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SE-General
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation

59-SE-A0435

Investigating CO3 Isomers Formed by the Radiation Induced CO2 + O Reaction in Extraterrestrial Ices

B G HARSHAVARDHANA
Mangalore University

59-SE-A0904
Review of Zircon Ages from Cuba and Their Geodynamic Interpretations

Yamirka Rojas AGRAMONTE
Institut für Geowissenschaften, Universität Mainz, Germany


SE03
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation

59-SE-A0145

Recent Developments of Radar Remote Sensing Wolfgang-Martin BOERNER
University of Illinois

59-SE-A0147

Implementation of Differential Repeat-Pass SAR Interferometry for (i) The Search for Earthquake Precursory Land-Cover Deformation in Taiwan in Coordination with the Integrated Search for Taiwanese Earthquake Precursors Wolfgang-Martin BOERNER
University of Illinois

59-SE-A0162

Possible Preseismic Anomalies in the Ground Wave of LF (216 kHz and 270 kHz) Radio Broadcastings Revealed in Italy during 1997-1998 Pier Francesco BIAGI
Department of Physics, University of Bari

59-SE-A0212

Anomalous Effect in Schumann Reasonance Phenomena Observed in Japan, Possibly Associated with the Earthquakes in Taiwan Masashi HAYAKAWA
University of Electro-Communications

59-SE-A0227

The Observation of DC/ULF Emission at Nakatsugawa, Japan in Possible Association with the Sumatra-Andaman Kenji OHTA
Chubu University

59-SE-A0295

Ionospheric Perturbations Observed by the Satellite DEMETER in Relation with the Seismic Activity

Michel PARROT
LPCE/CNRS, France

59-SE-A0489

Wavelet-based Approach to study Coherence of the ULF Vector Fields

Leonid ALPEROVICH
Tel Aviv University, Israel

59-SE-A0534

A possible Effect of Ionospheric Perturbations for the Sumatra Earthquake, as Revealed from Subionospheric VLF Propagation (NWC-Japan)

Takumi HORIE
University of Electro-Communications

59-SE-A0586
Variations of the IR Radiation Field Prior to Fault Stick-
Slip in a Compressive en Echelon Structure from Laboratory Experiments
Jin MA
Laboratory of Earthquake Dynamics, Institute of Geology, China
59-SE-A0868
A possible Ionospheric Disturbance and Its Spatial Scale in Association with 2004 Niigata Prefecture Earthquake, as Revealed from the Japanese VLF Network Takeshi YAMAUCHI
University of Electro-Communication
59-SE-A0878
ULF Geomagnetic Anomalous Changes Associated with Large Earthquakes Based on Transfer Function Analysis Katsumi HATTORI
Marine Biosystems Research Center
Chiba University
59-SE-A0984
ULF Geomagnetic Anomaly Associated with the Sumatra Earthquakes Sarmoko SAROSO
National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN), Indonesia
59-SE-A1085
An Enhancive Phenomenon of Thermal Infrared Radiation Prior to Pakistan Earthquake Shunyun CHEN
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A1236
A Statistical Investigation of Pre-Earthquake Ionospehric Anomaly Jann- Yeng LIU
Institute of Space Science, National Cnetral University
59-SE-A1239 Temporal Changes in Transfer Functions Port Blair (Andaman Region) during Post Sumatra Earthquake Activity P B V Subba RAO
Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, India
59-SE-A1243 Analsis of GPS-TEC Variation Associated with Large Earthquakes using GAMIT Masahide NISHIHASHI
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University

