IASPEI SESSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS, WEEK 1


SA11A  UMC:Center  Mon  0830h
SB1  IASPEI Opening Plenary
Presiding: A V Nikolaev, Russian Academy of Sciences

   0830h   Discussion

SA11B  EC:Arena  Mon  0830h
SW1  Seismological Networks for the Next Century - Posters
Presiding: R A Phinney, Princeton Univ; A Tarantola, 
           Inst de Physique du Globe

   0830h   SA11B-01 POSTER  The SIL Data Acquisition and 
                    Monitoring System: *R  Bodvarsson, S T 
                    Rognvaldsson, S  Jakobsdottir, R  Slunga, R  
                    Stefansson
   0830h   SA11B-02 POSTER  Argo Project: Italian Satellite 
                    Seismic Network: G  Calderoni, F M De Simoni, 
                    *L  Merucci
   0830h   SA11B-03 POSTER  Piezoelectric Seismometers - New 
                    Class of Optimal Instruments for Digital 
                    Seismological Networks: *V M Fremd
   0830h   SA11B-04 POSTER  Monitoring of Monochromatic 
                    Components of the Seismic Noise by Laser 
                    Strainmeter: V A Alyoshin, M N Dubrov, *A P 
                    Iakovlev
   0830h   SA11B-05 POSTER  InterMarsnet: A Global Geophysical 
                    Network on Mars for the Beginning of the 
                    Next Century: A  Chicarro, C  Federico, J M 
                    Knudsen, *P  Lognonne, R  Pellinen, T  Spohn, 
                    F  Taylor, H Wanke, F  Duennebier, R  Greeley, 
                    C  Leovy, D  McCleese, C  McKay, R  Phillips, 
                    S S Squyres
   0830h   SA11B-06 POSTER  An Ultra Broad Band Seismometer for 
                    the Planetary Networksof the Next Century: *P  
                    Lognonne, S  Cacho, J Gagnepain-Beyneix, B  
                    Banerdt, T  Pike, B Kaiser, J F Karczewski, C 
                    Cavoit
   0830h   SA11B-07 POSTER  The Notebook PC as Communications 
                    Interface: *M J Randall
   0830h   SA11B-08 POSTER  Digital Wood-Anderson Seismometer: *G 
                    Romeo

SA12A  UMC:Center  Mon  1330h
SJS1  Earthquake Generation Processes (joint  with V)
Presiding: M Takeo, Univ of Tokyo; S R McNutt, 
           Univ of Alaska, Fairbanks

   1330h   INTRODUCTION: M Matsu'ura,Univ of Tokyo
   1335h   SA12A-01 INVITED  Seismic Evidence for an Earthquake 
                    Nucleation Phase: *W L Ellsworth, G C Beroza
   1400h   SA12A-02 Nucleation Area in Dynamic Rupture Model: 
                    The 1993 Kushiro-oki Earthquake: *S Ide, M 
                    Takeo
   1415h   SA12A-03 On the Inference of Stress Variations During 
                    the Rupture From Strong Motion Studies: *F  
                    Cotton, M  Campillo, O  Coutant
   1430h   SA12A-04 A Test of Dieterich Friction With Landers 
                    Aftershocks: *S J Gross
   1445h   SA12A-05 New Techniques for Characterizing Aftershock 
                    Behavior: Application to the Taiwan Catalog: 
                    Y Yan, S D Davis, W Y Chung
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA12A-06 The Relation Between Temperature and 
                    Earthquake Aftershock Decay: *F H Creamer, C 
                    Kisslinger
   1545h   SA12A-07 Physical Model of Aftershock Temporal 
                    Behavior: *A Marcellini
   1600h   SA12A-08 Seismicity and Eruptions Triggered by Large 
                    Earthquakes: *A T Linde, I S Sacks
   1615h   SA12A-09 Source Parameters of Eruption Earthquakes 
                    and a Magma Ascending Model: *T Nishimura
   1630h   SA12A-10 Tremor Measured From the Resonance of the 
                    Volcanic Gas Discharge: *F Le Guern, H 
                    Tazieff
   1645h   SA12A-11 Volcanic Tremor During Eruptions: *S R McNutt

SA12B  JILA:Auditorium  Mon  1330h
SW2  Thermoelastic Properties of Deep Mantle Phases (joint 
 with SEDI)
Presiding: O Anderson, Univ of California, LA; I Jackson, 
           Australian National Univ

   1330h   SA12B-01 INVITED  Cross P-T Derivatives of Olivine 
                    Using GHz Ultrasonic Interferometry: A Yoneda, 
                    G Chen, I C Getting, H A Spetzler
   1345h   SA12B-02 INVITED  In Situ Ultrasonic Measurements of 
                    Elastic Wave Velocities of Mantle Minerals 
                    to 10 GPa in Multi-Anvil Apparatus: *B Li, 
                    R C Liebermann, I Jackson, G D Gwanmesia
   1400h   SA12B-03 INVITED  Thermodynamic Parameters of Deep 
                    Mantle Phases MgSiO~K3~L and MgO From 
                    Vibrational Spectroscopy at High Pressures: *A 
                    Chopelas
   1415h   SA12B-04 INVITED  Thermoelasticity of MgSiO~K3 
                    Orthoenstatite: *Y Zhao, D Schiferl, T J 
                    Shankland
   1430h   SA12B-05 INVITED  Effects of the Mg/(Mg+Fe) Ratio on 
                    Thermoelastic Parameters of Mantle Minerals: 
                    *D G Isaak
   1445h   SA12B-06 INVITED  Experimental and Theoretical 
                    Equations of State of Mantle Silicates: *Y 
                    Wang, F Guyot, P Gillet
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA12B-07 INVITED  Values of the Anderson-Gruneisen 
                    Parameters, Delta T~K0~L, for Silicate 
                    Perovskite: *O L Anderson, K Masuda
   1545h   SA12B-08 INVITED  Delta~L2 ~KK/Delta P Delta T From 
                    Synchrotron Based P-V-T Studies: S M Rigden, 
                    *I Jackson
   1600h   SA12B-09 INVITED  A Theory of the Gruneisen Parameter 
                    Applied to M~Kg~LSiO~K3~L Perovskite: *F D 
                    Stacey
   1615h   SA12B-10 INVITED  Molecular Dynamic Simulation of the 
                    High Pressure and High Temperature Behavior 
                    of MgO and MgSiO~K3~L-Perovskite: G D Price, 
                    L Vocadlo, *A Patel
   1630h   SA12B-11 INVITED  High-Pressure Effects on Thermal 
                    Properties of MgO: I Inbar, *R E Cohen
   1645h   SA12B-12 A Simplified Model for Predicting High 
                    Pressure Thermal Expansion of MgO: *K Wang, 
                    R R Reeber
   1700h   Discussion

SA12C  DUANE:G020  Mon  1330h
SW1  Seismological Networks for the Next Century
Presiding: R A Phinney, Princeton Univ; A Tarantola, 
           Inst de Physique du Globe

   1330h   SA12C-01 Underground Broadband Seismic Networks: A 
                    New Window for Observing the Earth: *S 
                    Crampin
   1345h   SA12C-02 Planetary Networks: The Seismic Revolution 
                    of the Next Millenium in Comparative 
                    Planetology: *P  Lognonne, F  Duennebier
   1400h   SA12C-03 Seismology: A Look in the Crystal Ball to 
                    the Next Century: *R Butler
   1415h   SA12C-04 Towards a New Generation of Global Network: 
                    *J P Montagner
   1430h   SA12C-05 Recording Ground Motion Where People Live 
                    With Dense Urban Seismic Arrays: Connecting 
                    Social Consciousness to the Earth: *E 
                    Cranswick
   1445h   SA12C-06 INVITED  Seismometry Using Optical Devices: *A 
                    Berni
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA12C-07 INVITED  Seismometers-on-a-Chip: Prospects 
                    for Advanced Instrumentation Through 
                    "Micromachining": *M L Roukes
   1550h   SA12C-08 INVITED  All Seismic Networks Will Be Part 
                    of a Global Network: The Network Is the 
                    Network: *S  Malone
   1610h   SA12C-09 The Future of Seismological Arrays: *R  
                    Phinney
   1630h   Discussion

SA21A  UMC:Center  Tues  0830h
SJS1  Earthquake Generation Processes (joint  with V)
Presiding: C J Marone, MIT; I G Main, Edinburgh Univ

   0830h   SA21A-01 INVITED  New Observations of Fault 
                    Properties: Displacement Scaling and 
                    Time-Dependent Earthquake Nucleation: *J H 
                    Dieterich, B D Kilgore
   0900h   SA21A-02 D~Kc~L in the Rate and State Variable 
                    Friction Law From a Microscopic Point of View: 
                    *N  Yoshioka, K  Iwasa
   0915h   SA21A-03 Scaling of Friction Constitutive Parameters 
                    With Gouge Zone Thickness: Implications for 
                    Minimum Earthquake Size: *C  Marone
   0930h   SA21A-04 Slip Instabilities: Unstable Friction or 
                    Shear Heating?: *P  Segall, J R Rice
   0945h   SA21A-05 Temporal and Spatial Scaling of Fluid-Rock 
                    Interactions During Self-Sealing and Healing 
                    of Faults: *P G Meredith, I G Main, R  
                    Hutcheon
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA21A-06 Fluid-Rock Interactions During Fault 
                    Nucleation: *I G Main, B G D Smart, B R 
                    Crawford
   1045h   SA21A-07 Conservation of Mass Analysis for Fracture 
                    Opening Under High Water Pressures: *J B 
                    Davies, C B Archambeau
   1100h   SA21A-08 The Physical Modelling of Formation and 
                    Evolution of Seismoactive Fault Zone: A 
                    Ponomarev, *A D Zavyalov, D Lockner, V 
                    Smirnov, S Stanchits
   1115h   SA21A-09 Experimental Study on the Evolution of 
                    Physical Field of Faults With Different 
                    Geometry: *J Ma, S L Ma, L Q Liu
   1130h   SA21A-10 Depth Profile of the Constitutive Law 
                    Parameters for Shear Rupture in the 
                    Lithosphere: *M Ohnaka
   1145h   SA21A-11 The Seismogenic Zone of Subduction Thrust 
                    Faults: *R D Hyndman

SA21B  EC:Arena  Tues  0830h
SJS1  Earthquake Generation Processes - Posters (joint  with V)
Presiding: M Matsu'ura, Univ of Tokyo

   0830h   SA21B-01 POSTER  Earthquake Thermodynamics: *E 
                    Majewski, R Teisseyre
   0830h   SA21B-02 POSTER  Evolution of Acoustic Emissions 
                    During Shear Faulting: *P R Sammonds, P G 
                    Meredith, A Odedra, I G Main, M Ohnaka
   0830h   SA21B-03 POSTER  A CA Model of Fracture and Fluid 
                    Flow: The Influence of Heterogeneity in the 
                    Failure Process: S A Wilson, J R Henderson, 
                    *I G Main
   0830h   SA21B-04 POSTER  Hierarchical Model of Blocks With 
                    Two Directions of Movements: Seismic 
                    Properties: E M Blanter, *M G Shnirman, C J 
                    Allegre, J L Le Mouel
   0830h   SA21B-05 POSTER  Physics of a Foam Rubber Model of 
                    Earthquakes: *R Anooshehpoor, J N Brune
   0830h   SA21B-06 POSTER  Slow Earthquakes and Stress 
                    Redistribution: *I S Sacks, A T Linde
   0830h   SA21B-07 POSTER  Maximum Seismic Depth Versus Thermal 
                    Parameter of Subducted Slab: Application to 
                    Deep Earthquakes in Chile and Bolivia: *A  
                    Gorbatov, V  Kostoglodov, E  Burov
   0830h   SA21B-08 POSTER  Faulting Process of the August 8, 
                    1993 Guam Earthquake: A Thrust Event in a 
                    Otherwise Weakly Coupled Subduction Zone: *J 
                    Campos, R Madariaga, C Scholz
   0830h   SA21B-09 POSTER  Long-Period Earthquakes Near Klamath 
                    Falls, Oregon, During the 1993-1994 
                    Earthquake Sequence: *R D Norris, A M Pitt
   0830h   SA21B-10 POSTER  Bookshelf Faulting in the Transform 
                    Zone of South Iceland: *P Einarsson
   0830h   SA21B-11 POSTER  Relative Displacements Along Faults 
                    in the Rokko-Tsurukabuto Area Associated 
                    With the 1995 Southern Hougo Earthquake, 
                    Japan, as Determined by GPS Measurements: 
                    *J P L Catane, T Terashima
   0830h   SA21B-12 POSTER  Aftershock Area Expansion: *S 
                    Simeonova, D Solakov
   0830h   SA21B-13 POSTER  Initial P-Wave Slope of Small 
                    Earthquakes in Southwestern Ibaraki Region, 
                    Kanto, Japan: *O  Hoshino, M  Takeo
   0830h   SA21B-14 POSTER  The Structure Features of Seismicity 
                    Within the Northern Volcanic Group Region 
                    (Kamchatka): *O S Chubarova
   0830h   SA21B-15 POSTER  An Earthquake Train Emerged With a 
                    Medium Size of Phreatic Explosion in Aso 
                    Volcano: *T Tsutsui, T Mori, Y Sudo, H Ono
   0830h   SA21B-16 POSTER  Spectral-Energy Distributions of 
                    Seismic Radiation Emitted by Underground 
                    Explosions: *V P Dokuchaev
   0830h   SA21B-17 POSTER  Distinctions Between Spectra of 
                    Earthquakes With and Without Foreshocks: *G V 
                    Doubrovina
   0830h   SA21B-18 POSTER  In-Situ Measurement of Stress and 
                    Pore Water Pressure in an Earthquake Focal 
                    Area: H Tsukahara, R Ikeda, *K Omura
   0830h   SA21B-19 POSTER  Interaction of Overthrusting and 
                    Lithospheric Bending: *F  Roth, H  Traeger
   0830h   SA21B-20 POSTER  An Important Dynamic Environmental 
                    Factor for Intraplate Seismogeny - The 
                    Crust-Mantle Structure Ratio Value R: *T E 
                    Mao
   0830h   SA21B-21 POSTER  Earthquake-Generating Hypotheses for 
                    Fennoscandia: *R Wahlstrom
   0830h   SA21B-22 POSTER  Modelling of Earthquakes Triggered 
                    by Stress Perturbations: *G A Sobolev, A V 
                    Ponomarev, V B Smirnov
   0830h   SA21B-23 POSTER  Earthquake-Induced Earthquakes - Why?: 
                    J Gomberg, *S D Davis
   0830h   SA21B-24 POSTER  Great Earthquake: Is it a Natural 
                    Nuclear Explosion?: *A F Tupikin
   0830h   SA21B-25 POSTER  Seismic Global Faulting as the 
                    Phenomenon of Dynamics Fragmentation of a 
                    Large-Scale Solid Strained by Gravity and 
                    Tectonic Forces: *D Zaurov
   0830h   SA21B-26 POSTER  Confining Pressure Induced Tensile 
                    Fracture Resistance of Rocks: Y M Khazan, Y A 
                    Fialko
   0830h   SA21B-27 POSTER  Intrusive Mechanism of Shallow 
                    Earthquake Preparation: V G Guterman, Y M 
                    Khazan
   0830h   SA21B-28 POSTER  The Role of Seismotectonic Activated 
                    Periods for the Strong Earthquakes 
                    Generating Under Conditions of Continental 
                    Rift: *P G Djadkov
   0830h   SA21B-29 POSTER  Modelling of Seismogenic Fault 
                    Zone's Stress State in the Central Part of 
                    Baikal Rift: P G Djadkov, L A Nazarov
   0830h   SA21B-30 POSTER  A Three Dimensional Linked Fault 
                    System From Earthquake Data and Structural 
                    Analysis, Central Transverse Ranges, 
                    California: P Geiser, L Seeber, J G 
                    Armbruster
   0830h   SA21B-31 POSTER  A Fault Interaction Model of the 
                    Killari Earthquake of September 30, 1993 in 
                    the Stable Land of India: *J R Kayal

