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  1. Madariaga, R.I., Digital processing of seismograms : Filters of polarization. Thesis, School of Engineering, Universidad de Chile, 1967.

  2. Husebye, E, and Madariaga, R.I., Origin of precursors to core waves. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.,60, 939-952, 1970.

  3. Weidner, R. and R.I. Madariaga, Discussion of paper by M. Kumasawa: "The elastic constants of polychristalline rocks and non-elastic behavior inherent to them". J. Geophys. Res., 75, 2787-2789, 1971.

  4. Madariaga, R.I., Free oscillations of the laterally heterogeneous earth. Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., 1971.

  5. Madariaga, R.I., Toroidal free oscillations of the laterally heterogeneous earth. Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc.,27, 81-100, 1971.

  6. Madariaga, R. and K. Aki, Spectral splitting of toroidal free oscillations due to the lateral heterogeneity of the earth-s structure. J. Geophys. Res., 77,4431-4434, 1972.

  7. Madariaga, R., Dynamics of an expanding circular fault. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 65, 163-182, 1976. (pdf)

  8. Madariaga, R.,Implications of stress drop models of earthquakes for the inversion of stress drop from seismic observations. Pageoph., 115, 301-315, 1977.

  9. Madariaga, R., High frequency radiation from crack (stress drop) models of earthquake faulting. Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 51, 525-651, 1977. (pdf)

  10. Madariaga, R., A relation between seismic moment and stress drop of complex earthquakes. Proceedings of the Fault Mechanics Conference at Stanford, California, ed. J.F. Evernden, U.S.G.S., Menlo-Park, Ca., 1978.

  11. Madariaga, R., The dynamic field of Haskell_s rectangular dislocation fault model. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 68, 869-887, 1978.

  12. Madariaga, R., Seismic radiation from earthquake models based on fracture mechanics. In: SIAM-AMS Proceedings. Vol. XII, ed. R. Burridge, American Mathematical Society, Providence, R.I., 1979.

  13. Madariaga, R., On the relation between seismic moment and stress drop in the presence of stress and strengh heterogeneity. J. Geophys. Res., 84, 2242-2250, 1979. (pdf)

  14. Madariaga, R., An assesment of earthquake fault models, in Source Mechanism and Earthquake Prediction. Livre Jubilaire, J. Coulomb, Ed. C.N.R.S., 125-134, 1980.

  15. Madariaga, R., A finite two-dimensional kinematic fault in a half-space. Pub. Inst. geophys. Pol. Acad. Sc.,A-10, 33-47, 1980.

  16. Deschamps, A., H. Lyon-Caen et R. Madariaga, Etude du tremblement de terre de Taltal, Chili (1966) à partir des ondes sismiques de longue période. Ann. Geophys., 36, 179-190, 1980. (pdf)

  17. Deschamps, A., H. Lyon-Caen et R. Madariaga, Mise au point sur les méthodes de calcul de sismogrammes synthétiques de longue période. Ann. Geophys., 36, 167-178, 1980.

  18. MALGRANGE, M., A. Deschamps and R. Madariaga, Thrust and extensional faulting under the Chilean coast : 1965 and 1971 Aconcagua Earthquakes. Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 66, 313-332, 1981. (pdf)

  19. Madariaga, R., Dynamics of seismic sources. In : Husebye and Mykkelveit, eds. Identification of Seismic Sources. Reidel Publishing Co. Dordrecht, Holland, 1981.

  20. Madariaga, R., Dislocations and earthquakes. In : R. BAlian and M. Kléman eds. Defects in Solids, North Holland, Amsterdam, Holland, 1981.

  21. Madariaga, R., A string model of high frequency radiation by earthquale models. In : J. Boatwright, ed. proceedings of Workshop XVI, U.S.G.S., 1, 32-49, 1982.

  22. Virieux, J. and R. Madariaga, Dynamic faulting studied by a finite difference method. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 72, 345-369, 1982. (pdf)

  23. Vilotte, J.P., M. Daignieres and R. Madariaga, Numerical modeling of intraplate deformation : simple mechanical models of continental collision. J. Geophys. Res., B.87, 10709-10728, 1982. (pdf)

  24. Malgrange, M. and R. Madariaga, Complex distribution of large thrust and normal fault earthquakes in the Chilean subduction zone. Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 73, 489-506, 1983. (pdf)

  25. Madariaga, R., Earthquake Source Theory : A review. In : Earthquakes, Observation Theory and Interpretation. E. Boschi, ed. The Enrico Fermi Summer school of Physics (July, 1982). North Holland (1983).

  26. Madariaga, R., High frequency radiation from dynamic earthquake fault models. Ann. Geophys., 1, 17-23, 1983. (pdf)

  27. GROUPE DE TRAVAIL "Mécanisme au foyer de l A.T.P. Sismogenèse". Mécanisme au foyer en France Métropolitaine et aux Antilles. Ann. Geophys., 1, 299-306, 1983.

