Individual contributing scientists

Several scientists have shared their knowledge with us for many years now. We thank all of them and apologize if we forgot anyone. Please contact us for requesting corrections. 


Become a contributor

The DISS Working Group is open to collaborations with the scientific community. By working together, we can build a better seismogenic fault database and deliver our improved knowledge to the seismic hazard modelers.


Linkedin Group

Join our linkedin group to receive updates about the database and participate in discussions on seismogenesis related topics, such as recent earthquakes, seismic and tsunami hazard, publication of scientific papers and more.

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Sign up as Registered User

Enhance your navigation experience of the DISS web-GIS by signing in as a registered user! Our user interface will give you the ability to comment and/or read others' comments about seismogenic sources. We are willing to hear what the community thinks about each database record and welcome all suggestions.


Develop your own regional database

The DISS Working Group has come a long way since the DISS first release in developing an efficient platform to store, process, and display data about seismogenic sources. We are willing to share our experience and tools with others.


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