Nowcasting Great Global Earthquake and Tsunami Sources

@article{Rundle2019NowcastingGG,
  title={Nowcasting Great Global Earthquake and Tsunami Sources},
  author={J. Rundle and M. Luginbuhl and Polina Khapikova and D. Turcotte and A. Donnellan and Grayson McKim},
  journal={Pure and Applied Geophysics},
  year={2019},
  volume={177},
  pages={359-368}
}
Nowcasting refers to the use of proxy data to estimate the current dynamic state of driven complex systems such as earthquakes, neural networks, or the financial markets. In previous papers, methods to nowcast earthquakes have been presented based on the natural time count of small earthquakes after the last large earthquake in a defined, seismically active geographic region. In this method, a large geographic region is identified in which a local region of interest is embedded. The primary… Expand
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