  28. Bernard, P. and R. Madariaga, High frequency seismic radiation from a buried circular fault. Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 78, 1-18, 1984. (pdf)

  29. Bernard, P. and R. Madariaga, A new asymptotic method for the modeling of near field accelerograms. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 74, 539-557, 1984. (pdf)

  30. Seguret, M., P. Labaume and R. Madariaga, Eocene seismicity in the Pyrenees from megaturbidites in the South Pyrenean Basin (North Spain), Marine Geol. 55, 117-131, 1984.

  31. Vilotte, J.P., M. Daignieres, R. Madariaga and O.C. Zienkiewicz, The role of a heterogeneous inclusion during continental collision. Phys. Earth Planet. Int., 36, 236-259, 1984. (pdf)

  32. Madariaga, R., Gaussian beam synthetic seismogram in a vertically varying medium. Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 79, 589-612, 1984.

  33. Madariaga, R., The El Asnam (Algeria) Earthquake of October 10, 1980. In : On Continental Seismicity and Earthquake Prediction, G. Gu and X. Ma editors, Seismological Press, Beijing, China, 1984.

  34. Madariaga, R., Dynamique des tremblements de Terre. In : Génie Parasismique, V. Davidovici, ed., Ministère de l Urbanisme et du Logement, Paris, France, 1985.

  35. Madariaga, R. and P. Papadimitriou, Gaussian beam modeling of upper mantle phases. Ann. Geophys., 3, 799-812, 1985.

  36. Madariaga, R. and P. Bernard, Ray theoretical strong motion synthesis. J. Geophys. R. astr. Soc., 58, 73-81, 1985.

  37. George, Th. and R. Madariaga, Synthèse d-ondes élastiques par sommation de faisceaux Gaussiens. Trait. du Signal, 2, 227-230, 1985.

  38. Vilotte, J.P., R. Madariaga, M. Daignieres and O. Zienkiewicz, Numerical study of continental collision : influence of buoyancy forces and an initial stiff inclusion. Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc., 84 1279-310, 1986. (pdf)

  39. Farra, V., P. Bernard et R. Madariaga, Fast near source evalutation of strong ground motion. Proceedings of 5th Ewing Symposium on Source Mechanism, American Geophysical Union, Washington D.C., 1986.

  40. Bezzeghoud, M., A. Deschamps and R. Madariaga, Broad band modeling of the Corynth, Greece events of February and March 1981 : evidence for asperity triggering of a larger shock. Ann. Geophys.,4, 295-304, 1986.

  41. Korrat, I. and R. Madariaga, Rupture of the Valparaíso (Chile) Gap form 1971 to 1973. Proceedings of 5th Ewing Symposium, American Geophysical Union, Washington D.C., 1986.

  42. Madariaga, R., Dinamica de la fuente sismica, Mecanismo de los terremotos y Tectonica, A. Udías, D. Muñoz y E. Buforn, eds., Editorial Universidad Complutense, Madrid, 1986.

  43. De Natale, G., R. Madariaga, R. Scarpa and A. Zollo, Source parameters of Friuli earthquake (1976-1979) from strong motion data, M. O. Erdik and M. N. Toksöz (eds), Strong Motion Seismology, 85-97, 1987.

  44. Farra, V. and R. Madariaga, Seismic waveform modelling in heterogenous media by ray perturbation theory. J. Geophys. Res., 92, 2697-2712, 1987. (pdf)

  45. De Natale, G., R. Madariaga, R. Scarpa and A. Zollo, Source parameter analysis from strong motion records of the Friuli (Italy) earthquake sequence (1976-1977). Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 77 , 1127-1146, 1987.

  46. George, Th., J. Virieux and R. Madariaga, Seismic wave synthesis by Gaussian beam summation : a comparison with finite differences. Geophysics, 52, 1065-1073, 1987.

  47. Madariaga, R., Seismology theoretical. Chapter in vol. 12 Encyclopaedia of Sciences and Technology, Academic Press, Orlando, Flo., U.S.A., 1987.

  48. Madariaga, R., Seismic Source, Theory. Chapter in the Encyclopaedia of Geophysics, Van Nostrand Reinhold, Strondsburg, PA, U.S.A., 1987.

  49. Vilotte, J.P., M. Daignieres, J. Chery and R. Madariaga, Some applications of large plastic deformations in geodynamics. Computational Plasticity, ed. D.R. Owen, E. Hinton and E. Onale, Pineridge Press, Swansea, U.K., 2, 1635-1648, 1987.

  50. Virieux, J., V. Farra and R. Madariaga, Ray Tracing for Earthquake Location in laterally heterogeneous media. J. geophys. Res.,93, 6385-6599, 1988. (pdf)

  51. Farra, V. and R. Madariaga, Nonlinear Reflection Tomography. Geophys. J., 95, 135-147, 1988. (pdf)

  52. Madariaga, R., Seismic waveform modeling by ray theoretical methods. in: Digital Seismology and Modelling of the Lithosphere, G. Nolet and G. Panza, eds., Plenum, London, 1989.

  53. Bezzeghoud, M., A. Deschamps and R. Madariaga, Broad band P-wave signals and spectra from digital stations, in: Digital Seismology and Modelling of the Lithosphere, G. Nolet and G. Panza, eds., Plenum, London, 1989.

