Seminars & Talks

CURRENT AND PAST WORK ON ACTIVE FAULTS IN LOW TO MODERATE STRAIN CONTINENTAL REGIONS

    • Visiting talk at: Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety, Paris France / European Centre Research & Teaching In Geosciences, Aix-en-Provence, France / Institute of Earth Sciences (ISTerre), Grenoble France / 2022

(online recording) SURFACE EFFECTS, SEISMIC HAZARD, PALEOSEISMOLOGY AND TECTONOPHYSICS OF AUSTRALIA AND LOW-STRAIN REGION FAULTS

    • The Deformation & Tectonics Talk Series (DeTect) / 2021

(online recording) MOVERS AND SHAKERS DOWN-UNDER 

    • COMET webinar series / 2020

INTRAPLATE FAULTS, SEISMIC HAZARD, AND REVERSE EARTHQUAKE STRONG GROUND MOTIONS

    • Brown Bag seminar / Department of Earth Sciences / University of Oxford

WHAT AUSTRALIAN SURFACE RUPTURES TELL US ABOUT INTRAPLATE FAULTS, SEISMIC HAZARD, AND REVERSE EARTHQUAKE STRONG GROUND MOTIONS

    • Department of Earth Sciences seminar series / University of Cambridge

GEOLOGICAL EXPRESSIONS OF FAULTING AND EARTHQUAKE STRONG GROUND MOTIONS IN INTRAPLATE TERRAINS

    • Earthquake and Active Tectonics (EAT) group seminar / Department of Earth Sciences / University of Oxford / 2020

SCANNING THE ANATOMY OF A SIGNIFICANT INTRAPLATE EARTHQUAKE

    • Tag-team seminar with Januka Attanayake and Abraham Jones (all University of Melbourne) / School of Earth Sciences seminar series / University of Melbourne / 2019

IN HARM’S WAY – NATURAL DISASTERS AND RESPONSE

    • Talk and panel with Tom Bamforth / Humanitarian Lecture Series / Woodford Folk Festival, QLD, Aus / 2017

OUT OF OFFICE: FIELD WORK IN EARTH SCIENCES

    • Tag-team seminar with Luke Mahoney and Matt Wood / Science Festival / University of Melbourne / 2017

 

Conference talks/posters

  1. King, T., Quigley, M., Clark, D., Prideaux, F., (2021) Near-field directionality of earthquake strong ground motions measured by displaced geological objects, Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting (TALK)
  2. King, T., (2021) Intraplate faults, seismic hazard, & reverse earthquake strong ground motions, EDITH – From Earthquake Deformation To SHA, Kickoff Meeting (Invited speaker)
  3. King, T., Quigley, M., Clark, D. and Yang, H. (2020). Evaluating the long-term history of surface-rupturing faults in a low strain-rate region; questions for incorporating active fault data into seismic hazard assessments. In AGU Fall Meeting 2020 (POSTER)
  4. King, T.R., (2020) Australian surface-rupturing faults: Questions for incorporating active fault data into SHAs in low strain-rate regions, in All Hands on Deck: Promoting Faults in Seismic Hazard Assessment, Fault2SHA 5th Workshop. (TALK)
  5. King, T.R., Quigley, M.C., and Clark, D. (2020) Near-field directionality of earthquake strong ground motions measured by displaced geological objects, in EGU General Assembly 2020, Vienna. (POSTER/TALK)
  6. Quigley, M.C., King, T.R., and Clark, D. (2020). The 2016 Mw 6.1 Petermann Ranges earthquake rupture, Australia: another “one-off” stable continental region earthquake, in EGU General Assembly 2020, Vienna. (POSTER/TALK)
  7. King, T., Quigley, M., Clark, D. (2019) Strong ground shaking and the absence thereof: insights from displaced and fragile geologic objects in remote Australia, Southern California Earthquake Centre, 2019 Annual Meeting, Workshop: Evaluation of seismic hazard models with fragile geological features (TALK)
  8. King, T., Quigley, M., Clark, D. (2019) Surface-rupturing earthquakes in Australia: bedrock controls on multi-fault reverse ruptures and near-field strong ground motion effects, Southern California Earthquake Centre, 2019 Annual Meeting, (POSTER)
  9. Gold, R., Clark, D., King, T., Quigley, M. (2017) Surface rupture and vertical deformation associated with 20 May 2016 M6 Petermann Ranges earthquake, Northern Territory, Australia, EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, Vienna (POSTER)
  10. King, T., Quigley, M., Sandiford, M., Clark, D. (2017) Near-source strong ground motions inferred from displaced geologic objects, Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference, Canberra
    (CONFERENCE PAPER)
  11. Gibson, G., King, T. (2016) The Petermann ranges Mw 6.1 Earthquake of 2016-05-20 1814 UTC and its aftershocks, Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference, Melbourne
  12. King, T., (2016) Precariously balanced rocks and other palaeoseismic proxies across Australia, Neotectonics on the Australian Plate Symposium, Canberra (POSTER)