This page is under construction and will contain information and links to publications by present and former members of the ESS tsunami group.
A Holocene Sedimentary Record of Tectonically Influenced Reduced Channel Mobility,Skokomish River Delta, Washington State, U.S.A. (2012, Geomorphology, Accepted for publication) Abstract, Full Text.
The A.D. 900–930 Seattle-Fault-Zone Earthquake with a Wider Coseismic Rupture Patch and Postseismic Submergence: Inferences from New Sedimentary Evidence (2012, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, Vol. 102 No. 3) Abstract, (for Full Text contact author).
Combining Constraints from Tsunami Modeling and Sedimentology to Untangle the 1969 Ozernoi and 1971 Kamchatskii Tsunamis (2008, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 35, No. 1) Abstract, Full Text.
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