  54. Farra, V., J. Virieux and R. Madariaga, Ray perturbation theory for interfaces, Geophys. J. Int., 99, 377-390, 1989.

  55. Madariaga, R. and G. Perrier, Les Tremblements de Terre, 260 pp. ,Les Editions du CNRS, 1991.

  56. Buforn, E., A. Udias, J. Mezcua and R. Madariaga, A deep earthquake under South Spain, 8 March 1990. Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 81, 1403-1407, 1991.

  57. Buforn, E., A. Udias and R. Madariaga, Intermediate and deep earthquakes in Spain, Pageoph, 136, 375-393, 1991.

  58. Madariaga, R. and A. Udias, Introduction to Source Mechanism and Seismotectonics, A. Udias and E. Buforn, eds. Pageoph, 136, 371-374, 1992.

  59. Jin, S., Madariaga, R., Virieux, J. and Lambare, G., Asymptotic Inversion of Seismic Profiles, Geophys. J. Int., 108, 575-588, 1992. (pdf)

  60. Lambare, G., J. Virieux, R. Madariaga, S. Jin, Iterative asymptotic inversion of seismic profiles in the acoustic approximation. Geophysics, 57, 1138-1154, 1992. (pdf)

  61. Koller, M. G., M. Bonnet and R. Madariaga, Modeling of dynamical crack propagation using time-domain boundary integral equations, Wave Motion, 16, 339-366, 1992. (pdf)

  62. Madariaga, R. and A. Cochard, Heterogeneous faulting and friction, in Proceedings of The International Symposium on Earthquake Disaster Prevention, R. Meli, ed., Mexico City, 1992.

  63. Jin, S. and R. Madariaga, Background velocity inversion by a Genetic Algorithm, Geophys. Res. Letters, 20, 93-96, 1993. (pdf)

  64. Madariaga, R.,La prévision des tremblements de terre. in Universalia 1992, Encyclopaedia Universalis, Paris, 1993.

  65. Jin, S. and R. Madariaga, Non-linear velocity inversion by a two-step Monte-Carlo method, Geophysics, 59, 577-590, 1994. (pdf)

  66. Tumarkin, A. G., R. Archuleta and R. Madariaga, Basic scaling rules for composite earthquake models, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 54, 1279-1883, 1994.

  67. Campos J., R. Madariaga, J. Nabelek, B. Buchkin and A. Deschamps, Faulting process of the 20 June 1990 earthquake from broad band records, Geophys. J. Intern., 118, 31-46, 1994.

  68. A. Cochard and R. Madariaga, Dynamic faulting under rate-dependent friction, PAGEOPH, 142, 419-445, 1994. (pdf)

  69. V. Farra, R. Madariaga and J. Virieux, Comments on a paper by Snieder and Sambridge on ray perturbation theory, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 21963-21970, 1994.

  70. R. Madariaga, Dinámica de la fuente sísmica. Física de la Tierra, E. Buforn, R. Madariaga and A. Udías, eds., Editorial Complutense, Madrid, 1994.

  71. E. Fukuyama, and R. Madariaga, Integral equation method for a plane crack with arbitrary shape in 3D elastic media, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am.,85, 614-628, 1995.

  72. R. Madariaga and A. Cochard, Seismic Source Dynamics, Heterogeneity and Friction, Annali di Geofisica, 37, 1349-1375, 1995. (pdf)

  73. L. Quintanar, R. Madariaga and A. Deschamps, The sequence of November 1987 and March 1988 Gulf of Alaska Earthquakes : a new insight, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 1029-1032, 1995.

  74. R. Madariaga and A, Cochard, Dynamic friction and the origin of the complexity of earthquake sources. Proceedings Nat. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A) , 93, 3819-3824, 1995. (pdf)

  75. A. Cochard and R. Madariaga, Complexity of seismicity due to highly rate dependent friction, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 25321-25336, 1996. (pdf)

  76. J. Campos, R. Madariaga and C. H. Scholz, Faulting process of the August 8, 1993 Guam earthquake: a thrust event in an otherwise weakly coupled subduction zone, J. Geophys. Res., 101,17581-17596, 1996.

  77. P. F. Ihmle and R. Madariaga, monochromatic body waves excited by great subduction zone earthquakes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 23,2999-3002, 1996. (pdf)

  78. J-L. Guiziou, J-L. Mallet and R. Madariaga, 3-D seismic reflection tomography on top of the GOCAD depth modeler, Geophysics, 61, 1499-1510, 1996.

  79. R. Madariaga, Anticiper les séismes, dans Les sciences de la prevision, chap. 12 de l-ouvrage collectif edite par R. Scheps, Editions du Seuil, Paris, 1996.

  80. J. M. Gomez, B. Bukchin, R. Madariaga and E. Rogozhin, A study of the Barisakho, Georgia earthquake of October 23, 1992 from broad band surface waves and body waves. Geophys. J. Int. , 129, 613-623, 1997.

