2006 - Hellman Fellow
His main research concerns Seismology, Mantle, Mantle plume, Hotspot and Warning system. His Seismology research incorporates elements of Earthquake warning system and Crust. Richard M. Allen has included themes like Plume and Lithosphere in his Mantle study.
He has included themes like Core–mantle boundary, Geophysics, Mantle wedge and Rift zone in his Mantle plume study. His Hotspot study incorporates themes from Seismic tomography and Transition zone. While the research belongs to areas of Warning system, Richard M. Allen spends his time largely on the problem of Peak ground acceleration, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Strong ground motion, 2008 California earthquake study, Particle displacement and Earthquake simulation.
Richard M. Allen spends much of his time researching Seismology, Warning system, Earthquake warning system, Subduction and Geodesy. His studies deal with areas such as Mantle and Crust as well as Seismology. His Mantle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plume and Lithosphere.
His Warning system research integrates issues from Geodetic datum, Real-time computing, P-wave and Forensic engineering. His Earthquake warning system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Earthquake casualty estimation, Early warning system and Epicenter. His work deals with themes such as Slab and Terrane, which intersect with Subduction.
His primary areas of investigation include Warning system, Seismology, Forensic engineering, Computer security and Geodetic datum. In his research, Submarine pipeline is intimately related to Real-time computing, which falls under the overarching field of Warning system. His study in Seismology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Citizen science and Shear wave splitting.
His research in Forensic engineering intersects with topics in Earthquake prediction, Ground shaking and Natural hazard. His Geodetic datum study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ground motion, Large earthquakes and Moment magnitude scale. His research investigates the connection between Subduction and topics such as Slab that intersect with problems in Mantle flow and Margin.
Richard M. Allen focuses on Warning system, Seismology, Forensic engineering, Subduction and Earthquake location. His Warning system study combines topics in areas such as Geodetic datum, Geodesy, Value, Design process and Data set. The study incorporates disciplines such as Slab and Seismic anisotropy in addition to Seismology.
His Forensic engineering research includes elements of Earthquake prediction and Ground shaking. His study on Farallon Plate is often connected to Deformation as part of broader study in Subduction.
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The Potential for Earthquake Early Warning in Southern California
Richard M. Allen;Richard M. Allen;Hiroo Kanamori;Hiroo Kanamori.
The Status of Earthquake Early Warning around the World: An Introductory Overview
Richard M. Allen;Paolo Gasparini;Osamu Kamigaichi;Maren Böse.
Seismological Research Letters (2009)
The deterministic nature of earthquake rupture
Erik L. Olson;Richard M. Allen.
Segmentation in episodic tremor and slip all along Cascadia
Michael R. Brudzinski;Richard M. Allen.
Renewable Energy: Current and Potential Issues
David Pimentel;Megan Herz;Michele Glickstein;Mathew Zimmerman.
MyShake: A smartphone seismic network for earthquake early warning and beyond
Qingkai Kong;Richard M. Allen;Louis Schreier;Young-Woo Kwon.
Science Advances (2016)
The elusive mantle plume
Jeroen Ritsema;Richard M. Allen.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Imaging the mantle beneath Iceland using integrated seismological techniques
Richard M. Allen;Richard M. Allen;Guust Nolet;W. Jason Morgan;Kristín Vogfjörd.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Determination of earthquake early warning parameters, τ c and Pd, for southern California
Yih-Min Wu;Hiroo Kanamori;Richard M. Allen;Egill Hauksson.
Geophysical Journal International (2007)
Lithosphere-asthenosphere interaction beneath the western United States from the joint inversion of body-wave traveltimes and surface-wave phase velocities
Mathias Obrebski;Richard M Allen;Fred Pollitz;Shu-Huei Hung.
Geophysical Journal International (2011)
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