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Richard J. Walters

New papers out now:

Fault intersections explain both timing and extent of slip in Italy seismic sequence - EPSL

First measurement of deformation throughout entire earthquake cycle shows surprisingly constant strain-rate - Nature Comms.

Assistant Professor in Earth Sciences
Centre for Observation and Modelling
of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET)


Department of Earth Sciences
Durham University
Durham
DH1 3LE
United Kingdom

tel: +44 (0) 1913 341727
e-mail: richard.walters@durham.ac.uk


Fully-funded PhD position now available on machine-learning and InSAR (application deadline 7 Sept. 2018)

Selected Recent Publications...


R. J. Walters L. C. Gregory, L. N. J. Wedmore, T. J. Craig, K. McCaffrey, M. Wilkinson, J. Chen, Z. Li, J. R. Elliott, H. Goodall, F. Iezzi, F. Livio, A. M. Michetti, G. Roberts, E. Vittori, 2018
Dual control of fault intersections on stop-start rupture in the 2016 Central Italy seismic sequence
EPSL, 7, 13844, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.07.043. [Link to article]

E. Hussain, T. J. Wright, R. J. Walters, D. P. S. Bekaert, R. Lloyd and A. J. Hooper, 2018
Constant strain accumulation rate between major earthquakes on the North Anatolian Fault
Nature Communications, 9, 1392 doi:10.1038/s41467-018-03739-2 [Link to article]

R. J. Walters, P. C. England, and G. A. Houseman, 2017
Constraints from GPS measurements on the dynamics of the zone of convergence between Arabia and Eurasia
JGR, doi:10.1002/2016JB013370 [Link to article]


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