Mark Naylor’s Blog

Mark Naylor’s Blog

I want to know how the Earth works…

Month: October 2021

Supervisors: Dr Mark Naylor, Prof Hugh Sinclair, Dr Stella Pytharouli, Calum Cuthill Summary You will improve and test our prototype arduino based low-cost seismic logger which is designed for meduim-term deployments, with telemetry, in harsh environments such as debris flow sites. Project background Seismology can be used to monitor the initiation and evolution of various […]

Supervisors: Dr Karim Tarbali, Dr Mark Naylor, Prof John McCloskey Summary You will advance the current scientific understanding of earthquake ground motions by establishing a numerical lab and conducting simulations to create a next-generation hazard analysis method. Project background Quantifying seismic risk in an urban environment and utilizing the results in risk mitigation and urban […]

Supervisors: Prof Hugh Sinclair, Dr Mark Naylor, Dr Mikael Attal Summary Big Himalayan rivers cause major floods when their channels switch course. This project will use seismic monitoring to determine the thresholds for this process and consider implications for flood risk. Project background The large rivers draining the Himalaya are prone to abrupt switching of […]

This poster was presented at the 2021 Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) meeting. It demonstrates the development of time-independent earthquake forecasts with inlabru, building on our work on spatial models, and how well these perform in pseudo-prospective testing with the pyCSEP package.  You can also view this poster and others from the meeting here. This […]

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