EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION IN CHINA – Monitoring Animal Behavior

Web www.drgeorgepc.com EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION IN CHINA – Monitoring Animal Behavior George Pararas Carayannis (Excerpts from Unpublished Manuscript) Introduction In order to reduce the risk of an earthquake and reduce and mitigate its effects, it is necessary to predict where and when a future, large earthquake may occur. For example, it would be important to know when […]

INSTABILITY OF KILAUEA VOLCANO’S SOUTHERN FLANK – EVALUATION OF MASS EDIFICE FAILURES, FLANK COLLAPSES AND POTENTIAL TSUNAMI GENERATION

INSTABILITY OF KILAUEA VOLCANO’S SOUTHERN FLANK – EVALUATION OF MASS EDIFICE FAILURES, FLANK COLLAPSES AND POTENTIAL TSUNAMI GENERATIONGeorge Pararas-CarayannisCopyright © 2005. All Rights Reserved Introduction Throughout Kilauea volcano’s geologic history there have been numerous mass edifice failures, collapses, and subsidence along its southern flank – some associated with earthquakes and local destructive tsunamis such as […]

FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO EXPLOSIVITY, STRUCTURAL FLANK INSTABILITIES, MASS EDIFICE FAILURES AND DEBRIS AVALANCHES OF VOLCANOES – Potential for Tsunami Generation

Web www.tsunamisociety.org FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO EXPLOSIVITY, STRUCTURAL FLANK INSTABILITIES, MASS EDIFICE FAILURES AND DEBRIS AVALANCHES OF VOLCANOES – Potential for Tsunami Generation George Pararas-Carayannis Excerpts from presentation at the 2004 National Science Foundation Tsunami Workshop in San Juan, Puerto Rico , from other papers published in SCIENCE OF TSUNAMI HAZARDS, http://www.TSUNAMISOCIETY.ORG and from other publications […]

VOLCANIC TSUNAMI GENERATING SOURCE MECHANISMS IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN REGION

VOLCANIC TSUNAMI GENERATING SOURCE MECHANISMS IN THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN REGIONGeorge Pararas-CarayannisBased on a presentation made at the 2004 National Science Foundation Tsunami Workshop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and paper published in the Journal of Tsunami Hazards, Volume 22, Number 2. 2004 http://www.STHJOURNAL.ORGABSTRACT Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, volcanic island flank failures and underwater slides have generated […]

TSUNAMIS OF VOLCANIC ORIGIN IN THE LESSER ANTILLES ISLANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN 

TSUNAMIS OF VOLCANIC ORIGIN IN THE LESSER ANTILLES ISLANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN George Pararas-CarayannisExcerpts from a presentation at the 2004 National Science Foundation Tsunami Workshop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, from other papers published in the Journal of Tsunami Hazards, http://www.STHJOURNAL.ORG and from other publications and review of the literature.INTRODUCTION Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, volcanic island flank […]

EARTHQUAKES AND TSUNAMIS OF DECEMBER 1812 IN SANTA BARBARA,  CALIFORNIA 

EARTHQUAKES AND TSUNAMIS OF DECEMBER 1812 IN SANTA BARBARA,  CALIFORNIA  George Pararas-Carayannis(Excerpts from a study of historical tsunamis in California undertaken under contract with Marine Advisors, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Agency and the U. S. Army Coastal Engineering Research Center in connection with the licencing of the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant and subsequent licencing […]

EFFECTS OF THE 27 MARCH 1964 ALASKA TSUNAMI IN CALIFORNIA

EFFECTS OF THE 27 MARCH 1964 ALASKA TSUNAMI IN CALIFORNIA George Pararas-CarayannisIntroduction The Great Alaskan Earthquake of 28 March 1964 (UTC date – 27 March local date)) generated a great tsunami which was extremely damaging, not only in Alaska but along Vancouver Island and Northern California. The tsunami waves affected the entire California coastline but […]

MEGA-TSUNAMI OF 9 JULY 1958 IN LITUYA BAY, ALASKA – Analysis of Mechanism

MEGA  TSUNAMI OF 9 JULY 1958 IN LITUYA BAY, ALASKA Analysis of Mechanism George Pararas-Carayannis Excerpts from Presentation at the Tsunami Symposium of Tsunami Society of May 25-27, 1999, in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA © 1999 George Pararas-Carayannis – All Rights Reserved INTRODUCTION On July 9, 1958, a large earthquake along the Fairweather Fault struck Southeastern […]

EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI OF 15 OCTOBER 2006 IN HAWAII

EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI OF 15 OCTOBER 2006 IN HAWAII   George Pararas-Carayannis INTRODUCTION  In the morning of October 15, 2006, two strong earthquakes occurred on the underwater segment of the major rift zone of the Hualalai volcano on the Northwest side of the Island of Hawaii. The earthquakes affected mostly the North Kona and the […]