**Publications**

Beresnev I. A. (2024). Challenges to ten common views in earthquake source and ground motions – a review (in review).

Beresnev, I. A. (2024). Choices of slip function and simulated ground motions, *Pure and Applied Geophysics* (accepted).

Beresnev, I. A. (2024). Physical characteristics controlling radiation from heterogeneous ruptures – finite faults (in review).

Beresnev, I. A. (2024). Spectral behavior of seismic radiation from irregular rupture fronts (in review).

Beresnev, I. A. (2024). The applicability of point-source models in ground-motion prediction (in review).

Beresnev, I. A. (2023). A method to simulate high-frequency decay of acceleration spectra of ground motions without the need of kappa or *f*_{max} filters, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 113, 1115-1132.

Beresnev, I. A. (2023). Uncertainties in finite-fault slip inversions, Part II: Fault discretization and parameterization of slip function, *Pure and Applied Geophysics* 180, 59-68.

Beresnev, I. A. (2022). Equivalence between *ω ^{n}* source time functions and those proposed from dynamic finite-source modeling,

*Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America*112, 1886-1893.

Beresnev, I. A. (2022). Spatial heterogeneity of fault slip and the radiated spectra of ground motions, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 112, 1463-1471.

Beresnev, I. A. (2022). The path-independent *J*-integral and the crack-extension energy-release rate, *European Journal of Mechanics / A Solids* 91, 104419.

Beresnev, I. A. (2022). The strongest possible earthquake ground motion, *Journal of Earthquake Engineering* 26, 563-572.

Yurikov, A., B. Gurevich, K. Tertyshnikov, M. Lebedev, R. Isaenkov, E. Sidenko, S. Yavuz, S. Glubokovskikh, V. Shulakova, B. Freifeld, J. Correa, T. Wood, I. Beresnev, and R. Pevzner (2022). Evidence of nonlinear seismic effects in the earth from downhole distributed acoustic sensors, *Sensors* 22 (23), 9382.

Beresnev, I. A. (2021). Calculation of extreme accelerations in earthquake motion due to ground spalling, *Journal of Seismology* 25, 339-345.

Beresnev, I. A. (2021). The effects of variable velocity of rupture propagation on fault’s directivity pulses, *Pure and Applied Geophysics* 178, 3427-3439.

Beresnev, I. A. and K. Roxby (2021). The effects of variable and constant rupture velocity on the generation of high-frequency radiation from earthquakes, *Pure and Applied Geophysics* 178, 1157-1164.

Beresnev, I. A. (2019). Interpretation of kappa and *f*_{max} filters as source effect, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 109, 822-826.

Beresnev, I. A. (2019). Reply to “Comment on “Interpretation of kappa and *f*_{max} filters as source effect” by Igor A. Beresnev” by Arthur Frankel, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 109, 2764-2766.

Beresnev, I. A. (2017). Factors controlling high-frequency radiation from extended ruptures, *Journal of Seismology* 21, 1277-1284.

Beresnev, I. A. (2017). Simulation of near-fault high-frequency ground motions from the representation theorem, *Pure and Applied Geophysics* 174, 4021-4034.

Beresnev, I. A. (2016). Does Biot’s theory have predictive power? *Pure and Applied Geophysics* 173, 2671-2686.

Hu, J., P. K. R. Vennapusa, D. J. White, and I. Beresnev (2016). Pavement thickness and stabilised foundation layer assessment using ground-coupled GPR, *Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation* 31, 267-287.

Beresnev, I. A. (2014). Compressional-wave propagation in porous media saturated with two fluids, *Geophysics* 79, L1-L11.

Beresnev, I. (2013). Reflections on frequency dependence in earthquake-source inversions, *Natural Hazards* 66, 1287-1291.

Beresnev, I. A. (2012). Ground-force- or plate-displacement-based vibrator control? *Journal of Sound and Vibration* 331, 1715-1721.

