Ari Ben-Menahem mostly deals with Seismology, Amplitude, Rayleigh wave, Surface wave and Geophysics. His work in the fields of Induced seismicity, Fault, 2008 California earthquake study and Rift overlaps with other areas such as Dead sea. His Amplitude study incorporates themes from Seismogram, Acoustic field and Geodesy.
He has included themes like Impulse, Gravitational wave, Group velocity and Mantle in his Rayleigh wave study. His research integrates issues of Seismic wave and Free surface in his study of Surface wave. His Seismic wave research includes themes of Refraction, Inverse, Classical mechanics, Wave equation and Reflection.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Amplitude, Surface wave, Seismology, Classical mechanics and Mathematical analysis. His studies deal with areas such as Radiation, Azimuth, Geometry and Geodesy as well as Amplitude. His work on Rayleigh wave as part of general Surface wave research is often related to Love wave, thus linking different fields of science.
Seismology is closely attributed to Magnitude in his study. His study in Classical mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Isotropy, Motion, Mechanics and Spherical harmonics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plane wave and Displacement field in addition to Mathematical analysis.
Ari Ben-Menahem spends much of his time researching Classical mechanics, Amplitude, Surface wave, Mathematical analysis and Seismic wave. In his study, Quantum electrodynamics and Exact solutions in general relativity is strongly linked to Tensor, which falls under the umbrella field of Classical mechanics. The concepts of his Amplitude study are interwoven with issues in Wave propagation and Mechanics, Mach number.
His work on Wavelength expands to the thematically related Surface wave. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Closed and exact differential forms and Curvilinear coordinates. The Seismic wave study combines topics in areas such as Series expansion, Scattering and Displacement field.
His primary scientific interests are in 2008 California earthquake study, Seismology, Isotropy, Mathematical analysis and Historical study. Ari Ben-Menahem interconnects Induced seismicity and Magnitude in the investigation of issues within 2008 California earthquake study. Seismology is represented through his Fault and Rift research.
His work carried out in the field of Isotropy brings together such families of science as Mechanics and Classification of discontinuities. Ari Ben-Menahem has researched Mathematical analysis in several fields, including Curvilinear coordinates, Closed and exact differential forms and Wavenumber. His Historical study research spans across into subjects like Mainstream, Mallet, Stage and Seismometer.
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Seismic waves and sources
Ari Ben-Menahem;Sarva Jit Singh.
Attenuation of seismic energy in the upper mantle
Don L. Anderson;Ari Ben-Menahem;C. B. Archambeau.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1965)
Tectonics, seismicity and structure of the Afro-Eurasian junction — the breaking of an incoherent plate
Ari Ben-Menahem;Amos Nur;Moshe Vered.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1976)
Amplitude patterns of tsunami waves from submarine earthquakes
Ari Ben-Menahem;Martin Rosenman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1972)
Radiation patterns of seismic surface waves from buried dipolar point sources in a flat stratified Earth
Ari Ben-Menahem;David G. Harkrider.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1964)
Four thousand years of seismicity along the Dead Sea Rift
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
The source of the great Assam earthquake — an interplate wedge motion
Ari Ben-Menahem;Ezra Aboodi;Rivka Schild.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1974)
Source parameters of the siberian explosion of June 30, 1908, from analysis and synthesis of seismic signals at four stations
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1975)
A procedure for source studies from spectrums of long-period seismic body waves
Ari Ben-Menahem;Stewart W. Smith;Ta-Liang Teng.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1965)
Multipolar elastic fields in a layered half space
Ari Ben-Menahem;Sarva Jit Singh.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1968)
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