Robert W. Graves spends much of his time researching Seismology, Ground motion, Structural basin, Seismogram and Strong ground motion. His Seismology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Amplitude. His Ground motion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inverse, Broadband and Square root.
Robert W. Graves has researched Structural basin in several fields, including Bedrock, Sediment and Reference model. The Seismogram study combines topics in areas such as Fault, Numerical analysis, Finite difference method and Earthquake scenario. He works mostly in the field of Strong ground motion, limiting it down to concerns involving Geodesy and, occasionally, Spectral acceleration.
His main research concerns Seismology, Ground motion, Structural basin, Geodesy and Seismic hazard. His work in the fields of Fault, Hypocenter and Strong ground motion overlaps with other areas such as Waveform. His work carried out in the field of Hypocenter brings together such families of science as Spectral acceleration, Earthquake rupture and Magnitude.
His study in Ground motion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Synthetic seismogram, San andreas fault, Broadband and Scaling. In his study, Wave propagation is strongly linked to Surface wave, which falls under the umbrella field of Structural basin. Robert W. Graves works in the field of Geodesy, focusing on Geodetic datum in particular.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Seismology, Ground motion, Broadband, Geodesy and Magnitude. He combines subjects such as Structural basin, Attenuation and Near and far field with his study of Seismology. His Structural basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fault and Duration.
His Ground motion study combines topics in areas such as Verification and validation of computer simulation models, Induced seismicity and Graben. His Broadband research incorporates elements of Calibration, Remote sensing and Seismic analysis. His studies deal with areas such as Characterization and Strike-slip tectonics as well as Strong ground motion.
Seismology, Ground motion, Near and far field, Broadband and Seismic hazard are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Seismology, he often connects relevant areas like Sequence. His Sequence research incorporates themes from Vibration, Aftershock, Ground shaking, Joint and Inversion.
His Ground motion research includes themes of Earthquake rupture, Scaling and Geodesy. Robert W. Graves has included themes like Mercalli intensity scale, Alluvium and Foreshock in his Near and far field study. The various areas that Robert W. Graves examines in his Broadband study include Verification and validation of computer simulation models and Task.
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Modification of Empirical Strong Ground Motion Attenuation Relations to Include the Amplitude and Duration Effects of Rupture Directivity
Paul G. Somerville;Nancy F. Smith;Robert W. Graves;Norman A. Abrahamson.
Seismological Research Letters (1997)
Simulating seismic wave propagation in 3D elastic media using staggered-grid finite differences
Robert W. Graves.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1996)
Characterizing Crustal Earthquake Slip Models for the Prediction of Strong Ground Motion
Paul Somerville;Kojiro Irikura;Robert Graves;Sumio Sawada.
Seismological Research Letters (1999)
Timothy D. Ancheta;Robert B. Darragh;Jonathan P. Stewart;Emel Seyhan.
Earthquake Spectra (2014)
Broadband Ground-Motion Simulation Using a Hybrid Approach
Robert W. Graves;Arben Pitarka.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2010)
NGA-West2 Research Project:
Yousef Bozorgnia;Norman A. Abrahamson;Linda Al Atik;Timothy D. Ancheta.
Earthquake Spectra (2014)
Ground motion evaluation procedures for performance-based design
Jonathan P. Stewart;Shyh Jeng Chiou;Jonathan D. Bray;Robert W. Graves.
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (2002)
CyberShake: A Physics-Based Seismic Hazard Model for Southern California
Robert Graves;Thomas H. Jordan;Scott Callaghan;Ewa Deelman.
Pure and Applied Geophysics (2011)
The SCEC Southern California Reference Three-Dimensional Seismic Velocity Model Version 2
Harold Magistrale;Steven Day;Robert W. Clayton;Robert Graves.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2000)
Ground-motion amplification in the Santa Monica area: Effects of shallow basin-edge structure
Robert W. Graves;Arben Pitarka;Paul G. Somerville.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1998)
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