SE04
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation

59-SE-A0308

Healing of Cataclastic Rocks in Nature and Experiment Holger STUNITZ
Dept. of Geoscience, Basel University
59-SE-A0342 Shape and Crystallographic Preferred Orientations of Constituent Mineral Grains in the Pankenushi Gabbro Mylonite and Ultramylonite of Central Hokkaido, Japan Kyuichi KANAGAWA
Dept. of Earth Science, Chiba University
59-SE-A0347 Dynamic Recrystallization and Crystallographic Preferred Orientation of Plagioclase: Examples of Mafic Mylonites from the Hidaka Metamorphic Belt and the Kohistan Arc Kyuichi KANAGAWA
Dept. of Earth Science, Chiba University
59-SE-A0512 Structural and Isotopic Constraints on Fluid Flow Regimes and Development of Fluid Pathways During Upper Crustal Deformation: An Example from the Taemas Area, Lachlan Orogen, SE Australia Stephen F COX
Dept. of Earth and Marine Sciences,
Australia National University
59-SE-A0514 High Ductility of K-feldspar and Development of Granitic Banded Ultramylonite in Ryoke Metamorphic Belt, SW Japan
Kazuhiko ISHII
Dept. of Physics and Sciences,
Osaka Pref. University
59-SE-A0653 Development of Multiple Foliations Defined by Different Sillimanite and Gahnite Crystal Habits in the Cannington Deposit, Northeast Australia
Hyeong Soo KIM
Dept. of Earth Science Education,
Kyungpook National University
59-SE-A0768 Cohesive Strengthening of Fault Zones During the Interseismic Period : An Experimental Study
Eric TENTHOREY
Australia National University
59-SE-A1057 Microboudinage Structure of Piemontite in Metachart from Western Alps : Comparison of Stress-Strain Relationship Between UHP and HP Metamorphic History
Yasutomo OMORI
Institute of Geoscience, Shizuoka University
59-SE-A1088 A Transition from Gouge Generation to Frictional Melting in Pelitic Fault Zones : Insight into Seismogenic Fault Motion from High-Velocity Experiments
Jin-Han REE
Dept. of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Korea University

SE05
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation

59-SE-A0348

Why does Coseismic Change of Well Water Temperature in Tangshan Well Always Decrease
Yaolin SHI
Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Science

59-SE-A0513

The Precursory Anomaly Before Jiujiang Ms 5.7 Earthquake
Jinping GU
China Earthquake Network Center, China

59-SE-A1032

The Hydrological Process of Earthquakes in North China
Fuqiong Huang
China Earthquake Network Center, China

59-SE-A1312

The Upper Limitation of Magnitude for Earthquakes Induced by Reservoirs
Fuqiong Huang
China Earthquake Network Center, China

SE07
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0201

Fault-Perpendicular Aftershock Clusters Following the 2003 Mw=5.0 Big Bear,California, Earthquake

Wu-Cheng CHI
Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinca

59-SE-A0292 Expansion of Aftershock Area Caused by Propagation of Postseismic Sliding : A Numerical Simulation

Naoyuki KATO
Earthquake Research Institute,
University of Tokyo

59-SE-A0577 Effects of Stress Perturbations on Frictional Behavior : An Experimental Study Shengli MA
Institute Of Geology,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0585 An Experimental Study of Thermal Field Variations Associated with Deformation in a Compressive en Echelon Structure
Peixun LIU
Institute of Geology,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0596 Stress Level Estimation According to Principle Axes Rotation of Stress Field Before and After Large Earthquake and Stress Drop
Yongge WAN
Institute of Geology,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0730 Monitoring Frictional Strength with Acoustic Wave Transmission
Kohei NAGATA
Earthquake Research Institute,
University of Tokyo
59-SE-A0799 Role of Water on Faulting--Diffusion of Pore Pressure due to Water Injection
Xinglin LEI
Institute of Geology and Geoinformation,
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
59-SE-A0806 Strength and Stability of Frictional Sliding of Gabbro Gouge under Hydrothermal Conditions
Changrong HE
Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0816 The Tectonic Transformation and Movement Features Between Eastern Kunlun Active Fault Zone and Western Qinling Active Fault Zone, Northeastern Margin of Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Daoyang YUAN
Seismological Bureau of Gansu Province, China
59-SE-A0865 Dependence of Shear Resistance of Rocks on Slip-Rate During Frictional Melting
Akito TSUTSUMI
Dept. of Geology and Mineralogy, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
59-SE-A0874 Influence of Crustal Fluids on Faulting and Earthquakes
Koji MASUDA
Disaster Prevention Research Institute,
Kyoto University
59-SE-A1017 Quantitative Evaluation of Seismic Activity Around Active Faults and a General Seismicity Cycle of the Fault
Kunihiko WATANABE
Earthquake Research Institute,
University of Tokyo
59-SE-A1051 Underlying Physics of Rate- and State-Dependent Friction Law
Shingo YOSHIDA
Earthquake Research Institute,
University of Tokyo
59-SE-A1082 Friction-Induced Decomposition of Siderite and Dolomite and Their Weakening Effect on Simulated Faults at Seismic Slip-rates
Raehee HAN
Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Korea University
59-SE-A1098 New-Generated Daliangshan Fault Zone, Southeast Tibet, China
Honglin HE
Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A1133 Monitoring for Plate Coupling Using Accurately Controlled Source System (ACROSS)
Koshun YAMAOKA
Earthquake Research Institute,
University of Tokyo

