Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Dennise Templeton

Research Staff
Atmospheric, Earth and Energy Division

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Ph.D. Geophysics
University of California at Berkeley
M.Sc. Geophysics
University of California at Berkeley
B.A. Geology and Geophysics
Rice University

Research Interests

Modeling the deformation of geomaterials surrounding underground manmade structures. Determining non-double-couple earthquake source components from seismic waveform data.

Recent Publications

Templeton, D. C., R. M. Nadeau, and R. Bürgmann, Distribution of postseismic slip on the Calaveras fault, California, following the 1984 M6.2 Morgan Hill earthquake, Earth Planet. Sci. Let. 277, 1-8 (2009).

Rolandone, F., R. Bürgmann , D. C. Agnew, I. A. Johanson, D. C. Templeton, M. A. d'Alessio, S. J. Titus, C. DeMets, and B. Tikoff, Aseismic slip and fault-normal strain along the central creeping section of the San Andreas fault, Geophys. Res. Lett. 35 L14305, doi:10.1029/2008GL034437 (2008).

Templeton, D. C., R. M. Nadeau, and R. Bürgmann, Behavior of repeating earthquake sequences in central California and the implications for subsurface fault creep, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am. 98, 52-65 (2008).

Templeton, D. C., and D. S. Dreger, Non-double-couple earthquakes in the Long Valley volcanic region, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am. 96, 69-79 (2006).

Henning, A., D. S. Sawyer, and D. C. Templeton, Exhumed upper mantle within the ocean-continent transition on the northern west Iberia margin: Evidence from prestack depth migration and total tectonic subsidence analysis, J. Geophys. Res. 109, B05103, doi:10.1029/2003JB002526 (2004).

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