Spyros Pavlides focuses on Seismology, Tectonics, Fault, Geomorphology and Seismotectonics. His studies link Massif with Seismology. His Tectonics research incorporates themes from Neogene, Structural basin and Geochemistry.
His Fault study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Landslide, Magnitude and Alluvial plain. He studied Magnitude and Bedrock that intersect with Active fault. He has researched Seismotectonics in several fields, including Back-arc basin, Stress field, Seismic hazard, Shear zone and Lithosphere.
Seismology, Fault, Active fault, Tectonics and Paleontology are his primary areas of study. His research in Induced seismicity, Seismic gap, Seismic hazard, Focal mechanism and Seismotectonics are components of Seismology. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Induced seismicity, focusing on Landslide and, on occasion, Transform fault.
His work in the fields of Fault scarp, Sinistral and dextral and Strike-slip tectonics overlaps with other areas such as Trench. His Active fault research includes elements of Seismic risk, Striation, Geophysics and Digital elevation model. His studies deal with areas such as Structural basin and Geodetic datum as well as Tectonics.
Spyros Pavlides spends much of his time researching Seismology, Active fault, Sequence, Mining engineering and Tectonics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Scale, Bay and Architecture. His work carried out in the field of Active fault brings together such families of science as Intraplate earthquake, Seismic gap and Geophysics.
His research in Mining engineering intersects with topics in Structural basin and Liquefaction. As part of the same scientific family, Spyros Pavlides usually focuses on Tectonics, concentrating on Geodetic datum and intersecting with Centroid and Deformation. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Triangulation and Fault in his work.
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Magnitude versus faults' surface parameters: quantitative relationships from the Aegean Region
Spyros Pavlides;Riccardo Caputo.
DEM-based morphometry of range-front escarpments in Attica, central Greece, and its relation to fault slip rates☆☆☆
Athanassios Ganas;Spyros Pavlides;Vassilios Karastathis.
Late Cainozoic geodynamic evolution of Thessaly and surroundings (central-northern Greece)
Riccardo Caputo;Spyros Pavlides.
Extensional tectonics of northwestern Macedonia, Greece, since the late Miocene
S.B. Pavlides;D.M. Mountrakis.
Journal of Structural Geology (1987)
A major Oligo-Miocene detachment in southern Rhodope controlling north Aegean extension
D. Sokoutis;J. P. Brun;J. Van Den Driessche;S. Pavlides.
Journal of the Geological Society (1993)
The European Database of Seismogenic Faults (EDSF) compiled in the framework of the Project SHARE
R. Basilic;V. Kastelic;M. B. Demircioglu;D. Garcia Moreno.
Soil gas radon: a tool for exploring active fault zones.
K. Ioannides;C. Papachristodoulou;K. Stamoulis;D. Karamanis.
Applied Radiation and Isotopes (2003)
The Greek Database of Seismogenic Sources (GreDaSS): state-of-the-art for northern Greece
Riccardo Caputo;Alexandros Chatzipetros;Spyros Pavlides;Sotiris Sboras.
Annals of Geophysics (2013)
The 2003 Lefkada earthquake: Field observations and preliminary microzonation map based on liquefaction potential index for the town of Lefkada
G. Papathanassiou;S. Pavlides;A. Ganas.
Engineering Geology (2005)
A palaeoseismological and geoarchaeological investigation of the Eliki fault, Gulf of Corinth, Greece
Ioannis K. Koukouvelas;Leonidas Stamatopoulos;Dora Katsonopoulou;Spyros Pavlides.
Journal of Structural Geology (2001)
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