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                              James N. Brune


 1. Brune, J.N. and J. Oliver (1959):  The seismic noise of the
    earth's surface; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 49, 349-353.

 2. Brune, J.N., J.E. Nafe, and J.E. Oliver (1960):  A simplified
    method for the analysis and synthesis of dispersed wave
    trains; J. Geophys. Res., 65, 287-304.

 3. Nafe, J.E. and J.N. Brune (1960):  Observations of phase
    velocity for Rayleigh waves in the period range 100 to 400
    seconds; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 50, 427-439.

 4. Brune, J.N. (1961):  Radiation pattern of Rayleigh waves from
    the southeast Alaska earthquake of 10 July 1958; Symposium on
    Earthquake Mechanism, Domin. Observ., 24, 1-11.

 5. Brune, J., M. Ewing, and J. Kuo (1961):  Group and phase
    velocities for Rayleigh waves of period greater than 380
    seconds; Science, 133, 757.

 6. Brune, J.N., J.E. Nafe and L.E. Alsop (1961):  The polar phase
    shift of surface waves on a sphere; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 51,
    247-257.

 7. Brune, J.N., H. Benioff, and M. Ewing (1961):  Long-period
    surface waves from the Chilean earthquake of May 22, 1960,
    recorded on linear strain seismographs; J. Geophys. Res., 66,
    2895-2910.

 8. Brune, J.N. (1962):  Attenuation of dispersed wave trains;
    Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 52, 109-112.

 9. Kuo, J.T., J. Brune, and M. Major (1962):  Rayleigh wave
    dispersion in the Pacific Ocean for the period range 20 to 140
    seconds; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 52, 333-357.

10. Brune, J.N. (1962):  Correction of initial phase measurements
    for the southeast Alaska earthquake of July 10, 1958 and for
    certain nuclear explosions; J. Geophys. Res., 67, 3643-3644.

11.      Ewing, M., J. Brune, and J. Kuo (1962):  Surface wave studies
         of the Pacific crust and mantle; Crust of the Pacific Basin,
         Geophys. Monog. 6.

12. Brune, J.N. and J. Dorman (1963):  Seismic waves and earth
    structure in the Canadian Shield; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 53,
    167-210.

13. Brune, J., A. Espinosa and J. Oliver (1963):  Relative
    excitation of surface waves by earthquakes and underground
    explosions in the California-Nevada region.  J. Geophys. Res.,
    68, 3501-3513.

14. Brune, J.N. and P.W. Pomeroy (1963):  Surface wave radiation
    patterns for underground nuclear explosions and small
    magnitude earthquakes; J. Geophys. Res., 68, 5005-5028.

15. Brune, J.N. (1964):  Travel times, body waves, and normal
    modes of the earth; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 54, 2099-2128.

16. Chander, R. and J.N. Brune (1965):  Radiation pattern of
    mantle Rayleigh waves and the source mechanism of the Hindu
    Kush earthquake of July 6, 1962; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 55,
    805-819.

17. Alsop, L.E. and J.N. Brune (1965):  Observation of free
    oscillations excited by a deep earthquake; J. Geophys. Res.,
    70, 6165-6174.

18. Brune, J.N. (1965):  The Sa phase from the Hindu Kush
    earthquake of July 6, 1962; Pageoph, 62, 81-95.

19.      Brune, J.N. (1966):  P and S wave travel times and spheroidal
         normal modes of a homogenous sphere;  J. Geophys. Res., 71,
         2959-2965.

20. Oliver, J., A. Ryall, J. Brune, and D.B. Slemmons (1966): 
    Microearthquake activity recorded by portable seismographs of
    high sensitivity; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 56, 899-924.

21. Liebermann, R.C., C.Y. King, J.N. Brune, and P.W. Pomeroy
    (1966):  Excitation of surface waves by the underground
    nuclear explosion long shot; J. Geophys. Res., 71, 4333-4339.

22. Brune, J.N. and C.R. Allen (1964):  A micro-earthquake survey
    of the San Andreas fault system in southern California; Bull.
    Seism. Soc. Am., 57, 277-296.

23. Brune, J.N. and C.R. Allen (1964):  A low-stress drop, low-
    magnitude earthquake with surface faulting:  the Imperial,
    California earthquake of March 4, 1966; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.,
    57, 501-514.

24. Wyss, M. and J.N. Brune (1967):  The Alaska earthquake of 28
    March 1964:  a complex multiple rupture; Bull. Seism. Soc.
    Am., 57, 1017-1023.

25. Brune, J.N. and C.Y. King (1967):  Excitation of mantle
    Rayleigh waves of period 100 seconds as a function of
    magnitude; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 57, 1355-1365.

26. Brune, J.N. (1968):  Seismic moment, seismicity, and rate of
    slip along major fault zones; J. Geophys. Res., 73, 777-784.

27. Allen, C.R., A. Grantz, J.N. Brune, M.M. Clark, R.V. Sharp,
    T.G. Theodore, E.W. Wolf, and M. Wyss (1968):  The Borrego
    Mountain, California, earthquake of April 9, 1968:  a
    preliminary report; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 53,  1183-1186.

28. Wyss, M. and J.N. Brune (1968):  Seismic moment, stress, and
    source dimensions for earthquakes in the California-Nevada
    region; J. Geophys. Res., 73, 4681-4694.

29. Brune, J.N. (1969):  Regional variations in the structure of
    the upper mantle and the propagation of the Sa phase,
    continental margins and island arcs; Upper Mantle Committee
    Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, 1965, GSC Paper 66-15.

30. Brune, J.N. (1969):  Surface waves and crustal structure; The
    Earth's Crust and Upper Mantle, Geophys. Monog., 13, 230-242.

31. Brune, J.N. and G.R. Engen (1969):  Excitation of mantle Love
    waves and definition of mantle wave magnitude; Bull. Seism.
    Soc. Am., 59, 923-933.

32. Brune, J.N., T.L. Henyey, and R.F. Roy (1969):  Heat flow,
    stress, and rate of slip along the San Andreas fault,
    California; J. Geophys. Res., 74, 3821-3827.

33. Thatcher, W. and J.N. Brune (1969):  Higher mode interference
    and observed anomalous apparent Love wave phase velocities; J.
    Geophys. Res., 74, 6603-6611.

34. Trifunac, M.D. and J.N. Brune (1970):  Complexity of energy
    release during the Imperial Valley, California, earthquake of
    1940; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 60, 137-160.

