2015 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Seismology, Aftershock, Fault, Foreshock and Induced seismicity are her primary areas of study. Her study in Focal mechanism, San andreas fault, Strike-slip tectonics, Tectonics and Seismic wave are all subfields of Seismology. Her work on Types of earthquake as part of general Aftershock study is frequently linked to Moment magnitude scale, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Lucile M. Jones is studying Elastic-rebound theory, which is a component of Fault. Her Foreshock study which covers Shear zone that intersects with Epicenter. Her work on Hypocenter as part of general Induced seismicity research is often related to Poison control, thus linking different fields of science.
Her primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Aftershock, Induced seismicity, Fault and Foreshock. Her work on Seismology deals in particular with 2008 California earthquake study, San andreas fault, Hypocenter, Seismic gap and Focal mechanism. Her work deals with themes such as Epicenter, Seismic hazard, Strike-slip tectonics, Shear zone and Earthquake swarm, which intersect with Aftershock.
Many of her research projects under Induced seismicity are closely connected to Amplitude with Amplitude, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. She has included themes like Spatial distribution, Tectonics and Sequence in her Fault study. Her study explores the link between Foreshock and topics such as Earthquake prediction that cross with problems in Large earthquakes.
Her primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Natural hazard, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning and Induced seismicity. Her work in Seismology addresses subjects such as Archaeology, which are connected to disciplines such as Seismic hazard. The various areas that Lucile M. Jones examines in her Environmental planning study include Flood myth and Environmental protection.
Her Induced seismicity study incorporates themes from Aftershock and Plate tectonics. In Aftershock, Lucile M. Jones works on issues like Fault, which are connected to Boundary. Her Earthquake prediction study combines topics in areas such as Intraplate earthquake, Interplate earthquake, Foreshock and Seismic gap.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, 2008 California earthquake study, Earthquake forecasting, San andreas fault and Aftershock. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meteorology and Archaeology. As part of her studies on 2008 California earthquake study, she frequently links adjacent subjects like Interplate earthquake.
Her San andreas fault study often links to related topics such as Foyer. Her Aftershock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Induced seismicity, Seismic gap, Earthquake swarm, Intraplate earthquake and Earthquake prediction. Her Induced seismicity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fault, Rift, Plate tectonics and Foreshock.
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New evidence on the state of stress of the San Andreas fault system
M.D. Zoback;M.L. Zoback;S. Van Mount;J. Suppe.
Seismicity Remotely Triggered by the Magnitude 7.3 Landers, California, Earthquake
D. P. Hill;P.A. Reasenberg;A. Michael;W.J. Arabaz.
Earthquake Hazard After a Mainshock in California
Paul A. Reasenberg;Lucile M. Jones.
Near-field investigations of the landers earthquake sequence, april to july 1992.
Kerry Sieh;Lucile M Jones;Egill Hauksson;Kenneth W Hudnut.
The 2002 Denali fault earthquake, Alaska: a large magnitude, slip-partitioned event.
Donna Eberhart-Phillips;Peter J Haeussler;Jeffrey T Freymueller;Arthur D Frankel.
Determination of earthquake energy release and ML using TERRAscope
Hiroo Kanamori;Jim Mori;Egill Hauksson;Thomas H. Heaton.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1993)
Some characteristics of foreshocks and their possible relationship to earthquake prediction and premonitory slip on faults
Lucile M. Jones;Peter Molnar.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1979)
Real-time forecasts of tomorrow's earthquakes in California
Matthew C. Gerstenberger;Stefan Wiemer;Lucile M. Jones;Paul A. Reasenberg.
Properties of aftershock sequences in southern California
Carl Kisslinger;Lucile M. Jones.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
The 1992 Landers Earthquake Sequence: Seismological observations
Egill Hauksson;Lucile M. Jones;Kate Hutton;Donna Eberhart-Phillips.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
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