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Pure and Applied Geophysics Volume 157, Issue 11-12, December 2000Special Issues

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Numerical Simulation of Localisation Phenomena in a Fault Zone

D. PlaceP. MoraPages 1821-1845

Shear Heating in Granular Layers

K. MairC. MaronePages 1847-1866

Extension of the Lattice Solid Model to Incorporate Temperature Related Effects

S. AbeP. MoraD. PlacePages 1867-188

Hybrid Modelling of Coupled Pore Fluid-solid Deformation Problems

H. SakaguchiH.-B. MühlhausPages 1889-1904

Numerical Simulation of Rock Failure and Earthquake Process on Mesoscopic Scale

Y.C WangX.C. YinF.J. KeM.F. XiaK.Y. PengPages 1905-1928

Damage Localization as a Possible Precursor of Earthquake Rupture

H.L. LiY.L. BaiM.F. XiaF.J. KeX.C. YinPages 1929-1943

Evolution-induced Catastrophe and its Predictability

Y.J. WeiM.F. XiaF.J. KeX.C. YinY.L. BaiPages 1945-1957

Dynamic Propagation and Interaction of a Rupture Front on a Planar Fault

E. FukuyamaR. MadariagaPages 1959-1979

Criticality of Rupture Dynamics in 3-D

R. MadariagaK. B. OlsenPages 1981-2001

Spontaneous Rupture Propagation on a Non-planar Fault in 3-D Elastic Medium

H. AochiE. FukuyamaM. Matsu’uraPages 2003-2027

Constraints on Stress and Friction from Dynamic Rupture Models of the 1994 Northridge, California, Earthquake

S.B. NielsenK.B. OlsenPages 2029-2046

Parallel 3-D Simulation of Ground Motion for the 1995 Kobe Earthquake: The Component Decomposition Approach

T. FurumuraK. KoketsuPages 2047-2062

Computer Simulation of Strong Ground Motion near a Fault Using Dynamic Fault Rupture Modeling: Spatial Distribution of the Peak Ground Velocity Vectors

T. MiyatakePages 2063-2081

Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Process of the Tangshan Earthquake by a New Method—LDDA

Y. CaiT. HeR. WangPages 2083-2104

Nonlinear Structural Subsystem of GeoFEM for Fault Zone Analysis

M. IizukaH. OkudaG. YagawaPages 2105-2124

3-D Physical Modelling of Stress Accumulation Processes at Transcurrent Plate Boundaries

C. HashimotoM. Matsu’uraPages 2125-2147

The Edges of Large Earthquakes and the Epicenters of Future Earthquakes: Stress-induced Correlations in Elastodynamic Fault Models

B.E. ShawPages 2149-2164

Precursory Seismic Activation and Critical-point Phenomena

J.B. RundleW. KleinD.L. TurcotteB.D. MalamudPages 2165-2182

Evolution of Stress Deficit and Changing Rates of Seismicity in Cellular Automaton Models of Earthquake Faults

D. WeatherleyS.C. JauméP. MoraPages 2183-2207

Accelerating Seismic Energy Release and Evolution of Event Time and Size Statistics: Results from Two Heterogeneous Cellular Automaton Models

S.C. JauméD. WeatherleyP. MoraPages 2209-2226

The Plausibility of Long-wavelength Stress Correlation or Stress Magnitude as a Mechanism for Precursory Seismicity: Results from Two Simple Elastic Models

M.E. WinterPages 2227-2248

Scale-dependence in Earthquake Processes and Seismogenic Structures

K. AkiPages 2249-2258

A Physical Scaling Relation Between the Size of an Earthquake and its Nucleation Zone Size

M. OhnakaPages 2259-2282

Regional Difference in Scaling Laws for Large Earthquakes and its Tectonic Implication

Y. FujiiM. Matsu’uraPages 2283-2301

Continuous GPS Array and Present-day Crustal Deformation of Japan

T. SagiyaS. MiyazakiT. TadaPages 2303-2322

Implications of a Statistical Physics Approach for Earthquake Hazard Assessment and Forecasting

V.G. KossobokovV.I. Keilis-BorokD.L. TurcottePages 2323-2349

Application of Linked Stress Release Model to Historical Earthquake Data: Comparison between Two Kinds of Tectonic Seismicity

C. LuD. Vere-JonesPages 2351-2364

Development of a New Approach to Earthquake Prediction: Load/Unload Response Ratio (LURR) Theory

X.C. YinY.C. WangK.Y. PengY.L. BaiH.T. WangPages 2365-2383

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