Stefan Wiemer
Stefan Wiemer
Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zurich
Verified email at sed.ethz.ch - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Minimum magnitude of completeness in earthquake catalogs: Examples from Alaska, the western United States, and Japan
S Wiemer, M Wyss
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 90 (4), 859-869, 2000
10122000
A software package to analyze seismicity: ZMAP
S Wiemer
Seismological Research Letters 72 (3), 373-382, 2001
8162001
Assessing the quality of earthquake catalogues: Estimating the magnitude of completeness and its uncertainty
J Woessner, S Wiemer
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95 (2), 684-698, 2005
7062005
Variations in earthquake-size distribution across different stress regimes
D Schorlemmer, S Wiemer, M Wyss
Nature 437 (7058), 539, 2005
6262005
Mapping the frequency‐magnitude distribution in asperities: An improved technique to calculate recurrence times?
S Wiemer, M Wyss
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B7), 15115-15128, 1997
4671997
Mapping spatial variability of the frequency-magnitude distribution of earthquakes
S Wiemer, M Wyss
Advances in geophysics 45, 259-V, 2002
3022002
Spatial variability of seismicity parameters in aftershock zones
S Wiemer, K Katsumata
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B6), 13135-13151, 1999
2851999
Real-time forecasts of tomorrow's earthquakes in California
MC Gerstenberger, S Wiemer, LM Jones, PA Reasenberg
Nature 435 (7040), 328, 2005
2832005
Earthquake likelihood model testing
D Schorlemmer, MC Gerstenberger, S Wiemer, DD Jackson, DA Rhoades
Seismological Research Letters 78 (1), 17-29, 2007
2602007
Seismic quiescence before the landers (M = 7.5) and big bear (M = 6.5) 1992 earthquakes
S Wiemer, M Wyss
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (3), 900-916, 1994
2491994
The 2013 European seismic hazard model: key components and results
J Woessner, D Laurentiu, D Giardini, H Crowley, F Cotton, G Grünthal, ...
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 13 (12), 3553-3596, 2015
2232015
Temporal and three-dimensional spatial analyses of the frequency–magnitude distribution near Long Valley Caldera, California
M Wyss, SR McNutt, M Wyss
Geophysical Journal International 134 (2), 409-421, 1998
2231998
Variations in the frequency‐magnitude distribution with depth in two volcanic areas: Mount St. Helens, Washington, and Mt. Spurr, Alaska
S Wiemer, SR McNutt
Geophysical research letters 24 (2), 189-192, 1997
1861997
Mapping active magma chambers by b values beneath the off‐Ito volcano, Japan
M Wyss, K Shimazaki, S Wiemer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B9), 20413-20422, 1997
1741997
Mapping the b‐value anomaly at 100 km depth in the Alaska and New Zealand subduction zones
S Wiemer, JP Benoit
Geophysical Research Letters 23 (13), 1557-1560, 1996
1731996
Earthquake statistics at Parkfield: 1. Stationarity of b values
D Schorlemmer, S Wiemer, M Wyss
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B12), 2004
1702004
Earth science: Microseismicity data forecast rupture area
D Schorlemmer, S Wiemer
Nature 434 (7037), 1086, 2005
1532005
Influence of pore‐pressure on the event‐size distribution of induced earthquakes
CE Bachmann, S Wiemer, BP Goertz‐Allmann, J Woessner
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (9), 2012
1512012
Mapping asperities by minima of local recurrence time: San Jacinto‐Elsinore fault zones
M Wyss, D Schorlemmer, S Wiemer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B4), 7829-7844, 2000
1482000
Change in the probability for earthquakes in southern California due to the Landers magnitude 7.3 earthquake
M Wyss, S Wiemer
Science 290 (5495), 1334-1338, 2000
1422000
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