  81. Olsen, K.B., R. Madariaga, R.J. Archuleta, Three-dimensional dynamic simulation of the 1992 Landers Earthquake, Science, 278, 834-838, 1997. (pdf)

  82. J.J. Bommer, A. Udias, J.M. Cepeda, J.C. Hasbun, W.M. Salazar, A. Suarez, N.N. Ambraseys, E. Buforn, J. Cortina, R. Madariaga, P. Mendez, J. Mezcua, and D. Papastamatiou, A New Digital Accelerograph Network for El Salvador, Seismol. Res. Lett., 68 , 426-437, 1997. (pdf)

  83. Gomez, J.M. B. Bukchin, R. Madariaga, E. A. Rogozhin & B. Bogachkin,i Rupture process of the 19 August 1992 Susamyr, Kyrgystan, earthquake, J. Seismol., 1, 219-235, 1997. (pdf)

  84. E. Fukuyama, R. Madariaga, Rupture dynamics of a planar fault in a 3D elasic medium: rate and slipweakening friction, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 88,1-17, 1998.

  85. Madariaga, R., Olsen, K.B. and R.J. Archuleta, Modeling dynamic rupture in a 3D earthquake fault model, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 88, 1182-1197, 1998. (pdf)

  86. Madariaga, R., Sismicidad de Chile, Física de la Tierra (Madrid) 10, 221-258, 1998. (pdf)

  87. Leborgne, S. R. Madariaga & V. Farra, Body waveform modeling of East Mediterranean earthquakes at intermediate distances (1#1-2#2) with a Gaussian beam summation method. J. Geophys. Res., 104, 28813-28828, 1999.

  88. Gomez, J.M. R. Madariaga, A. Walsperdorf & E. Chalard, The January 1, 1996 Earthquake in Sulawesi and two Late Aftershocks, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 90, 739-751, 2000.

  89. Tada, T., E. Fukuyama & R. Madariaga, Non-hypersingular boundary integral equations for 3-D non-planar crack dynamics, Computational Mechanics, 25, 613-626, 2000 (pdf)

  90. Madariaga, R. & K.B. Olsen, Criticality of Rupture Dynamics in 3-D, Pageoph, 157, 1981-2001, 2000. (pdf)

  91. Madariaga, R., S. Peyrat & K.B. Olsen, Rupture dynamics in 3D: A review, in Problems in Geophysics for the new millenium edited by E. Boschi, G. Ekström & A. Morelli, Editrici Compositori, Bologna, Italy, 2000. x

  92. Fukuyama, E. & R. Madariaga, Dynamic propagation and interaction of a rupture front on a planar fault. Pageoph, 157, 1959-1979, 2000.

  93. Tada, T. & R. Madariaga, Dynamic modelling of the flat 2-D crack by a semi-analytic BIEM scheme, Int. J. Num. Methods Engin. 50, 227-251, 2001. (pdf)

  94. Sanchez-Sesma, F.J., R. Madariaga & K. Irikura, An approximate elastic Green s function for a constant-gradient heterogenous medium,i Geophys. J. Int., 146, 237-248, 2001.

  95. Lemoine, A., J. Campos & R. Madariaga, Evidence for earthquake interaction in the Illapel Gap of Central Chile, Geophys. Res. Lett, 28, 2743-2746, 2001. (pdf)

  96. Campillo, M. & R. Madariaga, Processus de rupture dynamique d un grand séisme et loi de friction sur les failles, C.R. Acd. Sci. Paris,300, 531-544, 2001.

  97. Peyrat, S., R. Madariaga & K.B. Olsen, Dynamic modelling of the 1992 Landers earthquake, J. Geophys. Res.,106, 25467-25482, 2001. (pdf)

  98. Aochi, H., R. Madariaga and E. Fukuyama, Effect of Normal Stress during Rupture Propagation along Non-planar faults, J. Geophys. Res., 107, 10.1029/2001JB000500, 2002.

  99. Campos, J., D. Hatzfeld, R. Madariaga, Lopez, G., Kausel, E., A. Zollo S. Barrientos & H. Lyon-Caen , The 1835 seismic gap in South Central Chile, Phys. Earth Planet. Int. , 132i, 177-195, 2002. (pdf)

  100. Lemoine, A., R. Madariaga & J. Campos, Slab-pull and Slab-push Earthquakes in the Mexican, Chilean and Peruvian Subduction Zones, Phys. Earth Planet. Int. , 132, 157-175, 2002. (pdf)

  101. Madariaga, R. & K.B. Olsen, Earthquake Dynamics, Chapter 7 of International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology >edited by W.H.K. Lee, H. Kanamori and P.C. Jennings, 2002. (pdf)

  102. Ruegg, J.C., J. Campos, R. Madariaga, E. Kausel, J.B. de Chabalier, R. Armijo, D. Dimitrov, I. Georgiev, S. Barrientos, Interseismic strain accumulation in south central Chile from GPS measurements 1996-1999, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, 10.1029/2001GL013438, 2002. (pdf)

  103. Peyrat, S., Madariaga, R., Olsen, K.B. La dynamique des tremblements de terre vue à travers le séisme de Landers du 28 Juin 1992, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Ser. Mécanique, 330, 235-248, 2002. (pdf)

