Alik Ismail-Zadeh - Selected Publications#

1. Ismail-Zadeh, A., Cutter, S.L., Takeuchi, K., and Paton, D. (2017). Forging a paradigm shift in disaster science, Nat. Hazards, 86, 969-988.

2. Ismail-Zadeh, A., Korotkii, A., and Tsepelev (2016). Data-driven Numerical Modeling in Geodynamics: Methods and Applications, Springer, Heidelberg.

3. Korotkii, A., Kovtunov, D., Ismail-Zadeh, A., Tsepelev, I., and Melnik, O. (2016). Quantitative reconstruction of thermal and dynamic characteristics of lava from surface thermal measurements, Geophys. J. Int., 205, 1767–1779.

4. Cutter, S., Ismail-Zadeh, A., Alcántara-Ayala, I., et al. (2015). Global risks: pool knowledge to stem losses from disasters, Nature, 522, 277-279.

5. Sokolov, V., and Ismail-Zadeh, A. (2015). Seismic hazard from instrumentally recorded, historical and simulated earthquakes: Application to the Tibet-Himalayan region, Tectonophysics, 657, 187-204.

6. Ismail-Zadeh, A., Urrutia Fucugauchi, J., Kijko, A., Takeuchi, K., and Zaliapin, I., eds. (2014) Extreme Natural Hazards, Disaster Risks and Societal Implications, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

7. Ismail-Zadeh, A., Honda, S., and Tsepelev, I. (2013). Linking mantle upwelling with the lithosphere descent and the Japan Sea evolution: a hypothesis, Nature Scientific Reports, 3, 1137, doi: 10.1038/srep01137.

8. Ismail-Zadeh, A., Matenco, L., Radulian, M., Cloetingh, S., and Panza, G. (2012). Geodynamic and intermediate-depth seismicity in Vrancea (the south-eastern Carpathians): Current State-of-the-Art, Tectonophysics, 530-531, 50-79.

9. Doglioni, C., Ismail-Zadeh, A., Panza, G., and Riguzzi, F. (2011). Lithosphere-asthenosphere viscosity contrast and decoupling, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 189, 1-8.

10. Ismail-Zadeh, A., and Tackley, P. J. (2010) Computational Methods for Geodynamics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Full list of publications.

Alik Ismail-Zadeh's Hirsh index is 24 ( The major impact of A. Ismail-Zadeh's research and papers have been in the field of computational geodynamics and inverse problems (data assimilation) in geodynamical models as well as in research related to disaster risk assessment, including his recent Nature (2015) paper.

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