2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His main research concerns Seismology, Tectonics, Crust, Geodesy and Induced seismicity. While working in this field, Denis Hatzfeld studies both Seismology and Zagros fold and thrust belt. His biological study deals with issues like Microearthquake, which deal with fields such as Suture.
His Crust research includes elements of Inversion and Mantle. The various areas that he examines in his Geodesy study include Hypocenter and Fault. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geodetic datum and Large earthquakes.
Denis Hatzfeld mainly investigates Seismology, Induced seismicity, Fault, Tectonics and Geodesy. Seismology connects with themes related to Crust in his study. His Induced seismicity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock, Plane, Fault plane and Epicenter.
The concepts of his Tectonics study are interwoven with issues in Seismic hazard and Geophysics. His research investigates the connection between Geodesy and topics such as Magnitude that intersect with problems in Bedrock. His Subduction research integrates issues from Slab, Transition zone and Plate tectonics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Fault, Induced seismicity, Tectonics and Lithosphere. His research in Seismology intersects with topics in Sedimentary rock and Crust. His Crust study combines topics in areas such as Receiver function and Collision zone.
When carried out as part of a general Induced seismicity research project, his work on Seismotectonics and Microearthquake is frequently linked to work in Present day, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Tectonics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Period and Seismic hazard. As part of one scientific family, Denis Hatzfeld deals mainly with the area of Lithosphere, narrowing it down to issues related to the Thrust fault, and often Continental collision and Aftershock.
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Crust, Seismic hazard, Thrust fault and Mantle. In his papers, Denis Hatzfeld integrates diverse fields, such as Seismology and Zagros fold and thrust belt. He integrates Crust with Bouguer anomaly in his study.
His Seismic hazard study which covers Tectonics that intersects with Physical geography, 2008 California earthquake study and Range. In his work, Fault is strongly intertwined with Strong ground motion, which is a subfield of Aftershock. His work deals with themes such as Shear, Sinistral and dextral and Satellite geodesy, which intersect with Induced seismicity.
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Present‐day crustal deformation and plate kinematics in the Middle East constrained by GPS measurements in Iran and northern Oman
Ph. Vernant;F. Nilforoushan;D. Hatzfeld;M. R. Abbassi.
Geophysical Journal International (2004)
Site effects and microzonation in the city of Thessaloniki (Greece) comparison of different approaches
Corinne Lachet;Denis Hatzfeld;Pierre-Yves Bard;Nikos Theodulidis.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1996)
A microseismic study in the western part of the Gulf of Corinth (Greece): implications for large‐scale normal faulting mechanisms
A. Rigo;H. Lyon-Caen;R. Armijo;A. Deschamps.
Geophysical Journal International (1996)
Active deformation of the Corinth rift, Greece: Results from repeated Global Positioning System surveys between 1990 and 1995
Pierre Briole;Alexis Rigo;Helene Lyon-Caen;Jean-Claude Ruegg.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Estimates of Q in central Asia as a function of frequency and depth using the coda of locally recorded earthquakes
S. W. Roecker;B. Tucker;J. King;D. Hatzfeld.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1982)
The Ms = 6.2, June 15, 1995 Aigion earthquake (Greece): evidence for low angle normal faulting in the Corinth rift
P. Bernard;P. Briole;B. Meyer;H. Lyon-Caen.
Journal of Seismology (1997)
Comparisons of the kinematics and deep structures of the Zagros and Himalaya and of the Iranian and Tibetan plateaus and geodynamic implications
Denis Hatzfeld;Peter Molnar.
Reviews of Geophysics (2010)
GPS network monitors the Arabia-Eurasia collision deformation in Iran
F. Nilforoushan;F. Masson;P. Vernant;C. Vigny.
Journal of Geodesy (2003)
Tectonics of the Central Zagros (Iran) deduced from microearthquake seismicity
M. Tatar;D. Hatzfeld;M. Ghafory-Ashtiany.
Geophysical Journal International (2004)
Analysis of dense array noise measurements using the modified spatial auto-correlation method (SPAC): application to the Grenoble area
B. Bettig;P. Y. Bard;F. Scherbaum;J. Riepl.
Bollettino Di Geofisica Teorica Ed Applicata (2001)
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