35. Anderson, D.L., C.B. Archambeau, J.N. Brune, C.F. Richter, and
    S.W. Smith (1970):  Earthquakes and nuclear detonations;
    Science, 167, 1011-1012.

36. Arabasz, W.J., J.N. Brune, and G.R. Engen (1970):  Locations
    of small earthquakes near the trifurcation of the San Jacinto
    fault southeast of Anza, California; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.,
    60, 617-627.

37. Brune, J.N. (1970):  Tectonic stress and the spectra of
    seismic shear waves from earthquakes; J. Geophys. Res., 75,
    4997-5009.

38. Lomnitz, C., F. Mooser, C.R. Allen, J.N. Brune, and W.
    Thatcher (1970):  Seismicity and tectonics of the northern
    Gulf of California region, Mexico:  Preliminary results;
    Geofis. Int., 10, 37-48.

39. Brune, J.N. (1971):  Seismic sources, fault plane studies and
    tectonics; EOS, 52, 178-187.

40. Thatcher, W. and J.N. Brune (1971):  Seismic study of an
    oceanic ridge earthquake swarm in the Gulf of California;
    Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 22, 473-489.

41. Prothero, W., J. Dratler, J. Brune, and B. Block (1971): 
    Surface wave detection with a broad band accelerometer;
    Nature, 231, 80-81.

42. Davies, G.F. and J.N. Brune (1971):  Regional and global fault
    slip rates from seismicity; Nature, 229, 101-107.

43. Wyss, M. and J.N. Brune (1971):  Regional variations of source
    properties in southern California estimated from the ratio of
    short-to-long period amplitudes; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 61,
    1153-1167.

44. Prothero, W.A. and J.N. Brune (1971):  A suitcase seismic
    recording system; in Letters to the Editor, Bull. Seism. Soc.
    Am., 61, 1849-1852.

45. McKenzie, D. and J.N. Brune (1972):  Melting on fault planes
    during large earthquakes; Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 29, 65-78.

46. Oldenburg, D.W. and J.N. Brune (1972):  Ridge transform fault
    spreading pattern in freezing wax; Science, 178, 301-304.

47. Allen, C.R., M. Wyss, J.N. Brune, A. Grantz, and R.E. Wallace
    (1972):  Displacements on the Imperial, Superstition Hills and
    San Andreas faults triggered by the Borrego Mountain
    earthquake; U.S.G.S. Prof. Paper 787, 87-104.

48. Brune, J.N., S. de la Cruz, H. Bradner, C. Villegas, I. Reid,
    M. Reichle, A. Nava, M. Lozada, and P. Silva (1972): 
    Earthquakes in the Gulf of California recorded using land-
    based recordings of moored hydrophone arrays; Geofis. Int. 12,
    201-212.

49. Tucker, B.E. and J.N. Brune (1973):  Seismograms, S-wave
    spectra and source parameters for aftershocks of the San
    Fernando earthquake; in San Fernando, California earthquake of
    February 9, 1971, NOAA Special Report.

50. Reid, I., M. Reichle, J. Brune, and H. Bradner (1973): 
    Microearthquake studies using sonobuoys: preliminary results
    from the Gulf of California; Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 34,
    365-379.

51. Molnar, P., B.E. Tucker, and J.N. Brune (1973):  Corner
    frequencies of P and S waves and models of earthquake sources;
    Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 63, 2091-2104.

52. Gilbert, F., A. Dziewonski, and J. Brune (1973):  An
    informative solution to a  seismological inverse problem;
    Proc. Nat. Acad. Science, USA, 70, 1410-1413.

53. Thatcher, W. and J.N. Brune (1973):  Surface waves and crustal
    structure in the Gulf of California region; Bull. Seism. Soc.
    Am., 63, 1689-1698.

54. Brune, J.N. (1973):  Earthquake modeling by stick-slip along
    pre-cut surfaces in stressed foam rubber; Bull. Seism. Soc.
    Am., 63, 2105-2119.

55. Brune, J.N. and C. Lomnitz (1974):  Recent seismological
    development relating to earthquake hazard; Geofis. Int., 14,
    49-63.

56. Brune, J.N. and F. Gilbert (1974):  Torsional overtone
    dispersion from correlation of S waves to SS waves, Bull.
    Seism. Soc. Am., 64, 313-320.

57. Bradner, H. and J.N. Brune (1974):  The use of sonobuoys in
    determining hypocenters of aftershocks of the February 21,
    1973 Pt. Magu earthquake; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 64, 99-101.

58. Brune, J.N. (1974):  Current status of understanding quasi-
    permanent fields associated with earthquakes, EOS, 55, 820-
    827.

59. Oldenburg, D.W. and J.N. Brune (1975):  An explanation for the
    orthogonality of ocean ridges and transform faults; J.
    Geophys. Res., 80, 2575-2585.

60. Reyes, A., J. Brune, L. Canales, J. Madrid, J. Rebollar, L.
    MunguĦa, and T. Baker (1975):  A microearthquake survey of the
    San Miguel fault, Baja California, Mexico; Geophys. Res.
    Lttrs., 2, 56-59.

61. Brune, J.N. (1976):  The physics of earthquake strong motion,
    in C. Lomnitz and E. Rosenblueth, eds.; Seismic Risk and
    Engineering Decisions, Elsevier Sci, Publ. Co., New York, 141-
    177.

62. Brune, J.N., C. Lomnitz, C. Allen, F. Mooser, F. Lehner, and
    A. Reyes (1976):  A permanent seismograph array around the
    Gulf of California; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 66, 969-978.

63. Archuleta, R.J. and J.N. Brune (1975):  Surface strong motion
    associated with a stick-slip event in a foam rubber model of
    earthquakes; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 66, 1059-1071.

64. Tucker, B.E. and J.N. Brune (1977):  Source mechanism and mb -
    Ms analysis of aftershocks of the San Fernando earthquake;
    Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 49, 371-426. 

65. Reichle, M.S., G.F. Sharman, and J.N. Brune (1976).  Sonobuoy
    and teleseismic study of two Gulf of California transform
    fault earthquake sequences; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 66, 1623-
    1641.

66. Prothero, W.A., I. Reid, M.S. Reichle, and J.N. Brune (1976): 
    Ocean-bottom seismic measurements on the east Pacific rise and
    Rivera fracture zone; Nature, 262, 121-124.

67. Sharman, G.F., M.S. Reichle, and J.N. Brune (1976):  Detailed
    study of relative plate motion in the Gulf of California;
    Geology, 206-210.