SE08
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0005 Active Tectonics in the Zagros Mountain Belt, Iran
Yousef Sattarzadeh-GHADIM
University of Tabriz, Iran
59-SE-A0196 Slow Late Cenozoic Slip of the Kangxiwa Fault, Northwestern Tibet, China
Bihong FU
Institute of Geology and Geophysics,
Chinese Academy of Sciences
59-SE-A0246 Contribution of the Miocene Tectonic Events to the Rearrangement of the Paleozoic to Mesozoic Accretionary Complexes in Japan
Koji WAKITA
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
59-SE-A0291 Synchronous Sediment-Accretion and Erosion of Shallow Marine Sediments in a Jurassic Forearc Region, Southwest Japan
Satoshi NAKAE
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
59-SE-A0519 Evidence for Paleoearthquakes in the Xilinhot District, Inner Mongolia, Northern China
Jianguo DU
Institute of Earthquake Science,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0521 Experimental Evidence on Formation of Imminent Hydrochemical Precursors for Earthquake
Jianguo DU
Institute of Earthquake Science,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0707 Accretionary Complex Remained Between the Indochina and Sibumasu Blocks in Thailand : Implications for Direction of Subduction and Collision Tectonics
Hidetoshi HARA
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
59-SE-A0832 Sequence Stratigraphy and Evolution of the Taebaeksan Basin (Cambrian-Ordovician), Mideast Korea
Yi Kyun KWON
Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources
59-SE-A0883 Detrital Chromian Spinels from Japanese Islands ; Their Occurrence and Tectonic Significance
Kenichiro HISADA
Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences,University of Tsukuba
59-SE-A1235 Analysis of the Tertiary Eoil and Waup Sedimentary Basins
Woo-Seok KIM
School of Science and Technology,
Kobe University

SE13
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0363 Recent Eruptions of the Lone Active Volcano on the Barren Island in the Andaman Sea: Arc Magmatism Within a Rift Tectonic Environment
Dhanapati HALDAR
Presidency College, Kolkata
59-SE-A0426 Some Problems with Plate Tectonic Models and Arc Magmatism: Insights from Philippine Volcanic Data
Carlo A ARCILLA
University of Philippines, Philippines
59-SE-A0775 Modeling of Magmatic and Eruptive Processes in Different Tectonic Conditions: Interpretation of Volcanic Activities Near Izu Peninsula, Japan
Yoshiaki IDA
University of Hyogo, Japan
59-SE-A1001 Spatial Evolution of Arc Magma Along Northern Rhykyu Arc in the Philippine Sea Plate Subduction Zone
Chang-Hwa CHEN
Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica
59-SE-A1196 Andaman Mud Volcanoes : Tectonics, Chemistry and Hydrocarbon Reserve
Saugata DATTA
Dept. of Geology, University of Calcutta

