The Potential Uses of Operational Earthquake Forecasting

@article{Field2016ThePU,
  title={The Potential Uses of Operational Earthquake Forecasting},
  author={E. Field and T. Jordan and L. Jones and A. Michael and Michael L Blanpied},
  journal={Seismological Research Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={87},
  pages={313-322}
}
  • E. Field, T. Jordan, +2 authors Michael L Blanpied
  • Published 2016
  • Geology
  • Seismological Research Letters
  • This article reports on a workshop held to explore the potential uses of operational earthquake forecasting (OEF). We discuss the current status of OEF in the United States and elsewhere, the types of products that could be generated, the various potential users and uses of OEF, and the need for carefully crafted communication protocols. Although operationalization challenges remain, there was clear consensus among the stakeholders at the workshop that OEF could be useful. 

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