Paul Martin Mai
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A spatial random field model to characterize complexity in earthquake slip
PM Mai, GC Beroza
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B11), ESE 10-1-ESE 10-21, 2002
4642002
Source scaling properties from finite-fault-rupture models
PM Mai, GC Beroza
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 90 (3), 604-615, 2000
3042000
Hypocenter locations in finite-source rupture models
PM Mai, P Spudich, J Boatwright
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95 (3), 965-980, 2005
2492005
Probabilistic seismic demand analysis at a near-fault site using ground-motion simulation based on a stochastic-kinematic earthquake source model
N Luco, PM Mai, CA Cornell, GC Beroza
193*2003
Did a submarine landslide contribute to the 2011 Tohoku tsunami?
DR Tappin, ST Grilli, JC Harris, RJ Geller, T Masterlark, JT Kirby, F Shi, ...
Marine Geology 357, 344-361, 2014
1662014
Evidence for self‐similar, triangular slip distributions on earthquakes: Implications for earthquake and fault mechanics
I Manighetti, M Campillo, C Sammis, PM Mai, G King
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B5), 2005
1602005
SRCMOD: An online database of finite‐fault rupture models
PM Mai, KKS Thingbaijam
Seismological Research Letters 85 (6), 1348-1357, 2014
1392014
Strong ground-motion prediction from stochastic-dynamic source models
M Guatteri, PM Mai, GC Beroza, J Boatwright
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 93 (1), 301-313, 2003
1282003
Hybrid broadband ground-motion simulations: Combining long-period deterministic synthetics with high-frequency multiple S-to-S backscattering
PM Mai, W Imperatori, KB Olsen
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 100 (5A), 2124-2142, 2010
1252010
A pseudo-dynamic approximation to dynamic rupture models for strong ground motion prediction
M Guatteri, PM Mai, GC Beroza
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 94 (6), 2051-2063, 2004
1202004
Seismicity on a fault controlled by rate‐and state‐dependent friction with spatial variations of the critical slip distance
G Hillers, Y Ben‐Zion, PM Mai
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B1), 2006
952006
A hybrid method for calculating near-source, broadband seismograms: Application to strong motion prediction
PM Mai, GC Beroza
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 137 (1-4), 183-199, 2003
882003
Sensitivity of tsunami wave profiles and inundation simulations to earthquake slip and fault geometry for the 2011 Tohoku earthquake
K Goda, PM Mai, T Yasuda, N Mori
Earth, Planets and Space 66 (1), 105, 2014
852014
Earthquake source characteristics from dynamic rupture with constrained stochastic fault stress
J Ripperger, JP Ampuero, PM Mai, D Giardini
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B4), 2007
792007
The transition of dynamic rupture styles in elastic media under velocity‐weakening friction
AA Gabriel, JP Ampuero, LA Dalguer, PM Mai
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B9), 2012
732012
Variability of near-field ground motion from dynamic earthquake rupture simulations
J Ripperger, PM Mai, JP Ampuero
Bulletin of the seismological society of America 98 (3), 1207-1228, 2008
722008
Fast computation of static stress changes on 2D faults from final slip distributions
J Ripperger, PM Mai
Geophysical research letters 31 (18), 2004
722004
Statistical properties of seismicity of fault zones at different evolutionary stages
G Hillers, PM Mai, Y Ben-Zion, JP Ampuero
Geophysical Journal International 169 (2), 515-533, 2007
702007
Calculation of broadband time histories of ground motion, Part II: Kinematic and dynamic modeling using theoretical Green’s functions and comparison with the 1994 Northridge …
S Hartzell, M Guatteri, PM Mai, PC Liu, M Fisk
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95 (2), 614-645, 2005
672005
Fault geometry, rupture dynamics and ground motion from potential earthquakes on the North Anatolian Fault under the Sea of Marmara
DD Oglesby, PM Mai
Geophysical Journal International 188 (3), 1071-1087, 2012
662012
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