**AFTERSHOCKS** WOMEN SPEAK OUT AGAINST SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN HAITI’S CAMPS Index: AMR 36/001/2011 Amnesty International January 2011 1 INTRODUCTION

**Aftershocks** are allowed to be up to 1,000 km away from their mainshock, but are rarely generated at such large distances due to the inverse power law decay of **aftershock** density.

**Aftershocks** are often seen as small, unimportant earthquakes •The National Hazard Map and engineering codes ignore them! •But **aftershocks** are important!

Failure TimeRemapping in Compound **Aftershock** Sequences Susanna Gross January1,2003 Abstract Compound **aftershock** sequences are of special in-terestbecausethe decay of secondary **aftershocks** contains information about the mechanisms that gen-erateallearthquak es.

Main shocks are **aftershocks** of conditional foreshocks: How do foreshock statistical properties emerge from **aftershock** laws Agne`sHelmstetter Laboratoirede Ge´ophysique Interne et Tectonophysique, Observatoirede Grenoble, Universite´Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France Didier Sornette Laboratoirede ...

1999 • Applied Technology Council Earthquake **Aftershocks**— Entering Damaged Buildings Ronald P. Gallagher, R. P. Gallagher Associates, Inc. Paul A. Reasenberg, U. S. Geological Survey Chris D. Poland, Degenkolb Engineers Funded by the U.S. Geological Survey as part of the ATC-35 Research ...

If the spatial decay of r- is generated by **aftershocks**, then 33 why is it present before the mainshock? I will follow up the observation by showing that a 34 statistical seismicity model in which **aftershocks** follow the spatial decay law of r- automatically 35 generates foreshocks with the same ...

Ben-Zion and Lyakhovsky developeda solution for **aftershocks** decay in a damage rheology model. The solution indicates that the productivity of **aftershocks** decreases with increasing value of anon-dimensional material parameter R , given by the ratio of timescale for brittle deformation to ...

**AFTERSHOCKS** ON AND NEAR THE MAIN FAULT PLANE [18]Thisisthe location where generally the most and largest **aftershocks** occur. These **aftershocks** usually occur within a zone of a few to at most a very few tens of kilometers width around the main shock rupture plane.

**Aftershock** moment release rates, computed by summing **aftershock** moments intime intervals, follow a power-law time dependence similar to Omori'slaw from minutes to months after the mainshock; furthermore, in contrast to the previously observed saturation in numbers of **aftershocks** shortly after ...