  104. Bommer, J.J., M.B. Benito, M. Ciudad-real, A. Lemoine, M.A. Lopez- menjibar, R. Madariaga, J. Mankelow, P. Mendez, W. Murphy, M. Nieto-Lobo, C. Rodriguez-Pineda, H. Rosa, THe El Salvador earthquakes of January and February 2001: context, characteristics and implications for seismic risk, Soil Dynamics Earthquake eng., 22, 289-418, 2002. (pdf)

  105. Madariaga, R., A finite reverse fault in a half space. Pageoph, 160, 555-577, 2003.  pdf)

  106. Aochi, H., E. Fukuyama and R. Madariaga, Constraints of Fault Constitutive Parameters Inferred from Non-planar Fault Modeling, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G-cubed), 4, 10.1029/2001GC000207, 2003. (pdf)

  107. Aochi, H. and R. Madariaga, The 1999 Izmit, Turkey, earthquake: Non-planar fault structure, dynamic rupture process and strong ground motion Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.93, 1249-1266, 2003. (pdf)

  108. Nielsen, S. & R. Madariaga, On the self-healing fracture mode,  Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am.93, 2375-2388, 2003 (pdf)

  109. Peyrat, S., Olsen, K.B., Madariaga, R., Which dynamic parameters can be estimated from strong ground motion?   Pageoph, 161, 2155-2169, 2004. (pdf).

  110. Gardi, A., Lemoine, A.; Madariaga, R.; Campos, J., Modeling of stress transfer in the Coquimbo region of central Chile, J. Geophys. Res., 111, B04307, 10.1029/2004JB003440, 2006 (pdf).

  111. Madariaga, R.., Seismic source theory, Chapter 2 of vol 4, Earthquake seismology H. Kanamori, ed., Tretatise of Geophysics, AP.  , 2006.

  112. Cabrera, E. , M Chavez, R Madariaga, N Perea and M. Frisenda, 3D Parallel Elastodynamic Modeling of Large Subduction Earthquakes,F. Cappello et al. (Eds.): EuroPVM/MPI 2007, LNCS 4757, 373-380, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007. (pdf)

  113. Madariaga, R., Adda-Bedia, M. & Ampuero, J.P.,  Seismic radiation from simple models of earthquakes, in Earthquakes: Radiated Energy and the Physics of Faulting Rachel Abercrombie, Art McGarr, and Hiroo Kanamori, eds. Geophys. Monog. Series, 170, Amer. Geophys. Union, 2007. (pdf)i

  114. Madariaga, R.., Slippery when hot, Science, 316, 842, 2007. (pdf)

  115. Adda-Bedia, M. & Madariaga, R., Seismic radiation from a kink on an antiplane fault, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 98, 2008. (pdf).

  116. Chavez, M., E Cabrera, R Madariaga, N Perea, Ch Moulinec, D Emerson, M Ashworth and A. Salaza, Benchmark Study of a 3d Parallel Code for the Propagation of Large Subduction earthquakes, A. Lastovetsky et al. (Eds.): EuroPVM/MPI 2008, LNCS 5205 , 303-310, Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008. (pdf)

  117. J.C. Ruegg, A. Rudloff, C. Vigny, R. Madariaga, J.B. Dechabalier, J. Campos, E. Kausel, S. Barrientos , D. Dimitrov. Interseismic strain accumulation measured by GPS in south central Chile seismic gap.>Phys. Earth Planet. Int., 175, 78-85, 2009. (pdf)

  118. C. Vigny, A. Rudloff, J.C. Ruegg, R. Madariaga, J. Campos, M. Alvarez. Upper plate deformation measured by GPS in the Coquimbo Gap, Chile. Phys. Earth Planet. Int. , 175, 86-95, 2009. (pdf)

  119. Madariaga, R.., Earthquake scaling laws,in Encyclopaedia of Complexity and System Science, R. A. Meyers, ed., Elsevier.  , 2009.

  120. Ruiz, S., Kausel, E., Campos, J., Saragoni, G. R. and Madariaga, R., Identification of High Frequency Pulses from Earthquake Asperities Along Chilean Subduction Zone Using Strong Motion. i Pure Appl. geophys. online firstDOI: 10.1007/s00024-010-0117-x, 2010 (pdf)

  121. Madariaga, R., Vigny, Ch., Metois, M., and Campos, J., Central Chile finally breaks. Science 238, 181-182, 2010. (pdf)

  122. Peyrat, S., Madariaga, R.,Buforn E., Campos, J., Asch, G. and Vilotte, J.P. Kinematic rupture process of the 2007 Tocopilla earthquake and its main aftershocks from teleseismic and strong-motion data. Geophys. J. Int. 182, 1411-1430, 2010. (pdf)

  123. Di Carli, S., C. François-Holden, S. Peyrat, and R. Madariaga (2010), Dynamic Inversion of the 2000 Tottori earthquake based on elliptical subfault approximations J. Geophys. Res., 115, B12328, doi:10.1029/2009JB006358, 2010 (pdf)

  124. Chavez, M. E Cabrera, R .Madariaga, H. Chen, N. Perea, D. Emerson, A. Salazar, M. A1shworth, Ch. Moulinec, X. Li, M. Wu, G. Zhao, Low-frequency 3D wave propagation modeling of the 12 May Z008 Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am, 100, 2561 - 2573, 2010. (pdf)

