
H Zhang, CH Thurber, D Shelly, S Ide, GC Beroza, A Hasegawa
Geology 32 (4), 361-364, 2004
Triggered creep as a possible mechanism for delayed dynamic triggering of tremor and earthquakes
DR Shelly, Z Peng, DP Hill, C Aiken
Nature Geoscience 4 (6), 384-388, 2011
Non-volcanic tremor: A window into the roots of fault zones
JL Rubinstein, DR Shelly, WL Ellsworth
New Frontiers in Integrated Solid Earth Sciences, 287-314, 2009
An autocorrelation method to detect low frequency earthquakes within tremor
JR Brown, GC Beroza, DR Shelly
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (16), 2008
Precise location of San Andreas fault tremors near Cholame, California using seismometer clusters: Slip on the deep extension of the fault?
DR Shelly, WL Ellsworth, T Ryberg, C Haberland, GS Fuis, J Murphy, ...
Geophysical research letters 36 (1), 2009
A fluid‐driven earthquake swarm on the margin of the Yellowstone caldera
DR Shelly, DP Hill, F Massin, J Farrell, RB Smith, T Taira
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118 (9), 4872-4886, 2013
Fluid‐faulting evolution in high definition: Connecting fault structure and frequency‐magnitude variations during the 2014 Long Valley Caldera, California, earthquake swarm
DR Shelly, WL Ellsworth, DP Hill
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (3), 1776-1795, 2016
Possible deep fault slip preceding the 2004 Parkfield earthquake, inferred from detailed observations of tectonic tremor
DR Shelly
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (17), 2009
Bridging the gap between seismically and geodetically detected slow earthquakes
S Ide, K Imanishi, Y Yoshida, GC Beroza, DR Shelly
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (10), 2008
The Mw 6.0 24 August 2014 South Napa Earthquake
TM Brocher, AS Baltay, JL Hardebeck, FF Pollitz, JR Murray, AL Llenos, ...
Seismological Research Letters 86 (2A), 309-326, 2015
Tidal triggering of low frequency earthquakes near Parkfield, California: Implications for fault mechanics within the brittle‐ductile transition
AM Thomas, R Bürgmann, DR Shelly, NM Beeler, ML Rudolph
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B5), 2012
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