SA21C  EC:Arena  Tues  0830h
SJW1  Geophysical Networks - Posters (joint  with G,GA)
Presiding: D W Simpson, IRIS; D J Kerridge, 
           British Geological Survey

   0830h   SA21C-01 POSTER  The Geophysical Observatory at Terra 
                    Nova Bay, Antarctica: *A  Morelli, G  Romeo
   0830h   SA21C-02 POSTER  Co-location of Geomagnetic and 
                    Seismic Instruments of Istituto Nazionale di 
                    Geofisica (Italy): P Palangio, A Meloni, A 
                    Caramelli, L Cafarella, A De Santis
   0830h   SA21C-03 POSTER  Multiparameter Network Installed 
                    Around Gravimeters During November 3rd 1994 
                    Solar Eclipse in Southern Brasil: *M 
                    van Ruymbeke, S R C de Freitas
   0830h   SA21C-04 POSTER  Argentine Geomagnetic Observatory 
                    Network and Repeat Stations: *J C Gianibelli, 
                    M A Munard, L  Petcoff
   0830h   SA21C-05 POSTER  The European Integration of the 
                    Fundamental Geodetic Point of the Romanian 
                    Astro-Geodetical Network: *I Radu
   0830h   SA21C-06 POSTER  Syowa Station: Observatory for 
                    Global Geodesy in Antarctica: *K Shibuya
   0830h   SA21C-07 POSTER  The Geomagnetic Observatory Network 
                    - A Case Study in Archival of Longterm 
                    Geophysical Network Data: *S J McLean, L D 
                    Morris, V O Papitashvili
   0830h   SA21C-08 POSTER  Joint Seismic and Atmospheric 
                    Acoustic Equipment Complex: E O Kremenetskaya, 
                    I A Kuzmin, J V Fedorenko, *O M Raspopov, S N 
                    Kulichkov
   0830h   SA21C-09 POSTER  Digitized Geomagnetic Observatory 
                    System of Beijing Geomagnetic Observatory 
                    Center in China: *C Liu

SA21D  JILA:Auditorium  Tues  0830h
S1  Seismicity Induced by Petroleum, Mining and Geothermal 
Activities (joint  with SEG)
Presiding: J R Grasso, LGIT-IRIGM; T Satoh, 
           Geological Survey of Japan

   0830h   SA21D-01 The Three M=7 Gazli Earthquakes, Usbekistan, 
                    Central Asia: The Largest Seismic Energy 
                    Release by Human Activity?: *J R Grasso, L M 
                    Plotnikova, B  Nutaev, R  Bossu
   0848h   SA21D-02 Microseismicity Associated With Primary Oil 
                    Production in Clinton County, Kentucky: *J T 
                    Rutledge, W S Phillips, T D Fairbanks, D W 
                    Anderson
   0906h   SA21D-03 Earthquakes at the Eagle Oil Field Near Fort 
                    St. John, British Columbia: *R B Horner, J E 
                    Barclay, J M MacRae, R J Wetmiller, I Asudeh
   0924h   SA21D-04 Evaluation of Subsurface Crack Structures 
                    and Stress Direction by Using Doublets in 
                    the Three-Component Seismic Measurement: *H  
                    Moriya, J T Rutledge, H  Niitsuma
   0942h   SA21D-05 Beyond Rangely: Poro- and Thermoelastically 
                    Induced Seismicity: *P  Segall, A  Mossop
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA21D-06 Microearthquakes Induced by Hydraulic 
                    Stimulation in the Austin Chalk: *W S 
                    Phillips, T D Fairbanks, J T Rutledge, D W 
                    Anderson
   1048h   SA21D-07 A Methodology for Induced Seismic Risk 
                    Evalution Around Hydrocarbon Recovery Sites: 
                    Validation on the Lacq Gas Field, France: P Y 
                    Bard, *J R Grasso, D  Fourmaintraux, M  
                    Koller
   1106h   SA21D-08 Tidal Triggering of Rock Bursts in Coal, 
                    Uranium, and Bauxite Mines: A A Malovichko, 
                    A V Nikolaev, V A Nikolaev, V S Ponomarev, D 
                    Prochazkova
   1124h   SA21D-09 Fracture Coalescence as a Mechanism for 
                    Rockbursts: Evidence From Stresses and 
                    Rupture Planes at Microseismic Event 
                    Locations: C I Trifu, T I Urbancic
   1142h   SA21D-10 Precursory Localization and Development of 
                    Microfractures Along the Ultimate Fracture 
                    Plane in Rock Samples Under Triaxial 
                    Compression: *T  Satoh, K  Shivakumar, O 
                    Nishizawa, K Kusunose

SA21E  EC:Arena  Tues  0830h
S1  Seismicity Induced by Petroleum, Mining and Geothermal 
Activities - Posters (joint  with SEG)
Presiding: S Spottiswoode, CSIR Mining Technology; F Boler, 
           US Bureau of Mines

   0830h   SA21E-01 POSTER  Remotely Triggered Seismicity 
                    Inferred From Taiwan Regional Catalogue: *I A 
                    Beresnev, K L Wen
   0830h   SA21E-02 POSTER  Induced Seismicity and the Potential 
                    for Liability Under American Law: D A Cypser, 
                    S D Davis
   0830h   SA21E-03 POSTER  HYPERION - A Real-Time Monitoring 
                    System for Induced Seismicity: A Description 
                    of Acquisition and Processing Capabilities: 
                    J A Alexander, R  Bowes, T I Urbancic, C I 
                    Trifu, A J Feustel
   0830h   SA21E-04 POSTER  Some Approaches to Seismic 
                    Instrumentation in Mines: *G W Patraw, P R 
                    Passmore
   0830h   SA21E-05 POSTER  Peculiarities of Seismotectonic 
                    Deformations in a Gas Field Area (Gazli, 
                    Usbekistan): L M Matasova, *B  Nutaev, L M 
                    Plotnikova, R  Bossu, J R Grasso
   0830h   SA21E-06 POSTER  Monitoring Seismic Process in the 
                    Region of Gas Field in Order to Define the 
                    Morphologic Parameters of Tectonic Faults 
                    (Gazli, Usbekistan): L M Plotnikova, *B  
                    Nutaev, J R Grasso
   0830h   SA21E-07 POSTER  Induced Seismic Instabilities to 
                    Improve Reservoir Management: *J R Grasso, E  
                    Chevallier, F  Guyoton
   0830h   SA21E-08 POSTER  Use of Downhole 3-Axis Geophones for 
                    Permanent Microseismic Monitoring of Salt 
                    Leached Cavities - Case Histories: *C Maisons, 
                    S Nicoletis
   0830h   SA21E-09 POSTER  Seismic Investigations of Induced 
                    Seismicity in a Controlled Rock Volume: C 
                    Baker, R P Young, S C Maxwell, D Collins, S D 
                    Falls, *I G Stimpson
   0830h   SA21E-10 POSTER  A 3-Dimensional Array Study of 
                    Longwall Coal Mine Seismicity: *P L Swanson, 
                    L H Estey
   0830h   SA21E-11 POSTER  Mining-Induced Seismicity in the 
                    Kizel Coal Basin: *A A Malovichko
   0830h   SA21E-12 POSTER  Investigation of Induced Seismicity 
                    in a Hard-Rock Mine: *S Talebi, P Mottahed
   0830h   SA21E-13 POSTER  Rock Mass Characterization Using 
                    Intrinsic and Scattering Attenuation 
                    Estimates at Frequencies From 400 to 1600 Hz: 
                    A J Feustel, C I Trifu, T I Urbancic
   0830h   SA21E-14 POSTER  Influence of Rupture Complexity and 
                    Stress Regime on Source Scaling Relations: 
                    T I Urbancic, C I Trifu
   0830h   SA21E-15 POSTER  Clustering and Location Pattern of 
                    Mine-Induced Seismic Events: *A M Milev, S M 
                    Spottiswoode
   0830h   SA21E-16 POSTER  Factors Controlling Rockburst Damage 
                    - 3 Case Histories From South African Gold 
                    Mines: *R J Durrheim, A J Jager, J W Klokow, 
                    D Booyens
   0830h   SA21E-17 POSTER  Kinetics of Rock Fracture: Rockburst 
                    Forecasting: *V A Anikolenko
   0830h   SA21E-18 POSTER  Seismic Hazard in Relation to 
                    Quarries Operating Along a Major Active 
                    Normal Fault Zone: The Padul-Durcal-Niguelas 
                    Fault Zone (PDNFZ), Sierra Nevada, Betic 
                    Cordilleras, SE Spain: *M Doblas, M Hoyos, V 
                    Mahecha, J L Ruiz
   0830h   SA21E-19 POSTER  Modelling Damage Evolution Using 
                    Microseismicity Induced by Fluid Extraction 
                    and Injection in the Kakkonda Geothermal 
                    Field, Japan: *J B Gomez, P G Meredith, P R 
                    Sammonds, M Tateno, M Takanohashi
   0830h   SA21E-20 POSTER  Non-Double-Couple Microearthquakes 
                    in the Geothermal Field of Larderello, 
                    Central Italy: R  Console, *R  Rosini
   0830h   SA21E-21 POSTER  Seismicity Associated With 
                    Reservoirs' Impoundment in Brazil: *J A V 
                    Veloso, J  Berrocal
   0830h   SA21E-22 POSTER  Renewed Seismicity Around Koyna 
                    Reservoir in India During 1993-1994: *B K 
                    Rastogi, R K Chadha, C S P Sarma, P Mandal
   0830h   SA21E-23 POSTER  Three Decades of Seismicity at Koyna 
                    and the Unsolved Questions: *K Rajendran
   0830h   SA21E-24 POSTER  A Prediction Modeling of Local 
                    Earthquakes Around Sefid-Rud Dam, N. Iran: 
                    *M K Hafizi
   0830h   SA21E-25 POSTER  The Cause of Earthquake in the 
                    Proposed Three-Gorge-Project Area on Yangtze 
                    River: Q Yang, Y Hu, X Chen

SA22A  UMC:CENTER  Tues  1330h
SJS1  Earthquake Generation Processes (joint  with V)
Presiding: M Matsu'ura, Univ of Tokyo; J B Rundle, 
           Univ of Colorado

   1330h   SA22A-01 Fundamental Scaling Laws Derived From a 
                    Physical Model of Earthquake Generation 
                    Processes: *M Matsu'ura, B Shibazaki, T Sato
   1345h   SA22A-02 Earthquake Nucleation and Transition From 
                    Quasi-Static to Dynamic Slip on Model Faults 
                    Obeying Rate and State Dependent Friction: *M  
                    Roy, C J Marone
   1400h   SA22A-03 Asperities, Rise Time, Results From 
                    "Quantum" Theory Modeling: P A Rydelek, *I S 
                    Sacks
   1415h   SA22A-04 Dynamic Rupture Processes of a Few 
                    Interplate Earthquakes in the Mexican 
                    Subduction Zone: *T Mikumo, M A Santoyo, T 
                    Miyatake
   1430h   SA22A-05 On the Mechanism of Seismic Decoupling and 
                    Back-Arc Spreading at Subduction Zones: C 
                    Scholz, *J Campos
   1445h   SA22A-06 Lower Stress Model of Seismotectonics and 
                    Seismogenesis: *M V Rodkin
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA22A-07 Order and Fluctuations in Lattice Models for 
                    Earthquakes: *J B Rundle, C Ferguson, W Klein, 
                    D L Turcotte
   1545h   SA22A-08 Self-Organized Criticality in Hierarchical 
                    Model of Defects Development: *E M Blanter, 
                    M G Shnirman
   1600h   SA22A-09 Numerical Simulations of Earthquakes 
                    Spontaneously Propagating Along Complex 
                    Faults: *R A Harris, S M Day
   1615h   SA22A-10 Interactive Dynamics of Faults: *P Senatorski
   1630h   SA22A-11 A Fracture Mechanical Cellular Automaton 
                    Model of Rock Fracture: J R Henderson, *I G 
                    Main, S A Wilson
   1645h   SA22A-12 Increase of Creep Interevent Intervals After 
                    an Earthquake: The Influence of Rock Elastic 
                    Nonlinearity: *M E Belardinelli

SA22B  DUANE:G020  Tues  1330h
SJS2  Physical and Chemical Evolution of the Earth (joint 
 with V)
Presiding: S Franck, Potsdam Univ; E Ohtani, Tohoku Univ

   1330h   SA22B-01 Accretion of the Earth, Primitive 
                    Atmosphere, Effects of Heavy Bombardment, 
                    and Giant Impact: *H J Melosh
   1350h   SA22B-02 Depletion of Planetary Atmosphere by Giant 
                    Impacts: G Chen, T J Ahrens
   1410h   SA22B-03 Thermal and Chemical Evolution of the 
                    Terrestrial Magma Ocean: *Y  Abe
   1430h   SA22B-04 Core-Mantle Separation and Its Influence on 
                    Thermal and Chemical Evolution: *D J 
                    Stevenson
   1450h   Break
   1520h   SA22B-05 Core Formation and the Early Surface 
                    Environment of the Terrestrial Planets: 
                    Effect of the Composition of the Core: *K  
                    Kuramoto
   1540h   SA22B-06 Interactions Between Mantle and Core 
                    Material: Significance for the Evolution of 
                    the Core and the D" Layer: *Q Williams, E 
                    Knittle
   1600h   SA22B-07 Core-Mantle Separation in the Earth: *M J 
                    Drake
   1620h   SA22B-08 Metal-Silicate Equilibrium During Core 
                    Formation and the Chemistry of the Mantle 
                    and Core, II, Chemical Considerations: *V R 
                    Murthy, S Karato
   1640h   SA22B-09 Metal-Silicate Equilibrium During Core 
                    Formation and the Chemistry of the Mantle 
                    and Core, I, Physical Considerations: *S 
                    Karato, V R Murthy

SA22C  CIRES:Auditorium  Tues  1330h
SJW1  Geophysical Networks (joint  with G,GA)
Presiding: D W Simpson, IRIS; D J Kerridge, 
           British Geological Survey

