IEC SB RAS - Alena I. Seredkina

Alena I. Seredkina

Scope of expertise: Investigations of Asian mantle structure and earthquake source parameters from surface wave data.

  1. Radziminovich, Ya.B., Mel'nikova, V.I., Seredkina, A.I., Gileva, N.A., Radziminovich, N.A. & Papkova, A.A. (2012). – The Balei earthquake of 6 January 2006 (Mw=4.5): A rare case of seismic activity in eastern Transbaikalia. – Russian Geology and Geophysics, 53(10), 1100 – 1110.
  2. Seredkina, A.I. & Melnikova, V.I. (2013). – The seismic moment tensor of earthquakes in the Pribaikalye Region based on surface waves. – Doklady Earth Sciences, 451(1), 746–749.
  3. Melnikova V., Gileva N., Arefyev S., Bykova V., Seredkina A. The August 27, 2008, Mw=6.3 Kultuk earthquake (South Baikal): the stress-strain state of the source area from the aftershock data// Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth. 2013. V.49. Issue 4. P. 563–576.
  4. Seredkina A.I., Melnikova V.I. Seismic moment tensor of Pribaikalye earthquakes from the surface-wave amplitude spectra // Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth. 2014. V. 50. No. 3. P. 103–114. Doi: 10.1134/S1069351314030094
  5. Solovei, O.A., Seredkina, A.I. & Kozhevnikov, V.M. (2014). – The velocity structure of the upper mantle beneath Central Asia. – Doklady Earth Sciences, 457(2), 950–952. DOI: 10.1134/S1028334X14070101.
  6. Kozhevnikov, V.M., Seredkina, A.I. & Solovei, O.A. (2014). – 3D mantle structure of Central Asia from Rayleigh wave group velocity dispersion. – Russian Geology and Geophysics, 55(10), 1239–1247. DOI: 10.1016/j.rgg.2014.09.010
  7. Seredkina A., Melnikova V., Gileva N., Radziminovich Y. The Mw 4.3 January 17, 2014, earthquake: very rare seismic event the Siberian platform // J. Seismology. 2015. V. 19. No 3. P. 685–694.  DOI 10.1007/s10950-015-9487-y

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