68. Hartzell, S.H. and J.N. Brune (1977):  Source parameters for
    the January, 1975 Brawley - Imperial Valley earthquake swarm;
    Pageoph, 115, 333-355.

69. Brune, J.N. (1977):  Q of shear waves estimated from S - SS
    spectral ratios; Geophys. Res. Lttrs., 4, 179-181.

70. Hartzell, S.H., G.A. Frazier and J.N. Brune (1978): 
    Earthquake modeling in a homogenous half-space; Bull. Seism.
    Soc. Am., 68, 301-316.

71. Priestley, K. and J. Brune (1978):  Surface waves and the
    structure of the Great Basin of Nevada and western Utah; J.
    Geophys. Res., 83, 2265-2272.

72. MunguĦa, L., M. Reichle, A. Reyes, R. Simons and J. Brune
    (1977):  Aftershocks of the 8 July 1975 Canal de Las Ballenas,
    Gulf of California, Earthquake; Geophys. Res. Lttrs., 4, 507-
    509.

73. Brune, J.N. (1979):  Implications of earthquake triggering and
    rupture propagation for earthquake prediction based on
    premonitory phenomena; J. Geophys. Res., 84, 2195-2198.

74. Brune, J.N., R.J. Archuleta and S.H. Hartzell (1979):  Far-
    field S-wave spectra, corner frequencies, and pulse shapes; J.
    Geophys. Res., 84,, 2262-2272.

75. Hartzel, S.H., J.N. Brune, and J. Prince (1978):  The October
    6, 1974 Acapulco earthquake:  An example of the importance of
    short period surface waves in strong ground motion; Bull.
    Seism. Soc. Am., 68, 1663-1677.

76. Tucker, B., J. King, K. Aki, J. Brune, I. Nersesov, W.
    Prothero, G. Shpilker and G. Self (1979):  A preliminary
    report on a study of the seismic response of three sediment-
    filled valleys in the Garm region of the USSR; Proc. 2nd
    Int'l. Conf. on Micronization for safer Construction Research
    and Application, San Francisco, California, November 26 -
    December 1, 1041-1062.

77. Reyes, A., J.N. Brune, and C. Lomnitz (1979):  Source
    mechanism and aftershock study of the Colima, Mexico
    earthquake of January 10, 1973; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 69,
    1819-1840.

78. Hartzell, S.H. and J.N. Brune (1979):  The Horse Canyon
    earthquake of August 2, 1975 - two stage stress release
    process in a strike-slip earthquake; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.,
    69, 1161-1173.

79.      Brune, J.N. (1979):  Cooperative seismic studies in Mexico;
         invited paper, Interciencia/AAAS Symposium, Houston, Texas,
         January 3-8.

80.      Brune, J.N., R.S. Simons, F. Vernon, L. Canales, and A. Reyes
         (1980):  Digital seismic event recorders: description and
         examples from the San Jacinto Fault, the Imperial fault, the
         Cerro Prieto fault, and the Oaxaca, Mexico subduction fault;
         Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 70, 1395-1408.

81.      Albores, A., A. Reyes, J. Brune, J. Gonzalez, L. Garcilazo and
         F. Suarez (1978):  Seismicity studies in the region of the
         Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field; Proc. of the 1st Symposium on
         the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, September 20-22, San Diego,
         California, 228-238.

82.      MunguĦa, L., J.N. Brune, A. Reyes, J. Gonzalez, R. Simons, and
         F. Vernon (1978):  Digital seismic event recorder records and
         spectra for aftershocks of the November 29, 1978 Oaxaca
         earthquake; Geofis. Int., 17, 359-366.

83.      Brune, J.N., R.S. Simons, C. Rebollar, and A. Reyes (1979): 
         Seismicity and faulting in northern Baja California;
         Geological Hazards in the San Diego Area, 1979 National
         Geological Society of America Field Trip Guidebook, November
         5-8, San Diego, California.

84.      Pakiser, L.C. and J.N. Brune (1980):  Seismic models of the
         roots of the Sierra Nevada; Science, 210, 1088-1094.

85.      Priestley, K., J.A. Orcutt, and J.N. Brune (1980):  Higher
         mode surface waves and the structure of the Great Basin of
         Nevada and western Utah; J. Geophys. Res., 85, 7166-7174.

86.      Brune, J.N., F.L. Vernon III, R. Simons, J. Prince, and E.
         Mena (1982):  Strong motion data recorded in Mexico; in
         U.S.G.S. professional paper 1254, The Imperial Valley,
         California earthquake of October 15, 1979, U.S. Geol. Survey,
         Menlo Park, California.

87.      Nava, F.A. and J.N. Brune (1982):  An earthquake-explosion
         reversed refraction line in the Peninsular Ranges of southern
         California and Baja California Norte; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.,
         72, 1195-1206.

88.      Nava, F.A. and J.N. Brune (1983):  Source mechanism and
         surface wave excitation for two earthquakes in northern Baja
         California, Mexico; Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 73, 739-763.

89.      Reichle, M.S., K. Priestley, J. Brune, and J.A. Orcutt (1978): 
         The 1978 Oaxaca earthquake source mechanism analysis from
         digital data; Geofis. Int., 17, 295-301.

90.      Chavez, D., J. Gonzalez, A. Reyes, M. Medina, C. Duarte, J.N.
         Brune, F. Vernon, R. Simons, L.K. Hutton, P.T. German and C.E.
         Johnson (1982):  Mainshock location and magnitude
         determination using combined U.S. and Mexican data; in the
         U.S.G.S. Prof. Paper 1254, The Imperial Valley, California
         earthquake of October 15, 1979, U.S. Geol. Survey, Menlo Park,
         California.

91.      Reyes, A., J. Gonzalez, L. MunguĦa, A. Nava, F. Vernon, and
         J.N. Brune (1978):  Locations of aftershocks of the Oaxaca
         earthquake using smoked paper recorders and digital event
         recorders; Geofis. Int., 17, 341-357.

92.      King, J.L, and J.N. Brune (1981):  Modeling the seismic
         response of sedimentary basins; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 71,
         1469-1487.

93.      Singh, S.K., R.J. Apsel, J. Fried, and J.N. Brune (1982): 
         Spectral attenuation of SH-waves along the Imperial fault;
         Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 72, 2003-2016.

94.      Priestley, K. and J.N. Brune (1982):  Shear wave structure of
         the southern volcanic plateau of Oregon and Idaho, and the
         northern Great Basin of Nevada from surface wave dispersion;
         J. Geophys. Res., 87, 2671-2675.