   1330h   SA22C-01 The Need for Multidisciplinarity (at Single 
                    Sites and on the Global Scale): The 
                    Observatory Network in the Historical 
                    Perpective: *G P Gregori
   1345h   SA22C-02 Global Deployment of Digital, Broadband, 
                    High Dynamic-Range, Seismic Instrumentation: 
                    Role of the Federation: *E R Engdahl
   1400h   SA22C-03 The Requirements of a Modern Magnetic 
                    Observatory: R L Coles, A W Green, *D J 
                    Kerridge, J L Le Mouel
   1415h   SA22C-04 Proposed Geomagnetic Observatories 
                    Co-located With Other Geophysical Stations: 
                    *J R Heirtzler, R A Langel, R Baldwin, A D 
                    Chave, J J Frawley, A W Green
   1430h   Discussion
   1500h   Break
   1530h   Discussion

SA22D  JILA:Auditorium  Tues  1330h
S1  Seismicity Induced by Petroleum, Mining and Geothermal 
Activities (joint  with SEG)
Presiding: A A Malovichko, Mining Inst; R B Horner, 
           Geol Survey of Canada

   1330h   SA22D-01 In Search for a Relationship Between 
                    Rockbursts and Microseismic Activity in 
                    Creighton Mine, Ontario: *M  Eneva
   1348h   SA22D-02 A Cellular Automaton for Modeling Induced 
                    Seismicity in the Creighton Mine: *S J Steacy, 
                    J  McCloskey
   1406h   SA22D-03 Distribution of Microseismic Stress Release 
                    and Slip Within the Source Region of Two 
                    Coincident M 2.2 Events: R A Mercer, T I 
                    Urbancic, C I Trifu
   1424h   SA22D-04 Manifestation of Seismic Activity in Upper 
                    Kama Potash Mines: B A Akhmetov, A A 
                    Malovichko, R H Sabirov
   1442h   SA22D-05 Some Scaling Characteristics of Induced, 
                    Tectonic, and Simulated Seismicity: V  
                    Shumila, C I Trifu
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA22D-06 Occurrence and Mechanisms of 
                    Microearthquakes at the Southeast Geysers 
                    Geothermal Field, California: *A Kirkpatrick, 
                    J E Peterson, E L Majer
   1548h   SA22D-07 Microseismicity, Stress, and Fracture Within 
                    the Coso Geothermal Field: *Q  Feng, J M Lees
   1606h   SA22D-08 Seismicity Accompanying Hydraulic 
                    Fracturing: Relation Between the Larger 
                    Events and the Spatial-Temporal Development 
                    of Locations and Velocity Changes: *M  Fehler, 
                    L  House
   1624h   SA22D-09 Results From an Injection Experiment at the 
                    Svartsengi Geothermal Field, on the 
                    Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland: *B  
                    Brandsdottir, P  Einarsson, K Arnason, H 
                    Kristmannsdottir
   1642h   SA22D-10 Characteristics of Microearthquakes Induced 
                    During Hydraulic Fracturing at the Hijiori 
                    HDR Site in Japan: *S Sasaki

SA31A  MUENZ:E050  Wed  1030h
SJS2  Physical and Chemical Evolution of the Earth (joint 
 with V)
Presiding: V R Murthy, Univ of Minnesota; W McDonough, 
           Harvard Univ

   1030h   SA31A-01 Continental Growth and Volatile Exchange 
                    During Earth's Evolution: *S Franck, C 
                    Bounama
   1050h   SA31A-02 Komatiite Magmatism in the Archean Mantle: 
                    *C T Herzberg
   1110h   SA31A-03 Element Partitioning Between Lower Mantle 
                    Assemblage, Silicate Melt, and Molten Iron: 
                    Application to the Core Formation of the 
                    Earth: E Ohtani, H Yurimoto
   1130h   SA31A-04 On the Nature of Ultra-High Pressure 
                    Metamorphism and Granitic Magmatism in Fold 
                    Belts: E V Artyushkov, *A W Hofmann
   1150h   SA31A-05 Subduction of Continental Crust Lithologies 
                    in Deep Mantle: *T Irifune

SA31B  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
SJS2  Physical and Chemical Evolution of the Earth - Posters
 (joint  with V)
Presiding: T J Ahrens, California Inst of Technology

   0830h   SA31B-01 POSTER  Evolution of Earth Redox State 
                    During Upwilling of Carbon-Bearing Mantle: 
                    *A A Kadik
   0830h   SA31B-02 POSTER  The Early Proterozoic Fundamental 
                    Change in Magmatism: *E V Sharkov
   0830h   SA31B-03 POSTER  Compositional Zonation as 
                    Consequence of Dynamical Fractionation: *E  
                    Kalicke, U Hansen
   0830h   SA31B-04 POSTER  The Earth Planet: "Cold" or "Hot"?: 
                    *V V Kuznetsov

SA31C  CIRES:Auditorium  Wed  1030h
SJS3  Long-Term Seafloor Observations and Networks (joint 
 with G,GA,OS)
Presiding: J P Montagner, Univ of Paris; D Forsyth, Brown Univ

   1030h   SA31C-01 INVITED  Report on the ION Workshop: 
                    Marseille, January 11-13, 1995: *A M 
                    Dziewonski, Y Lancelot
   1045h   SA31C-02 The French Ocean Bottom Observatory Program: 
                    Pilot Experiments: *J P Montagner, J F 
                    Karczewski, P Tarits, R Beauduin, P Lognonne, 
                    G Roult
   1100h   SA31C-03 INVITED  Seafloor Reference Benchmarks: *F N 
                    Spiess, C D Chadwell, J A Hildebrand, L E 
                    Young, G H Purcell, H Dragert
   1115h   SA31C-04 INVITED  Long-Term Measurements of Earth 
                    Potentials on Oceanic Cables: *L J Lanzerotti, 
                    L V Medford, C G Maclennan, D J Thomson
   1130h   SA31C-05 Teleseismic P-Wave Delays on the Northern 
                    Mid-Atlantic Ridge Recorded on an Array of 
                    Ocean-Bottom Seismometers: Effects of Melt 
                    in the Mantle Observed: *D W Forsyth

SA31D  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
SJS3  Long-Term Seafloor Observations and Networks - Posters
 (joint  with G,GA,OS)
Presiding: R Stephen, WHOI

   0830h   SA31D-01 POSTER  Tiltmeters for Submarine Volcano 
                    Observatories: *S Constable, J Orcutt, H 
                    Staudigel, M Tolstoy, F Wyatt
   0830h   SA31D-02 POSTER  SEABASS: A Deployment and Recording 
                    System for Seafloor Borehole Seismology: *R A 
                    Stephen, D E Koelsch, K R Peal, F  Vernon, 
                    C R Bradley, J  Orcutt, F N Spiess
   0830h   SA31D-03 POSTER  An Ocean Bottom Broadband Borehole 
                    Seismometer Package for Global Seismic 
                    Network Observations: F Vernon, J A Orcutt, *M 
                    Tolstoy, R Stephen, K Peal
   0830h   SA31D-04 POSTER  Long-Term Heat Flow Monitoring at 
                    TAG Hydrothermal Mound, Mid Atlantic Ridge: *M 
                    Kinoshita, O Matsubayashi, K Fujioka, H 
                    Murakami
   0830h   SA31D-05 POSTER  Season and Annual Flow Variability 
                    of the Western Equatorial Pacific Based on 
                    Undersea Cable Voltage: T A Demidova, L L 
                    Vanyan
   0830h   SA31D-06 INVITED  POSTER  Reuse of Submarine Cable 
                    for Undersea Geophysical Measurements: J 
                    Kasahara, H Kinoshita, H Utada
   0830h   SA31D-07 POSTER  Stationary Observation at the Deep 
                    Sea Floor: K Mitsuzawa, H Momma, Y Kaiho, H 
                    Hotto
   0830h   SA31D-08 POSTER  Ocean Bottom Seismometer and 
                    Teleseismic Observations of an Intraplate 
                    Earthquake Swarm in the Pacific Basin: 
                    Thermal Stresses or Volcanic Origin?: *D W 
                    Forsyth, S H Hung, D S Scheirer, Y Shen
   0830h   SA31D-09 POSTER  Crustal Structure of the Voring 
                    Basin, N. Norway, From 3-C Ocean Bottom 
                    Seismographs: S Kodaira, R Mjelde, P Digranes, 
                    H Shimamura, H Shiobara, T Kanazawa, E W Berg
   0830h   SA31D-10 POSTER  Shear Waves in OBS Data From the 
                    Voring Margin off Northern Norway: *P 
                    Digranes, R Mjelde, S Kodaira, H Shimamura, H 
                    Shiobara, T Kanazawa, E W Berg
   0830h   SA31D-11 POSTER  Geotectonic Aspect of Source 
                    Parameters for Oceanic Earthquakes: *S A 
                    Boldyrev
   0830h   SA31D-12 POSTER  Seismoacoustical Observations in the 
                    Two Bottom Structures of the Indian Ocean: 
                    *S A Boldyrev, I F Kadykov
   0830h   SA31D-13 INVITED  POSTER  Long-Term Seafloor 
                    Observation in Sagami Bay: *H Momma, K 
                    Mitsuzawa, Y Kaiho, H Hotta

SA31E  MUENZ:E050  Wed  0830h
SL1  IASPEI Association Lecture
Presiding: A V Nikolaev, Russian Academy of Sciences

   0830h   SA31E-01 INVITED  The Underdetermined Earth: *B L N 
                    Kennett

SA31F  RAMAL:C 250  Wed  0930h
S2  Earthquake Prediction
Presiding: K Hamada, NIED

   0930h   SA31F-01 INVITED  Characteristic Earthquakes: 
                    Probabilistic Models and Testable Predictions: 
                    *W L Ellsworth
   0950h   SA31F-02 INVITED  Earthquake Rupture Nucleation: A 
                    Physical Basis for Earthquake Prediction: *M 
                    Ohnaka
   1010h   Break
   1030h   SA31F-03 Problems and Strategy of Earthquake 
                    Prediction: *G A Sobolev
   1043h   SA31F-04 The SIL Earthquake Prediction Project, Main 
                    Results: *R  Stefansson, R  Bodvarsson, S  
                    Jakobsdottir, R  Slunga
   1056h   SA31F-05 Precursory Phenomena to Earthquakes in Japan: 
                    *K Hamada
   1109h   SA31F-06 Long-Term Earthquake Prediction for the 
                    Kurile-Kamchatka Seismic Zone and Shikotan 
                    Earthquake, October 4, 1994, M=8.2: *S A 
                    Fedotov, L S Shumilina, G V Chernysheva, O V 
                    Potapova
   1122h   SA31F-07 Refinement of the Accuracy of 
                    Intermediate-Term Earthquake Predictions: *V G 
                    Kossobokov, L L Romashkova
   1135h   SA31F-08 Time-to-Failure Analysis and 
                    Intermediate-Term Earthquake Prediction: *C G 
                    Bufe, D J Varnes, S P Nishenko
   1148h   SA31F-09 Changes in Wave Propagation Associated With 
                    the 1989 Loma Prieta, California Earthquake: 
                    *G C Beroza, M C Verwoerd, W L Ellsworth, A T 
                    Cole

SA31G  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
S2  Earthquake Prediction - Posters
Presiding: A Lindh, USGS

   0830h   SA31G-01 POSTER  Evaluation of Earthquake Prediction 
                    Statements: *G A Papadopoulos
   0830h   SA31G-02 POSTER  Change of Correlation of Seismic 
                    Activities as an Indication of a Preparatory 
                    Process Leading to the 1995 Hyogoken Nanbu 
                    Earthquake: *A Yoshida
   0830h   SA31G-03 POSTER  Precursory Change of Clustering 
                    Before Large Earthquakes: A Case Study for 
                    Recent Earthquakes in the Caucasus: *V 
                    Vasiliev
   0830h   SA31G-04 POSTER  The Short-Term Low-Frequency 
                    Precusor on the Kuril-Kamchatka Earthquakes 
                    of 1993-1994: I E Volkov, B W Levin, *E V 
                    Sasorova
   0830h   SA31G-05 POSTER  Spectral Analysis on Continuous 
                    Geochemical Monitoring Data in Seismic Areas: 
                    D Albarello, *M Calcara, V Lapenna, G 
                    Martinelli, F Quattrocchi, M Mucciarelli
   0830h   SA31G-06 POSTER  Main Constraints for Siting of 
                    Earthquake Prediction Tests Based on 
                    Hydrologic-Geochemical Monitoring: D 
                    Albarello, *G Martinelli
   0830h   SA31G-07 POSTER  Fluid Geochemistry and 
                    Seismotectonics in Some Seismic and Volcanic 
                    Italian Areas: M Calcara, *F Quattrocchi
   0830h   SA31G-08 POSTER  Precursory Chemical Changes in 
                    Groundwater: Kobe Earthquake, Japan: *U  
                    Tsunogai, H  Wakita
   0830h   SA31G-09 POSTER  Water Level Responses to Earthquakes: 
                    M Delcourt-Honorez, B Ducarme
   0830h   SA31G-10 POSTER  Systematizing and Analysis of 
                    South-Eastern Canada Earthquake Sequences 
                    for Prognostic Purposes: *G V Doubrovina
   0830h   SA31G-11 POSTER  Theory and Practice of Stress 
                    Monitoring on the Basis of Seismic Velocity 
                    Variations: *I A Garagash, L B Slavina
   0830h   SA31G-12 POSTER  Probability Gain Associated With 
                    Foreshocks in Italy: R  Console, *F Di Luccio, 
                    M  Murru
   0830h   SA31G-13 POSTER  Monthly b-Value Monitoring of the 
                    Seismicity in the Northern Part of Lake 
                    Nasser, Egypt: *M  Ghaleb, S  Riad
   0830h   SA31G-14 POSTER  Interevent Time Statistics and Their 
                    Performance as a Prediction Tool for 
                    Moderate Earthquakes in Kanto, Central Japan: 
                    *M Imoto
   0830h   SA31G-15 POSTER  Static Stress Changes Associated 
                    With Seismo-volcanic Activity in and Around 
                    the Izu Peninsula, Central Japan: *M 
                    Hashimoto
   0830h   SA31G-16 POSTER  The Earthquakes and Fitted 
                    Deformation Tilt Planes by Means of Least 
                    Square Method in Limited Area: *B Dai, H Dua, 
                    Y Zhu
   0830h   SA31G-17 POSTER  Developments of Multi-component 
                    Borehole Instruments and Application for 
                    Earthquake Prediction Study: *H Ishii
   0830h   SA31G-18 POSTER  Application of M8 and Lin-Lin 
                    Algorithms to New Zealand Earthquake Data: L 
                    Ma, D Vere-Jones
   0830h   SA31G-19 POSTER  On the Statistical Theory of 
                    Interaction Among Seismic Events and Its 
                    Application to Earthquake Prediction: *A G 
                    Prozorov
   0830h   SA31G-20 POSTER  Rhythm and Synchronization of 
                    Regional Seismic Activities in and Around 
                    Japan: *T Tsukuda
   0830h   SA31G-21 POSTER  Statistical Prediction: Completeness 
                    Analysis of Earthquake Catalogues: *Y Chen, Q 
                    Chen, J Liu
   0830h   SA31G-22 POSTER  On Implementation and Features of 
                    the Expert System for Earthquake Short-Term 
                    Prediction ESESP: Y Zhu, G Zhang, R Xing, P 
                    Hao
   0830h   SA31G-23 POSTER  Analysis of Hongtong 1303 M8 
                    Earthquake Processes: *H Z Song
   0830h   SA31G-24 POSTER  Seismicity Patterns and Earthquake 
                    Prediction: The Time Has Come for Consistent 
                    Long-Term Data Sets!: *R E Habermann
   0830h   SA31G-25 POSTER  Long-Term Seismic Hazard in the 
                    Greater LA Region: A Fractal Distribution of 
                    Earthquake Rupture Size?: *S E Hough, J F 
                    Dolan
   0830h   SA31G-26 POSTER  The Parkfield Earthquake Prediction 
                    Experiment: An Alternative Analysis: *L E 
                    Slater
   0830h   SA31G-27 POSTER  The Relationship Between the Global 
                    Seismicity and the Moon's Position (the Test 
                    of Perre's Laws): V V Kuznetsov, S Y Khomutov
   0830h   SA31G-28 POSTER  Astronomical Characteristics of 
                    Major Earthquakes in China: *X M Li
   0830h   SA31G-29 POSTER  Elements for Middle-Long Term 
                    Earthquake Prediction in Southern Italy: *E 
                    Mantovani, D Albarello
   0830h   SA31G-30 POSTER  The Identification of Seismic 
                    Precursors: Casting and Using the Laws of 
                    the Game - The VAN Case: *F Mulargia, P 
                    Gasperini
   0830h   SA31G-31 POSTER  Mechanism Studies on the Local 
                    Gravity Changes Before and After the 
                    Tangshan Earthquake (M=7.8): *R Li, J L Huang, 
                    H Li
   0830h   SA31G-32 POSTER  The Seismic Activities Verifications 
                    on the Regular Global Shifting Pattern, Its 
                    Intervals, and the Theory of Crust Movement 
                    as Well as the Predictions on Big Earthquakes: 
                    H G Zhao, H Yu, H Kun
   0830h   SA31G-33 POSTER  The Determination of Correlation 
                    Between Parameters of Gravitation Potential 
                    Second Derivatives and Seismic Event 
                    Preparation: A G Gasanov, T S Tagiyev
   0830h   SA31G-34 POSTER  The Regularity of Appearing, 
                    Distribution, and Interaction of Strong 
                    Tien-Shan Earthquakes by Seismological and 
                    Geophysical Data: *Z A Kalmetieva, E V 
                    Musienko
   0830h   SA31G-35 POSTER  Maximum Earthquake Prediction 
                    Technology Based on Seismotectonic Data and 
                    Knowledge Processing: V Gitis, T Gergely
   0830h   SA31G-36 POSTER  READINESS - REAltime Data 
                    Information Network in Earth ScienceS: *C 
                    Milkereit, H Woith, J Zschau

