Frank Scherbaum
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The variability of ground-motion prediction models and its components
LA Atik, N Abrahamson, JJ Bommer, F Scherbaum, F Cotton, N Kuehn
Seismological Research Letters 81 (5), 794-801, 2010
Criteria for selecting and adjusting ground-motion models for specific target regions: Application to central Europe and rock sites
F Cotton, F Scherbaum, JJ Bommer, H Bungum
Journal of Seismology 10, 137-156, 2006
Scaling relations of earthquake source parameter estimates with special focus on subduction environment
L Blaser, F Krüger, M Ohrnberger, F Scherbaum
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 100 (6), 2914-2926, 2010
Determination of shallow shear wave velocity profiles in the Cologne, Germany area using ambient vibrations
F Scherbaum, KG Hinzen, M Ohrnberger
Geophysical Journal International 152 (3), 597-612, 2003
On the use of logic trees for ground-motion prediction equations in seismic-hazard analysis
JJ Bommer, F Scherbaum, H Bungum, F Cotton, F Sabetta, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95 (2), 377-389, 2005
Model selection in seismic hazard analysis: An information-theoretic perspective
F Scherbaum, E Delavaud, C Riggelsen
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99 (6), 3234-3247, 2009
Guidelines for the implementation of the H/V spectral ratio technique on ambient vibrations measurements, processing and interpretation
C Acerra, G Aguacil, A Anastasiadis, K Atakan, R Azzara, PY Bard, ...
European Commission–EVG1-CT-2000-00026 SESAME, 2004
On the selection of ground-motion prediction equations for seismic hazard analysis
JJ Bommer, J Douglas, F Scherbaum, F Cotton, H Bungum, D Fah
Seismological Research Letters 81 (5), 783-793, 2010
On the use of response spectral-reference data for the selection and ranking of ground-motion models for seismic-hazard analysis in regions of moderate seismicity: The case of …
F Scherbaum, F Cotton, P Smit
Bulletin of the seismological society of America 94 (6), 2164-2185, 2004
Toward a ground-motion logic tree for probabilistic seismic hazard assessment in Europe
E Delavaud, F Cotton, S Akkar, F Scherbaum, L Danciu, C Beauval, ...
Journal of Seismology 16, 451-473, 2012
The use and misuse of logic trees in probabilistic seismic hazard analysis
JJ Bommer, F Scherbaum
Earthquake Spectra 24 (4), 997-1009, 2008
Analysis of dense array noise measurements using the modified spatial auto-correlation method (SPAC): application to the Grenoble area
B Bettig, PY Bard, F Scherbaum, J Riepl, F Cotton, C Cornou, D Hatzfeld
Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata 42 (3-4), 281-304, 2001
Love’s formula and H/V-ratio (ellipticity) of Rayleigh waves
PG Malischewsky, F Scherbaum
Wave motion 40 (1), 57-67, 2004
Of poles and zeros: Fundamentals of digital seismology
F Scherbaum
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
On the conversion of source-to-site distance measures for extended earthquake source models
F Scherbaum, J Schmedes, F Cotton
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 94 (3), 1053-1069, 2004
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
Application of single‐station sigma and site‐response characterization in a probabilistic seismic‐hazard analysis for a new nuclear site
A Rodriguez‐Marek, EM Rathje, JJ Bommer, F Scherbaum, PJ Stafford
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 104 (4), 1601-1619, 2014
How useful are complex flood damage models?
K Schröter, H Kreibich, K Vogel, C Riggelsen, F Scherbaum, B Merz
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3378-3395, 2014
The challenge of defining upper bounds on earthquake ground motions
JJ Bommer, NA Abrahamson, FO Strasser, A Pecker, PY Bard, H Bungum, ...
Seismological Research Letters 75 (1), 82-95, 2004
Rotational motions in seismology: theory, observation, simulation
A Cochard, H Igel, B Schuberth, W Suryanto, A Velikoseltsev, U Schreiber, ...
Earthquake source asymmetry, structural media and rotation effects, 391-411, 2006
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