2017 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Arthur Frankel spends much of his time researching Seismology, Seismic hazard, Attenuation, Seismogram and Aftershock. His Seismology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amplitude and Surface wave. His study in the field of Probabilistic seismic hazard analysis and Earthquake scenario is also linked to topics like Documentation, Hazard and Seismic safety.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Shear, Lithosphere, Coda and Island arc in addition to Attenuation. His study looks at the relationship between Seismogram and topics such as Seismic wave, which overlap with Born approximation, Acoustic wave and Free surface. His work focuses on many connections between Aftershock and other disciplines, such as Hypocenter, that overlap with his field of interest in Common spatial pattern and Drop.
Arthur Frankel focuses on Seismology, Seismic hazard, Seismogram, Aftershock and Fault. The Seismology study combines topics in areas such as Amplitude, Structural basin and Magnitude. His Amplitude research integrates issues from Azimuth, Focal mechanism and Crust.
His research in the fields of Earthquake scenario overlaps with other disciplines such as Hazard. His Seismogram study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Seismic wave, Coda, Surface wave, S-wave and Attenuation. His work carried out in the field of Aftershock brings together such families of science as Seismic moment, Alluvium, Seismic gap and Hypocenter.
Arthur Frankel mainly focuses on Seismology, Magnitude, Seismic hazard, Sedimentary basin and Subduction. His Seismology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geological survey, Structural basin and Key. His studies in Geological survey integrate themes in fields like Plan and Plate tectonics.
His Seismic hazard study often links to related topics such as Seismic risk. His study in the fields of Tectonic subsidence under the domain of Sedimentary basin overlaps with other disciplines such as Directivity and Collapse. His Seismogram research incorporates themes from Drop, Broadband and Geodesy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Seismogram, Broadband, Magnitude and Seismic hazard. Seismology and Geodesy are commonly linked in his work. The concepts of his Geodesy study are interwoven with issues in Drop, Stress drop, Slip velocity and Arias Intensity.
His work blends Seismogram and Rise time studies together. His studies deal with areas such as Tectonic subsidence and Structural basin as well as Seismic hazard. His study in Sedimentary basin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wave propagation, Hypocenter, Fault and Scaling.
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Documentation for the 2008 update of the United States National Seismic Hazard Maps
Mark D. Petersen;Arthur D. Frankel;Stephen C. Harmsen;Charles S. Mueller.
Open-File Report (2008)
Finite difference simulations of seismic scattering: Implications for the propagation of short‐period seismic waves in the crust and models of crustal heterogeneity
Arthur Frankel;Robert W. Clayton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
Mapping Seismic Hazard in the Central and Eastern United States
Seismological Research Letters (1995)
Documentation for the 2002 update of the national seismic hazard maps
Arthur D. Frankel;Mark D. Petersen;Charles S. Mueller;Kathleen M. Haller.
Open-File Report (2002)
Energy-flux model of seismic coda: Separation of scattering and intrinsic attenuation
Arthur Frankel;Leif Wennerberg.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1987)
National Seismic-Hazard Maps: Documentation June 1996
Arthur D. Frankel;Charlies S. Mueller;Theodore P. Barnhard;David M. Perkins.
Open-File Report (1996)
The 2002 Denali fault earthquake, Alaska: a large magnitude, slip-partitioned event.
Donna Eberhart-Phillips;Peter J Haeussler;Jeffrey T Freymueller;Arthur D Frankel.
Documentation for the 2014 update of the United States national seismic hazard maps
Mark D. Petersen;Morgan P. Moschetti;Peter M. Powers;Charles S. Mueller.
Open-File Report (2014)
A three-dimensional simulation of seismic waves in the Santa Clara Valley, California, from a Loma Prieta aftershock
Arthur Frankel;John Vidale.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1992)
Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast, Version 2 (UCERF 2)
Edward H Field;Timothy E Dawson;Karen R Felzer;Arthur D Frankel.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2009)
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