  125. Lancieri, M., A. Fuenzalida, S. Ruiz and R. Madariaga, Magnitude scaling of early-warning parameters for the Mw 7.8 Tocopilla, Chile, earthquake and its aftershocks Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am, 101, 447 - 463, 2011. (pdf)

  126. Arias, R., R. Madariaga and M. Adda-Bedia, Singular Elasto-Static Field Near a Fault Kink Pageoph 168, 2167 - 2179, 2011. (pdf)

  127. Vigny, Ch., A. Socquet, S. Peyrat, J.-C. Ruegg, M. Metois, R. Madariaga, S. Morvan, M. Lancieri, R. Lacassin, J. Campos, D. Carrizo, M. Bejar-Pizarro, S. Barrientos, R. Armijo, C. Aranda, M.-C. Valderas, I. Ortega, F. Bondoux, S. Baize, H. Lyon-Caen, A. Pavez, J. P. Vilotte, M. Bevis, B. Brooks, R. Smalley, H. Parra, J.-C. Baez, M. Blanco, S. Cimbaro, E. Kendrick, The 2010 Mw 8.8 Maule Mega-Thrust Earthquake of Central Chile, Monitored by GPS Science 331 1417-1421, 2011. (pdf)

  128. Ruiz, S. and Madariaga, Determination of the friction law parameters of the Mw 6.7 Michilla earthquake in northern Chile by dynamic inversion, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L09317, doi:10.1029/2011GL047147, 2011. (pdf)

  129. Jordan, T.H, Y-T. Chen, P. Gasparini, R. Madariaga, W. Marzocchi, G. Papadopoulos, G. Sobolev, K. Yamaoka, J. Zschau, Operational earthquake forecasting. State of knowkedge and guidelines for utilization Annals Geophys., 54, 1, 2011. (pdf)

  130. Lancieri, M., R. Madariaga and F. Bonilla, Spectral scaling of the aftershocks of the Tocopilla 2007 earthquake in northern Chile Geophys. J. Int., 188, 469-480, 2012. (pdf)

  131. Allgeyer, S. C. Daubord, Hebert, H., Loevenbruck, A., Schindele, F. and Madariaga, R., Could a 1755-Like Tsunami Reach the French Atlantic Coastline? Constraints from Twentieth Century Observations and Numerical Modeling PAGEOPH,DOI 10.1007/s00024-012-0513-5 , 2012. (pdf)

  132. Udías, A., R. Madariaga, E. Buforn, D. Muñoz, and M. Ros The Large Chilean Historical Earthquakes of 1647, 1657, 1730, and 1751 from Contemporary Documents Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 102, 1639-1653, 2012. (pdf)

  133. C. Twardzik, R. Madariaga, S. Das and S. Custodio Robust features of the source process for the 2004 Parkfield, California, earthquake from strong-motion seismograms Geophys. J. Int.,191 , 1245-1254, 2012. (pdf)

  134. S.Ruiz, R.Madariaga, M. Astroza, R.G Saragoni, M. Lancieri, Ch. Vigny and J. Campos, Short period rupture process of the Mw 8.8 Maule earthquake in Chile. Earthquake Spectra,28 , S1-S18, 2012. (pdf)

  135. R.Madariaga, The birth of forward models: From Coulomb criterion to cohesive force laws in The Mechanics of Faulting: From Laboratory to Real Earthquakes, eds: Andrea Bizzarri and Harsha S. Bhat Transworld Research network,, 2012. (e_book)

  136. J. Takekawa, R. Madariaga, H. Mikada and T. Goto, Numerical simulation of seismic wave propagation produced by earthquake by using a particle method. Geophys. J. Int.,191 , 1305-1316, 2012. (pdf)

  137. S. Allgeyer, H. Hebert and R. Madariaga, Modelling the tsunami free oscillations in the Marquesas (French Polynesia) Geophys. J. Int. , 193(3), 1447-1459, 2013. (pdf)

  138. S. Ruiz and R. Madariaga, Kinematic and dynamic inversion of the 2008 Northern Iwate earthquake. Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am.,103 , 694-708, 2013. (pdf)

  139. F. Boudin, S. Allgeyer, P. Bernard, H. Hebert, M. Olcay, R. Madariaga, M. El-Madani, J.-P. Vilotte, S. Peyrat, A. Nercessian, B. Schurr, M-F. Esnoult, G. Asch, I. Nunez , M. Kammenthaler, Analysis and modelling of tsunami-induced tilt for the 2007, M=7.6, Tocopilla and the 2010, M=8.8 Maule earthquakes, Chile, from long base tiltmeter and broad-band seismometer records. Geophys. J. Int.,194 (1) , 269-288, 2013. (pdf)

  140. A. Fuenzalida, B. Schurr, M. Lancieri, M. Sobiesiak and R. Madariaga, High resolution relocation and mechanism of aftershocks of the 2007 Tocopilla (Chile) earthquake. Geophys. J. Int. ,194(2) ,1216-1238, 2013. (pdf)

