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  • Paasche, H; Eberle, D; Das, Sonali; Cooper, Antony K; Debba, Pravesh; Dietrich, P; Dudeni-Thlone, N; Gläßer, C; Kijko, A; Knobloch, A; Lausch, A; Meyer, U; Smit, A; Stettler, A; Werban, U (Springer Verlag, 2013-11)
    This article reflects discussions German and South African Earth scientists, statisticians and risk analysts had on occasion of two bilateral workshops on Data Integration Technologies for Earth System Modelling and Resource ...
  • Singh, M; Kijko, A; Durrheim, R (Springer, 2011-10)
    A first-order seismotectonic model was created for South Africa. This was done using four logical steps: geoscientific data collection, characterisation, assimilation and zonation. Through the definition of subunits of ...
  • Kijko, A; Lasocki, S; Retief, SJP (1999)
    A technique to interpret a cluster of seismic events in terms of causative structures is described. The process consists of moving the located hypocenters of events within their confidence ellipsoids until a simplified ...
  • Durrheim, RJ; Anderson, RL; Cichowicz, A; Ebrahim-Trollope, R; Hubert, G; Kijko, A; McGarr, A; Ortlepp, WD; Van der Merwe, N (Daya Publishing House, 2011)
    Examining the occurrence of seismic activity in South Africa, the authors point out that the seismic event on 9 March 2005 could be ascribed to past mining, and that seismic events will continue to occur in the gold mining ...
  • Durrheim, RJ; Anderson, RL; Cichowicz, A; Ebrahim-Trolloped, R; Hubert, G; Kijko, A; McGarr, A; Ortlepp, WD; Van der Merwe, N (2006-10)
    A magnitude 5.3 seismic event occurred on 9 March 2005 in the Klerksdorp district of South Africa. The event and aftershocks shook the nearby town of Stilfontein, causing serious damage to several buildings and minor ...
  • Mendecki, AJ; Van ZBrink, A; Green, RWE; Mountfort, P; Dzhafarov, A; Niewiadomski, J; Kijko, A; Sciocatti, M; Radu, S; Van Aswegen, G; Hewlett, P; De Kock, E; Stankiewicz, T (1996-05)
    This report discusses the routine seismic monitoring mechanism which was introduced in mines over 30 years ago with two major objectives in mind: to locate major seismic events and thus guide rescue operations and to detect ...