SE14
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0580 Geodesy Measurement Constrained Coseismic Slip of the 26 December 2004, Great Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake
Yongge WAN
College of Disaster Prevention Techniques, China Earthquake administration
59-SE-A0648 Crack Fusion from the 14 November 2001 Kunlun Mountain Earthquake
Lisheng XU
Institute of Geophysics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A1028 Supershear Ruptures in Earthuqakes Under the Influence of Ground Surface
Xiaofei CHEN
Departemt of Geophysics, Peking University
59-SE-A1139 A Study on Source Parameters of Yao'an Earthquake Sequence, Yunnan, China
Jun FAN
Chengdu University of Technology

SE16
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A1127 Ruby-Bearing Xenoliths in Cenozoic Basalt Exposed in the Vicinity of Bo Rai Gem Deposits, Eastern Thailand
Chakkaphan SUTTHIRAT
Dept. of Geology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University
59-SE-A1304 Geochemical and Geophysical Evidence for Lithospheric Processes
Suzanne Y OREILLY
GEMOC, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Macquarie University
59-SE-A1383 Evolution of Lithospheric Mantle Beneath SE Margin of South China Block : In Situ Re-Os Evidence
Kuo-Lung WANG
Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica
59-SE-A1385 The Age and Evolution of the SCLM
William L GRIFFIN
GEMOC, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Macquarie University

SE17
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0240 Finite Element Simulation of Impact of Soft Lower Crust on the Uplift and Movement of Tibetan Plateau
Jianling CAO
Laboratory of Computational Geodynamics, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
59-SE-A0350 Visco-Elastic Geodynamic Modelling of the Tibet Plateau
Yaolin SHI
Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
59-SE-A0615 Moho Depths in the Indian Ocean Based on the Inversion of Satellite Gravity Data
Dimitrios ARABELOS
Dept. of Geodesy and Surveying, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
59-SE-A1015 Numerical Models of Mantle Plumes with Both Upper-Mantle and Lower-Mantle Origins
David A YUEN
University of Minnesota
59-SE-A1036 Toward the Coupling of Seismotectonics and Geodynamics Through Thermo-Mechanics
Regenauer-Lieb KLAUS
Western Australia University

SE18
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A1052 Geochronology, Geochemistry and Nd Isotopic Study of Neoproterozoic Amphibolites in Central Korea: A Preliminary Report
Jeongmin KIM
Korea Basic Science Institute, Korea
59-SE-A1105 The Oldest Tonalite in South Korea: U-Pb Zircon Age of ca. 2.51 Ga
Moonsup CHO
Seoul National University
59-SE-A1180 The Siberian-North China Collision: New Geochronological Evidence from the Jiamusi and Khanka Massifs
Simon WILDE
Curtin University

SE19
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0423 High K Arc Volcanism Postdating the Eurasia-Northern Palawan- Philippine Mobile Belt Collision
Carlo A ARCILLA
University of Philippines

SE20
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0649 Geological Evolution of Paleo-Asia Continent Eastern Margin in Jurassic
Alexander KHANCHUK
Far East Geological Institute,
Russian Academy of Sciences
59-SE-A0688 The Domal Metamorphic Terrane in Danba, Western Sichuan China : A Hint on Lithospheric Evolution of Songpan-Garze Orogenic Belt
Zhendong YOU
China University of Geosciences
59-SE-A0836 Late Cambrian-Early Ordovician Orogenic Events in Central Asia
Nikolay DOBRETSOV
Institute of Geology SB RAS
59-SE-A0851 Crustal Growth in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and the Arabian-Nubian Shield : A Comparison
Alfred KRNER
Institut fr Geowissenschaften,
Universitt Mainz
59-SE-A1394 Genesis of Late Pan-African Dike Rocks from Northern Arabian-Nubian Shield
Bor-Ming JAHN
Institute of Earth Sciences,Academia Sinica
59-SE-A1416 Turkic Type Orogeny and A Short History of the Last 600 Million Years
A M C SENGOR
IT Avrasya Yerbilimleri Enstits