  141. F. X. Passelegue, A. Schubnel, S. Nielsen, H.S. Bhat, R. Madariaga, From sub- Rayleigh to Supershear Ruptures during Stick-slip Experiments on Rocks, Science , 340, 1208-1211, 2013 (pdf)

  142. Ruiz, S., R. Grandin, V. Dionicio, C. Satriano,A. Fuenzalida, Ch.Vigny, E. Kiraly, C. Meyer, J. C. Baez, S. Riquelme, R. Madariaga, J. Campos, The Constitucion earthquake of 25 March 2012: A large aftershock of the Maule earthquake near the bottom of the seismogenic zone. Earth planet. sci. lett.,377-378,347-357, 2013. (pdf)

  143. Latour, S., A. Schubnel S. Nielsen and R. Madariaga Characterization of Nucleation during Laboratory Earthquakes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5064-5069, doi:10.1002/grl.50974, 2013. (pdf)

  144. Urata, Y.S. Hok, E. Fukuyama and R. Madariaga, The effect of thermal pressurization on dynamic fault branching. Geophys. J. Int. , 196, 1237–1246, 2014. (pdf)

  145. Udias, A., R. Madariaga and E. Buforn, Source Mechanisms of Earthquakes, theory and practice. Cambridge University Press , Cambridge,U.K. isbn: 9781107040274 (ref)

  146. S. Ruiz, M. Metois, A. Fuenzalida, J. Ruiz, F. Leyton, R. Grandin, C. Vigny, R. Madariaga, J. Campos. Intense foreshocks and a slow slip event preceded the 2014 Iquique Mw 8.1 earthquake. Science, 345, 1165-1169, 2014. (pdf)

  147. C. Twardzik, S. Das, and R. Madariaga, Inversion for the physical parameters that control the source dynamics of the 2004 Parkfield earthquake J. Geophys. Res., 119, doi:10.1002/2014JB011238 , 2014. (pdf)

  148. Madariaga, R., Seismic source theory, Chapter 2 of vol 4, Earthquake seismology H. Kanamori, ed., Tretatise of Geophysics, 2nd edition AP.  , 2014. (pdf)

  149. J. Diaz-Mojica, V. M. Cruz-Atienza, R. Madariaga, S. K. Singh, J. Tago and Arturo Iglesias Dynamic source inversion of the M6.5 intermediate depth Zumpango earthquake in central Mexico: A parallel genetic algorithm J. Geophys. Res., 119, doi:10.1002/2013JB010854 , 2014. (pdf)

  150. S Ruiz, M Metois, R Grandin, E Rivera, S Leon, S. Cararo, A. Fuenzalida, M. Vallee, F. Leyton, J. Ruiz, C. Vigny, R. Madariaga, J. Campos. Los Terremotos de Iquique 2014 XI Congreso Chileno de Sismologia e Ingenieria Sismica ACHISINA, Santiago de Chile, 2015. (pdf)

  151. K. Sesetyan, E. Cakti and R. Madariaga, Engineering Implications of Source Parameters and 3D Wave Propagation Modeling for the 2004 Parkfield, California, Earthquake. Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 105,1739-1755, 2015. (pdf)

  152. I. Lior, A. Ziv and R. Madariaga, P-wave attenuation with implications for earthquake early warning Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., 106, 2016. (pdf)

  153. M. Bouchon, D. Marsan, V. Duran, M. Campillo, H. Perfettini, R. Madariaga and B. Gardonio, Potential slab deformation and plunge prior to the Tohoku, Iquique and Maule earthquakes. Nature Geosciences, 9, 380-383, 2016. (pdf)

  154. F. X. Passelegue, A. Schubnel, S. Nielsen, H.S. Bhat, D. Deldicque and R. Madariaga, Dynamic rupture processes inferred from laboratory micro-earthquakes J. geophys. res. , 121 , 2016, doi:10.1002/2015JB012694 (pdf)

  155. S. Leon-Rios, S. Ruiz, A. Macksymowicz, F. Leyton, A. Fuenzalida, R. Madariaga, Diversity of the 2014 Iquique's foreshocks and aftershocks: clues about the complex rupture process of a Mw 8.1 earthquake. J. Seismol., 20, 1059-1073, 2016. (pdf)

  156. S.Ruiz, E.Klein, F.del Campo, E. Rivera, P. Poli, M. Metois, Cg. Vigny, J.C. Baez, G. Vargas, F. Leyton, R. Madariaga and L. Fleitout. The Seismic Sequence of the 16 September 2015 Mw 8.3 Illapel, Chile, Earthquake Seismol. Res. Lett. ., 87,789-799, 2016. (pdf)

  157. R. Madariaga, S.Ruiz Earthquake dynamics on circular faults: a review 1970-2015. J. Seismol. , 20, 1059-1073, 2017. (pdf)

  158. F. X. Passelegue, S. Latour, A. Schubnel, S. Nielsen, H. Bhat, R. Madariaga Influence of Fault Strength on Precursory Processes During Laboratory Earthquakes Fault Zone Dynamic Processes: Evolution of Fault Properties During Seismic Rupture, Geophysical Monograph 227i First Edition. Edited by Ma. Y. Thomas, Th. Mitchell, and H. Bhat, 2017. (pdf)