SA31H  JILA:Auditorium  Wed  0930h
SW3  Acquisition and Processing of Deep Crustal Seismic Data
 (joint  with SEG)
Presiding: S B Smithson, Univ of Wyoming

   0930h   SA31H-01 Migration and Inversion of Crustal 
                    Wide-Angle Data: P J Hague, *S C Singh
   0945h   SA31H-02 Simultaneous Velocity and Interface 
                    Tomography of Wide-Angle Seismic Data: *M 
                    McCaughey, S C Singh
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA31H-03 New Polarization Analysis and Coherency 
                    Processing Techniques for Wide-Angle Seismic 
                    Data: *I B Morozov, S B Smithson
   1045h   SA31H-04 Time Field Method for Interpretation of 
                    Refracted Waves: *V N Pilipenko
   1100h   SA31H-05 Two-Dimensional Full-Waveform Inversion of 
                    Wide-Angle Seismic Data: G  Pratt, *M  Warner
   1115h   SA31H-06 Correlation Coefficient Filtering: 
                    Application to Enhancement of Ultradeep 
                    Reflections on INDEPTH Seismic Data Beneath 
                    the Himalaya: *D Alsdorf, L Brown
   1130h   SA31H-07 Pseudo-3D Processing of Crooked 2D Seismic 
                    Reflection Data: *J  Wu, B  Milkereit
   1145h   SA31H-08 Relating Local and Regional Structures to 
                    Assess Earthquake Hazard: Multi-scale 
                    Imaging of Active Geologic Structures: *T 
                    Pratt, J Odum, W Stephenson, R Williams

SA31I  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
SW3  Acquisition and Processing of Deep Crustal Seismic Data - 
Posters (joint  with SEG)
Presiding: S B Smithson, Univ of Wyoming

   0830h   SA31I-01 POSTER  Q: Inversion Method From DSS and 
                    Major Results in China: *Q Li
   0830h   SA31I-02 POSTER  Suppression of Long Period Water 
                    Bottom Multiples: Application to IAM Seismic 
                    Data: M Torne, I Pavlov, R Carbonell, E Banda, 
                    R Long, L M Victor, L Senos, J C Sibuet, A B 
                    Watts
   0830h   SA31I-03 POSTER  Signal Enhancement of Crustal 
                    Seismic Reflection Data Using Pattern 
                    Recognition Techniques: Results From the 
                    1991 Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville Seismic 
                    Reflection Experiment: *B  Roy, R F Mereu
   0830h   SA31I-04 POSTER  The Application of the Recursive 
                    Approaching Signal Filter (RASF) on Image 
                    and Signal Processing: *C Sun, C Kue, P D 
                    Rabinowitz
   0830h   SA31I-05 POSTER  Application of Adaptive Lattice 
                    Filtering in Sonic Well Log: *Z Zhou, T W 
                    Spencer
   0830h   SA31I-06 POSTER  Enhanced Structural and 
                    Stratigraphic Seismic Resolution in Younis 
                    Field - Gulf of Suez (G.O.S.) Egypt: *Y 
                    Abdel-Hady, W French, A Zakaria
   0830h   SA31I-07 POSTER  An Investigation of Some Multiple 
                    Suppression Techniques and Their Performance 
                    on Gulf of Suez Seismic Data: *Y E Abdel-Hady, 
                    M F El-Difrawy, D Yanchak, M Sadek Ali

SA32A  MUENZ:E 050  Wed  1330h
SJS2  Physical and Chemical Evolution of the Earth (joint 
 with V)
Presiding: M J Drake, Univ of Arizona; C Herzberg, Rutgers Univ

   1330h   SA32A-01 The Carbon Cycle in the Earth Through Time: 
                    *A  Jambon
   1350h   SA32A-02 Mantle Convection and Chemical Segregation: *U 
                    Walzer, R Hendel, H Schmeling
   1410h   SA32A-03 Melting Temperatures of Chondrites, 
                    Peridotites, and Perovskite: Implications 
                    for a Hadean Magma Ocean: *C B Agee
   1430h   SA32A-04 The Origin of Plate Tectonics: *T Gasparik
   1450h   Break
   1520h   SA32A-05 3-D Models of Elastic Moduli in the Mantle: 
                    W J Su, A M Dziewonski
   1540h   SA32A-06 Upper Mantle Oxidation and Evolution of 
                    Primary Metallic Phases: *A A Kadik
   1600h   SA32A-07 The Destinations of Subducted Crustal 
                    Materials and Their Implications for 
                    Evolution of the Core, Mantle, and Crust: *M F 
                    Osmaston
   1620h   Discussion

SA32B  CIRES:Auditorium  Wed  1330h
SJS3  Long-Term Seafloor Observations and Networks (joint 
 with G,GA,OS)
Presiding: K Suyehiro, Univ of Tokyo; L L Vanyan, 
           Shirshov Inst of Oceanology

   1330h   SA32B-01 Long-Term Ocean Borehole Observatories in 
                    Subduction Zone: *K  Suyehiro, T  Kanazawa, 
                    H  Fujimoto, I  Kawasaki, A  Hasegawa, Y  
                    Fukao
   1345h   SA32B-02 Heat Flow Measurements by Long-Term 
                    Monitoring of Temperature Beneath Sea Floor 
                    at Sagami Bay: *M Kinoshita, M Yamano
   1400h   SA32B-03 Simulation of Borehole Fluid Mixing Based on 
                    Geochemical Observations, DSDP Hole 504B: *A J 
                    Magenheim, J M Giekes
   1415h   SA32B-04 GEOSTAR, the GEophysical and Oceanographic 
                    STation for Abyssal Research: L Beranzoli, E 
                    Boschi, A De Santis, *P Favali, F Frugoni, F 
                    Quattrocchi, G Romeo, G Smriglio, M Berta, F 
                    Gasparoni
   1430h   SA32B-05 Cable-Based Ocean Transport Monitoring: *A H 
                    Flosadottir, J C Larsen, J T Smith
   1445h   SA32B-06 Motional Induction Effects on the 
                    Large-Scale Geoelectric Potential Measured 
                    With a Submarine Cable Between Hawaii and 
                    California: *I  Fujii, A D Chave, L J 
                    Lanzerotti
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA32B-07 INVITED  Submarine Cables: An Instrument for 
                    Studying the Magnetotelluric TM-Mode: *L L 
                    Vanyan, N A Palshin, V A Kuznetsov
   1545h   SA32B-08 International Project "MT-Sounding of the 
                    Lithosphere Beneath the Sea of Japan Using 
                    Submarine Cable": *L L Vanyan, V A Kuznetsov, 
                    N A Palshin, H  Utada
   1600h   SA32B-09 Technical and Theoretical Supply of the 
                    Magnetic ION: *S M Korotaev, S P Gaidash, V S 
                    Shneyer
   1615h   SA32B-10 Motionally Induced Electric Field at the 
                    Northern European Basin: Numerical 
                    Estimations of the Off-Shore and On-Shore 
                    Responses: *N A Palshin, L L Vanyan, P J 
                    Kaikkonen

SA32C  RAMAL:C 250  Wed  1330h
S2  Earthquake Prediction
Presiding: A Lindh, USGS

   1330h   SA32C-01 Complementing Vibroseis With Microearthquake 
                    Clusters for Monitoring Temporal Change at 
                    Parkfield, California: *R M Nadeau, E  
                    Karageorgi, T V McEvilly
   1343h   SA32C-02 Load-Unload Response Ratio (LURR) Theory - 
                    With Which the Northridge Earthquake Etc. 
                    Have Been Predicted Beforehand: *X C Yin, X Z 
                    Chen, Z P Song, C Yin, Y C Wang, K Aki, H 
                    Ouyang, A Jin
   1356h   SA32C-03 Precursory Patterns in Model Earthquake 
                    Catalogs: *M  Eneva, Y  Ben-Zion
   1409h   SA32C-04 Possibilities of Earthquake Prediction Using 
                    Dam Measuring Arrays: *A N Marchuk, S V 
                    Pomytkina
   1422h   SA32C-05 Use of High-Frequency Seismic Noise in 
                    Prediction of Strong Earthquakes: *V Saltykov, 
                    V Sinitsyn, V Chebrov
   1435h   SA32C-06 Changes in Material Properties Before Major 
                    Earthquakes: T Takanami, *I S Sacks
   1448h   SA32C-07 Remarks on the Procedure for the Evaluation 
                    of the Probability That Predictions 
                    Correlate by Chance With Earthquakes: *P 
                    Varotsos, K Eftaxias, M Lazaridou
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA32C-08 An Independent Check of VAN's Criteria for 
                    Signal Recognition: T Nagao, M Uyeshima, S 
                    Uyeda
   1543h   SA32C-09 Earthquake Kinematic Precursors and 
                    Stress-Strain Restoration in Time and Space: 
                    *L B Slavina, I A Garagash, V V Myachkin, G A 
                    Belyankin
   1556h   SA32C-10 On the Expert System for Medium-Term 
                    Prediction ESCEP and Its Development, 
                    Practical Application, and Effects: *Y Zhu
   1609h   SA32C-11 SEISMOLAP: A Quantification of Seismic 
                    Quiescence and Clustering: *J Zschau
   1622h   SA32C-12 Study of the Characteristics of Foreshock 
                    and Its Identification: *C Z Zhu, L Y Wand, 
                    R L Huang, S Y Wang
   1635h   SA32C-13 State Space Modeling to Detect Changes of 
                    Ground Water Level Associated With 
                    Earthquakes: *N  Matsumoto, G  Kitagawa, M  
                    Takahashi
   1648h   SA32C-14 Radon Anomalies and Earthquakes in the South 
                    Iceland Seismic Zone 1977-1993: S Jonsson, P 
                    Einarsson

SA32D  JILA:Auditorium  Wed  1330h
SW3  Acquisition and Processing of Deep Crustal Seismic Data
 (joint  with SEG)
Presiding: S B Smithson, Univ of Wyoming

   1330h   SA32D-01 Hybrid Source Seismic Reflection Profiling 
                    Across Yucca Mountain, Nevada: *T M Brocher, 
                    P E Hart, W C Hunter
   1345h   SA32D-02 Three-Dimensional Structure of the Crust and 
                    Mantle in Canada's Southeastern Cordillera: 
                    *M J Burianyk, E R Kanasewich
   1400h   SA32D-03 Seismic Images of the Grenville Front 
                    Tectonic Zone Under the Canadian Shield: 
                    Results From the 1992 Lithoprobe 
                    Abitibi-Grenville Seismic Refraction 
                    Experiment: *S  Winardhi, R F Mereu
   1415h   SA32D-04 True-Amplitude Processing Strategies for 
                    Crustal Seismic Reflection Data: An Example 
                    From Western Canada: *D W Eaton, J  Wu
   1430h   SA32D-05 A Crustal Seismic Study in West Antarctica: 
                    *T S Clarke, P D Burkholder, C R Bentley, S B 
                    Smithson
   1445h   SA32D-06 New Zero Offset and Far Offset VSP Results 
                    From the SG-4 Borehole, Middle Urals, Russia: 
                    *C  Juhlin, M  Bliznetsov, L  Pevzner
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA32D-07 Lateral Velocity Heterogeneities in the 
                    Betics: R Carbonell, M Torne, E Banda
   1545h   SA32D-08 Combined Normal Incidence and Wide Angle 
                    Deep Seismic Investigation of a 
                    Transpressional Fault Zone in Western 
                    Portugal: *J F B Fonseca, R E Long, E Banda, 
                    R Long, L Mendes-Victor, M Senos, J Sibuet, A 
                    Watts
   1600h   SA32D-09 Wide-Angle Multichannel Seismic Images in 
                    the Northern and Eastern Margins of the 
                    Iberian Peninsula: *J Gallart, N Vidal, G 
                    Fernandez-Viejo, J Diaz, J J Danobeitia
   1615h   SA32D-10 Variation of the Moho Depth in Gorringe Bank 
                    and Horsehoe Abyssal Plane: J Z Simoes, L 
                    Mendes-Victor, D Vales, L Senos
   1630h   SA32D-11 Evaluating Seismic Lithology Determination 
                    Methods in Nile Delta, Egypt: Y Abdel-Hady, H 
                    Nada
   1645h   SA32D-12 A Traverse of the Margin of the Ionian Basin 
                    to the Hellenides: Coincident Seismic and 
                    Earthquake Location Survey: M Sachpazi, A 
                    Hirn, M Loucoyannakis

SA41A  JILA:Aud  Thurs  0930h
SJS4  Modeling Earth's Structure and Dynamics (joint  with G,GA)
Presiding: I Jackson, Australian National Univ