SE21
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A1357 Mesozoic and Cenozoic Granitoids in the Japanese Islands: A Snap Shot of the Collage-Forming Process of the Asian Supercontinent
Takashi NAKAJIMA
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
59-SE-A1409 Tectonic Model For Lachlan Fold Belt I-, S- and A-Type Granites
W J COLLINS
School of Earth Sciences,
James Cook University
59-SE-A1410 A Zircon U-Pb Study of Metaluminous (I-type) Granites of the Lachlan Fold Belt, Southeastern Australia: Implications for the High/Low Temperature Classification and Magma Differentiation Processes
A I S KEMP
Earth Sciences, University of Bristol

SE23-24
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0465 Structural Styles of Crustal Shortening and Inversion Tectonics of the Eastern Margin of the Japan Sea
Yukinobu OKAMURA
Active Fault Research Center, AIST, Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A0702 Forearc Sliver of Philippine Sea Plate, Hengchun Accretionary Prism and the Incipient Taiwan Orogency
Chengsung WANG
General Education Center,
Chin Min Institute of Technology
59-SE-A0990 Vertical Slip Rate on the Uozu Fault Zone Inferred from Buried Terrace Surfaces in Central Japan
Tabito MATSU-URA
Active Fault Research Center, AIST, Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A1049 Behavior and Structure of the Frontal Thrust System (Changhua Fault) in Houli and Tatushan Area, Western Taiwan
Nobuhisa MATSUTA
National Taiwan University
59-SE-A1182 Tectonics of the Northern South China Sea Basin
Shu-Kun HSU
Institute of Geophysics, National Central University

SE26
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0304 Structural Defects in Sapphire Crystals from Shantung, PR China
Wolfgang HOFMEISTER
Institute of Geosciences Gemstone Research, Johannes Gutenberg-University
59-SE-A0738 Topaz and Norbergite : Is Modular Twinning of Unique Topologies A Way for Building Stable HP-Hydrous Silicates
Wolfgang HOFMEISTER
Institute of Geosciences Gemstone Research, Johannes Gutenberg-University
59-SE-A0741 Gem-Potential of the Red River Shear Zone
Vu Xuan QUANG
Institute of Materials Science, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
59-SE-A0756 Pressure-Mapping Around Inclusions in Corundum Crystals Determined by the Shift of Cr3+ Luminescence Bands
Tobias HAEGER
Institute of Geosciences / Gemstone Research, Johannes Gutenberg University
59-SE-A0796 Basaltic Gemfields and Their Lithospheric Sources, West Pacific Margins
Frederick L SUTHERLAND
Geoscience, Australian Museum
59-SE-A0828 Provenance Determination of Freshwater Cultured Pearls by Laser Ablation ICP- MS
Tobias HAEGER
Dept. of Geosciences, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitt
59-SE-A0831 Gem Minerals in Rare Metal Pegmatite from Lucyen Mining Area - North Vietnam
Nguy Tuyet NHUNG
Faculty of Geology, Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam
59-SE-A0863 Trace Element Analysis of Alluvial Diamonds from Myanmar and Thailand by LA- ICPMS
Tin Tin WIN
Macquarie University, Australia
59-SE-A1195 Guidelines for Lithospheric Origins of Emeralds
Pornsawat WATHANAKUL
Kasetsart University
59-SE-A1321 Chemical Characteristics of Emeralds from Various Localities
Visut PISUTHA-ARNOND
Gem and Jewelry Institute of Thailand (GIT)
59-SE-A1417 Geochemistry and Source of Sapphires from NE Tasmania, Australia
B M MCGEE
Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits, University of Tasmania

