Andrew M. Freed
Andrew M. Freed
Professor of Geophysics, Purdue University
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Earthquake triggering by static, dynamic, and postseismic stress transfer
AM Freed
Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 33, 335-367, 2005
5872005
Delayed triggering of the 1999 Hector Mine earthquake by viscoelastic stress transfer
AM Freed, J Lin
Nature 411 (6834), 180-183, 2001
3332001
Evidence of power-law flow in the Mojave desert mantle
AM Freed, R Bürgmann
Nature 430 (6999), 548-551, 2004
2772004
Interseismic plate coupling and strain partitioning in the northeastern Caribbean
DM Manaker, E Calais, AM Freed, ST Ali, P Przybylski, G Mattioli, ...
Geophysical Journal International 174 (3), 889-903, 2008
1932008
Transpressional rupture of an unmapped fault during the 2010 Haiti earthquake
E Calais, A Freed, G Mattioli, F Amelung, S Jónsson, P Jansma, SH Hong, ...
Nature Geoscience 3 (11), 794-799, 2010
1722010
Implications of deformation following the 2002 Denali, Alaska, earthquake for postseismic relaxation processes and lithospheric rheology
AM Freed, R Bürgmann, E Calais, J Freymueller, S Hreinsdóttir
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B1), 2006
1692006
Topography of the northern hemisphere of Mercury from MESSENGER laser altimetry
MT Zuber, DE Smith, RJ Phillips, SC Solomon, GA Neumann, SA Hauck, ...
Science 336 (6078), 217-220, 2012
1472012
The origin of lunar mascon basins
HJ Melosh, AM Freed, BC Johnson, DM Blair, JC Andrews-Hanna, ...
Science 340 (6140), 1552-1555, 2013
1332013
Afterslip (and only afterslip) following the 2004 Parkfield, California, earthquake
AM Freed
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (6), 2007
1252007
Triggering of New Madrid seismicity by late-Pleistocene erosion
E Calais, AM Freed, R Van Arsdale, S Stein
Nature 466 (7306), 608-611, 2010
1162010
Time‐dependent changes in failure stress following thrust earthquakes
AM Freed, J Lin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B10), 24393-24409, 1998
1141998
Evolution of stress in Southern California for the past 200 years from coseismic, postseismic and interseismic stress changes
AM Freed, ST Ali, R Bürgmann
Geophysical Journal International 169 (3), 1164-1179, 2007
1052007
The evolution of the seismic‐aseismic transition during the earthquake cycle: Constraints from the time‐dependent depth distribution of aftershocks
F Rolandone, R Bürgmann, RM Nadeau
Geophysical Research Letters 31 (23), 2004
972004
Stress-dependent power-law flow in the upper mantle following the 2002 Denali, Alaska, earthquake
AM Freed, R Bürgmann, E Calais, J Freymueller
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 252 (3-4), 481-489, 2006
932006
Far‐reaching transient motions after Mojave earthquakes require broad mantle flow beneath a strong crust
AM Freed, R Bürgmann, T Herring
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (19), 2007
892007
Coulomb stress evolution in Northeastern Caribbean over the past 250 years due to coseismic, postseismic and interseismic deformation
A Syed Tabrez, AM Freed, E Calais, DM Manaker, WR McCann
Geophysical Journal International 174 (3), 904-918, 2008
792008
Probing the lithospheric rheology across the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau
MH Huang, R Bürgmann, AM Freed
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 396, 88-96, 2014
722014
Density profiles of oceanic slabs and surrounding mantle: Integrated thermodynamic and thermal modeling, and implications for the fate of slabs at the 660 km discontinuity
J Ganguly, AM Freed, SK Saxena
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 172 (3-4), 257-267, 2009
712009
Using short‐term postseismic displacements to infer the ambient deformation conditions of the upper mantle
AM Freed, G Hirth, MD Behn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B1), 2012
632012
Resolving depth-dependent subduction zone viscosity and afterslip from postseismic displacements following the 2011 Tohoku-oki, Japan earthquake
AM Freed, A Hashima, TW Becker, DA Okaya, H Sato, Y Hatanaka
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 459, 279-290, 2017
612017
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