URL REFERENCES:

Electronic Seismologist - Seismological Research Letters (SRL)
http://www.seismosoc.org/publications/srl/electronic-seismologist.php

Introduction to Seismology - MIT Open Courseware
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/earth-atmospheric-and-planetary-sciences/12-510-introduction-to-seismology-spring-2010/

History of Seismometry (USGS)
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/eqmonitoring/eq-mon-6.php

Heiner Igel's Geophysics Lectures
http://www.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de/~igel/

How Fast Do Seismic Waves Travel
http://shakingearth.blogspot.com/2009/01/lancaster-quake-how-fast-do-seismic.html

GSCI 100 - Intro Geology, Fort Hays State University
Dr. Ron Schott, Assistant Professor of Geology
http://hays.outcrop.org/GSCI100/lecture17s.html

Types of Seismic Waves
http://www.geo.mtu.edu/UPSeis/waves.html

EARTHQUAKE SOURCE PHYSICS (Course Study)
http://www.seg2.ethz.ch/dalguer/courses/EarthquakeSource2011/fall2011.html

"Written in Stone" Earthquake Animations
http://www.edcenter.sdsu.edu/ssc/3d/ssc3dproject.html

Earthquake Travel Time Information and Calculator
http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/travel_times/index.html

How to Compute the Energy Released by an Earthquake
http://www.jclahr.com/alaska/aeic/magnitude/energy_calc.html

New Manual of Seismological Observatory Practice
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences - Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
http://is.gd/bKVG7u

Seismoscope - Zhang Heng
http://seismoscope.allshookup.org/

REFERENCE PAPERS


Basic Principles of Seismology - 2008


Sleuthing Seismic Signals - 2009
Science and Technology Review
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

https://str.llnl.gov/Mar09/walter.html

The Wave Equation and Body Waves - 2010
Peter M. Shearer


The Seismic Wave Equation


P-Wave Travel Times

http://jclahr.com/science/earth_science/velocity/index.html

P-Waves in Earth
Charles J. Ammon, Penn State

http://eqseis.geosc.psu.edu/~cammon/HTML/Classes/IntroQuakes/Notes/waves_and_interior.html

Earthquakes and Earth’s Interior
http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0073524123/926735/Chapter_12.pdf

Computational Seismology: An Introduction
Heiner Igel

http://www.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de/~igel/

Induced Seismicity: Issues and Paths Forward - 2011
Ernest Majer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
(Full anisotropic 3-d models is an area of research to be explored)

cgs.usc.edu/assets/001/77355.pdf

Overview of Induced Seismicity in Geothermal Systems
Presented to DOE by E. Majer (LBNL) - 2009

http://esd.lbl.gov/files/research/projects/induced_seismicity/egs/primeregs.pdf

BOOKS:

Quantitative Seismology: Theory and Methods - 1980
Aki, K., and P.G. Richards.

An Introduction to the Theory of Seismology - 1985
Bullen, K. E., and Bruce A. Bolt.

PRESENTATIONS:

Sleuthing Seismic Signals: Understanding Earthquakes - 2012
http://www.livestream.com/llnl/video?clipId=flv_a229669f-37ff-43f7-ae45-aecf03c87d69

NOTES:

Energy Release, E

In 1956, Gutenberg and Richter developed the following equation to approximate the earthquake energy radiated, E (in ergs), as a function of earthquake magnitude, M:

Log10E = 11.8 + 1.5M

Based on this equation, each whole number increase in Richter magnitude would represent an approximate 32-fold increase in the amount of energy radiated. A M7.0 earthquake would radiate approximately 1,000 times more energy than a M5.0 earthquake. Theoretically, it would take approximately 1,000 M5.0 earthquakes to release the amount of energy of a single M7.0 earthquake

Richter Magnitude Scale
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richter_magnitude_scale

Wave Equation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave_equation