IGCP 567 > Project publications
Studies in Archaeological Sciences (Leuven University Press, Belgium) – EARTHQUAKE ARCHAEOLOGY
This multi-author introductory textbook on graduate and post-graduate level, aims at covering the current state-of-the-art on earthquake archaeology. This textbook is oriented towards all researchers active in and around archaeological sites, primarily belonging to the archaeological community, as well as to a broader readership of earth scientists, seismic hazard practitioners, policy makers, architects, etc.
The book is planned to be published in the fall 2012.
Special Issues IGCP567
EARTHQUAKES AND PALEOSEISMOLOGY
P.G. Silva, M. Sintubin & K. Reicherter, Eds., Quaternary International 242(1), 1 October 2011, 1-258.
- Guest editorial New Advances in studies of earthquake archaeology and paleoseismology. doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2011.05.001.
Tales Set in Stone
40 Years of the International Geoscience Programme (IGCP)
Published by UNESCO and the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), 2012. This volume celebrates the 40th Anniversary the international geosciences programme (IGCP) with a selection of the Tales Set in Stone drawn from examples of excellent IGCP projects which were conducted since its inception in 1972.
- IGCP 567: Ancient Earthquakes (2008-2012)
- Tales Set in Stone: learning from ancient earthquakes – 26.01.2012
- Full publication
At the meeting celebrating the 40th Anniversary of IGCP, M. Sintubin defended the relevancy of IGCP and reflected on the future of the theme Geohazards, mitigating the risks, based on the success of IGCP 567.
Publications IGCP 567
- Ceccaroni, E., Ameri, G. Gomez Capera, A.A. & Galadini, F. 2009. The 2nd century AD earthquake in central Italy: archaeoseismological data and seismotectonic implications. Natural Hazards 50, 335-359 - doi: 10.1007/s11069-009-9343-x
- Hinzen, K.-G. 2009. Simulation of Toppling Columns in Archaeoseismology. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99(5), 2855-2875 - doi: 10.1785/0120080241
- Sintubin, M. & Stewart, I.S. A Logical Methodology for Archaeoseismology: A Proof of Concept at the Archaeological Site of Sagalassos, Southwest Turkey. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 98(5), 2209-2230 – doi: 10.1785/0120070178
- Seismological Research Letters 79(6), November/December 2008 – Earthquake Archaeology – Just a Good Story? (Sintubin, M., Stewart, I.S., Niemi, T. & Altunel, E) – doi: 10.1785/gssrl.79.6.767
Abstracts at meetings
- Morelia 2012 – abstract
- Corinth 2011 – abstract
- INQUA 2011 – Paleoseismology, megacities, and critical social infrastructures
- SSA 2011 Annual Meeting – Archeoseismology: Learning about Ancient Earthquakes from the Archeological Record
- Bhuj 2011 – IGCP Session on Archaeoseismology
- Ankara2010 – Tectonic Crossroads – Seismicity, palaeoseismicity & archaeoseismology of the Mediterranean region
- EGU General Assembly 2010 – Environmental hazards and Ancient Societies: Lessons from the Past?
- HOKUDAN 2010 – Archaeoseismology, in search of antique seismoscopes
- Baelo Claudia 2009 – abstracts
- Geoarchaeology 2009 - abstracts
- 62nd Geological Congress of Turkey - Palaeoseismology and Archaeoseismology
- ESC 2008 General Assembly – Methods to parameterize archaeoseismological events and case studies
- IGC 2008 – abstracts
- EGU 2008 – abstracts
- SSA 2008 Annual Meeting – Archaeoseismological Methodologies: Principles and Practices
Lectures at meetings
- Archaeoseismology, how quantitative does it have to be?– Klaus-G. Hinzen – European Seismological Commission 32nd General Assembly, September 6-10, 2010, Montpellier, France - abstract