SE27
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0404 Study on Source Model of the December 26, 2004 Sumatra Earthquake using GPS Data
Yudhicara YUDHICARA
Marine Geological Institute
59-SE-A0496 Static Coulomb Failure Function and Aftershocks of 1995 Kobe Earthquake
Mamoru KATO
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies,
Kyoto University
59-SE-A0579 Reducing Oceanographycal Backgrounds in Sea Surface Height Data on 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami from Satellite Altimetry
Yutaka HAYASHI
Meteorological Research Institute
59-SE-A0581 Detection of Seismic Geoid Changes by the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake from Satellite Altimetry
Yutaka HAYASHI
Meteorological Research Institute
59-SE-A0588 Tsunami Source of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake Inferred from Tide Gauge and Satellite Data
Yushiro FUJII
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ), Active Fault Research Center (AFRC)
59-SE-A0650 Source Process of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake
Yuntai CHEN
Institute of Geophysics, China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0654 On the Northern Limit of the Tsunami Cource of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
Kenji HIRATA
IFREE/JAMSTEC
59-SE-A0881 The Rupture Process of 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake Viewing from the Data Obtained by the Strainmeters of JMA
Yasuhiro YOSHIDA
Meteorological Research Institute
59-SE-A1044 Education on the Earthquake Disaster Reduction for International Students at Universities
Koshun YAMAOKA
Earthquake Research Institute,
University of Tokyo
59-SE-A1046 Extensive Surface Fault Rupture Associated with the 2005 Mw 7.6 Pakistan Earthquake
Heitaro KANEDA
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST
59-SE-A1097 Transient Uplift Since the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake and Deformation Cycle in the Andaman Islands
Masanobu SHISHIKURA
Active Fault Research Center, AIST,
Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A1132 The Style of Crustal Deformation and Seismic History Associated with the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake : A Perspective from the Andaman-Nicobar Islands
C P RAJENDRAN
Centre for Earth Science Studies, India
59-SE-A1161 Regional Characteristics of Building Damage and Reconstruction Condition in Sri Lanka due to 2004 Sumatra Tsunami
Osamu MURAO
Faculty of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba
59-SE-A1212 Risk Analysis of Road Structures in Sri Lanka due to the 2004 Giant Earthquake and Tsunami in the Indian Ocean
Gaku SHOJI
University of Tsukuba
59-SE-A1351 Some Evidence in Support of Aseismic Tectonics Along the Bengal Tectonic Boundarybr> Tint Lwin SWE
Myanmar Earthquake Committee
59-SE-A1354 Some Evidence in Support of Aseismic Tectonics Along the Bengal Tectonic Boundary
Javed N MALIK
Indian Institute of Technology
59-SE-A1355 AusPOS On-Line GPS Data Processing in Detecting Crustal Displacements due to 2005 Nias Earthquake
Agustan AGUSTAN
Agency for the Assessment and Application Technology (BPPT)
59-SE-A1367 Status of Establishment Plan of the Aceh Heritage Tsunami Estate (AHTE)
Hasanuddin Z ABIDIN
Institute of Technology, Bandung (ITB)
59-SE-A1373 The Effect of Inundation Height of December 2004 Tsunami on the Damage of Structural Buildings in Banda Aceh City
Agussalim SALIM
Dept. of Civil Engineering Syiah Kuala University
59-SE-A1398 Investigation on Colliding Two Tsunami Run-ups in December 26th 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
Widjo KONGKO
Coastal Dynamic Research Center, Agency for the Assessment & Application of Technology

SE28
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0555 The Characteristic Analysis and Seismic Triggering Study of Dayao M6.2 and M6.1Earthquake Sequences in 2003
Wei HUA
Institute of Geophysics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0848 Underestimation of Seismic Hazard in Intra-Plate Regions: Examples of Some Earthquake Cases in China
Zhongliang WU
Institute of Geophysics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0849 Pre-Shock Deformation and Source Process: the Case of the 2004 Great Sumatra Earthquake
Changsheng JIANG
Institute of Geophysics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0989 Frequency-Dependent Attenuation of P and S Waves in Yunnan Region
Hongsheng MA
China Seismological Bureau
59-SE-A0999 Numerical Simulation on Interactions Among Strong Earthquakes in Sichuan-Yunnan Area, China
Lianwang Chen
Institute of Crustal Dynamics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A1177 A New Model for Fast Assessment of Earthquake Damage and Losses Based on Macroecnomic Indicators(GDP) in Chinese Mainland
Jifu LIU
The Third Research Office,Institute of Geophysics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A1222 Study on the Assessment of China Earthquake Losses in 2006-2020
Xiaoqing WANG
Institute of Earthquake Science,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A1244 The Zhouzhi Deep Well in Central China Exactly Recorded the Sumatra Earthquake
Fuqiong HUANG
China Earthquake Network Center