95.      Mendoza, L., A. Reyes, M.S. Reichle, and J.N. Brune (1979): 
         La geofĦsica del Golfo de California, una revisĦon; Proc. Seis
         Simposia Cieutifica IV, El Golfo de California:  Origen,
         evolucion, aguas, vida marina y recursos, November 1979,
         Mazatlan, Mexico.

96.      MunguĦa, L. and J.N. Brune (1984):  High stress drop events in
         the Victoria, B.C., Mexico, earthquake swarm of 1978 March;
         Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 76, 725-752.

97.      Priestley, Keith F. and James N. Brune (1982):  Shear wave
         structure of the southern volcanic plateau of Oregon and Idaho
         and the northern Great Basin of Nevada from surface wave
         dispersion; J. Geophys. Res., 87, No. B4, 2671-2675.

98.      Anderson, J.G., J.N. Brune, J. Prince, and F.L. Vernon III
         (1983):  Preliminary report on the use of digital strong
         motion recorders in the Mexicali Valley, Baja California;
         Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 73, 1451-1468.

99. Anderson, J.G., J. Prince, J.N. Brune, and R.S. Simons (1982): 
    Strong motion accelerograms; in J.G. Anderson and R.S. Simons,
    eds., The Mexicali Valley earthquake of 9 June 1980, EERI
    Newsletter, 16, 79-83.

100.     Prince, J., E. Mena, I. Mora, J. Brune, L. Alonso, F. Vernon
         (1982):  Observations of damage and intensity; in J>G>
         Anderson and R.S. Simons, eds., The Mexicali Valley Earthquake
         of 9 June 1980, EERI Newsletter, 16, 87-93.

101.     MunguĦa, L. and J.N. Brune (1984):  Local magnitude and
         sediment amplification observations from earthquakes in the
         northern Baja California - southern California region; Bull.
         Seism. Soc. Am., 74, 107-120.

102.     MunguĦa, L. and J.N. Brune (1984):  Simulations of strong
         ground motions for earthquakes in Mexicali-Imperial Valley;
         Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 79, 747-771.

103.     Brune, J.N. (1984):  Preliminary results on topographic
         seismic amplification effect on a foam rubber model of the
         topography near Pacoima Dam; in Proceedings 8th World Conf. on
         Earthquake Eng., July 21-28, San Francisco, California, V. II,
         663-670.

104.     Berger, J., L.N. Baker, J.N. Brune, J.B. Fletcher, T.C. Hanks,
         and F.L. Vernon (1984):  The Anza array:  a high dynamic-
         range, broad-band, digitally radio-telemetered seismic array;
         Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 74, 1469-1682.

105.     Brune, J.N., R. Annoshehpoor, R. Loveberg, and L.Wang (1985): 
         Topographic seismic amplifications and dam-foundation
         interaction effect on a foam rubber model near Pacoima Dam; in
         R. Scholl and J.E. King, eds., Proceedings:  Strong Ground
         Motion Simulation and Earthquake Engineering, Earthquake Eng.
         Res. Inst. and Electric Power Res. Institute, Palo Alto,
         California, 26-1 to 26-8.

106.     MunguĦa, L. and J.N. Brune (1985):  Simulations of strong
         ground motions for earthquakes in the Mexicali-Imperial Valley
         Region; in R. Scholl and J.E. Kings, eds., Proceedings: 
         Strong Ground Motion Simulation and Earthquake Engineering,
         Earthquake Eng. Res. Inst. and Electric Power Res. Institute,
         Palo Alto, California, 21-1 to 21-19. 

107.     Fletcher, J., L. Baker, T.C. Hanks, F. Vernon III, J. Berger
         and J. Brune (1984):  Seismicity and source parameters from
         the digital array at Anza, California; in Proc. 8th World
         Conf. Earthquake Engineering, July 21-28, San Francisco,
         California, 215-222.

108.     Brune, J.N. and D.D. Singh (1986):  Continent-like crustal
         thickness beneath the Bay of Bengal sediments; Bull. Seism.
         Soc. Am., 76, 191-204.

109.     Brune, J.N., J. Fletcher, F. Vernon, L. Haar, T. Hanks and J.
         Berger (1985):  Low stress-drop earthquakes in the light of
         new data from the Anza, California telemetered digital array;
         in Earthquake Source Mechanics, Geophys. Monog. 37, (M. Ewing
         V. 6), Amer. Geophys. Union, Washington, D.C.  237-246.

110.     Fletcher, J., L. Haar, T. Hanks, F. Vernon, J. Berger, and J.
         Brune (1985):  The digital array at Anza, California: 
         Processing and initial interpretation of source parameters; J.
         Geophys. Res., 92, No. B1, 369-382.

111.     Priestley, K.F., J.N. Brune, and J.G. Anderson (1985): 
         Surface wave excitation and source mechanism of Mammoth Lakes,
         California earthquakes; J. Geophys. Res. 90:B13, 11,177-
         11,185.

112.     Fletcher, J.B., L.C. Haar, F.L. Vernon, J.N. Brune, T.C.
         Hanks, and J. Berger (1985):  The effects of attenuation on
         the scaling of source parameters for earthquakes at Anza,
         California; in Earthquake Source Mechanics, Geophys. Monog.
         37, (M. Ewing V. 6), Amer. Geophys. Union, Washington, D.C.
         331-338.

113.     Anderson, J.G., P. Bodin, J.N. Brune, J. Prince, and S.K.
         Singh (1985):  Strong ground motion from the Michoacan,
         Mexico, earthquake; Science 233, 1043-1049.

114.     Fletcher, J., L. Haar, T. Hanks, L. Baker, F. Vernon, J.
         Berger and J. Brune (1987):  The digital array at Anza,
         California: Processing and initial interpretation of source
         parameters,  Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 369-382.

115.     Frankel, A., J. Fletcher, F. Vernon, L. Haar, J. Berger, T.
         Hanks, and J. Brune (1987):  Rupture characteristics and
         tomographic source imaging of ML~3 earthquakes near Anza,
         Southern California; J. Geophysics Rsch., Vol 91, No. B12,
         12,633-12,650.

116.     Anderson, J.G., J.N. Brune, J. Prince, E. Mena, P. Bodin, M.
         Onate, R. Quaas, and S.K. Singh (1987):  Aspects of strong
         motion from the Michoacan, Mexico earthquake of September 19,
         1985; Proceed. of 18th Joint Meeting on Wind and Seismic
         Effects, Washington, D.C., May 12-14, 1986.
    Also submitted to EERI Report on Mexico Earthquake.
    Also submitted to ASCE Conference on Mexico Earthquake, Mexico
    City 9/86 8th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering Symposium in
    Roorkee, India December 1986. Vol. 1, 1-22.

