List of publications is available in MyCV
We don't see the underground, can we still dare to estimate fault stresses before the next big rupture?— Elif Oral (@elifo_alpha) April 27, 2022
With @DocTerremoto, we did! We introduce a method to estimate initial stresses based on regional past seismicity. Verified in California✌️🏿https://t.co/8JGQ2FXqml pic.twitter.com/GHhcYJOtYL
A bit of site effects!🤓✍️Kathmandu basin amplified low-frequency and damped high-frequency motion in 2015. Changing wave incidence angles, we found that it can boost high-frequency, despite soil nonlinearity. https://t.co/lQst1BmuiF@EarthArXiv @Peyman_Ayoubi @DocTerremoto pic.twitter.com/I84a7zJWwc— Elif Oral (@elifo_alpha) October 15, 2021
I'm happy to share the fruit of my past project at @IPGP_officiel, with the @obspy guru @claudiodsf😌— Elif Oral (@elifo_alpha) November 19, 2020
future M 7+ earthquake in Martinique? what about the variability of ground motion?
we found an undeniable source impact on ~far field👇: @EarthArXiv https://t.co/IQcQOSLARD pic.twitter.com/USAMil6r6S
one year has passed since the deadliest earthquake of 2018!— Elif Oral (@elifo_alpha) October 10, 2019
we questioned the role of fault damage on rupture and seismic hazard, with @huihui_weng & @DocTerremoto (@umrGeoazur @EQ_Geoazur).
... and the answer is blowing in the link @EarthArXiv:https://t.co/2EDuwW6TVL https://t.co/7bunWt6VFV pic.twitter.com/igcA348lfb