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Title: Diapositiva 1


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Recent developments of the ISC Seimic Event
Bibliography
D. Di Giacomo and D. Storchak
www.isc.ac.uk/event_bibliography/index.php or htt
p//colossus.iris.washington.edu/event_bibliograph
y/index.php
IUGG 2015 Prague, Session S03
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Motivation
  • Seismologists often need to identify scientific
    articles related to specific seismic events that
    occurred at particular times or in specific
    regions.
  • Most advanced bibliographical searches such as
    Google Scholar would require them to type a text
    string containing a commonly used name for the
    earthquake or the region and date it occurred.
  • The search may need to be repeated several times
    to account for all possible transliterations of a
    place name in English, several different ways of
    specifying a date and a variety of names of the
    area where the earthquake has occurred.
  • The results then have to be merged and the
    unavoidable duplicates removed. The procedure is
    daunting and often leads to unstable results.

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ISC Event Bibliography What does it do?
  • Search for references of scientific publications
    associated with seismic events in the ISC
    Bulletin
  • Publications regard both natural and
    anthropogenic events
  • The link between references and seismic events
    within the ISC Bulletin allows users to perform
    an interactive search based on event parameters
    (location, time, magnitude, etc.) and/or
    publication parameters (author name, journal,
    year of publication, etc.).

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Example from the great Tohoku earthquake, 2011
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Content of the ISC Event Bibliography
  • As of June 2015, the ISC Event Bibliography
    includes over 17,000 papers associated to 14,200
    seismic events (natural or man-made)
  • The database covers about last 50 years of
    publications (from nearly 500 titles) relevant to
    seismic events also significant events in the
    first part of last century are included
  • Publications dealing with catalogues and/or
    large dataset in a specific region are not
    included
  • Most of the events are linked to one or two
    papers, few to some hundreds
  • Ongoing work to add missing references (Authors
    are encouraged to check for missing publications
    and contact us).

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Most referenced events
  • Not surprisingly, events with many references
    are in Japan, Euro-Mediterranean and U.S. West
    coast areas
  • Some events attracted the attention of many
    researches in various geoscience disciplines
    (with a few having several hundreds publications
    linked).

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First 20 Journals with more poublications
  • With rare exceptions, we include only
    publications with English title and abstract
  • We make no judgement of the quality of the
    articles.
  • Currently we follow 280 journals, not limited
    to seismology

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Various geoscience fields
  • The ISC Event Bibliography is not limited to
    publications in
  • Seismology
  • but also
  • Earthquake engineering
  • Tectonics
  • Structural geology
  • Geodesy
  • Remote sensing
  • Nuclear test monitoring
  • Tsunami and coastal studies
  • Landslides
  • Environmental studies
  • Hydrology
  • Geochemistry
  • Atmospheric sciences
  • Geomagnetism
  • etc.

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Submit a missing article
www.isc.ac.uk/event_bibliography/submit.php/
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Summary
  • We linked event parameters in the ISC Bulletin
    with publications dealing with specific seismic
    events (natural or man-made). This association
    allows user to perform interactive searches based
    on event parameters (location, time) and/or
    publication parameters (author, journal, year of
    publication)
  • Links to the ISC Bulletin data and, if available,
    to the paper abstract via the DOI or to the
    journal homepage
  • Articles describing catalogues and/or large
    datasets are not included
  • Ongoing work to find and add missing references
    authors are encouraged to let us know for missing
    papers by contacting us or using our submission
    form at www.isc.ac.uk/event_bibliography/submit.p
    hp/
  • The ISC Event Bibliography is multidisciplinary
    and is an attractive tool for researchers and
    students from different fields
  • This new ISC service is expected to facilitate
    the work of authors, reviewers and journal
    editors during the entire process of scientific
    article publication.

Visit www.isc.ac.uk/event_bibliography/index.php
or http//colossus.iris.washington.edu/event_bibli
ography/index.php
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