Jamie NeelyPostdoctoral Scholar

Research Focus:
Estimating earthquake stress drop uncertainty
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PhD Earth and Planetary Sciences, Northwestern University (2022)

MS Applied Statistics, Northwestern University (2022)

MS Geosciences, Penn State University (2016)

BA Physics & History, Bowdoin College (2010)

Research Interests

Earthquake source processes, earthquake forecast models, model uncertainty

Selected Publications

Neely, J.S., Salditch, L., Spencer, B.D., Stein S., A more realistic model for the probability of large earthquakes. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. In Review

Neely, J.S., Stein S. (2021), Why do continental normal fault earthquakes have smaller maximum magnitudes? Tectonophysics 809. doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2021.228854

Neely, J.S., Stein, S., Spencer, B.D. (2020), Large uncertainties in earthquake stress-drop estimates and their tectonic consequences, Seismological Research Letters 91(4), 2320-2329. doi:10.1785/0220200004 

Neely, J.S., Huang, Y., Fan, W. (2019), Earthquake rupture characteristics along a developing transform boundary, Geophysical Journal International 219(2), 1237-1252. doi:10.1093/gji/ggz357

Neely, J.S., Stein, S., Merino, M., Adams, J. (2018), Have we seen the largest earthquakes in eastern North America? Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 284, 17-27. doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2018.09.005

Neely, J.S., Furlong, K.P. (2018), Evidence of displacement-driven maturation along the San Cristobal Trough transform plate boundary. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 485, 88–98. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2017.12.044