Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
- Kuriyama, M.,T. Kumamoto, H. Sekiguchi, T. Iwata, 2008, Effects of the different earthquake magnitude estimates on strong ground motion simulation for a long active fault - In case of the northern and middle parts of the Itoigawa-Shizuoka tectonic line fault zone as a source fault -, Journal of Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science, (in press)
- Kumamoto, T., M. Fujita, Y. Shimohashi and M. Kuriyama, 2007, Application of logic-tree analysis to uncertainties in earthquake magnitude estimation for a long active fault system, Active Fault Research, 27, 95-111
Presentations at International Conferences
- Kuriyama, M., T. Kumamoto, K. Ishihara, Y. Futagami, and Y. Ikeda, 2004, Shallow Subsurface Geometry of Active Thrust Faults Along the Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line, Central Japan, Determined From Closely Spaced Gravity Survey and Fault Dislocation Model, 2004 AGU Fall Meeting, T11D-1285, POSTER.
- Kuriyama, M., T. Kumamoto, and M. Fujita, 2005, Ground Motion Simulation of a Large Active Fault System Using the Empirical Green's Function Method and the Strong Motion Prediction Recipe - Noubi Fault Zone Case Study and Future Predictions in the ISTL Fault System -, 2005 AGU Fall Meeting, S51D-1043, POSTER.
- Kuriyama, M., T. Iwata, and T. Kumamoto, 2007, Examination of Source Model Construction Methodologies for Multi-Segment-Coupling Ruptures in Long Active Fault Zone, IUGG 2007, POSTER.