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David E. Alexander
What makes an extreme geological event a catastrophe?
Erhan Altunel Compatible and incompatible archaeological, historical and geological evidence for the large historical earthquakes on the Dinar Fault, western Turkey
Erhan Altunel Earthquake Rupture in Ancient Cnidus, SW Turkey
Nicholas N. Ambraseys Value of historical seismicity
Paulina Ekua Amponsah Seismic Activity in south eastern Ghana
Mohamed A.H. Abdel Aziz Earthquake Hazard Analysis for Some Archeological Sites in Egypt
Mark E. Bailey Time-Variability of the Interplanetary Complex
Victor R. Baker Catastrophic floods: scientific understanding and continuing human ignorance
Miryam Bar-Matthews Evidence for abrupt changes in paleorainfall during the Holocene in the Eastern Mediterranean region as evident from speleothems
Christian Beck Late Pleistocene-Holocene major earthquakes along the Boconò Fault (Mérida Andes, Venezuela): sedimentary record in the Los Zerpa moraine-dammed paleo-lake.
Christian Beck Late Pleistocene-Holocene record of north-western Alps seismic events in lacustrine sediments: combined relations with local active tectonic features and last deglaciation.
Arnfried Becker Rockfalls triggered by the AD 1356 Basle earthquake
Antony R. Berger Nature in flux, not balance - some broader implications of rapid geological change
Carla Bottari Seismicity of Sicily before 1000AD: archaeological evidence
Dan Bowman Late-Pleistocene seismites from Lake Issyk-kul , the Tien Shan range, Kyrgyzstan
Ann Breen Late Holocene climatic variability and site sensitivity in the Maya lowlands of northern Belize
Edward Bryant Periodic mega-tsunami in the southwest Pacific: physical and human impacts
Ted Bryant Evidence for Cosmogenic Tsunami
David A. Burney Explicit tests for models of ecosystem collapse in late Holocene Madagascar
Lionel Carter Deep Ocean Responses to Geological and Climatic Catastrophes along the New Zealand Plate Boundary.
Alex Chepstow-Lusty A tale of two lakes: droughts, El Niños and major cultural change during the last 5000 years in the Cuzco region of Peru
Alex Chepstow-Lusty A Late Holocene record of El Niño/arid events and cultural changes from the Cuzco region, Peru
S.V.M. Clube The calendar and the Holocene
Valerio Comerci The Rieti (Italy), Central Apennines, 1898 earthquake: how the study of moderate seismic events can help the earthquake hazard reduction
Carlos E. Cordova Abrupt vegetation and soil changes in southwestern Crimea during the Holocene
Mauro Cremaschi The Late Desertification In The Central Sahara: Rise And Decline Of The Kingdom Of Garamantes
Andrew B. Cundy Lagoonal sediments as indicators of coseismic uplift around Acapulco, Mexico
Alastair Dawson The Storegga Slide and Tsunami in the North Atlantic Region
John Dayton Santorini and the collapse of the Bronze Age Civilisation
John Dearing IGBP-PAGES Focus 5 Human Impacts on Terrestrial Ecosystems (HITE)
John Dodson Dramatic change following human settlement on small Pacific Islands
Dale Dominey-Howes The Late Minoan tsunami in the eastern Mediterranean: a re-examination
Nancy C. Weeks Doubleday Implications of Records of Catastrophic Change for the Development of an Ecosystem Approach to Environmental Decision-Making
Nancy C. Weeks Doubleday Combustion records in sediments and environmental change in the Holocene in Arctic Canada
Stuart Dunning Rock Avalanches in High Mountains - A Sedimentological Investigation
Warren J. Eastwood The mid-second millennium ‘Minoan’ eruption of Santorini (Thera): examining cause and effect of catastrophic volcanism.
Warren J. Eastwood East Mediterranean civilisation collapse and climatic catastrophes: examining the Palaeoecological record based on stable isotope data.
Omer Emre February 3, 2002 Sultandagi Earthquake (Mw:6.5), Central Southwestern Turkey
Paul R. Epstein Shifting times and paradigms: Climate change and public health
Daniela Fanetti Geological And Environmental Catastrophes In The Central Alps: An Integrated Approach In The Lake Como Region, Italy
John Flenley The Easter Island Catastrophe
Lars G. Franzen Cosmic activity as detected from raised bog stratigraphies in Northern Europe and Siberia. Cause, or non-cause, to climate detoriation and Dark Ages in Middle and Late Holocene?
Sam J Freeth Changes in population distribution as a response to volcanic activity in the Western Highlands of Cameroon
Michael R. Frogley High resolution isotopic and faunal evidence for climatic variability in the Lucre Basin, Cuzco region, Peru, over the last 2000 years
Benjamin R. Gearey Building to Disaster: Prehistoric Trackway Construction, Palaeohydrological Change and Bog Bursts at Derryville Bog, Ireland
Santiago Giralt 45-year cycles of water level oscillations in the KaraBogazGol - Caspian Sea system.
