By Ross S. Stein, Ph.D., Temblor CEO
Citation: Ross S. Stein (2019), Triumphs, Conundrums, and Debates in Earthquake Forecasting and Seismic Hazards, Temblor, http://doi.org/10.32858/temblor.062
At the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting of 30,000 earth scientists, Ross Stein gave a keynote Centennial talk on the theme of seismic hazards. Ross focused on this year’s Earthquake Early Warning’s launch in California; on the discoveries and concerns growing out of the 2019 magnitude-7.1 Ridgecrest, California, shock; on building testable global seismic hazard assessments; and on communicating seismic risk to the most vulnerable of the world’s population.
Please press play to watch Ross’ talk, which is approximately 25 minutes long.
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