   0930h   SA41A-01 Additional Evidence for a Lack of Phase 
                    Homogeneity in the Lower Mantle: O L Anderson, 
                    *K Masuda
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA41A-02 Anisotropy Driven Deformation: *S Crampin
   1100h   SA41A-03 Inner Core Anisotropy: Higher Order Effects: 
                    W J Su, A M Dziewonski, J Tromp
   1130h   SA41A-04 Absolute Pressure and Temperature 
                    Calibration to 6 GPa and 1700 K Using a Gas 
                    Piston Cylinder Apparatus: *I C Getting, P C 
                    Burnley

SA41B  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
SJS4  Modeling Earth's Structure and Dynamics - Posters (joint 
 with G,GA)
Presiding: J P Poirier, Univ of Paris

   0830h   SA41B-01 POSTER  Results of Quality Factor in Media 
                    in the Region of Mountain Framing of the 
                    Issik-kul Lake: *A G Frolova
   0830h   SA41B-02 POSTER  Paleogeographical Maps of the 
                    Expanding Pacific Region: *G Scalera
   0830h   SA41B-03 POSTER  Scaling and Hierarchies in Solids 
                    Fragmentation: Implications for Geodynamics: 
                    *C Suteanu, C Ioana, D Zugravescu, F Munteanu
   0830h   SA41B-04 POSTER  Fractal Analysis for Soil Patterns 
                    and for Cracks on Rock Surfaces and on the 
                    Earth Crust: *F Munteanu, D Zugravescu, C 
                    Suteanu, C Ioana
   0830h   SA41B-05 POSTER  A Mixed Up Mantle: The Effect of 
                    Thermodynamics, Chemical Changes, and Faults 
                    on Mixing in the Mantle: *J  Ita, S D King, 
                    S  Zhong, M  Gurnis
   0830h   SA41B-06 POSTER  The Spatial Temporal Model of the 
                    Plate Motion During Last 120 MA: *V P 
                    Golovkov, S V Yakovleva
   0830h   SA41B-07 POSTER  Spiral-Shape-Twisting Movements - 
                    Universal Mechanism of Geological 
                    Self-Organization: N N Sigachova, A L 
                    Sheinkman
   0830h   SA41B-08 POSTER  On the Nature of Anomalous Values of 
                    Electrical Conductivity in the Earth's 
                    Mantle and Core: *V A Alekseev
   0830h   SA41B-09 POSTER  Upper Mantle Multicomponent System 
                    Olivine-Clinopyroxene-Corundum-Coesite: 
                    Melting Equilibria and Magma Generation and 
                    Differentiation: *Y A Litvin
   0830h   SA41B-10 POSTER  Hydrous Modified Spinel as a New 
                    Water Reservoir in the Mantle Transition Zone: 
                    *T Inoue, H Yurimoto, Y Kudoh
   0830h   SA41B-11 POSTER  Anisotropy in Central Part of Inner 
                    Core: *X D Song
   0830h   SA41B-12 POSTER  Evolution of Seismic Anisotropy: *S 
                    Crampin
   0830h   SA41B-13 POSTER  Melting of Volatile-Bearing 
                    Peridotite Beneath the East African Rifts: 
                    Evidence From Seismic Tomography and 
                    Geochemistry: *Y Shen, P D Slack

SA41C  MUENZ:E050  Thurs  0930h
S3  Continental Evolution Revealed in Geophysical Transects
 (joint  with ILP)
Presiding: W D Mooney, USGS, Menlo Park; N I Pavlenkova, 
           Inst of Physics of the Earth

   0930h   SA41C-01 A Comprehensive Lithospheric Cross-Section: 
                    The European Geotraverse (EGT): *S Mueller
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA41C-02 The Los Angeles Region Seismic 
                    Experiment(LARSE): *G S Fuis, T M Brocher, 
                    R D Catchings, T Ryberg, D A Okaya, T L 
                    Henyey, R W Clayton, P M Davis, M L Benthien
   1045h   SA41C-03 Seismic Reflections From a Mantle Suture in 
                    the Superior Province: Evidence for Archaean 
                    Subduction: *A J Calvert, E W Sawyer, W J 
                    Davis, J N Ludden
   1100h   SA41C-04 Seismic Structure Along GGT/SVEKA: P  
                    Heikkinen, *U  Luosto, J  Malaska, J Yliniemi, 
                    K Komminaho
   1120h   SA41C-05 Geometries of Paleoproterozoic to Recent 
                    Arc-Continent Collision Zones From Seismic 
                    Reflection Profiles: *D B Snyder, S B Lucas
   1140h   SA41C-06 Body Wave Velocities and Composition of the 
                    Lower Crust: *A V Egorkin

SA41D  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
S3  Continental Evolution Revealed in Geophysical Transects - 
Posters (joint  with ILP)
Presiding: W D Mooney, USGS, Menlo Park; N I Pavlenkova, 
           Inst of Physics of the Earth

   0830h   SA41D-01 POSTER  Inferred Crustal Structure in Kuwait 
                    Based on Gravity Anomalies and Seismic Lines: 
                    *F Bou-Rabee, M D Kleinkopf
   0830h   SA41D-02 POSTER  A New Model for the Parkfield 
                    Segment of the San Andreas Fault Zone: *A 
                    Javaherian
   0830h   SA41D-03 POSTER  The Features of Crust-Mantle 
                    Translation Zone in Yan-Huai Basin, China, 
                    Investigated Simultaneously by Seismic 
                    Reflection and Refraction Data: *Q Li, J 
                    Cheng
   0830h   SA41D-04 POSTER  Crustal Evolution of Bay of Bengal 
                    Since the Cretaceous: *D G Rao, K S Krishna, 
                    D Sar
   0830h   SA41D-05 POSTER  Digitization and Standardization of 
                    GGT Maps and Inquiring System of GGT 
                    Information: *X Liu
   0830h   SA41D-06 POSTER  Numerical Modelling of Crustal 
                    Deformation of the Eastern Australian 
                    Passive Margin: *Y Zhang, E Scheibner, A Ord, 
                    B E Hobbs
   0830h   SA41D-07 POSTER  A North West Southeast Geoscience 
                    Transect Profile in Iraq: S A Alsinawi, A M H 
                    Al-Rahim, T S Al-din
   0830h   SA41D-08 POSTER  Deep Structure Beneath the Northern 
                    Apennines (Italy) From Passive Seismological 
                    Studies: *A  Amato, R  Azzara, C  Chiarabba, 
                    G B Cimini, M Di Bona, L  Margheriti, C  
                    Nostro, G  Selvaggi
   0830h   SA41D-09 POSTER  Crustal and Upper Mantle Structure 
                    of the Southern Kenya Rift Valley Derived 
                    From the Krisp 94 Seismic Refraction Project 
                    and Gravity Measurements: *C S Birt,  
                    KRISP Working Group
   0830h   SA41D-10 POSTER  Seismic Images of Archean Crustal 
                    Structure: The Minnesota River Valley 
                    Subprovince: *N K Boyd, W P Clement, S B 
                    Smithson
   0830h   SA41D-11 POSTER  ACCRETE - A Comprehensive Seismic 
                    Study of an Accretionary Continental Margin: 
                    *W P Clement, I B Morozov, J B Diebold, S B 
                    Smithson, L S Hollister, M L Crawford
   0830h   SA41D-12 POSTER  Seismicity and Lithospheric 
                    Structure in the Terra Nova Bay Area (Ross 
                    Sea, Antarctica): *M Di Bona, A  Amato, R  
                    Azzara, G B Cimini, S  Pondrelli, M  Cerrone, 
                    M  Chiappini
   0830h   SA41D-13 POSTER  Deep Crustal Structure in Madagascar 
                    From Inversion of Gravity Transverses and 
                    Study of Seismic Anisotropy: J P Fourno, J 
                    Roussel
   0830h   SA41D-14 POSTER  ACCRETE Seismic Refraction Profile 
                    Across the Coast Orogen of Northwest British 
                    Columbia and Southeast Alaska: *P T C Hammer, 
                    R M Ellis, R M Clowes
   0830h   SA41D-15 POSTER  A New Look at the the Lithosphere of 
                    East Africa Based on Results of KRISP: *G R 
                    Keller, C Prodehl, M A Khan
   0830h   SA41D-16 POSTER  The Evolution of the Continental 
                    Platform Plates and Their Boundaries at the 
                    Territory of Russia: *S L Kostiuchenko, A V 
                    Egorkin, E E Zolotov, L N Solodilov
   0830h   SA41D-17 POSTER  A Digital Canary-Bahamas Geotransect 
                    as Representative Swath Section of Slow 
                    Spreading Oceanic Crust: *S P Maschenkov, E G 
                    Astafurova, E V Bocharova, S V Stepanov, A V 
                    Zayonchek
   0830h   SA41D-18 POSTER  Thermal State of the Continental 
                    Crust: *S Y Milanovsky
   0830h   SA41D-19 POSTER  Probing the Three-Dimensional Nature 
                    of the Sudbury Structure: B  Milkereit, *J  
                    Wu, D  Boerner
   0830h   SA41D-20 POSTER  Block Structure of the Uppermost 
                    Mantle From Long-Range Profiles in Russia: 
                    *G A Pavlenkova, L N Solodilov
   0830h   SA41D-21 POSTER  Tomographic Inversion for 
                    Two-Dimensional Crustal and Upper Mantle 
                    Structure Along the 'Quartz' Profile, Russia: 
                    *W  Schueller, E A Morozova, I B Morozova, 
                    S B Smithson
   0830h   SA41D-22 POSTER  Kinematics-Uplift Model of 
                    Tectonothermal Evolution of the Tibetan 
                    Plateau Based on the Yadong to Golmud GGT: 
                    *X J Shen
   0830h   SA41D-23 POSTER  DeLong Islands - Makarov Basin 
                    Geotransect: Preliminary Mapping and 
                    Interpretation Results: *M Y Sorokin, Y Y 
                    Zamansky, A A Kartelev, A M Popkov, V Y 
                    Glebovsky, S P Maschenkov, A V Bulatkin
   0830h   SA41D-24 POSTER  Geotransect Across Northwest 
                    Himalaya: Crustal Evolution of a 
                    Continent-Continent Collision Mountain Belt: 
                    *V C Thakur, P Banerjee, B S Rawat
   0830h   SA41D-25 POSTER  Pseudo-plates and the Evolution of 
                    the Western North American Margin: *K P 
                    Furlong, K M M Rohr
   0830h   SA41D-26 POSTER  Lithospheric Structure of the Baltic 
                    Shield Based on Combined Interpretation of 
                    Seismic Refraction, Gravity, and Magnetic 
                    Data: H Henkel, *C E Lund
   0830h   SA41D-27 POSTER  Aegean Active Extension: Crustal 
                    Deformation From a Traverse of Coincident 
                    Vertical and Wide Angle Reflection: A Hirn, M 
                    Sachpazi, A Nercessian, M Loucoyannakis
   0830h   SA41D-28 POSTER  Electromagnetic Images of Crustal 
                    Structures in Southern and Central Canadian 
                    Cordillera: *A G Jones, D I Gough
   0830h   SA41D-29 POSTER  Svecofennian Orogeny: Structure and 
                    Evolution of the Crust in Central 
                    Fennoscandian Shield: *T  Korja, K  Korsman
   0830h   SA41D-30 POSTER  Crust and Mantle Structure in 
                    Southeastern Tibet From Analysis of 
                    INDEPTH-II Broadband Data: *C  Reese, E  
                    Sandvol, J  Ni, J  Nabelek
   0830h   SA41D-31 POSTER  Heat Flow in Deep Depressions With 
                    `Granite-Free' Crust: Geotectonic and 
                    Fluidodynamic Aspects: *L A Tsibulya
   0830h   SA41D-32 POSTER  Heat Flow Distribution and 
                    Geothermal Structure in the GGT Profile From 
                    Manzhouli to Suifenhe, Northeastern Part of 
                    China: J Xu, E Sachio, X H Ping
   0830h   SA41D-33 POSTER  Tectonic Characteristic of Southeast 
                    China: *X R Kong, L Zhang, G Zhang, X B Ma
   0830h   SA41D-34 POSTER  The Volume Geophysical Model for the 
                    Lithosphere of Eastern Kamchatka: *L I 
                    Gontovaya, Y F Moroz
   0830h   SA41D-35 POSTER  Crustal and Uppermost Mantle 
                    Structure Beneath the Southern Baikal Rift 
                    Zone From Portable Array Data: *L Delitsin, 
                    R P Meyer, P D Burkholder
   0830h   SA41D-36 POSTER  A Teleseismic Tomography Image of 
                    the Crust and Upper Mantle Beneath the 
                    Southern Baikal Rift Zone: *P D Burkholder, 
                    R P Meyer, L L Deltisin, P Davis, Y A Zorin
   0830h   SA41D-37 POSTER  Deep Gravity and Seismic Refraction 
                    of Southern Nigeria: *M I Ngwueke
   0830h   SA41D-38 POSTER  Digitization of GGT From Altay to 
                    Taiwan and Its Preliminary Interpretation: 
                    *X C Yuan, H Fang, X Zhao

SA41E  RAMAL:C250  Thurs  0830h
SW4  Reliability of Earthquake Precursors and Prediction
Presiding: V Gaur, Univ of Bangalore; M Wyss, 
           Univ of Alaska, Fairbanks

   0830h   SA41E-01 Tests of Case Histories and Prediction 
                    Methods: *D A Rhoades
   0850h   Discussion
   0855h   SA41E-02 Positive Aspects of Precursory Seismic 
                    Quiescence: *M Wyss
   0913h   SA41E-03 Seismicity Variations as Earthquake 
                    Precursors: *D D Jackson
   0931h   Discussion
   0941h   SA41E-04 The M8 Earthquake Prediction Algorithm: Ten 
                    Years of Application and Testing: *V G 
                    Kossobokov, V I Keilis-Borok, J H Healy, J W 
                    Dewey
   0959h   SA41E-05 Performance of the M8 Intermediate-Term 
                    Earthquake Prediction Algorithm, Assessed 
                    From Bootstrap Estimates: J B H Minster, N P 
                    Williams
   1017h   Discussion
   1027h   Break
   1040h   SA41E-06 Success of Predicting a Large Aftershock of 
                    1995 Southern Hyogo Earthquake in Japan by 
                    Real-Time Data: *R S Matsu'ura, N  Hirata, T  
                    Urabe
   1055h   SA41E-07 Precursory Seismic Quiescence in Aftershock 
                    Sequences: Not a Global Success?: *F H 
                    Creamer, R E Habermann
   1110h   Discussion
   1120h   SA41E-08 Monitoring Changes of Stress Before 
                    Earthquakes: *S Crampin
   1135h   SA41E-09 A Critique of Earthquake Precursor 
                    Shear-Wave Splitting Studies to Date: *R  
                    Aster
   1150h   Discussion

SA41F  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
SW4  Reliability of Earthquake Precursors and Prediction - 
Posters
Presiding: M Wyss, Univ of Alaska, Fairbanks