Raisa Gracheva Abrupt environmental change and depopulation of Upper Volga lowland, Central Russia, around 2, 600 BP
Margaret J. Guccione Bootheel Lineament, the elusive surface rupture of the New Madrid Seismic Zone?
George J. Gumerman Modeling Anasazi social dynamics and environmental change
Simon G. Haberle Ecosystem Collapse and Agrarian Innovation in the Highlands of New Guinea
Fekri A. Hassan The Collapse of the Old Kingdom: Low Floods, Famines, and Anarchy
Klaus-G. Hinzen Evidence for a Medieval-Earthquake with Damaging Effects on Buildings from Late Antiquity in Cologne, Germany
Jacqueline Homan History, archaeology and the development of seismic culture: an exploration of earthquake hazard in Turkey
Özden Ileri Sedimentation rate and pattern of Lake Eber hosted in a seismically active basin, central Anatolia, Turkey
Arie S. Issar Climate changes during the Holocene as a key to forecast impact of greenhouse effect on the climate of the Mediterranean Region
Lionel E. Jackson, Jr. Lava flows and legends—Quaternary earthquakes, volcanism, and catastrophic outburst floods in central Yukon Territory, Canada
Elisa J. Kagan Cave Deposits as Recorders of Paleoseismicity: a Record from Two Caves Located 60 km West of the Dead Sea Transform (Jerusalem, Israel)
Christopher Kilburn Collapsing mountains: the threat from giant, rapid landslides
Andrea Kiss Natural Crisis-Situations in Late Medieval Hungary
Konstantin Kostov Speleothems as paleoseismic indicators: examples from Bulgaria
Michael D. Krom Strontium isotopic and petrologic evidence for Nile flow failure at the end of the Old Kingdom, Egypt
Salomon B. Kroonenberg Caspian sea-level change: a catastrophe and a blessing in disguise
Wolfgang Kundt The 1908 Tunguska Catastrophe: a forming kimberlite ?
Clark Spencer Larsen The Transition from Foraging to Farming and the Impact on Human Health: The Bioarchaeological Record
Lars Berg Larsen The sixth century climatic catastrophe told by the ice cores
Francis Lemeille Research of activity periods of the active Aigion Fault (Corinth Gulf, Greece) pointed out by the palaeo-environmental study of Holocene and Upper Pleistocene deposits
Suzanne Leroy Is there a link between an early Byzantine seismic event (recorded in Lake Manyas sediment, N-W Turkey) and the end of the Beysehir Occupation Phase?
Mary Lewis Suffer the Little Children? Industrialisation and human health in the eighteenth century
Sturt W. Manning Tree-rings, environmental/climate change, and history in the east Mediterranean
Robert Marchant Inter-tropical evidence for rapid climate change about 4000 years before present: a review
Robert Marchant Pollen-based biome reconstructions for the past 450, 000 years from the Funza-2 core, Colombia: comparisons with model-based vegetation reconstructions.
Robert Marchant Mid to Late Holocene pollen-based biome reconstructions for Colombia: a regional reconstruction
Jersy Marino Reconstruction and aftermath of the catastrophic AD 1600 Huaynaputina eruption, south Peru
Fabienne Marret Climatic instability in mid and low latitudes during the Holocene: the 4.1 cal. ka climatic event
Fabienne Marret Abrupt changes and permanence of rainforests from Atlantic central Africa during the Holocene
Jesus Martinez-Frias Megacryometeors: fall of atmospheric ice blocks from ancient to modern times
W. Bruce Masse The human dimensions of cosmic impact: an analysis of South America's myths of the "Great Fire"
Sharad Master Umm al Binni lake, a possible Holocene impact structure in the marshes of southern Iraq: Geological evidence for its age, and implications for Bronze-age Mesopotamia.
Matt McGlone The Polynesian settlement of New Zealand: catastrophe and accommodations
Mustapha Meghraoui Palaeoseismology and archeoseismology along the Dead Sea fault in Syria: Earthquake faulting and potential for a completed historical seismicity catalogue
Mustapha Meghraoui Late Holocene paleoseismic timing and slip history along the Missyaf segment of the Dead Sea fault in Syria
Sarah Metcalfe Making a catastrophe out of a crisis: climatic and environmental disturbance in Mesoamerica
Michael E. Moseley Convergent Catastrophe and Human Response in the Central Andes
Robert Muir-Wood The Quantification of Natural Catastrophe Risk and the new Risk Markets
Nils-Axel Mörner Coastal flooding; myths and facts in past, present and future sea level changes
Nils-Axel Mörner Paleoseismic characteristics: the Swedish case
Robert J. Nicholls Atlantic Sea-Level Rise: Adaptation to Imaginable Worst Case Climate Change (ATLANTIS)
Andrei Ol'khovatov The 1908 Tunguska event: facts are against space impact and point to geophysical origin
Mehmet Salim Oncel Heavy Metal Pollution In Cayirova Creek, Kocaeli, Marmara Sea (Turkey)
Salim M. Oncel In search of the source a sudden and short-lived salinity peak linked to an early Byzantine seismic event recorded in Lake Manyas sediment (N-W Turkey)
Eva Panagiotakopulu Pharaonic Egypt and the origins of Plague
Ioannis D. Papanikolaou Slip-rates on active faults from offset end-glacial features, central Italy: Data for seismic hazard mapping.
