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Dr. Ingi Th. Bjarnason (Iceland)

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Contributions

Date Contribution
12.04.2019 Abstract: Ölfus seismicity in Iceland - II: seismic stress inversions and seismotectonic implications
Revathy M. Parameswaran, Ingi Th. Bjarnason, and Bergthóra S. Thorbjarnardóttir
EGU2019, SM6.3, EGU2019-5880
Oral Programme
12.04.2019 Abstract: Ölfus seismicity in Iceland - I: relative seismic relocations and spatio-temporal evolutions
Bergthóra S. Thorbjarnardóttir, Revathy M. Parameswaran, and Ingi Th. Bjarnason
EGU2019, SM6.3, EGU2019-6115
Poster Programme
10.04.2019 Abstract: Absolute and relative location errors in double-difference relative earthquake locations in Southwest Iceland
Ingi Th. Bjarnason and Bergthóra S. Thorbjarnardóttir
EGU General Assembly 2019, SM1.1, EGU2019-16458-1
Oral Programme
12.04.2018 Abstract: Monte Carlo method for coupled earthquake locations and 1D velocity structure determination: ‘Minimum’ models with constant velocity gradient layers
Einar Kjartansson and Ingi Thorleifur Bjarnason
EGU2018, SM4.01, EGU2018-19807
Poster Programme
12.04.2018 Poster: Stability of the double-difference earthquake location method with respect to input parameters and data sub-sampling in South Iceland
I.Th. Bjarnason, B.S. Thorbjarnardóttir
Poster Programme

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Alerts

  • [21.10.2018] New article published in Journal of Applied Ecology : Bat overpasses: an insufficient solution to restore habitat connectivity [...] more
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