Mark Naylor’s Blog

Mark Naylor’s Blog

I want to know how the Earth works…

Year: 2021

Here is the presentation from PhD Student Francesco Serafini at the Edinburgh School of GeoSciences annual Postgraduate Research Conference. He is funded by the Real-time earthquake rIsk reduction for a reSilient Europe project (H2020 RISE). Please find a pdf copy full paper on the arXiv preprint server. ABSTRACT: This work is about ranking earthquake forecasts […]

Here is the presentation from Dr Kirsty Bayliss in our group at the Seismological Society of America this year. She is funded by the Real-time earthquake rIsk reduction for a reSilient Europe project (H2020 RISE). ABSTRACT: To develop robust and reliable earthquake forecasts, we must have a good understanding of spatial patterns of seismicity. Log-Gaussian […]

I recently re-discovered some simulations I did during my PhD and am as intrigued by them now as I was then – so I thought I would share them with you. For my PhD I wrote a Discrete Element Model to simulate the evolution of mountain building. This treats the subsurface as a course granular […]

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