117.     Berger, J., J.N. Brune, P.A. Bodin, J.S. Gomberg, D.M. Carrel,
         K.F. Priestley, D.E. Chavez, C.B. Archambeau, T.B. Cocran,
         I.L. Nersesov, O. Stolyrov, S. Daragen, N. Tarassov, Y.
         Sutelov (1987):  A New U.S.-U.S.S.R. Seismological Program;
         EOS, February 24, 1987, 105.

118.     Gomberg, J.S., K.F. Priestley, T.G. Masters and J.N. Brune
         (1988):  The structure of the crust and upper mantel of
         northern Mexico; Geophysical Journal, 94, 1-20.

119.     Walter, W.R., J.N. Brune, K.F. Priestley, J.B. Fletcher
         (1988):  Observations of high frequency P-wave earthquake and
         explosion spectra compared with W-3, W-2 and Sharpe source
         models; J. of Geophysical Research, Vol. 93, No. B6, 6318-
         6324.

120.     Anooshehpoor, A., J.N. Brune, and R.H. Loveberg (1988):  Foam
         rubber modeling of soil-structure interaction; Proceedings of
         the Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics Conference 2. 
         Sponsored by the Amer. Soc. of Engineers Geotechnical
         Engineering Division, June 27-30, 1988, p. 218-232. 

121.     Brune, J.N. and A. Anooshehpoor (1988).  Soil-structure
         interaction and source mechanism for the El Centro 1940
         earthquake; in Proceedings of the CCNAA-AIT Joint Seminar on
         Research and Application for Multiple Hazards Mitigation,
         Taipei, April 1988.

122.     MunguĦa, L., J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune (1988):  The Cerro
         Prieto earthquake of February 6, 1987; Cal. Dept. of
         Conservation, Div. of Mines and Geol. Offc. of Strong Motion
         Studies, Report OSMS 87-04, 1-14.

123.     Hough, S.E., J.G. Anderson, J. Brune, F. Vernon, III, J.
         Berger, J. Fletcher, L. Haar, T. Hanks, and L. Baker (1988): 
         Attenuation Near Anza, California; Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 78,
         No. 2, pp 672-691.

124.     Brune, J.N. and K. Priestley (1989):  Recent developments in
         the study of seismic techniques for monitoring a nuclear test
         ban; Physics News in 1988, American Institute of Physics, v.
         42, no. 1, 48-49.

125.     Gomberg, J., K. Priestley, J. Brune (1989): The compressional
         velocity of the crust and upper mantle of northern Mexico and
         the border region; Bull. Seis. Soc. Am. vo. 79, pp 1496-1519. 

126.     Brune, J.N. and K. Priestley (1989):  Anomalous crustal
         structure beneath the Bay of Bengal and passive oceanic
         sedimentary basins; in Proceedings of Indian Academy of
         Sciences, vol. 98, pp 25-30.

127.     Bolt, B. and J.N. Brune (1989):  The importance of strong
         motion seismology in India; in Proceedings of Indian Academy
         of Sciences, Vol. 98, pp 125-132.

128.     Brune, J.N. (1989): A perspective on seismology in India;
         invited editorial Proceedings of Indian Academy of Sciences,
         Vol. 98 pp 1-5.

129.     Anooshehpoor, A., J.N. Brune (1989):  Foam rubber modeling of
         topographic and dam interaction effects at Pacoima Dam,
         Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, vol. 79, pp
         1347-1360.

130.     Smith, K.D., J.N. Brune, K.F. Priestley (1989): Seismic
         energy, spectra and the Savage Wood inequality for complex
         earthquakes; Proceed. of the Hundredth Anniversary of the
         Berkeley Seismograph Station, published Dec. 1989. 

131.     Anderson, J.G. and J.N. Brune (1991): The Victoria
         accelerogram for the 1980 Mexicali Valley Earthquake, EERI:
         Earthquake Spectra, Vol. 7 pp 29-43.

132.     Brune, J.N. and A. Anooshehpoor (1991): Foam rubber modeling
         of the El Centro terminal substation building, EERI:
         Earthquake Spectra, Vol. 7 pp 45-79.

133.     Brune, J.N. and A. Anooshehpoor (1991): Foam rubber modeling
         of the Lotung large-scale seismic experiment, Earthquake
         Spectra, Vol. 7 pp 165-178.

134.     Brune, J.N., 1991, Seismic Source Dynamics, Radiation and
         Stress, Review of Geophysics, Supplement, IUGG 1987-1990, 688-
         699.

135.     Smith, K.D., J.N. Brune and K.F. Priestley, 1991, The seismic
         spectrum, radiated energy, and the Savage and Wood inequality
         for complex earthquakes, Tectonophysics, 188, 303-320.

136.     Castro, R.R., J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune, 1991:  Origin of High
         P/S Spectral Ratios From the Guerrero Accelerograph Array,
         Bull. Seis. Soc. of Amer., vol. 81, no. 6, 2268-2288.

137.     Brune, J.N., P. Johnson, and C. Slater (1990): Nucleation,
         Predictability, and Rupture Mechanism in Foam Rubber Models of
         Earthquakes, J. Himalayan Geology, Vol. 1(2), 155-166.

138.     Brune, J.N., W. Nicks and A. Aburto, (1992):  Microearthquakes
         at Yucca Mt., Nevada,  Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am. vol. 82, no. 1,
         164-174.

139.     Brune, J.N., J. Curray, L. Dorman and R. Raitt, (1992): A
         Proposed Super-thick Sedimentary Basin, Bay of Bengal, 
         Geophys. Res. Letts. vol. 19, no. 6, 565-568.

140.     Castro, R.R., J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune, 1992:  P and S-Wave
         Displacements From Kinematic Dislocation Models. Bull. Seis.
         Soc. of Amer., vol. 82, no. 4, 1910-1926. 

141.     Brune, James N., 1993. The Seismic Hazard at Tehri Dam, 
         Proceedings of the International Workshop: "New Horizons in
         Strong Motion: Seismic Studies and Engineering Practice,"
         Santiago, June 4-7, 1991, Tectonophysics, 218, 281-286.