Beresnev, I. (2012). Modulation of tremor and modulation of noise: same natural phenomenon? *Seismological Research Letters* 83, 784-786.

Manga, M., I. Beresnev, E. E. Brodsky, J. E. Elkhoury, D. Elsworth, S. Ingebritsen, D. C. Mays, and C.-Y. Wang (2012). Changes in permeability caused by transient stresses: field observations, experiments, and mechanisms, *Reviews of Geophysics* 50, RG2004.

Beresnev, I., W. Gaul, and R. D. Vigil (2011). Direct pore-level observation of permeability increase in two-phase flow by shaking,* Geophysical Research Letters* 38, L20302.

Beresnev, I.., W. Gaul, and R. D. Vigil (2011). Forced instability of core-annular flow in capillary constrictions, *Physics of Fluids* 23, 072105-1–072105-7.

Beresnev, I. A., W. Gaul, and R. D. Vigil (2011). Thickness of residual wetting film in liquid-liquid displacement, *Physical Review E* 84, 026327-1–026327-8.

Beresnev, I. A. and W. Deng (2010). Theory of breakup of core fluids surrounded by a wetting annulus in sinusoidally constricted capillary channels, *Physics of Fluids* 22, 012105 -1-012105-10.

Beresnev, I. A. and W. Deng (2010). Viscosity effects in vibratory mobilization of residual oil, *Geophysics* 75, N79-N85.

Anil Bayrak, N. A. and I. A. Beresnev (2009). Fault slip velocities inferred from the spectra of ground motions, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 99, 876-883.

Beresnev, I. A. (2009). The reality of the scaling law of earthquake-source spectra?, *Journal of Seismology* 13, 433-436.

Beresnev, I. A., W. Li, and R. D. Vigil (2009). Condition for break-up of non-wetting fluids in sinusoidally constricted capillary channels, *Transport in Porous Media* 80, 581-604.

Iassonov, P. P. and I. A. Beresnev (2008). Mobilization of entrapped organic fluids by elastic waves and vibrations, *SPE Journal*, December, 465-473.

Beresnev, I. A. (2006). Theory of vibratory mobilization of nonwetting fluids entrapped in pore constrictions, *Geophysics* 71, N47-N56.

Lebedev, A. V., I. A. Beresnev, and P. L. Vermeer (2006). Model parameters of the nonlinear stiffness of the vibrator-ground contact determined by inversion of vibrator accelerometer data, *Geophysics* 71, H25-H32.

Beresnev, I. A., R. D. Vigil, W. Li, W. D. Pennington, R. M. Turpening, P. P. Iassonov, and R. P. Ewing (2005). Elastic waves push organic fluids from reservoir rock, *Geophysical Research Letters* 32, L13303.

Lebedev, A. V. and I. A. Beresnev (2005). Radiation from flexural vibrations of the baseplate and their effect on the accuracy of traveltime measurements, *Geophysical Prospecting* 53, 543-555.

Li, W., R. D. Vigil, I. A. Beresnev, P. P. Iassonov, and R. P. Ewing (2005). Vibration-induced mobilization of trapped oil ganglia in porous media: Experimental validation of a capillary-physics mechanism, *Journal of Colloid and Interface Science* 289, 193-199.

Lebedev, A. V. and I. A. Beresnev (2004). Nonlinear distortion of signals radiated by Vibroseis sources,* Geophysics* 69, 968-977.

Beresnev, I. A. (2003). Uncertainties in finite-fault slip inversions: To what extent to believe? (A critical review), *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 93, 2445-2458.

Hruby, C. E. and I. A. Beresnev (2003). Empirical corrections for basin effects in stochastic ground-motion prediction, based on the Los Angeles basin analysis, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 93, 1679-1690.

Iassonov, P. P. and I. A. Beresnev (2003). A model for enhanced fluid percolation in porous media by application of low-frequency elastic waves, *Journal of Geophysical Research* 108 (B3), ESE 2-1 – 2-9.

