Publications

 

 

In Revision

Stahl, T., Tye, A. Reconstructing the paleoseismic slip history of a normal fault using the Schmidt hammer: application to the Hebgen Fault (Montana, USA). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

In Review

Litchfield et al. Surface ruptures and paleoseismology of the Mw 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake reveal end-member complexity. BSSA Special Issue.

Refereed Journal Articles

(1) Stirling, M. et al. The Mw 7.8 2016 Kaikōura earthquake: Surface fault rupture, and seismic hazard context. Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering

(2) Stahl,. T., Clark, M., Zekkos, D., Athanasopoulos-Zekkos, A., Willis, M., Medwedeff, W., Knuper, L., Townsend, K., Jin, J. 2017. Earthquake science in resilient societies. Tectonics 36: 749-753.

(3) Stahl, T., Niemi, N. 2017. Late Quaternary faulting in the Sevier Desert driven by magmatism. Nature Scientific Reports: doi:10.1038/srep44372.

(4) Stahl, T., Quigley, M.C., Bebbington, M. 2016. Tectonic geomorphology of the Fox Peak and Forest Creek faults: slip rates, segmentation and earthquake magnitudes. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics: doi: 10.1080/00288306.2016.1212908.

(5) Stahl, T., Quigley, M.C., McGill, A., Bebbington, M. 2016. Modeling the maximum moment magnitudes of two imbricate reverse faults: results from a paleoseismic study of the Fox Peak and Forest Creek faults, New Zealand.  Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 106(5): doi: 10.1785/0120150215.

(6) Stahl, T., Bilderback, E.L., Quigley, M.C., Nobes, D.C., Massey, C. 2014. Coseismic landsliding during the Mw 7.1 Darfield (Canterbury) Earthquake: Implications for paleoseismic studies of landslides. Geomorphology 214: p. 114-127.

(7) Cook, S.J., McColl, S.T., Stahl, T. 2013. Surveying and dating post-glacial lake shorelines in New Zealand. RICS Research Trust Report. November 2013.

(8) Duffy, B., Quigley, M., Barrell, D., Van Dissen, R., Stahl, T., Leprince, S., McInnes, C., Bilderback, E. 2013. Fault kinematics and surface deformation across a releasing bend during the 2010 MW7.1 Darfield, New Zealand, earthquake revealed by differential LiDAR and cadastral surveying. GSA Bulletin 125 (3- 4): p. 420-431.

(9) Stahl, T., Winkler, S., Bebbington, M., Quigley, M., Duffy, B., Duke, D. 2013. Schmidt hammer exposure age dating (SHD) of late Quaternary fluvial terraces in New Zealand. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (15): p. 1838-1850.

(10) Quigley, M., Van Dissen, R., Litchfield, N., Villamor, P., Duffy, B., Barrell, D., Furlong, K., Stahl, T., Bilderback, E., Noble, D. 2012. Surface rupture during the 2010 Mw 7.1 Darfield (Canterbury, New Zealand) earthquake: implications for fault rupture dynamics and seismic-hazard analysis. Geology, v. 40, n. 1.

(11) Villamor, P., Barrell, D., Van Dissen, R., Hornblow, S., Quigley, M., Levick, S., Ries, W., Duffy, B., Begg, J., Townsend, D., Stahl, T., Bilderback, E., Noble, D., Furlong, K., Grant, H. 2012. Map of the 2010 Greendale Fault surface rupture, Canterbury, New Zealand: application to land use planning. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 55 (3): pp. 223-230.

(12) Barrell, D., Litchfield, N., Townsend, D., Quigley, M., Van Dissen, R., Cosgrove, R., Cox, S., Furlong, K., Villamor, P., Begg, J., Hemmings-Sykes, S.,  Jongens,   R., Mackenzie, H., Nobel, D., Stahl, T., Bilderback, E., Duffy, B., Henham, H., Klahn, A., Lang, E., Moody, L.,Nicol, R., Pedley, K., Smith, A. 2011. Strike-slip ground-surface rupture (Greendale Fault) associated with the 4  September 2010 Darfield earthquake, Canterbury, New  Zealand: Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrology, v. 44, p. 283-291.

(13) Van Dissen, R., Barrell, D., Litchfield, N., King, A., Quigley, M., Villamor, P., Furlong, K., Mackenzie, H., Klahn, A.,  Begg, J., Townsend, D., Stahl, T., Noble, D., Duffy, B., Bilderback, E., Jongens, R., Cox, S., Langridge, R., Ries, W., Dhakal, R., Smith, A., Nicol, R., Pedley, K., Henham, H., Hunter, R. 2011. Surface rupture displacement on the Greendale Fault during the Mw 7.1 Darfield (Canterbury) Earthquake, New Zealand, and its impact on man-made structures. Proceedings of the Ninth Pacific Conference on Earthquake Engineering: Building an Earthquake-Resilient Society, Auckland, New Zealand, Paper 186.

(14) Quigley, M., Villamor, P., Furlong, K., Beavan, J., Van Dissen, R., Litchfield, N., Stahl, T., Duffy, B., Bilderback, E., Noble, D., Barrell, D., Jongens, R., Cox, S. 2010. Previously Unknown Fault Shakes New Zealand’s South Island. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 91, n. 49, p. 469-471.

(15) Quigley, M., Van Dissen, R., Villamor, P., Litchfield, N., Barrell, D., Furlong, K., Stahl, T., Duffy, B., Bilderback, E., Noble, D., Townsend, D., Begg, J., Jongens, R., Ries, W., Claridge, J., Klahn, A., Mackenzie, H., Smith, A., Hornblow, S., Nicol, R., Cox, S., Langridge, R., Pedley, K. 2010. Surface rupture of the Greendale Fault during the Darfield (Canterbury) Earthquake, New Zealand: initial findings. Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 43(4): 236-242.

 

Articles, Proceedings, Essays, Field Guides, and Theses

Stahl, T., Niemi, N.A., Bunds, M., Andreini, J., Wells, J. Tectono-magmatic domains of the eastern Basin and Range, Utah, determined from paleoseismic investigations of active faults. 2017. INQUA Paleoseismology Archaeoseismology Active Tectonics Proceedings. 12-19 Nov. 2017 Blenheim, New Zealand.

Stahl, T. Active Tectonics and Geomorphology of the central South Island, New Zealand: Earthquake Hazards of Reverse Faults. PhD Thesis, University of Canterbury. 247 p.

Stahl, T. Canterbury quakes: Tectonic geomorphology, sedimentary processes, and engineering geology. Field Trip Guide.

Stahl, T. Shaky prospects: Anecdotal outlooks on the future of geosciences. IUGS Episodes 50th Anniversary Edition v. 34 (2): p. 75-77.

Stahl, T. Lunar eclipse prompts lunatic quips but is not going to rock your world. The Conversation.

Stahl, T. Investigation of Along-Strike Deformation on the Hurricane Fault, Southwest Utah. Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Honors Thesis.