Dislocation Theory in Earthquake Modeling: Contributions of Roman Teisseyre
Roman Teisseyre was one of the pioneers of applying the dislocation theory in geophysics. The present book recollects his major publications of the years 1961−1990, the milestones in the consecutive stages of the development of the Theory of Earthquake Premonitory and Fracture Processes. The collection reproduced here, showing the evolution of the Author’s ideas, is sort of backup and supplement to monographic publications and gives the reader an easy insight into some top positions representing numerous papers scattered over various journals and books.
Editorial Note, by Anna Dziembowska and Zbigniew Czechowski, 5
Preface, by Zbigniew Czechowski, 9
1. Dislocation theory in earthquake modeling. Introduction to the
collection of early papers and some new ideas in earthquake theory,
by Roman Teisseyre, 13
2. Dynamic and time relations of the dislocation theory of
earthquakes (1961, Acta Geophys. Pol., Vol. V, No. 1/2), 15
3. Some remarks to the dislocational model of energy release in the
earthquakes (1964, Acta Geophys. Pol. Vol. XII, No. 2), 71
4. Thermal stresses and the equivalent dislocation fields (1970, Mat.
Pr. Zakł. Geof., 34), 81
5. Relation between the defect distribution and stresses. The glacier
motion (1978, Acta Geophys. Pol., Vol. XXVI, No. 4), 87
6. Migration of seismic belts. Motion of defects (1980, Publs Inst.
Geophys., Pol. Acad. Sc., A-8(130)), 95
7. A theoretical approach to model the sequence of premonitory
stages before an earthquake (1980, Publs Inst. Geophys. Pol. Acad.
Sc., A-10(142)), 105
8. Creep-flow and earthquake rebound: system of the internal stress
evolution (1985, Acta Geophys. Pol., Vol XXXIII, No. 1), 117
9. Earthquake premonitory and rebound theory: Synthesis and
revision of principles (1990, Acta Geophys. Pol. XXXVIII, No.3), 131
10. Roman Teisseyre’s Bibliography over the Years 1953-2016,
compiled by Anna Dziembowska and Zofia Okrasińska, 141