   0830h   SA41F-01 POSTER  In Search of Potential Earthquake 
                    Source Regions in Mainland China in Light of 
                    Ambient Shear Stress Field: P Chen, T Bai, L 
                    Xiao
   0830h   SA41F-02 POSTER  A System for Comprehensive Analysis 
                    of Earthquake Precursors: V Gitis, E Jurkov, 
                    B Osher, S Pirogov, A Ponomarev, G Sobolev
   0830h   SA41F-03 POSTER  An Infrared Anomaly as Real 
                    Indicator of the Earthquake Preparation 
                    Preliminary Processes: *B W Levin, E A 
                    Motovilov, V I Sheinin
   0830h   SA41F-04 POSTER  A Model of Intensity of Interacting 
                    Point Processes for Seismic Regimes Mutual 
                    Influence Investigation: *A A Lyubushin, V F 
                    Pisarenko
   0830h   SA41F-05 POSTER  Tertiary Creep in the Focal Volume 
                    as a Physical Basis for Short/Immediate-Term 
                    Earthquake Prediction Methodology: *V A 
                    Morgounov
   0830h   SA41F-06 POSTER  Multiplets in Global Seismicity: *N 
                    Nomanbhov, L Ruff
   0830h   SA41F-07 POSTER  Long Term Earthquake Prediction in 
                    the Alpine-Himalayan Belt: *B C Papazachos, 
                    G F Karakaisis, E E Papadimitriou
   0830h   SA41F-08 POSTER  Variation of Seismicity Parameters 
                    During a Single Seismic Cycle: B C Papazachos, 
                    G F Karakaisis, *P M Hatzidimitriou
   0830h   SA41F-09 POSTER  The Geodetic Prediction of Strong 
                    Earthquakes: *A K Pevnev
   0830h   SA41F-10 POSTER  Patterns of Distributions of 
                    Disasters and New Approach to Evaluation of 
                    Probability of Strong Events: V F Pisarenko, 
                    M V Rodkin
   0830h   SA41F-11 POSTER  Interaction of the Active Faults in 
                    the Process of Seismicity: D V Rundcvist, *I M 
                    Rotwain
   0830h   SA41F-12 POSTER  Changes in Georesistivity During and 
                    Prior to the Tangshan Earthquake of 1976: *F 
                    Qian, Y Zhao
   0830h   SA41F-13 POSTER  A Multidisciplinary Mathematical 
                    Model of Integral Precursor and Its 
                    Estimation by the Vibroseismic Monitoring of 
                    Seismic Prone Zones: *A S Alekseev
   0830h   SA41F-14 POSTER  The Seismic Process Preliminary 
                    Stages Monitoring Based on Infrared 
                    Radiometry Within Rock Massif: *B W Levin, 
                    E A Motovilov, V I Sheinin
   0830h   SA41F-15 POSTER  False Alarm and Miss the Target for 
                    Short-Term Earthquake Prediction: *V A 
                    Morgounov
   0830h   SA41F-16 POSTER  Fractal Clustering of Earthquakes: 
                    Mathematical Fractal or Physical Fractal?: Z 
                    Liu, *C Yong, C Qifu
   0830h   SA41F-17 POSTER  Short-Term and Impending Earthquake 
                    Prediction for 5 Years: *Z Qiang, D Changgong
   0830h   SA41F-18 POSTER  The Characteristics of the Satellite 
                    Thermal Infrared Temperature Increase 
                    Precursors of Earthquake in Advance and 
                    Short-Term: *Z Qiang, D Changgong
   0830h   SA41F-19 POSTER  Application of Astronomic 
                    Time-Latitude Residuals to Earthquake 
                    Prediction: *H Hu
   0830h   SA41F-20 POSTER  Advantage Periods of Seismic 
                    Activity Strengthening a Base of Ionospheric 
                    Data: *V M Krasnov, O E Rjaskov, N M Salykhov, 
                    V A Filippov, L V Chepurchenko
   0830h   SA41F-21 POSTER  Mathematical Simulation of 
                    Geotemperature and Thermal Stress Field in 
                    Eastern End of Tethys-Himalayan Orogenic Belt: 
                    *Q Xu
   0830h   SA41F-22 POSTER  Two Types of Earthquakes Precursors: 
                    *M V Rodkin
   0830h   SA41F-23 POSTER  Crust Structure and Strong 
                    Earthquakes in Beijing, Tinjing, and 
                    Tangshan Area: R Sun, F Lui
   0830h   SA41F-24 POSTER  Multifractal Analysis of 
                    Spatial-Temporal Distribution of Continental 
                    Earthquakes: *L Wang, C Zhu, R Huang
   0830h   SA41F-25 POSTER  Study on the Entropy and the 
                    Multifractal of Earthquake Sequences: *L Wang, 
                    X Shu
   0830h   SA41F-26 POSTER  Source Depth of Earthquake Swarm and 
                    Recognition of Precursory Earthquake: *G Zhao, 
                    M Shuqin, W Dahong
   0830h   SA41F-27 POSTER  The Search for Ionospheric 
                    Precursors for Caucete Earthquake 23.11.1977: 
                    S A Pulinets,  Ponti, V H Rios
   0830h   SA41F-28 POSTER  Seismotectonic and Precursor Studies 
                    at a Plate Boundary Zone - Northeast India: 
                    *J R Kayal

SA41G  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
SW6  Earthquake Warning Systems: Progress and Results - Posters
Presiding: W H K Lee, USGS, Menlo Park; T C Shin, 
           Central Weather Bureau

   0830h   SA41G-01 POSTER  Mexico City Early Warning Seismic 
                    Alert System: *J M Espinosa Aranda, A  
                    Jimenez, O  Contreras, G  Ibarrola, F  
                    Alcantar, A  Aguilar, M  Inostroza, S  
                    Maldonado
   0830h   SA41G-02 POSTER  Design and Implementation of 
                    Earthquake Warning System in Taiwan: *W H K 
                    Lee, T C Shin, T L Teng
   0830h   SA41G-03 POSTER  A Prototype Earthquake Warning 
                    System in Taiwan: Operation and Results: *J K 
                    Chung, W H K Lee, T C Shin
   0830h   SA41G-04 POSTER  UrEDAS and HERAS: *Y Nakamura
   0830h   SA41G-05 POSTER  The Rapid Earthquake Data 
                    Integration System: *L S Gee, D S Neuhauser, 
                    D S Dreger, M E Pasyanos, R A Uhrhammer, B 
                    Romanowicz
   0830h   SA41G-06 POSTER  Determination of Earthquake Size by 
                    an Early Warning Expert System: *M Hardt, F 
                    Scherbaum
   0830h   SA41G-07 POSTER  A Combined Use of Regional and 
                    Broadband Networks for Quick Assessment of 
                    Large Earthquakes: *M  Kikuchi, H  Kanamori
   0830h   SA41G-08 POSTER  The Potential Application of the 
                    Methods of the Short-Term Precursor 
                    Determination for the Great Earthquake 
                    Warning System: B W Levin, *E V Sasorova
   0830h   SA41G-09 POSTER  Real Time Warning System for 
                    Immediate Timescale Earthquake Prediction: 
                    *V A Morgounov
   0830h   SA41G-10 POSTER  A Combined Near Real-Time Event 
                    Analysis and GIS to Aid Emergency Response 
                    After a Seismic Event: D H Salzberg, D W 
                    Rivers, L T Grant, I N Gupta, W W Chan
   0830h   SA41G-11 POSTER  A Reliable Early-Warning System for 
                    Mexico City: *C Lomnitz
   0830h   SA41G-12 POSTER  The Next Generation Seismic Network 
                    Project in Southern California: *D  Given

SA42A  JILA:Auditorium  Thurs  1330h
SJS4  Modeling Earth's Structure and Dynamics (joint  with G,GA)
Presiding: A Duba, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

   1330h   SA42A-01 Laboratory Simulation of Lower Crustal 
                    Conditions With Natural Rock Samples: *H J 
                    Mueller, S  Raab
   1400h   SA42A-02 Properties of the Adiabatically Decompressed 
                    Lower Mantle: A Reappraisal: *I Jackson, S 
                    Rigden
   1430h   SA42A-03 In Situ Transport Measurements in High 
                    Pressure Phases: A Quantitative Explanation 
                    for Electrical Conductivity in the 
                    Transition Zone: *D L Farber, Q Williams, F J 
                    Ryerson
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA42A-04 Modelling of the Velocity Abnormalities 
                    Caused by Subducting Slab and Its Implication: 
                    S X Zang, J Ning
   1600h   SA42A-05 Asymptotically Average Model of Media With 
                    Structure: *V A Vakhnenko, V A Danylenko
   1630h   SA42A-06 Nature of the Long-Range S-Wave Velocity 
                    Variations in the Upper Mantle of Europe: *S V 
                    Sobolev

SA42B  MUENZ:E050  Thurs  1330h
S3  Continental Evolution Revealed in Geophysical Transects
 (joint  with ILP)
Presiding: S Mueller, ETH-Geophysics; R Clowes, 
           Univ of British Columbia

   1330h   SA42B-01 Lithospheric Structure From Teleseismic P to 
                    S Conversions at Small Arrays, Southern 
                    Sierra Nevada, California: *C H Jones, R A 
                    Phinney, C B Parker
   1350h   SA42B-02 Lower Crustal and Lithospheric Signatures of 
                    the Trans-Hudson Orogen Transect in Northern 
                    Saskatchewan and Manitoba: *Z  Hajnal, B  
                    Nemeth
   1410h   SA42B-03 The Global Continental Crust: *W D Mooney, 
                    N I Christensen
   1430h   SA42B-04 Lithospheric Structure in the S. Canadian 
                    Cordillera From a Network of Seismic 
                    Refraction Profiles: *R M Clowes, J R Amor, 
                    C A Zelt, R M Ellis
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA42B-05 Revealing of Evolution Details of Some 
                    Tectonic Units in Russia With 
                    Gravity-Seismic-Local Isostasy Modeling: *T V 
                    Romanyuk
   1545h   SA42B-06 A Reflection and Refraction Seismic Transect 
                    Across the Kodiak Margin, Alaska: *R 
                    von Huene, E Flueh,  Kodiakesis Working Group
   1605h   SA42B-07 Lithoprobe Alberta Basement Transect: New 
                    Perspectives on Crustal Evolution in Western 
                    Canada: *D W Eaton, G M Ross, D E Boerner
   1625h   SA42B-08 Evolution of Eastern Chinese Continental 
                    Lithosphere: *G Liu
   1645h   SA42B-09 Continental Extension and Tertiary Opening 
                    of the North Atlantic: Multi-disciplinary 
                    Investigations of the East Margin of 
                    Greenland: H C Larsen, C K Brooks, T  
                    Dahl-Jensen, *J R Hopper, T F Nielsen, A K 
                    Pedersen

SA42C  DUANE:G020  Thurs  1330h
SW6  Earthquake Warning Systems: Progress and Results
Presiding: W H K Lee, USGS, Menlo Park; T C Shin, 
           Central Weather Bureau

   1330h   INTRODUCTION: W H K Lee,USGS, Menlo Park
   1340h   SA42C-01 Mexico City Early Warning Seismic Alert 
                    System: *J M Espinosa Aranda, A  Jimenez, O  
                    Contreras, G  Ibarrola, F  Alcantar, A  
                    Aguilar, M  Inostroza, S  Maldonado
   1400h   SA42C-02 Design and Implementation of Earthquake 
                    Warning System in Taiwan: *W H K Lee, T C 
                    Shin, T L Teng
   1420h   SA42C-03 A Prototype Earthquake Warning System in 
                    Taiwan: Operation and Results: *J K Chung, 
                    W H K Lee, T C Shin
   1440h   SA42C-04 UrEDAS and HERAS: *Y Nakamura
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA42C-05 The Rapid Earthquake Data Integration System: 
                    *L S Gee, D S Neuhauser, D S Dreger, M E 
                    Pasyanos, R A Uhrhammer, B Romanowicz
   1545h   SA42C-06 Determination of Earthquake Size by an Early 
                    Warning Expert System: *M Hardt, F Scherbaum
   1600h   SA42C-07 A Combined Use of Regional and Broadband 
                    Networks for Quick Assessment of Large 
                    Earthquakes: *M  Kikuchi, H  Kanamori
   1615h   SA42C-08 The Potential Application of the Methods of 
                    the Short-Term Precursor Determination for 
                    the Great Earthquake Warning System: B W 
                    Levin, *E V Sasorova
   1630h   SA42C-09 Real Time Warning System for Immediate 
                    Timescale Earthquake Prediction: *V A 
                    Morgounov
   1645h   SA42C-10 A Combined Near Real-Time Event Analysis and 
                    GIS to Aid Emergency Response After a 
                    Seismic Event: D H Salzberg, D W Rivers, L T 
                    Grant, I N Gupta, W W Chan
   1700h   SA42C-11 A Reliable Early-Warning System for Mexico 
                    City: *C Lomnitz
   1715h   SA42C-12 The Next Generation Seismic Network Project 
                    in Southern California: *D  Given

SA42D  RAMAL:C250  Thurs  1315h
SW4  Reliability of Earthquake Precursors and Prediction
Presiding: V Gaur, Univ of Bangalore; M Wyss, 
           Univ of Alaska, Fairbanks

   1315h   SA42D-01 Earthquake Prediction and Precursor: 
                    Advocate of Crustal Deformation: *Y Fujii
   1330h   SA42D-02 Precursory Crustal Deformation: A Skeptical 
                    View: *D C Agnew
   1345h   Discussion
   1355h   SA42D-03 Ground Water Monitoring System for 
                    Earthquake Prediction by Geological Survey 
                    of Japan: *M  Takahashi, N  Matsumoto
   1410h   SA42D-04 Hydrologic Precursors: Clues and Obstacles: 
                    *E A Roeloffs
   1425h   Discussion
   1435h   SA42D-05 Groundwater Chemistry and Temperature Do 
                    Change Prior to Earthquakes: *H  Wakita
   1450h   SA42D-06 Do Ground Water Chemistry and Temperature 
                    Change Prior to Earthquakes?: *H  Woith, M  
                    Westerhaus
   1505h   Discussion
   1515h   Break
   1525h   SA42D-07 Electromagnetic Phenomena Prior to 
                    Earthquakes: A Review: *A Sidorin
   1540h   SA42D-08 Electromagnetic Precursors, From DC to 
                    Radio: Lessons From a Few Reported 
                    Observations: *P  Bernard
   1555h   Discussion
   1605h   SA42D-09 Temporal Variations of Coda Parameters: 
                    Artifacts, Reliable Precursors, or Something 
                    in Between?: *A A Gusev
   1620h   SA42D-10 The Search for Temporal Variations of 
                    Attenuation and Velocity Within the Crust 
                    Using Earthquake Doublets: *G  Poupinet, O  
                    Coutant
   1635h   Discussion
   1645h   SA42D-11 Study on Foreshock Sequences in China: G 
                    Zhang, C Yong
   1700h   SA42D-12 Testing for Foreshocks: *C Lomnitz

SA51A  MUENZ:E050  Fri  0830h
SJS5 Core-Mantle Boundary Region (joint  with G,GA,SEDI)
Presiding: K A Whaler, Univ of Leeds

