David Schmidt
David Schmidt
Professor, Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington
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Time‐dependent land uplift and subsidence in the Santa Clara valley, California, from a large interferometric synthetic aperture radar data set
DA Schmidt, R Bürgmann
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B9), 2003
Earthquake potential along the northern Hayward fault, California
R Bürgmann, D Schmidt, RM Nadeau, M d'Alessio, E Fielding, ...
Science 289 (5482), 1178-1182, 2000
Interseismic uplift rates for western Oregon and along‐strike variation in locking on the Cascadia subduction zone
RJ Burgette, RJ Weldon, DA Schmidt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B1), 2009
Distribution of aseismic slip rate on the Hayward fault inferred from seismic and geodetic data
DA Schmidt, R Bürgmann, RM Nadeau, M d'Alessio
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B8), 2005
Controls on the seasonal deformation of slow-moving landslides
AL Handwerger, JJ Roering, DA Schmidt
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 377, 239-247, 2013
Slicing up the San Francisco Bay area: Block kinematics and fault slip rates from GPS‐derived surface velocities
MA d'Alessio, IA Johanson, R Bürgmann, DA Schmidt, MH Murray
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B6), 2005
Source parameters and time‐dependent slip distributions of slow slip events on the Cascadia subduction zone from 1998 to 2008
DA Schmidt, H Gao
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B4), 2010
Slow-slip phenomena in Cascadia from 2007 and beyond: A review
J Gomberg, Cascadia 2007 and Beyond Working Group
Bulletin 122 (7-8), 963-978, 2010
Using DInSAR, airborne LiDAR, and archival air photos to quantify landsliding and sediment transport
JJ Roering, LL Stimely, BH Mackey, DA Schmidt
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (19), 2009
Geologic heterogeneity can produce aseismic slip transients
RM Skarbek, AW Rempel, DA Schmidt
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (21), 2012
Scaling relationships of source parameters for slow slip events
H Gao, DA Schmidt, RJ Weldon
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 102 (1), 352-360, 2012
Using advanced InSAR techniques to monitor landslide deformations induced by tunneling in the Northern Apennines, Italy
B Bayer, A Simoni, D Schmidt, L Bertello
Engineering geology 226, 20-32, 2017
Landslides, threshold slopes, and the survival of relict terrain in the wake of the Mendocino Triple Junction
GL Bennett, SR Miller, JJ Roering, DA Schmidt
Geology 44 (5), 363-366, 2016
Active movement of the Cascade landslide complex in Washington from a coherence-based InSAR time series method
X Tong, D Schmidt
Remote Sensing of Environment 186, 405-415, 2016
Tracking lava flow emplacement on the east rift zone of Kīlauea, Hawai ‘i, with synthetic aperture radar coherence
HR Dietterich, MP Poland, DA Schmidt, KV Cashman, DR Sherrod, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 13 (5), 2012
Demonstration of the Cascadia G‐FAST geodetic earthquake early warning system for the Nisqually, Washington, earthquake
BW Crowell, DA Schmidt, P Bodin, JE Vidale, J Gomberg, ...
Seismological Research Letters 87 (4), 930-943, 2016
Deformation responses of slow moving landslides to seasonal rainfall in the Northern Apennines, measured by InSAR
B Bayer, A Simoni, M Mulas, A Corsini, D Schmidt
Geomorphology 308, 293-306, 2018
Beyond the angle of repose: A review and synthesis of landslide processes in response to rapid uplift, Eel River, Northern California
JJ Roering, BH Mackey, AL Handwerger, AM Booth, DA Schmidt, ...
Geomorphology 236, 109-131, 2015
Historic drought puts the brakes on earthflows in Northern California
GL Bennett, JJ Roering, BH Mackey, AL Handwerger, DA Schmidt, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (11), 5725-5731, 2016
Kinematics of earthflows in the Northern California Coast Ranges using satellite interferometry
AL Handwerger, JJ Roering, DA Schmidt, AW Rempel
Geomorphology 246, 321-333, 2015
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