Against Båth’s Law: When Aftershocks Became Mainshocks—Implications for Earthquake Forecasting Communication
New Insight on the Active Fault System in the Halmahera Volcanic Arc, Indonesia, Derived from the 2022 Tobelo Earthquakes
Coseismic and Early Postseismic Slip of the 2021 7.2 Nippes, Haiti, Earthquake: Transpressional Rupture of a Nonplanar Dipping Fault System
Composite Source Model for Broadband Ground‐Motion Simulations: 2021 7.4 Maduo, China, Earthquake Case Study
Fault Rheology Control on Rupture Propagation and Aftershocks Distribution during the 2016–2017 Central Italy Earthquakes
The Observed Inefficiency of Explosions to Produce Large Aftershocks: Båth’s Law for Explosions is 2.5
Ground‐Motion Variability from Kinematic Rupture Models and the Implications for Nonergodic Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis
Monitoring of Local Earthquakes in Haiti Using Low‐Cost, Citizen‐Hosted Seismometers and Regional Broadband Stations
Tracking the Effect of Human Activity on MeSO‐net Noise Using Seismic Data Traffic—Did Seismic Noise in Tokyo Truly Decrease during the COVID‐19 State of Emergency?
Ambient Noise Tomography Using a Nodal Seismic Array Reveals Evidence for Igneous Intrusion Contributed to Ore Deposits in South China
SSA News and Notes
On 14 August 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic, Haiti was subject to a deadly earthquake, the second in a little over a decade. This photo, taken a few days after the M7.2 Nippes earthquake shows damage in Les Cayes. In this issue of SRL, Li and Wang (see pages 2595–2608) model the Nippes earthquake and Paul et al. (see pages 2725–2739) discuss seismic monitoring in Haiti.
Image credit: imago images/Xinhua/Alamy Stock Photo
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