142.     Brune, J.N., S. Brown and P. Johnson, 1993. Rupture mechanism
         and interface separation in foam rubber models of earthquakes: 
         a possible solution to the heat flow paradox and the paradox
         of large overthrusts.  Proceedings of the International
         Workshop: "New Horizons in Strong Motion: Seismic Studies and
         Engineering Practice," Santiago, June 4-7, 1991,
         Tectonophysics, 218, 59-67.

143.     Walter, William R. and James N. Brune, 1993.  The Spectra of
         Seismic Radiation from a Tensile Crack.  J.Geophys. Res.  vol.
         98, no. B3, 4449-4459.

144.     Anderson, J.G., J. Brune, et al., 1993.  Preliminary Report:
         The Little Skull Mountain Earthquake, June 29, 1992,
         Proceedings sponsored by the Structural Division/ASCE held
         August 19-20, 1992, in San Francisco, CA., 162-175.

145.     Hill, D.P., P.A. Reasenberg, A. Michael, W.J. Arabaz, G.
         Beroza, D. Brumbaugh, J.N. Brune, et al., 1993. Seismicity
         Remotely Triggered by the Magnitude 7.3 Landers, California,
         Earthquake, Science, vol. 260 1617-1623. 

146.     Anderson,J.G.,J.N.Brune,J.Louie, Y. Zeng, M. Savage, G. Yu, Q.
         Chen, D. dePolo, 1994.  Seismicity in the western Great Basin
         apparently triggered by the Landers, California earthquake,
         June 28, 1992, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer. vol. 84, no 3, 863-
         891.

147.     Abercrombie, R.E. and J.N. Brune, 1994, Evidence for a 
         Constant b-Value Above Magnitude 0 in the Southern San
         Andreas, San Jacinto and San Miguel Fault Zones, and at the
         Long Valley Caldera, California, Geophys. Res. Letts., vol 21,
         no. 15, 1647-1650, July 15, 1994.  

148.     Savage, M.K., L. Li, J.P. Eaton, C.H. Jones and J.N. Brune,
         1994, Earthquake refraction profiles of the root of the Sierra
         Nevada, Tectonics, vol. 13, no. 4, 803-817, Aug. 1994.

149.     Anooshehpoor, A., and J.N. Brune, 1994.  Frictional Heat
         Generation and Seismic Radiation in a Foam Rubber Model of
         Earthquakes, accepted for publication in the special issue of
         PAGEOPH on Rock Friction, Faulting and Earthquake Mechanics,
         vol. 142, no.3/4, 735-747.

150.     Anderson, J.G., J. Brune, J. Prince, R. Quaas, S.K. Singh, D.
         Almora, P. Bodin, M. Onate, R. Vasquez and J.M. Velasco, 1994. 
         The Guerrero Accelerograph Network, Geofisica Internacional,
         vol. 33, num. 3, 341-371.

151.     Anooshehpoor, A., and J.N. Brune, 1994. Dynamics and
         Frictional Heat Generation in a Foam Rubber Model of
         Earthquake Stick-Slip, USGS Red Book NEHRP Open-File Report
         94-228 , Proceedings of Workshop LXIII The Mechanical
         Involvement of Fluids in Faulting, June 6-10, 1993, in Fish
         Camp, CA, 443-459.

152.     Khattri, K.N., G. Yu, J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune, and Y. Zeng,
         1994, Seismic hazard estimation using modelling of earthquake
         strong ground motions: A brief analysis of 1991 Uttarkashi
         earthquake, Hamalaya and prognostication for a great
         earthquake in the region, Current Science, vol. 67, no. 5 343-
         353.

153.  Yu, G., K.N. Khattri, J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune, and Y. Zeng, 
    1993.  Strong ground motion from the Uttarkashi, Himalaya,
    India earthquake: comparison of observations with synthetics
    using the composite source model, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer.,
    in revision.

154.     vonSeggern, D. and J.N. Brune, 1994.  Seismicity in the
         Southern Great Basin, 1868-1992, USGS Circular on the Yucca  
         Mtn. Tectonics Workshop, Jan. 24-26, 1994, in press.

155.     Castro, R., L. Munguia and J. Brune, 1994.  Source Spectra and
         Site Response from P and S Waves of Local Earthquakes in the
         Oaxaca, Mexico Subduction Zone, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer. in
         press.

156.     Li, L., S. Louis and J.N. Brune, 1994.  Application of Genetic
         Algorithms to 2D Velocity Inversion of Seismic Refraction
         Data, Proceedings from Third Golden West International
         Conference on Intelligent Systems, June 1994, in press.

157.     Smith, K., J.N. Brune, M.K. Savage, R. Anooshehpoor and A.F.
         Sheehan, 1994, Mainshock Source Parameters and Aftershock
         Relocations of the 1992 Little Skull Mountain Earthquake
         Sequence, USGS Circular on Yucca Mountain Project, accepted.

158.     Smith, K., L. Li, J.N. Brune, R. Anooshehpoor and M.K. Savage,
         1994, Preliminary Results from the NPE-Ryan Reversed
         Refraction Profile, USGS Circular on Yucca Mountain Project, 
         accepted.

159.     Smith, K. and J.N. Brune, 1994, A Sequence of Very Shallow
         Earthquakes in the Rock Valley Fault Zone Southern Nevada Test
         Site, USGS Circular on Yucca Mountain Project, accepted.

160.     Brune, J.N. and J. Whitney, 1994, precarious Rocks and Seismic
         Shaking at Yucca Mountain, USGS Circular on Yucca Mountain
         Project, accepted.



TESTIMONY 

1.  Brune, J.N. (1971):  Seismic discrimination between
    earthquakes and underground explosions; statement and
    testimony at Hearings before Congressional Subcommittee on
    Arms Control, International Law and Organization, 92nd
    Congress of the U.S., 1st Session on Comprehensive Nuclear
    Test Ban Treaty (July 22-23), 139-149.

2.  Brune, J.N. (1971):  A deployment program for seismic
    monitoring of a Comprehensive Test Ban treaty; statement and
    testimony at Hearings before Congressional Subcommittee on
    Research, Development, and Radiation of the Joint Committee on
    Atomic Energy Congress of the U.S., 92nd Congress of the U.S.,
    1st Session on the Extent of Present Capabilities for
    Detecting and Determing Nature of Underground Events (Oct. 27-
    28), 133-142.

3.  Brune, J.N. (1977):  Statement to the ACRS, meeting of the
    Subcommittee of the Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards,
    Los Angeles, California, June 23.

4.  Brune, J.N. (1979):  Testimony before the Nuclear Regulatory
    Commission, San Luis Obispo, California, January 9.

5.  Brune, J.N. (1980): Testimony before the Atomic Safety and
    Licensing Appeal Board regarding Diablo Canyon, August 9.