Roumelioti, Z. and I. A. Beresnev (2003). Stochastic finite-fault modeling of ground motions from the 1999 Chi-chi, Taiwan, earthquake: Application to rock and soil sites with implications for nonlinear site response, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 93, 1691-1702.

Tsiklauri, D. and I. A. Beresnev (2003). Properties of elastic waves in a non-Newtonian (Maxwell) fluid-saturated porous medium, *Transport in Porous Media* 53, 39-50.

Atkinson, G. M. and I. A. Beresnev (2002). Ground motions at Memphis and St. Louis from M 7.5-8.0 earthquakes in the New Madrid seismic zone,* Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 92, 1015-1024.

Beresnev, I. A. (2002). Nonlinearity at California generic soil sites from modeling recent strong-motion data, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 92, 863-870.

Beresnev, I. A. (2002). Source parameters observable from the corner frequency of earthquake spectra,* Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 92, 2047-2048.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (2002). Source parameters of earthquakes in eastern and western North America based on finite-fault modeling, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 92, 695-710.

Beresnev, I. A., C. E. Hruby, and C. A. Davis (2002). The use of multi-electrode resistivity imaging in gravel prospecting, *Journal of Applied Geophysics* 49, 245-254.

Beresnev, I. A., A. M. Nightengale, and W. J. Silva (2002). Properties of vertical ground motions,* Bulletin of the Seismological Society of Americ*a 92, 3152-3164.

Beresnev, I. A. (2001). What we can and cannot learn about earthquake sources from the spectra of seismic waves,* Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 91, 397-400.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (2001). Subevent structure of large earthquakes – A ground-motion perspective, *Geophysical Research Letters *28, 53-56 (correction: *GRL* 28, 4663).

Tsiklauri, D. and I. A. Beresnev (2001). Enhancement in the dynamic response of a viscoelastic fluid flowing through a longitudinally vibrating tube,* Physical Review* E 63, 046304-1 – 046304-4.

Tsiklauri, D. and I. A. Beresnev (2001). Non-Newtonian effects in the peristaltic flow of a Maxwell fluid, *Physical Review* E 64, 036303-1 -- 036303-5.

Drake, T. and I. Beresnev (1999). Acoustic tool enhances oil production, *The American Oil & Gas Reporter*, September 1999, 101-105.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (1999). Generic finite-fault model for ground-motion prediction in eastern North America, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 89, 608-625.

Atkinson, G. M. and I. A. Beresnev (1998). Compatible ground-motion time histories for new national seismic hazard maps, *Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering* 25, 305-318.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (1998). FINSIM - a FORTRAN program for simulating stochastic acceleration time histories from finite faults, *Seismological Research Letters* 69, 27-32.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (1998). Stochastic finite-fault modeling of ground motions from the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake. I. Validation on rock sites, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 88, 1392-1401.

Beresnev, I. A., G. M. Atkinson, P. A. Johnson, and E. H. Field (1998). Stochastic finite-fault modeling of ground motions from the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake. II. Widespread nonlinear response at soil sites, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 88, 1402-1410.

Beresnev, I. A., E. H. Field, K. Van Den Abeele, and P. A. Johnson (1998). Magnitude of nonlinear sediment response in Los Angeles basin during the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake,* Bulletin of the Seismological Society of Americ*a 88, 1079-1084.

Field, E. H., Y. Zeng, P. A. Johnson, and I. A. Beresnev (1998). Nonlinear sediment response during the 1994 Northridge earthquake: Observations and finite-source simulations, *Journal of Geophysical Research* 103, 26869-26883.

Atkinson, G. M. and I. A. Beresnev (1997). Don't call it stress drop,* Seismological Research Letters* 68, 3-4.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (1997). Modeling finite-fault radiation from the omega**n spectrum, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 87, 67-84.

Beresnev, I. A. and G. M. Atkinson (1997). Shear-wave velocity survey of seismographic sites in eastern Canada: Calibration of empirical regression method of estimating site response, *Seismological Research Letters* 68, 981-987.