  159. S Ruiz, M Moreno, D Melnick, F Campo, P Poli, JC Baez, F Leyton, R Madariaga, Reawakening of large earthquakes in South-Central Chile: The 2016 Mw 7.6 Chiloe event Geophys. Res. Lett. , 44,10.1002/2017GL074133, 2017. (pdf)

  160. C Herrera, S Ruiz, R Madariaga, P Poli Dynamic inversion of the 2015 Jujuy earthquake and similarity with other intraslab events Geophys. J. Int. , 209,866-875, 2017. (pdf)

  161. V Gabuchian, AJ Rosakis, HS Bhat, R Madariaga, H. Kanamori, Experimental evidence that thrust earthquake ruptures might open faults Nature , 545, 336-338, 2017. (pdf)

  162. S. Ruiz, H. Tavera, P. Poli, C. Herrera, C. Flores, E. Rivera, R. Madariaga, TD Rivera, R. Madariaga,he deep Peru 2015 doublet earthquake Earth Planet. Sci. , 478, 102-109, 2017. (pdf)

  163. S Ruiz, F Aden-Antoniow, JC Baez, C Otarola, B Potin, F Campo, P Poli, C Flores, C Satriano, F Leyton, R Madariaga, P Bernard, Nucleation phase and dynamic inversion of the Mw 6.9 Valparaiso 2017 earthquake in Central Chile Geophys. Res. Lett. , 44, 10.1002/2017GL075675, 2017. (pdf)

  164. S Ruiz and R. Madariaga, Historical and recent large mega-thrust earthquakes in Chile Tectonophysics , xxx, 10.1016/j.tecto.2018.01.015, 2018. (pdf)

  165. F. Leyton, S Ruiz and R. Madariaga, Focal Mechanism, Magnitude and Finite-Fault rapid estimation using the Elliptical Patch Method in Chile. Sismol. Res. Lett , 89, 503-511. 10.1785/0220170174, 2018. (pdf)

  166. P. Romanet H.S. Bhat, R. Jolivet, Fast and slow slip events emerge due to fault geometrical complexity Geophys. Res. Lett , 89, 503-511. 10.1785/0220170174, 2018. (pdf)

  167. Leyton, F, S Ruiz, JC Baez, G Meneses, R Madariaga , How Fast can We Reliably Estimate the Magnitude of Subduction Earthquakes? Geophys. Res. Lett , 89, 10.1029/2018GL078991, 2018. (pdf)

  168. R Madariaga, S Ruiz, E Rivera, F Leyton, JC Baez Near-Field Spectra of Large Earthquakes Pure Applied Geophysics, 2018. (pdf)

  169. N. A. Pino, V. Convertito and R. Madariaga, Clock advance and magnitude limitation through fault interaction: the case of the 2016 central Italy earthquake sequence Geophysical Research Letters, 2019. (pdf)

  170. S Marty, FX Passelegue, J Aubry, HS Bhat, A Schubnel. Origin of high-frequency radiation during laboratory earthquakes Geophysical Research Letters, 2019. (pdf)

  171. Momeni, S.M., Aoudia A., Tatar M., Twardzik C., and Madariaga R. Kinematics of the 2012 Ahar-Varzaghan complex earthquake doublet (Mw6.5 and Mw6.3) Geophysical Journal International, 2019. (pdf)

  172. R. Madariaga Dynamics and spectral properties of subduction earthquakes Societa Italiana di Fisica Corso 202 , 2019. (pdf)

  173. S. Ruiz, J-B Ammirati, F. Leyton, L. Cabrera, B.Potin, and R.Madariaga The January 2019 (Mw 6.7) Coquimbo Earthquake: Insights from a Seismic Sequence within the Nazca Plate SeismologicalResearch Letters, 90, 1936-1843, 2019. (pdf)

  174. M. Acosta, F.X. Passelegue, A. Schubnel, R.Madariaga and M. Violay, Can precursory moment release scale with earthquake magnitude? A view from the laboratory Geophysical Research Letters, 46 , 12927-12937, 2019. (pdf)

  175. B. Derode, R.Madariaga and J. Campos, Seismic rate variations prior to the 2010 Maule, Chile Mw 8.8 giant megathrust earthquake Scientific Reports , 11 , 1-9, 2021. (pdf)

  176. R.Madariaga, Seismic source theory, chapter 4.02 Treatise on Geophysics 2nd edition Springer International Publishing, 2020. (pdf)

  177. Ch. Otarola, S. Ruiz, C. Herrera, R.Madariaga and Ch. Siegel Dynamic rupture of subduction earthquakes located near the trench Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 562 , 116842, 2021. (pdf)

  178. E. Rivera, S. Ruiz, and R.Madariaga Spectrum of strong-motion records for large magnitude Chilean earthquakes Geophysical Journal International, 226 , 1045-1057, 2021. (pdf)

  179. E. Klein, et al Interplay of seismic qnd a-seismic deformation during the 2020 sequence of Atama, Chile Physics of earth and planetary interiors in press, 2021. (pdf)