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2022

  • *Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and O. Kamigaichi (2022), Efficiency of earthquake forecast models based on earth tidal correlation with background seismicity along the Tonga-Kermadec trench, Earth, Planets and Space, 74, 10, doi:10.1186/s40623-021-01564-4. [Open Access]

2021

  • *Hirose, F., K. Tamaribuchi, and K. Maeda (2021), Characteristics of foreshocks revealed by an earthquake forecasting method based on precursory swarm activity, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2021JB021673. [Abstract]
  • *Kamigaichi, O., N. Matsumoto, and F. Hirose (2021), Green’s function at depth of borehole observation required for precise estimation of the effect of ocean tidal loading near coasts, Geophys. J. Int., 227, 275-286, doi:10.1093/gji/ggab216. [Abstract]
  • *Tamaribuchi, K., F. Hirose, A. Noda, Y. Iwasaki, K. Iwakiri, and H. Ueno (2021), Noise classification for the unified earthquake catalog using ensemble learning: The enhanced image of seismic activity along the Japan Trench by the S-net seafloor network, Earth, Planets and Space, 73, 91, doi:10.1186/s40623-021-01411-6. [Open Access]

2019

  • *Tamaribuchi, K., A. Kobayashi, T. Nishimiya, F. Hirose, and S. Annoura (2019), Characteristics of shallow low‐frequency earthquakes off the Kii Peninsula, Japan, in 2004 revealed by ocean bottom seismometers, Geophys. Res. Lett., 46, 13737-13745, doi:10.1029/2019GL085158. [Abstract]
  • *Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and O. Kamigaichi (2019), Tidal Forcing of Interplate Earthquakes Along the Tonga‐Kermadec Trench, J. Geophys. Res., 124, 10498-10521, doi:10.1029/2019JB018088. [Abstract]
  • *Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and Y. Yoshida (2019), Maximum magnitude of subduction earthquakes along the Japan-Kuril-Kamchatka trench estimated from seismic moment conservation, Geophys. J. Int., 219, 1590-1612, doi:10.1093/gji/ggz381. [Abstract]
  • *Nakata, K., A. Kobayashi, A. Katsumata, F. Hirose, T. Nishimiya, K. Kimura, H. Tsushima, K. Maeda, H. Baba, N. Hanamura, C. Yamada, and M. Kanezashi (2019), Double seismic zone and seismicity in the mantle wedge beneath the Ogasawara Islands identified by an ocean bottom seismometer observation, Earth, Planets and Space, 71, 29, doi:10.1186/s40623-019-1012-z. [Open Access]

2018

  • *Kobayashi, A., F. Hirose, H. Horikawa, K. Hirata, and I. Nakanishi (2018), A historical record on the 1707 Hoei Earthquake and Hoei Eruption of Mt. Fuji: Investigation and reprint of the "Memorandum of a large earthquake and an eruption of Mt. Fuji" in the documents of Iisaku Family (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 70, 221-231, doi:10.4294/zisin.2017-6. [Open Access]

2017

  • *Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2017), Deviation from G-R law before great earthquakes and recommendation for earthquake forecast models based on that feature (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 70, 21-40, doi:10.4294/zisin.70.21. [Open Access]

2016

  • *Kobayashi, A., and F. Hirose (2016), Aseismic slips synchronized with earthquakes in northern Chiba prefecture, central Japan (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 69, 1-9, doi:10.4294/zisin.69.1. [Open Access]
    "Best Paper Award" of SSJ in 2017

2015

  • *Hirose, F., and I. Nakanishi (2015), Seismic ground motion, tsunami damage, and change of groundwater level in the southernmost of Ehime prefecture (Ainan-town) caused by the 1854 Ansei Nankai Earthquake: Usefulness of document written by a village headman and potential for estimation of crustal deformation (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 68, 107-124, doi:10.4294/zisin.68.107. [Open Access] [ERRATA]
    "Best Paper Award" of SSJ in 2016

2013

  • *Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2013), Simulation of recurring earthquakes along the Nankai trough and their relationship to the Tokai long-term slow slip events taking into account the effect of locally elevated pore pressure and subducting ridges, J. