Bedrock (limestone) fault plane exposed across hillside, central Apennines, Italy (Fiamignano fault).
Surface slip on the Mt Vettore fault from the 2016 earthquake sequence (photo taken in 2017), me for scale.
Infographic produced one year after the 2016 Amatrice earthquake.
Structural map of the Mt. Le Scalette fault that ruptured in 1997. Analysis of slip direction and slope show poor agreement and indicate coseismic effects are unlikely to be due to gravitational effects. (Mildon et. al 2016, JSG)
15kyr slip histories on 6 faults in the central Apennines, inverted from cosmogenic 36Cl analysis of the bedrock scarp (Mildon et al., 2020, EarthArXiv)
Coulomb stress transfer through the 2016 earthquake sequence, central Italy. (Mildon et al. 2017, GJI)
Seismicity in the 2018 - 2019 Newdigate sequence, UK. We explored whether the microseismicity was natural or induced. (Hicks et al 2019, SRL)
Damage in Amatrice following the Mw = 6.0 earthquake on the 24th August 2016. Photo taken on 09.10.16, as part of EEFIT mission.
Surveying coseismic ruptures following the Mw = 7.0 Kumamoto earthquake, Japan.
Taking structural measurements along a bedrock fault scarp, central Apennines (Laga fault).
Map of the Messina 1908 earthquake. We looked at levelling data (coloured dots) to determine the source fault. (Meschis et al. 2019, Nat. Sci. Rep.)