Morteza Talebian

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[1] An Mw 6.5 earthquake devastated the town of Bam in southeast Iran on 26 December 2003. Surface displacements and decorrelation effects, mapped using Envisat radar data, reveal that over 2 m of slip occurred at depth on a fault that had not previously been identified. It is common for earthquakes to occur on blind faults which, despite their name,(More)
1COMET, Bullard Laboratories, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EZ. E-mail: jackson@esc.cam.ac.uk 2Laboratoire de Geophysique Interne et Tectonophysique, UJF-CNRS, Grenoble, France 3Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, MS 300-233, 4800 Oak Grove Road, Pasadena, CA 91109, USA 4COMET, Department of Earth Sciences, Parks Road, Oxford,(More)
M. Talebian,1 J. Biggs,3 M. Bolourchi,1 A. Copley,2 A. Ghassemi,1 M. Ghorashi,1 J. Hollingsworth,2 J. Jackson,2 E. Nissen,3 B. Oveisi,1 B. Parsons,3 K. Priestley2 and A. Saiidi1 1Geological Survey of Iran, PO Box 13185-1494, Tehran, Iran 2COMET, Bullard Laboratories, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EZ, UK. E-mail: jackson@esc.cam.ac.uk 3COMET, Department of(More)
[1] The 856 A.D. Qumis earthquake (M7.9) is the most destructive earthquake to have occurred in Iran, killing more than 200,000 people and destroying the cities of Damghan and the old Parthian capital of Shahr‐i Qumis (Hecatompylos). This study combines evidence of historical seismicity with observations of the geomorphology and paleoseismology to provide(More)
James Hollingsworth,1 Morteza Fattahi,2,3 Richard Walker,4 Morteza Talebian,5 Abbas Bahroudi,6 Mohammad Javad Bolourchi,5 James Jackson7 and Alex Copley1 1Division of GPS, California Institute of Technology, MC 100–23, Pasadena, CA 91125, USA. E-mail: james@gps.caltech.edu 2Institute of Geophysics, University of Tehran, Kargar Shomali, Tehran, PO Box(More)
39 Although sliced by several strike slip faults, a large part of Central Iran remained 40 aseismic during the period of time covered by the instrumental and historical seismic records. 41 Stating the existence of earthquakes in the Holocene is therefore important for the assessment 42 of the regional seismic hazard. A paleoseismic study of the Deshir fault(More)
1Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Science faculty, Geology department, PO Box 76169133, Kerman, Iran. E-mail: majid_1974@uk.ac.ir 2Geological Survey of Iran, PO Box 13185–1494, Tehran, Iran 3Géoazur, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, CNRS, Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, 250 rue Albert Einstein, Sophia Antipolis 06560 Valbonne, France 4Division of(More)
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