Randall W. Jibson spends much of his time researching Landslide, Seismology, Landslide classification, Arias Intensity and Geotechnical engineering. The Landslide study combines topics in areas such as Peak ground acceleration, Seismic microzonation and Earthquake simulation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Seismic risk and Earthquake scenario.
Randall W. Jibson integrates many fields, such as Seismology and Moment magnitude scale, in his works. The study incorporates disciplines such as Landslide susceptibility and Aerial photography in addition to Landslide classification. Randall W. Jibson works on Geotechnical engineering which deals in particular with Incremental Dynamic Analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Landslide classification and Fault. Seismology connects with themes related to Ground failure in his study. His Landslide study is related to the wider topic of Geomorphology.
His work on Incremental Dynamic Analysis as part of general Geotechnical engineering study is frequently linked to Newmark's sliding block, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Block study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Landslide susceptibility, Aerial photography and Pleistocene. His Seismic microzonation research includes elements of Earthquake simulation and Mitigation of seismic motion.
Randall W. Jibson focuses on Seismology, Landslide, Ground failure, Forensic engineering and Seismic zone. His work on Large earthquakes, Ground motion and Strong ground motion as part of general Seismology research is often related to Intuition and Divergence, thus linking different fields of science. His Landslide study introduces a deeper knowledge of Geomorphology.
His work investigates the relationship between Seismic zone and topics such as Holocene that intersect with problems in Fault. His Debris research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Floodplain, Earthquake rupture, Earth science and Geologic hazards. His work on Mercalli intensity scale as part of general Peak ground acceleration study is frequently connected to Predictor variable, Source area and Slope angle, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Randall W. Jibson mainly focuses on Landslide, Seismology, Ground failure, Forensic engineering and Landslide hazard assessment. His Landslide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Peak ground acceleration and Fault. Other disciplines of study, such as Divergence, Scaling, Temporal resolution, Conceptual model and Context, are mixed together with his Landslide hazard assessment studies.
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A method for producing digital probabilistic seismic landslide hazard maps
Randall W Jibson;Edwin L Harp;John A Michael.
Engineering Geology (2000)
Regression models for estimating coseismic landslide displacement
Randall W. Jibson.
Engineering Geology (2007)
Predicting earthquake-induced landslide displacements using Newmark's sliding block analysis
Randall W Jibson.
Transportation Research Record (1993)
Landslides triggered by the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake
Edwin L. Harp;Randall W. Jibson.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (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.
Methods for assessing the stability of slopes during earthquakes—A retrospective
Randall W. Jibson.
Engineering Geology (2011)
Geomorphic and geologic controls of geohazards induced by Nepal’s 2015 Gorkha earthquake
J. S. Kargel;G. J. Leonard;D. H. Shugar;U. K. Haritashya.
A seismic landslide susceptibility rating of geologic units based on analysis of characteristics of landslides triggered by the 17 January, 1994 Northridge, California earthquake
Mario Parise;Randall W. Jibson.
Engineering Geology (2000)
A Method for Producing Digital Probabilistic Seismic Landslide Hazard Maps: An Example from the Los Angeles, California, Area
Randall W. Jibson;Edwin L. Harp;John A. Michael.
Open-File Report (1998)
Earthquake-Induced Chains of Geologic Hazards: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Impacts
Xuanmei Fan;Gianvito Scaringi;Gianvito Scaringi;Oliver Korup;A. Joshua West.
Reviews of Geophysics (2019)
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