Charlotte Pearson Volcanic Eruptions of the Holocene: An Interdisciplinary Approach to a New Methodology for Absolute Dating.
Benny Peiser Sub-Critical Impacts during the Holocene
Christian Pfister Natural disasters and the national identity in Switzerland 1806-1910
Luigi Piccardi First Trench Investigation Along The Gargano Fault, Apulia Foreland, Southern Italy
Eric Post Northern Mammals and the Ghosts of Winters Past
C.A. Pshenichny Knowledge Base of Formation of Subaerial Eruption Unit
M. Teresa Ramirez-Herrera Holocene coastal uplift along Punta de Mita, the Pacific margin of southwest Mexico.
Mike Rampino Threats to Civilization from Impacts and Super-eruptions
Jean-Paul Raynal The last eruptions of the Chaine des Puys (France) and their impacts on prehistoric environments
Jessica M Reeves Return to the Blue Lagoon - The Holocene marine transgression of Lake Carpentaria, Australia
Klaus Reicherter Holocene palaeoseismic history of the Central Betic Cordilleras (S-Spain)
Santiago Riera Holocene environmental vulnerability in Iberian Peninsula from pollen records: atlantic and mediterranean patterns
D. De Rita Catastrophic events conditioning human activities in the volcanic areas of Central Italy: examples from the Albano maar lake (Colli Albani, south of Rome) and from the Neapolitan volcanoes
Charlotte Roberts Urban squalor or delight: living in towns in the past
Xavier Rodó Cholera and climate in Bangladesh: An overview of current and past relationships in an endemic region
Eugene Rogozhin The Late Pleistocene and Holocene seismic history of the Northern Eurasia from trenching data
Alexei N. Rudoy Late-Quaternary Diluvial Floodstreams in the mountains Of Altai And Tuva
Derek Rust Landslides as paleoseismological indicators
Robert Sallares The emergence of falciparum malaria as a new disease in Roman Italy
Arndt Schimmelmann A 200 yr cycle of floods and droughts linking the Americas from California to the Amazon over the past 2, 000 years
Michael Schnellmann Lacustrine Slump Deposits and Tsunamis: Earthquake History and Seismic Hazard
Antje Schwalb Climatic catastrophes in continuous records – evidence and causes
Stephen Self Super-eruptions: volcanic activity with a global impact
Roy J. Shlemon The Holocene 'Downtown fault' in Salt Lake City, Utah: Technical controversies and geopolitics
Pablo. G. Silva Paleoseismic record at the ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia (Cádiz, South Spain)
Dominique Similox-Tohon Active normal faults near the ancient city of Sagalassos (SW Turkey) revealed by geomorphological features and drainage patterns using satellite images and a digital elevation model
S. Fred Singer How likely is a human-caused climate catastrophe?
Manuel Sintubin Neotectonics in the territory of the ancient city of Sagalassos (SW Turkey)
Alexei L. Sobisevich Volcanic Hazard in the Northern Caucasus: New Technologies of Monitoring Magma Structures
Steven Soter Archaeological evidence of earthquakes in the area of Helike, Achaia, Greece from the Early Bronze Age to Late Antiquity
David W. Stahle Megadrought and megadeath in 16th century Mexico
Duncan Steel The Coherent Catastrophism Hypothesis
James T. Teller Outbursts from Lake Agassiz and their possible impact on coastal environments
Peter Thejll The scope of solar influence on Holocene climate
Mohammed Umer Present and Past Extreme Climate events in Ethiopia
Griet Verhaert The use of carbonate precipitates in neotectonic research: methodology and applicability
Siim Veski Kaali Meteorite impact induced Ecological catastrophe 800–400 BC, as revealed by pollen, XRD, LOI and 14C analyses of peat containing impact ejecta
Siim Veski Prehistoric man and the Baltic Sea at Pärnu, southwestern Estonia. Shifting coasts and a possible tsunami in the Baltic Sea 8400–8200 years BP
Harvey Weiss The Sandcrossers, in space and time
Ian P. Wilkinson Environmental instability and the Holocene ecosystem of Lake Sevan, Armenia
Kathy Willis Biotic response to the mid-Holocene (4.2 ka BP) aridification event in the Mediterranean
V. Zykina Climatic record from the shore and bottom of the Chany Lake (Semi-arid Western Siberia)
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