Field, E. H., P. A. Johnson, I. A. Beresnev, and Y. Zeng (1997). Nonlinear ground-motion amplification by sediments during the 1994 Northridge earthquake, *Natur*e 390, 11 December, 599-602.

Beresnev, I. A. and K.-L. Wen (1996). Nonlinear soil response - a reality? *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 86, 1964-1978.

Beresnev, I. A. and K.-L. Wen (1996). The accuracy of soil response estimates using soil-to-rock spectral ratios, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 86, 519-523.

Beresnev, I. A. and K.-L. Wen (1996). The possibility of observing nonlinear path effect in earthquake-induced seismic wave propagation, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 86, 1028-1041.

Wen, K.-L., I. A. Beresnev, and S.-N. Cheng (1996). Moderate-magnitude seismicity remotely triggered in the Taiwan region by large earthquakes around the Philippine Sea plate, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 86, 843-847.

Beresnev, I. A. and K.-L. Wen (1995). P-wave amplification by near-surface deposits at different excitation levels, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 85, 1490-1494.

Beresnev, I. A. and K.-L. Wen (1995). Remotely triggered seismicity inferred from Taiwan regional catalog,* Geophysical Research Letters* 22, 3155-3158.

Beresnev, I. A., K.-L. Wen, and Y. T. Yeh (1995). Nonlinear soil amplification: Its corroboration in Taiwan, *Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America* 85, 496-515.

Beresnev, I. A., K.-L. Wen, and Y. T. Yeh (1995). Seismological evidence for nonlinear elastic ground behavior during large earthquakes, *Soil Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering* 14, 103-114.

Wen, K.-L., I. A. Beresnev, and Y. T. Yeh (1995). Investigation of non-linear site amplification at two downhole strong ground motion arrays in Taiwan, *Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics* 24, 313-324.

Beresnev, I. A. and P. A. Johnson (1994). Elastic-wave stimulation of oil production: A review of methods and results, *Geophysics* 59, 1000-1017.

Beresnev, I. A., K.-L. Wen, and Y. T. Yeh (1994). Source, path and site effects on dominant frequency and spatial variation of strong ground motion recorded by SMART1 and SMART2 arrays in Taiwan, *Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics* 23, 583-597.

Privalovskiy, N. K. and I. A. Beresnev (1994). Seismic noise induced by seismic waves, *Geophysical Journal International* 116, 806-812.

Wen, K.-L., I. A. Beresnev, and Y. T. Yeh (1994). Nonlinear soil amplification inferred from downhole strong seismic motion data, *Geophysical Research Letters* 21, 2625-2628.

Beresnev, I. A. (1993). Interaction of two spherical elastic waves in a nonlinear five-constant medium, *Journal of the Acoustical Society of America* 94, 3400-3404.

Beresnev, I. A. and V. N. Nikolaevskiy (1993). A model for nonlinear seismic waves in a medium with instability, *Physica D* 66, 1-6.

Beresnev, I. A. (1991). Numerical model of spherical elastic wave propagation in a nonlinear medium,* International Journal of Modern Physics C (Physics and Computers)* 2(1), 250-253.

Beresnev, I. A. (1991). Remarks on "Experimental investigation of non-linear seismic effects", *Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors* 69, 1-3.

Beresnev, I. A. and A. V. Nikolayev (1990). Study of propagation of long-duration vibrational signals through geophysical medium, *Izvestiya Academy of Sciences, USSR, Physics of the Solid Earth* 26(9), 800-803.

Beresnev, I. A. and A. V. Nikolaev (1988). Experimental investigations of nonlinear seismic effects, *Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors* 50, 83-87.

Beresnev, I. A., A. V. Nikolayev, V. S. Solov'yev, and G. M. Shalashov (1986). Nonlinear phenomena in seismic surveying using periodic vibrosignals, *Izvestiya Academy of Sciences, USSR, Physics of the Solid Earth *22(10), 804-811.