6.  Brune, J.N. (1980):  Testimony on behalf of Governor Brown
    regarding Atomic Safety Licensing Appeal Board question 7 on
    Diablo Canyon, August 8.

7.  Brune, J.N. (1980):  Affidavit for Atomic Safety and Licensing
    Board of Nuclear Regulatory Commission, filed in order to
    reopen Diablo Canyon hearings, February 29.

8.  Brune, J.N. (1981):  Affidavit before Atomic Safety and
    Licensing Board of Nuclear Regulartory Commission, May 22.

9.  Brune, J.N. (1981):  Testimony before Atomic Safety and
    Licensing Board of Nuclear Regulatory Commission, July 8.

10.      Brune, J.N. (1984):  Affidavit to Nuclear Regulartory
         Commission to re-open seismic question for Diablo Canyon
         Licensing Hearings, July 10, 1984.

11. Brune, J.N. (1985):  Lessons from the September 19, 1985
    Mexico Earthquake; testimony before the House Committee on
    Science and Technology, House of Representatives, Washington,
    D.C., November 5, 1985.

12. Brune, J.N., Invited testimony before Joint Committee on
    Science and Technology, California Legislature, regarding
    status of earthquake prediction, Nov. 16, 1989.

Selected Recent Abstracts

1.  Anooshehpoor, A., and Brune, J.N. (1989): Foam Rubber Model
    Studies of the Large-Scale Soil-Structure Interaction
    Experiment at Lotung, Taiwan, 84th Annual Meeting,
    Seismological Society of America.

2.  Brune, J.N., Johnson, P.A. and Slater, C. (1989): Constitutive
    Relations for Foam Rubber Stick-Slip, 84th Annual Meeting,
    Seismological Society of America.

3.  Anooshehpoor, A., and Brune, J.N., (1989): Foam Rubber
    Modeling of the Lotung Large-Scale Seismic Experiment, AGU
    Spring 1989 Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 70, No. 15, p.
    396, 4/11/89.

4.  Brune, J.N., Zumberge, M.A., (1989): A Proposed Experiment to
    Determine the Gravitational Constant Using Open Pit Mines, AGU
    Fall 1989 Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 70 No. 43, p. 1058,
    10/24/89.

5.  Castro, R.R., Anderson, J.G., Walter, W.R., Brune, J.N.,
    (1989): P/S Spectral Ratios from the Guerrero Accelerograph
    Array and Oaxaca Aftershocks, AGU Fall 1989 Meeting, EOS,
    Transactions, Vol. 70, No. 43, p. 1225, 10/24/89.

6.  Brune, J.N., Nicks, W., and Aburto, A., Microearthquakes at
    Yucca Mountain Nevada, SSA Spring 1991 Meeting, Seismol. Res.
    Letts., Vol.  62, No. 1, p. 51, Jan-March 1991.

7.  Brune, J.N., Curray, J., L. Dorman and Raitt, R., Super-thick
    Sedimentary Basin, Bay of Bengal, AGU Fall 1990 Meeting, EOS,
    Transactions, Vol. 71, No. 43, p. 1444, 10/23/90.

8.  Brune, J.N., The Seismic Hazard at Tehri Dam, Indian National
    Science Academy, December 1990. 

9.  Anooshehpoor, R., J. Brune, J. Anderson, Particle Motion of
    Interface Waves Involving Separation in Foam Rubber Stick-
    Slip, AGU Fall 1991 Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 72, No.
    44, p. 325, 10/29/91. 

10. Brune, J.N., S. Brown and P. Johnson, Rupture Mechanism and
    Interface Separation in Foam Rubber Models of Earthquakes: a
    Possible Solution to the Heat Flow Paradox and the Paradox of
    Large Overthrusts, AGU Fall 1991 Meeting, EOS, Transactions, 
    Vol. 72, No. 44, p. 326, 10/29/91.

11. Brune, J.N., Distribution of Precariously Balanced Rocks in
    Nevada and California:  Correlation with Probability Maps for
    Strong Ground Motion, AGU Fall 1992 Meeting, EOS,
    Transactions, Vol. 73, No. 43, p. 351, 10/27/92.

12. Brune, J.N., J.W. Whitney, Precariously Balanced Rocks with
    Rock Varnish: Paleoindicators of Maximum Ground Acceleration? 
    SSA 1992 Meeting, Seismol. Res. Letts., Vol. 63, No. 1, p. 21,
    Jan.-March 1992.

13. Anooshehpoor, R., J.N. Brune, Normal Vibration, Fault
    Separation, and Heat Generation During Stick-Slip Events in
    Foam Rubber, SSA 1992 Meeting, Seismol. Res. Letts., Vol 63,
    No. 1, p. 75, Jan.-March 1992. 

14. Brune, J.N., Precariously Balanced Rocks in Nevada and
    California: Implications for Earthquake Hazard in Nevada,
    Particularly at Yucca Mtn., Abstracts with Program 1993,   
    Cordilleran and Rocky Mountain Sections, GSA 1993 Meeting,
    Vol. 25, No. 5, p. 15.

15. Anderson, J.G., J. Louie, Y. Zeng, G. Yu, M. Savage, D.
    dePolo, J.N. Brune, Earthquakes in Nevada Triggered by the
    Landers, California Earthquake, June 28, 1992, Abstracts with
    Program 1993, Cordilleran and Rocky Mountain Sections, GSA
    1993 Meeting, Vol. 25, No. 5, p. 3.

16. Shi, B., Y. Zeng, R. Anooshehpoor and J.N. Brune, Physical and
    Mathematical Modeling of the Precariously Balanced Rocks, with
    Application to Earthquake Hazard Analysis, AGU 1993 Fall
    Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 74, No. 43, p. 422, 10/26/93.

17. Li, L., A. Anooshehpoor, and J.N. Brune, Yucca Mtn., NV.,
    Reversed Crustal Refraction Results Using Aftershocks, AGU
    1993 Fall Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 74, No. 43, p. 424,
    10/26/93.

18. Khattri, K.N., J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune, G. Yu, Y. Zeng,
    Strong Ground Motion from the Uttarkashi, Himalaya, India
    Earthquake (M = 7.0) of October 19, 1991, AGU 1993 Fall
    Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 74, No. 43, p. 437, 10/26/93.