   0830h   SA51A-01 Core-Mantle Boundaries in the Terrestrial 
                    Planets: *D J Stevenson
   0850h   SA51A-02 Shear Wave Velocity Anomalies in D": X F Liu, 
                    *A M Dziewonski
   0910h   SA51A-03 Using IRIS PASSCAL Broadband Data to Model 
                    CMB Structure: M E Wysession, K Koper, R 
                    Valenzuela, B Hicks
   0930h   SA51A-04 A Very Slow Basal Layer Underlying 
                    Large-Scale Low-Velocity Anomalies in the 
                    Lower Mantle: *E J Garnero, D V Helmberger, 
                    S P Grand
   1010h   Break
   1030h   SA51A-05 First-Principles Studies of Iron in Mantle 
                    Minerals at Lower-most Mantle Conditions: *R E 
                    Cohen, D Isaak
   1050h   SA51A-06 High-Pressure Study of Fe0 - A Common 
                    Component in the Core and Mantle: *H Mao, Y 
                    Fei, J Shu, J Hu, R J Hemley
   1110h   SA51A-07 FeO: Implications for the Core-Mantle 
                    Boundary of High-Pressure Atomic-Scale 
                    Phenomena: *R  Jeanloz, X  Li, R D Taylor, 
                    M P Pasternak, C  McCammon
   1120h   SA51A-08 Dynamics of the Core-Mantle Boundary and 
                    Mantle Convection: *L H Kellogg
   1140h   SA51A-09 What Can Geodesy Tell Us About the Structure 
                    of the Core-Mantle-Boundary?: *J  Wahr, X  Wu

SA51B  EC:Arena  Fri  0830h
SJS5  Core-Mantle Boundary Region - Posters (joint  with G,GA,SEDI)
Presiding: R Jeanloz, Univ of California, Berkeley

   0830h   SA51B-01 POSTER  D" Below the Caribbean: Thermal 
                    Boundary-Layer Evidence?: *J M Kendall
   0830h   SA51B-02 POSTER  Heat Outflow From the Center of the 
                    Earth: *J N Nanda
   0830h   SA51B-03 POSTER  An Hypothesis for a Fully Reversing 
                    Geomagnetic Field Generated by 
                    Thermoelectric Current Across the CMB: *M F 
                    Osmaston
   0830h   SA51B-04 POSTER  Core-Mantle Transition Zone 
                    Structure From Global Travel Times: *A 
                    Rodgers, E R Engdahl
   0830h   SA51B-05 POSTER  Mantle Convection Style With 
                    Gravitative Differentiation in Core-Mantle 
                    Boundary: Role of Viscous Heating: *G  
                    Nauheimer, A S Fradkov, H J Neugebauer

SA51C  JILA:Auditorium  Fri  0830h
SJS6  Rock Properties Related to Environmental Concerns (joint 
 with H,SEG)
Presiding: S Ingebritsen, USGS, Menlo Park; G A Sobolev, 
           Russian Academy of Sciences

   0830h   SA51C-01 INVITED  The Role of Temperature 
                    Measurements in Tracking Fluid Flow in Rocks: 
                    *J H Sass, J B Czarnecki
   0900h   SA51C-02 Implications of Seismically Induced 
                    Permeability Change for Performance 
                    Assessment at Yucca Mountain, Nevada: *T P 
                    Brown, L L Lehman
   0915h   SA51C-03 Poroelastic Aquifer Parameters Deduced From 
                    Well Responses to Earth Tides and 
                    Atmospheric Pressure: M Delcourt-Honorez, B 
                    Ducarme
   0930h   SA51C-04 Geohydrological Models and Earthquake 
                    Effects at Yucca Mountain, Nevada: *C B 
                    Archambeau, J B Davies
   0945h   SA51C-05 Permeability Changes Induced by the 1989 
                    Loma Prieta Earthquake: Physical Mechanisms 
                    and Implications for Waste Containment in 
                    Tectonically Active Areas: *S  Hickman, S  
                    Rojstaczer
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA51C-06 INVITED  Investigations of Geological Medium 
                    State When Emplacing Liquid and Solid 
                    Radwaste in Earth Crust: *V V Lopatin, E N 
                    Kamnev, A I Rybalchenko, T A Goupalo
   1100h   SA51C-07 Natural and Artificial Ground Radioactivity: 
                    Mapping by Airborne Gamma Spectrometry: G 
                    Schwarz, *L Rybach
   1115h   SA51C-08 Kinetics of Change in Physical and 
                    Mechanical Properties of Rocks While 
                    Disposing of High-Level Radioactive Wastes 
                    and Spent Nuclear Fuel in Rock Massifs: *V N 
                    Morozov, V N Tatarinov
   1130h   SA51C-09 Geophysical Monitoring of Clay-Organic 
                    Reactions: *G R Olhoeft
   1145h   SA51C-10 Stiffness and Strength Properties of Natural 
                    Fractures for the Yucca Mountain Site 
                    Characterization Project: W A Olsson, S R 
                    Brown, *R H Price

SA51D  EC:Arena  Fri  0830h
SJS6  Rock Properties Related to Environmental Concerns - Posters
 (joint  with H,SEG)
Presiding: G A Sobolev, Russian Academy of Sciences

   0830h   SA51D-01 POSTER  Stress-Induced Changes of 
                    Fluid-Saturated Rocks Permeability: *I M 
                    Artemieva
   0830h   SA51D-02 POSTER  GIS Technology in the Studies of 
                    Electrical Signals Caused by Changes of 
                    Stress in a Large Rock Sample: *A V Eliutin, 
                    J L Le Mouel, P Morat, S Pride
   0830h   SA51D-03 POSTER  Results of Investigations on Thermal 
                    and Physical Properties of Rock Massif 
                    Supposed for High-Level Solidified Waste 
                    Disposal: *T A Goupalo
   0830h   SA51D-04 POSTER  Rock Properties and Environmental 
                    Protection in Extracting and Processing 
                    Uranium Ores: *E Kotenko
   0830h   SA51D-05 POSTER  Prognosis of Stability of Crustal 
                    Geoblocks and Estimating of the Stress State 
                    of Rocks in the NPP Areas and During 
                    Drilling Ultradeep Boreholes (UDB): *T S 
                    Lebedev, V A Korchin, P A Burtny
   0830h   SA51D-06 POSTER  Monitoring Induced Seismicity of the 
                    Underground Waste Storage Site and 
                    Evaluation of Rock Massif Fracturing: *V A 
                    Mansurov
   0830h   SA51D-07 POSTER  On Nature of Precursory Clustering 
                    Inferred From the Model of Seismic Clusters: 
                    *V Vasiliev, G Sobolev
   0830h   SA51D-08 POSTER  High Level Wastes Disposal in Kola 
                    Peninsula Geological Formation: Thermal and 
                    Radiational Effect on Host Rock: *N N 
                    Melnikov, V A Naumov, P V Amosov, S A Gusak, 
                    S P Ostapenko
   0830h   SA51D-09 POSTER  Geomechanical Aspects of 
                    Preservation of Geological Medium During 
                    Mineral Resources Mining and Underground 
                    Construction: *N N Melnikov, A A Kozyrev, V I 
                    Panin
   0830h   SA51D-10 POSTER  Structural Nonlinearity of Rocks: L A 
                    Ostrovsky, I Y Belyaeva, A M Sutin, V Y 
                    Zaitsev
   0830h   SA51D-11 POSTER  Monitoring of Nuclear and Toxic 
                    Waste Sites With Chemistry and 
                    Electromagnetic Soundings: *C  Tarits, M L 
                    Guillermic, S  Hautot, P  Thonon, P  Tarits

SA51E  SRC:Room 3  Fri  0830h
S4  Origin and Evolution of Sedimentary Basins (joint  with ILP,SEG)
Presiding: R G Allis, Inst Geol and Nuclear Sciences; P A 
           Armstrong, Univ of Utah

   0830h   SA51E-01 Use of Bottom-Hole Temperatures and 
                    Drillstem-Test Temperatures for Basin 
                    Analysis: *A Forster, D F Merriam, J C Davis
   0848h   SA51E-02 Thermal State of the Taranaki Sedimentary 
                    Basin: Beyond Surface Heat Flow: *P A 
                    Armstrong, C S David, R G Allis, R H Funnell
   0906h   SA51E-03 Anomalous Heat Flow in the 
                    Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin Detected by Apatite 
                    Fission Track Thermochronology - Thermal 
                    Signature for Hydrocarbon Migration?: *D R 
                    Issler
   0924h   SA51E-04 Quasi-2-dimensional Thermal Convection in 
                    the Thin Permeable Layers, Diffusion, and 
                    Petroleum Deposits Formation: *S Lopatnikov
   0942h   SA51E-05 Thermo-tectonic Evolution of the Qaidam 
                    Basin in West China and the Associated Oil 
                    and Gas Prospect: *S Z Yang, X J Shen, J A 
                    Wang, J M Zhang
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA51E-06 Aspects of the Thermal Evolution of the 
                    Parana Basin Sediments: S Hurter, H Pollack
   1048h   SA51E-07 Thermal Aspects of Sedimentary Basins in 
                    China: J Y Wang, L P Xiong, J A Wang
   1106h   SA51E-08 Numerical Modelling for the Dynamics of the 
                    Extensional Basin: *R S Zeng, D N Zhang, C Y 
                    Wang
   1124h   SA51E-09 Crustal Evolution of Deep Sedimentary Basins: 
                    *N I Pavlenkova
   1142h   SA51E-10 Sedimentary Evolution in New Zealand's Basin: 
                    *R G Allis, R H Funnell, P A Armstrong, D S 
                    Chapman

SA51F  EC:Arena  Fri  0830h
S4  Origin and Evolution of Sedimentary Basins - Posters (joint 
 with ILP,SEG)
Presiding: R G Allis, Inst Geol and Nuclear Sciences

   0830h   SA51F-01 POSTER  Petrophysics and Genetic Body Types 
                    of the Pre-Cenomanian Sandstones in Wadi 
                    Saal, East Central Sinai, Egypt: *N M Hassan, 
                    A M El-Sayed, A A Mousa, A A El-Bassyouni
   0830h   SA51F-02 POSTER  Hydrogeological Studies on the Area 
                    Lying to the North of El Mokattam-Ataqa 
                    Plateau and to the South of El Ismailia 
                    Canal Based on Geoelectrical Results: *N M 
                    Hassan, M S Diab, W K Awad, S A Mousa
   0830h   SA51F-03 POSTER  Geodynamics of Some Intraplate 
                    Orogenic Belts: T V Guseva, A A Lukk, *V I 
                    Shevchenko
   0830h   SA51F-04 POSTER  The Timano-Pechora Basin Evolution: 
                    Tectonic Analysis and Numerical Modeling: *A T 
                    Ismail-Zadeh, B M Naimark, S L Kostyuchenko
   0830h   SA51F-05 POSTER  Thermal Regime Evolution in the 
                    Dnieper-Donets Basin (DDB) and Oil Gas 
                    Generation Program: *R I Kutas, Y I Galushkin
   0830h   SA51F-06 POSTER  Modelling of Sedimentary Basin 
                    Evolution Taking Into Account Natural 
                    Structure and Self-Organizing Processes: *V I 
                    Starostenko, V A Danilenko, D B Vengrovych, 
                    K N Poplavsky
   0830h   SA51F-07 POSTER  Thermomechanical Modelling of 
                    Sedimentary Basins Formation and Evolution.  
                    Case Study of the Precaspian Depression: *V B 
                    Svalova
   0830h   SA51F-08 POSTER  Sedimentary Cover and Earth Crust of 
                    the Arctic Region: *V V Verba, V E Volk
   0830h   SA51F-09 POSTER  Factors Regulating the Distributions 
                    of Elements in the Sediments of a Seasonally 
                    Stratified and Anoxic Lake - The Great Ghost 
                    Lake in Taiwan: *J K Wann, C T A Chen, J Y 
                    Lou
   0830h   SA51F-10 POSTER  The Model Showing the Deep Structure 
                    and Processes Beneath the Sedimentary Basins 
                    in the Western Pacific: *A G Rodnikov
   0830h   SA51F-11 POSTER  Tectonothermal Analysis of Oil 
                    Generation Processes in the Sedimentary 
                    Basins of the Western Portion of the Pacific 
                    Mobile Belt: *R D Rodnikova
   0830h   SA51F-12 POSTER  Riphean History of the South Urals: 
                    New Approach: *A V Maslov
   0830h   SA51F-13 POSTER  Alteration of Physical Properties of 
                    Carbonate Rocks as a Result of Secondary 
                    Evolution of the Ordovician Sedimentary 
                    Basin in Estonia: *A  Shogenova
   0830h   SA51F-14 POSTER  Numerical Simulation of Regional 
                    Geothermal Fields (RGF) of Active 
                    Lithosphere Zones: S Ershov, *O Novik
   0830h   SA51F-15 POSTER  Future Evolution of the Salado Basin 
                    (Rep Argentina): *A Introcaso
   0830h   SA51F-16 POSTER  Geochemical Aspects of Composition 
                    Alteration of Carbonate Rocks in the Result 
                    of Secondary Processes in the Ordovician 
                    Sedimentary Basin of Estonia: *L  Bityukova
   0830h   SA51F-17 POSTER  The Geological Structure of Deeper 
                    Lithosphere and the Main Meso-Cenozoic 
                    Basins in Eastern China: X Fan, Y Yin
   0830h   SA51F-18 POSTER  Seismic Stratigraphy and Late 
                    Quaternary Sedimentation in the Gulf of 
                    Gokova: *M Toker
   0830h   SA51F-19 POSTER  Framework of Parana Basin Basement: 
                    A Geophysical Contribution From Gravity Data: 
                    *M S M Mantovani, M C L Quintas, W Shukowsky

SA51G  RAMAL:C250  Fri  0830h
SW5  Recent Devastating Earthquakes
Presiding: D Wald, USGS, Pasadena; M Kikuchi, Yokohama City Univ

   0830h   SA51G-01 Source Rupture Process of the Kobe 
                    Earthquake of Jan. 17, 1995 Inferred From 
                    Teleseismic Body Waves, Surface Waves, and 
                    GPS Data: *M  Kikuchi, H  Kanamori
   0845h   SA51G-02 Strong Ground Motions From the January 17, 
                    1995 Kobe Earthquake: *P G Somerville, R W 
                    Graves
   0900h   SA51G-03 Heavy Building Damage and Strong Ground 
                    Motion of the 1995 Kobe (Hyogo-ken Nanbu), 
                    Japan, Earthquake: *K  Koketsu
   0915h   SA51G-04 Crustal Deformations Associated With Recent 
                    Large Earthquakes in and Around the Japanese 
                    Islands: *M  Hashimoto, T  Sagiya, T  Tada, 
                    H  Tsuji, Y  Hatanaka
   0930h   SA51G-05 Emergent Joint Observation of Aftershocks of 
                    the 1995 Southern Hyogo Earthquake by the 
                    Japanese Universities: *N Hirata
   0945h   SA51G-06 Short-Term Precursors of Recent Devastating 
                    Earthquakes: *V A Morgounov
   1000h   Break
   1030h   SA51G-07 Damaging Earthquakes in Los Angeles, 
                    California: *E Hauksson, H Kanamori
   1045h   SA51G-08 Slip Distribution for the 1994 Northridge 
                    Earthquake: What Features Can Individual 
                    Data Sets (Strong Motions, GPS, Leveling, 
                    Teleseismic) Resolve?: *D J Wald, T H Heaton
   1100h   SA51G-09 Strong Ground Motions From the 17 January 
                    Northridge Earthquake; A Near Miss for 
                    Flexible Buildings: T H Heaton, D J Wald
   1115h   SA51G-10 Estimation of Strong Ground Motions 
                    Throughout the Region of Strong Shaking From 
                    the 1994 Northridge Earthquake: *R W Graves, 
                    P G Somerville, N A Abrahamson
   1130h   SA51G-11 Seismic Geodesy: Northridge, California 
                    Earthquake Effects and Small-Scale 
                    Differential Ground Motion: P Bodin, *X Cai, 
                    J Gomberg
   1145h   SA51G-12 A Telephone Survey of Effects on People and 
                    Households From the Northridge, California, 
                    Earthquake of January 17, 1994: L A Dengler, 
                    *J W Dewey