SE29
Paper ID
Paper Title
Main Author and affiliation
59-SE-A0173 The Common Characteristics of Regional Deformation Abnormity in Medium-Tedium-term Phase of Stroning Earthquake and Prediction Meaning
Shuangxu WANG
The Second Monitoring Center,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0244 Active Fault Influence on the Evolution of Drainage and Landscape : Evidence from Frontal Areas Along Northwestern Himalaya, India
Javed N MALIK
Indian Institute of Technology
59-SE-A0258 History of Tsunami Inundations in Sendai Plain, Detected from Coastal Geology
Yuki SAWAI
Active Fault Research Center, AIST, Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A0271 Correlation Between Large Earthquake Activity and Active Tectonic-block in China Mainland
Hongsheng MA
China Seismological Bureau
59-SE-A0276 Historical Earthquakes and Seismic Patterns in the West Part of Yellow Sea
Jian WANG
Institute of Geophysics,
China Earthquake Administration
59-SE-A0583 Stratigraphic Succession for Large Tsunami Traces in Nemuro Coastal Zone Along the Kuril Subduction Zone
Futoshi NANAYAMA
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST, Japan
59-SE-A0584 Unusually Large Tsunamis Along the Kuril Subduction Zone in the Past 9500 Years: The Long Seismic Stratigraphy from Lacustrine Cores at Harutori-ko, Kushiro City, Eastern Hokkaido
Futoshi NANAYAMA
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST, Japan
59-SE-A0590 Paleoseismological Evidence for Non-Characteristic Behavior of the Surface Rupture Associated with the 2004 Mid-Niigata Prefecture Earthquake, Central Japan
Tadashi MARUYAMA
Active Fault Research Center, AIST, Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A0879 Invaded Area, Direction, and Run-Up Height of a Paleo-Tsunami at Eastern Hokkaido as Revealed by Tracing Tsunami Deposits
Yuichi NISHIMURA
Hokkaido University
59-SE-A1027 Paleoseismological Survey Along the Western Coast of Myanmar
Than Tin AUNG
Active Fault Research Center, AIST, Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A1117 Past 900-year Vertical Crustal Movements Reconstructed from the Stratigraphic Record Along the Pacific Coast of Central Japan
Osamu FUJIWARA
Active Fault Research Center, AIST, Geological Survey of Japan
59-SE-A1190 Use of GPR Prospecting for Imaging Active Faults in the Urban Area of Baku, Azerbaijan
Takao MIYATA
Dept. of Earth and Planetary Science,
Kobe University
59-SE-A1237 Study on Synthesized Probability Gains Model for Earthquake Forecast and the Risk Estimation in China in 2006-2020
Xiang DING
Institute of Earthquake Science,
China Earthquake Administration

SE30
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59-SE-A0470 Postseismic Deformations Following the Sumatra-Andaman and Nias Earthquakes Detected by Continuous GPS Observations in Southeast Asia
Manabu HASHIMOTO
Kyoto University
59-SE-A0471 Kinematic Analysis of GPS Data in SE Asia during the Sumatra-Andaman and Nias Earthquakes
Manabu HASHIMOTO
Kyoto University
59-SE-A0667 Precursory Strain Rate Changes Before Two Major Intraplate Earthquakes Detected by Continuous GPS Observation
Takeshi SAGIYA
Nagoya University
59-SE-A0672 A Dense GPS Observation Around the Northern Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line
Takeshi SAGIYA
Nagoya University
59-SE-A0686 Energy Estimation of the 2004/Sep/1 Asama Explosion with Ionospheric Disturbances
Kosuke HEKI
Hokkaido University
59-SE-A0774 Estimate of Interplate Coupling Along the Nankai Trough by Using a New Plate Model
Tomokazu KOBAYASHI
Kyoto University
59-SE-A1192 Development of Advanced Precise Positioning System (APPS) for Automated Geodetic GPS Processing
Ryuichi ICHIKAWA
Kashima Space Research Center,
National Institute of Communication and Information Technology
59-SE-A1254 Visco-Elastic Post-Seismic Relaxation Model for 2004 Sumatra Earthquake
C D REDDY
Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
59-SE-A1257 GPS Derived Strain Distribution in Bhuj Region of Gujarat and Its Tectonic Interpretation
P S SUNIL
Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
59-SE-A1368 The Use of GPS Surveys Method for Natural Hazard Mitigation in Indonesia
Hasanuddin Z ABIDIN
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Institute of Technology Bandung