19. Su, F., J.G. Anderson, J.N. Brune, Y. Zeng, A. Sheehan, K.
    Smith et al., Site Response in the Yucca Mtn. Area Determined
    from Aftershocks of the Little Skull Mountain Earthquake, AGU
    1993 Fall Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 74, No. 43, p. 422,
    10/26/93.

20. Anooshehpoor, A., and J.N. Brune, Comparison of Frictional
    heat Generation and Radiated Energy in the Stable-Sliding and
    Stick-Slip Foam Rubber Models, AGU 1993 Fall Meeting, EOS,
    Transactions, Vol. 74, No. 43, p. 405, 10/26/93.

21. Brune, J.N., G. Mekala and Y. Zeng, Evidence for Sedimentary
    Layering Anisotropy in the Deep Part of the Bengal Basin, AGU
    1993 Fall Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 74, No. 43, p. 403,
    10/26/93.
 
22. Smith, K.D., and J.N. Brune, A Sequence of Very Shallow
    Earthquakes in the Rock Valley Fault Zone; Southern Nevada
    Test Site, AGU 1993 Fall Meeting, EOS, Transactions, Vol. 74,
    No. 43, p. 417, 10/26/93.

23. Anooshehpoor, R., Abercrombie, R.E. Anderson, J.G. and Brune,
    J., Laboratory and Field Evidence for Anomalous P Wave
    Radiation During Stick Slip Failure,  SSA 89th Annual Meeting,
    April 5-7, 1994, Seismol. Res. Letts., Vol. 65, No. 1, p. 28,
    Jan.-March 1994.

24. Abercrombie, R.E. and Brune, J., Microseismicity Rates in
    California and Nevada - Does the b-Value Change at Small
    Magnitudes? SSA 89th Annual Meeting, April 5-7, 1994, Seismol.
    Res. Letts., Vol. 65, No. 1, p. 33, Jan.-March 1994.

25. Brune, J., Constraints on Ground Motion from Great Earthquakes
    Provided by Groups of Precarious Rocks, SSA 89th Annual
    Meeting, April 5-7, 1994, Seismol. Res. Letts., Vol. 65, No.
    1, p. 64, Jan.-March 1994.

26. Brune, J.N., Development of a Dynamic Friction-Drop Model for
    Earthquakes, EOS, Transactions, 1994 Fall Meeting, Vol. 75,
    No. 44, p. 426.

27. Shi, B. , Y. Zeng and J.N. Brune, Non-linear Dynamical
    Instability of Friction and Induced Normal Vibration Along a
    Fault, EOS, Transactions, 1994 Fall Meeting, Vol. 75, No. 44, 
    p. 439.

28. Anooshehpoor, A., and J.N. Brune, Dynamics of Fault Creep and
    Rupture Nucleation in Foam Rubber Earthquake Models, EOS,
    Transactions, 1994 Fall Meeting, Vol. 75, No. 44, p. 439.

29. Priestley, K. and J.N. Brune, Observations of Higher Model
    Surface Waves on Short Period Instruments in the Basin and
    Range, EOS, Transactions, 1994 Fall Meeting, Vol. 75, No. 44,
    p. 485.

SPECIAL LECTURESHIPS, SERVICE ASSIGNMENTS AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL
ACTIVITIES:

California Earthquake Prediction Evaluation Council, 1970 to
    present.
    
Invited Speaker - Roorkee, India, Conference on Seismic Hazard, Jan
    1987, Dec 1990.
Invited Speaker - Berkeley Symposium on 100 Anniversary of Berkeley
    Seismograph Stations, May 1987.
Invited Speaker - CCNAA-AIT Conference on Application for Multiple
    Hazards Mitigation, Taiwan, April 1988.
Invited Speaker - Association of Exploration Geophysicists, Dehra
    Dun, India, Dec 1990.  Topics: Bay of Bengal Structure,
    Seismic Hazard in the Himalayas.
Invited Speaker - International Workshop: "New Horizons in Strong
    Motion: Seismic Studies and Engineering Practice," Santiago,
    Chile, June 4-7, 1991

Invited Speaker - "Frontiers of Broad Band Seismology Workshop",
    Berkeley, CA  January 9-10, 1992.
Invited Speaker - "The San Andreas Drilling Workshop", Pacific
    Grove, CA, December 13-16, 1992.
Invited Speaker - International Symposium on Earthquake Disaster
    Prevention, Mexico City, May 18-21, 1992.
Invited Speaker - Society of Professional Geologists, Lake Tahoe,
    September 28, 1992.
Invited Speaker - Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste, Las Vegas,
    October, 1992.
Invited Speaker - Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board, Denver,
    July 22, 1992.
Invited Speaker - Parkfield Prediction Conference, June 28-29, 1992.

Invited Speaker - AEG Conference in Las Vegas, "Seismic Hazard in
    southern Nevada" January 12, 1993.
Invited Speaker - Absolute-G Workshop at CIRES, University of
    Colorado, Boulder, March 22-23, 1993.
Invited Speaker - International High Level Nuclear Waste Management
    Conference, Las Vegas, NV, April 26-29, 1993.
Invited Speaker - GSA Cordilleran Section, "Seismic Hazard at Yucca
    Mtn.," May 19-21, 1993. 
Invited Speaker - Red Book Conference, "Mechanical Involvement of
    Fluids in Faulting", Fish Camp, CA, June 6-10, 1993.
Invited Speaker - SCEC Phase II Meeting, "Seismic Hazard in southern
    California, Aug. 4-6, 1993.
Invited Speaker - India Conference on Seismic Hazard, Bangalore,
    India, October 20-22, 1993, also talks in New Delhi and Dehra
    Dun.

Invited Speaker - USGS/Yucca Mtn. Tectonics Workshop in Denver,
    January 1994.
Invited Speaker - UNR Conference on UCCSN Research Capabilities,
    1994.
Invited Speaker - International Lithosphere Program Deep Scientific
    Drilling in the San Andreas Fault Zone, July 1994.
Invited Speaker - National Academic of Sciences hearings on seismic
    hazard at Ward Valley low Level Nuclear Waste Site, August
    1994.




Testimony before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, San Luis Obispo,
    CA, Jan 1979.
Testimony before the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board regarding
    Diablo Canyon, August 1980.
Testimony on behalf of Governor Brown regarding Atomic Safety and
    Licensing Board on Diablo Canyon, August 1980.
Affidavit for Atomic Safety and Licensing Board of NRC, Feb 1980,
    May 1981, July 1981 and July 1984.
Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on
    Science and Technology regarding 1985 Mexico Earthquake, Nov
    1985.