SA51H  EC:Arena  Fri  0830h
SW5  Recent Devastating Earthquakes - Posters
Presiding: D Wald, USGS, Pasadena; M Kikuchi, Yokohama City Univ

   0830h   SA51H-01 POSTER  Source Rupture Process of the Kobe 
                    Earthquake of Jan. 17, 1995 Inferred From 
                    Teleseismic Body Waves, Surface Waves, and 
                    GPS Data: *M  Kikuchi, H  Kanamori
   0830h   SA51H-02 POSTER  Strong Ground Motions From the 
                    January 17, 1995 Kobe Earthquake: *P G 
                    Somerville, R W Graves
   0830h   SA51H-03 POSTER  Source Processes of the Shikotan 
                    Earthquake of Oct. 4, 1994 and the Sanriku 
                    Earthquake of Dec. 28, 1994: *M  Kikuchi, H  
                    Kanamori
   0830h   SA51H-04 POSTER  Two Large 1994 Earthquakes Along the 
                    Kurile and Japan Trenches: *Y Tanioka, K 
                    Satake, L Ruff
   0830h   SA51H-05 POSTER  Aftershock Distribution of the 
                    October 4, 1994 Mw 8.3 Kurile Islands 
                    Earthquake Relocated by a Local Seismic 
                    Network in Hokkaido, Japan: *K Katsumata, M 
                    Ichiyanagi, M Kasahara, M Okayama, M Takada, 
                    H Ishikawa, Y Motoya, T Takanami
   0830h   SA51H-06 POSTER  The Shikotan, 1994 Earthquake: Field 
                    Experiment on the Islands: *S S Arefiev, J J 
                    Aptekman, R E Tatevossian, V V Bykova, S G 
                    Molotkov, A E Petrossian, K G Pletnev, A I 
                    Ivashenko
   0830h   SA51H-07 POSTER  The Shikotan, 1994, Earthquake: 
                    Aftershock Space-Distribution and 
                    Time-Variation: S S Arefiev, *R E Tatevossian
   0830h   SA51H-08 POSTER  The 15 November 1994 Destructive 
                    Tsunami of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines: *A S 
                    Daag, R S Punongbayan, P J delos Reyes, B S 
                    Tubianosa, D V Javier
   0830h   SA51H-09 POSTER  Ground Rupture of the 15 November 
                    1994 Oriental Mindoro (Philippines) 
                    Earthquake: *R E Rimando, R S Punongbayan, 
                    S G Geronimo-Catane, H T Mirabueno, A S 
                    Rasdas
   0830h   SA51H-10 POSTER  Liquefaction During the 15 November 
                    1994 Oriental Mindoro Earthquake, Philippines: 
                    *M L Melosantos, A A Melosantos, D V Javier, 
                    A R Rasdas, R S Punongbayan
   0830h   SA51H-11 POSTER  Recent Devastating Earthquakes of 
                    India: *K S Murty
   0830h   SA51H-12 POSTER  Damage Due to M=6.3 Earthquake of 
                    1993 in the Stable Continental Region of 
                    India: *B K Rastogi
   0830h   SA51H-13 POSTER  The 1985 Mexico Earthquake: Ten 
                    Years After: C Lomnitz, F Sauter
   0830h   SA51H-14 POSTER  A Mechanical Correlation Between the 
                    1981 Golbaf, South-East Iran, Earthquakes: 
                    *M R Gheitanchi
   0830h   SA51H-15 POSTER  The Great Shikotan Earthquake of 
                    October 4, 1994 Accompanied by Devastating 
                    Tsunami and Seaquake: The Preliminary 
                    Analysis: *B W Levin, E A Kulikov, V K 
                    Gusjakov, E N Pelinovsky, A I Ivaschenko, V M 
                    Kajstrenko
   0830h   SA51H-16 POSTER  Heavy Building Damage and Strong 
                    Ground Motion of the 1995 Kobe (Hyogo-ken 
                    Nanbu), Japan, Earthquake: *K  Koketsu
   0830h   SA51H-17 POSTER  Crustal Deformations Associated With 
                    Recent Large Earthquakes in and Around the 
                    Japanese Islands: *M  Hashimoto, T  Sagiya, 
                    T  Tada, H  Tsuji, Y  Hatanaka
   0830h   SA51H-18 POSTER  Emergent Joint Observation of 
                    Aftershocks of the 1995 Southern Hyogo 
                    Earthquake by the Japanese Universities: *N 
                    Hirata
   0830h   SA51H-19 POSTER  Short-Term Precursors of Recent 
                    Devastating Earthquakes: *V A Morgounov
   0830h   SA51H-20 POSTER  Damaging Earthquakes in Los Angeles, 
                    California: *E Hauksson, H Kanamori
   0830h   SA51H-21 POSTER  Slip Distribution for the 1994 
                    Northridge Earthquake: What Features Can 
                    Individual Data Sets (Strong Motions, GPS, 
                    Leveling, Teleseismic) Resolve?: *D J Wald, 
                    T H Heaton
   0830h   SA51H-22 POSTER  Strong Ground Motions From the 17 
                    January Northridge Earthquake; A Near Miss 
                    for Flexible Buildings: T H Heaton, D J Wald
   0830h   SA51H-23 POSTER  Estimation of Strong Ground Motions 
                    Throughout the Region of Strong Shaking From 
                    the 1994 Northridge Earthquake: *R W Graves, 
                    P G Somerville, N A Abrahamson
   0830h   SA51H-24 POSTER  Seismic Geodesy: Northridge, 
                    California Earthquake Effects and 
                    Small-Scale Differential Ground Motion: P 
                    Bodin, *X Cai, J Gomberg
   0830h   SA51H-25 POSTER  A Telephone Survey of Effects on 
                    People and Households From the Northridge, 
                    California, Earthquake of January 17, 1994: 
                    L A Dengler, *J W Dewey

SA52A  MUENZ:E050  Fri  1330h
SJS5  Core-Mantle Boundary Region (joint  with G,GA,SEDI)
Presiding: B A Buffett, Univ of British Columbia

   1330h   SA52A-01 Lateral Variations of Scattering Intensity 
                    in D": A M Dziewonski, W J Su
   1345h   SA52A-02 High Resolution Modeling of the CMB: *D V 
                    Helmberger, E J Garnero, X M Ding
   1400h   SA52A-03 Experiments in Imaging CMB Scatterers Using 
                    Global Seismic Data: *M A H Hedlin, P Shearer, 
                    P Earle
   1415h   SA52A-04 Stratification of the Core at the CMB: *J R 
                    Lister, B A Buffett
   1430h   SA52A-05 3D Magneto-convection Simulations of Core 
                    Dynamics Influenced by a Heterogeneous Heat 
                    Flux at the CMB: *G A Glatzmaier, P  Olson
   1450h   SA52A-06 What Do We Really Know About Geomagnetic 
                    Reversals?: *R S Coe, J M Glen
   1510h   Break
   1530h   SA52A-07 Thermal Regime of the Core-Mantle Boundary: *R 
                    Boehler
   1550h   SA52A-08 Constraints on the Core-Mantle Boundary From 
                    Shock Temperature Measurements on Iron and 
                    Olivine (HPP): *T J Ahrens, K G Gallagher
   1610h   SA52A-09 Some Consequences of the D" Region on 
                    Core-Mantle Coupling: *B A Buffett
   1630h   SA52A-10 Seismic-Geodynamic Determination of the 
                    Origin of Excess Ellipticity of the 
                    Core-Mantle Boundary: *A M Forte, J X 
                    Mitrovica, R L Woodward
   1645h   SA52A-11 Evolution of the Core-Mantle Boundary: *E 
                    Majewski

SA52B  JILA:Auditorium  Fri  1330h
SJS6  Rock Properties Related to Environmental Concerns (joint 
 with H,SEG)
Presiding: G Olhoeft, Colorado School of Mines; J Sass, 
           USGS, Flagstaff

   1330h   SA52B-01 Mapping Excavation Damage Around an 
                    Undergound Test Tunnel Using Induced 
                    Seismicity and Velocity Imaging: S C Maxwell, 
                    R P Young, C Baker, D Collins, S D Falls, *I G 
                    Stimpson
   1345h   SA52B-02 Geometry of the Vitric-Zeolitic Transition 
                    in Tuffs and the Relation to Fault Zones at 
                    Yucca Mountain, Nevada: D C Buesch, R W 
                    Spengler, P H Nelson, D T Vaniman, S J 
                    Chipera, D L Bish
   1400h   SA52B-03 Laboratory Mechanical Properties of Intact 
                    Rock in Support of the Yucca Mountain Site 
                    Characterization Project: *R H Price, R J 
                    Martin, P J Boyd
   1415h   SA52B-04 Development and Recovery of Damage in WIPP 
                    Salt: *N S Brodsky, D E Munson, K S Chan, A F 
                    Fossum
   1430h   SA52B-05 Research on Crushed-Salt Constitutive Model 
                    Development: *R Chen, G D Callahan, M C Loken, 
                    F D Hansen
   1445h   SA52B-06 Tomographic Imaging of Self-Potential 
                    Anomalies: M Hammann, H R Maurer, H 
                    Horstmeyer, D Patella
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA52B-07 Complex Electrical Conductivity as a Probe 
                    for Examining Rock Pore Volume and Grain 
                    Surface Micro-structure During Triaxial 
                    Deformation: *P W Glover, P G Meredith, P R 
                    Sammonds, S A Boon, S A Murrell
   1545h   SA52B-08 Fluid-Dependent Attenuation in Artificial 
                    Glass Cracks at Seismic Frequencies: *R 
                    Moerig, O Boyd, W Waite, H Spetzler
   1600h   SA52B-09 Study of Geomaterials Structure Using of 
                    Neutron Diffraction Technique: *G A Sobolev, 
                    S M Kireenkova, G A Efimova, A N Nikitin, N G 
                    Panajiotova
   1615h   SA52B-10 Physical Properties of Rocks Loaded by Sonic 
                    Stress Wave: *S Z Chen, L D Reed, G A Rubin, 
                    M F Leach, A Patitsas
   1630h   SA52B-11 Experimental Investigation of the Acoustical 
                    Features of the Porous Marine Sediments: *K A 
                    Naugolnykh, I B Esipov, O B Ovchinnikov, A E 
                    Pashin, O M Zozulya
   1645h   Discussion

SA52C  SRC:Room 3  Fri  1330h
S4  Origin and Evolution of Sedimentary Basins (joint  with ILP,SEG)
Presiding: S Cloetingh, Vrije Univ

   1330h   SA52C-01 Rheological Decoupling of Continental 
                    Lithosphere: Controls on Compressional Basin 
                    Deformation: *S A P Cloetingh, F Beekman, R T 
                    van Balen, J D van Wees, E Burov, F Horvath, 
                    A Nikishin
   1348h   SA52C-02 The Carpatian and Uralian Foreland Basins: 
                    Crustal Subsidence Without Thrust Loading; a 
                    Loss of Lithospheric Rigidity: *E V 
                    Artyushkov, M A Baer
   1406h   SA52C-03 Evolution of Collapse Structures in the 
                    Northern Williston Basin as Imaged by 
                    Multicomponent Seismic Data: *B J Carr, Z  
                    Hajnal
   1424h   SA52C-04 Classification and Gravity Effect of 
                    Sedimentary Wedges: *S Z Chen
   1442h   SA52C-05 On the Geological and Thermal Evolution of 
                    the Transylvanian Depression (Romania): *C 
                    Demetrescu, G Polonic, M Andreescu

SA52D  RAMAL:C250  Fri  1330h
SW5  Recent Devastating Earthquakes
Presiding: P Sommerville, Woodward Clyde Consultants; B K Rastogi, 
           National Geophys Research Inst

1330h   SA52D-01 A Mechanical Correlation Between the 1981 
                    Golbaf, South-East Iran, Earthquakes: *M R 
                    Gheitanchi
   1345h   SA52D-02 The Great Shikotan Earthquake of October 4, 
                    1994 Accompanied by Devastating Tsunami and 
                    Seaquake: The Preliminary Analysis: *B W 
                    Levin, E A Kulikov, V K Gusjakov, E N 
                    Pelinovsky, A I Ivaschenko, V M Kajstrenko
   1400h   SA52D-03 Source Processes of the Shikotan Earthquake 
                    of Oct. 4, 1994 and the Sanriku Earthquake 
                    of Dec. 28, 1994: *M  Kikuchi, H  Kanamori
   1415h   SA52D-04 Two Large 1994 Earthquakes Along the Kurile 
                    and Japan Trenches: *Y Tanioka, K Satake, L 
                    Ruff
   1430h   SA52D-05 Aftershock Distribution of the October 4, 
                    1994 Mw 8.3 Kurile Islands Earthquake 
                    Relocated by a Local Seismic Network in 
                    Hokkaido, Japan: *K Katsumata, M Ichiyanagi, 
                    M Kasahara, M Okayama, M Takada, H Ishikawa, 
                    Y Motoya, T Takanami
   1445h   SA52D-06 The Shikotan, 1994 Earthquake: Field 
                    Experiment on the Islands: *S S Arefiev, J J 
                    Aptekman, R E Tatevossian, V V Bykova, S G 
                    Molotkov, A E Petrossian, K G Pletnev, A I 
                    Ivashenko
   1455h   SA52D-07 The Shikotan, 1994, Earthquake: Aftershock 
                    Space-Distribution and Time-Variation: S S 
                    Arefiev, *R E Tatevossian
   1500h   Break
   1530h   SA52D-08 The 15 November 1994 Destructive Tsunami of 
                    Oriental Mindoro, Philippines: *A S Daag, R S 
                    Punongbayan, P J delos Reyes, B S Tubianosa, 
                    D V Javier
   1545h   SA52D-9 Ground Rupture of the 15 November 1994 
                    Oriental Mindoro (Philippines) Earthquake: 
                    *R E Rimando, R S Punongbayan, S G 
                    Geronimo-Catane, H T Mirabueno, A S Rasdas
   1600h   SA52D-10 Liquefaction During the 15 November 1994 
                    Oriental Mindoro Earthquake, Philippines: *M L 
                    Melosantos, A A Melosantos, D V Javier, A R 
                    Rasdas, R S Punongbayan
   1615h   SA52D-11 Recent Devastating Earthquakes of India: *K S 
                    Murty
   1630h   SA52D-12 Damage Due to M=6.3 Earthquake of 1993 in 
                    the Stable Continental Region of India: *B K 
                    Rastogi
   1645h   SA52D-13 The 1985 Mexico Earthquake: Ten Years After: 
                    C Lomnitz, F Sauter

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