SE31
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59-SE-A0705 A Block-Fault Model for GPS Velocity Field in Taiwan and the Ryukyu Arc
Kohei SEGAWA
Disaster Prevention Research Institute,
Kyoto University
59-SE-A0804 Secular Low-Degree Deformation of the Earth : GRACE versus GPS
Ryoko OGAWA
Division of Earth & Planet Sciences,
Hokkaido University
59-SE-A0900 The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS) : A Project of the IAG
Chris RIZOS
University of New South Wales
59-SE-A1353 Excitation of Earth Rotation Variations Observed by Time-Variable Gravity
Benjamin F CHAO
College of Earth Sciences,
National Central University

SE32
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59-SE-A0247 Carbonatite Metasomatism in Depleted Upper Mantle: Evidence from Peridotites in CCSD-PP1 Drill Hole
Tianfu LI
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
59-SE-A0263 SHRIMP U-Pb Zircon Dating from Eclogite as Block in Marble, Shuanghe Area, Dabie Terrane: Restriction on the Prograde, UHP and Retrograde Metamorphic Ages
Fulai LIU
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
59-SE-A0302 Study of Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling (CCSD) PP6 Hole on the Macaokuang Peridotite Body, Rongcheng, Shandong Province, in the Sulu UHPM Belt
Jingsui YANG
Key Laboratory for Continental Dynamics,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
59-SE-A0643 Unusual Alloys in Garnet Peridotite from the Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling Project (CCSD) Main Hole in Sulu
Jingsui YANG
Key Laboratory for Continental Dynamics,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
59-SE-A0779 Geochemical and Nd-Sr Isotopic Constraints on the Protoliths of the Gneisses from the 100~2000 m Main Hole of the Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling Project
Fulai LIU
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
59-SE-A0782 A Cold Early Paleozoic Subduction Zone in the North Qilian Mountains, NW China: Petrological and Chronological Constraints
Jianxin ZHANG
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
59-SE-A0857 Ultra-High Pressure Minerals in the Luobusa Ophiolite, Tibet: Implications for Tethyan Mantle Dynamics
Paul T ROBINSON
Dept. of Earth Sciences. Dalhousie University
59-SE-A1064 C-type Olivine Fabric in the Zhimafang Garnet Peridotite from the Sulu Ultrahigh-Pressure Metamorphic Terrane, Eastern China: Implications for Water in Continental Subduction Zone
Zhiqin XU
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences

SE33
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59-SE-A0211 Gravity Model of the Lithosphere of Taiwan
Gulshat Zabirovna GILMANOVA
Pacific Oceanological Institute
59-SE-A0238 In the Context of EMST Vertical Displacement is the Common Generating Mechanism for Earthquakes and Tsunamis
Stavros TASSOS
Institute of Geodynamics,
National Observatory of Athens
59-SE-A0256 In the Pacific and Any Other Tectonic Belt Seismic and Volcanic Activity Relate to Positive Gravity, Geoidal, and Heat Flow Anomalies, i.e., Excess Mass, and Do Not Relate to Faults
Stavros TASSOS
Institute of Geodynamics,
National Observatory of Athens

SE34
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59-SE-A0479 The Himalayan Mountain Building Processes and Tethyan Basins
Anshu K SINHA
Kendriya Mantralaya Housing Welfare Society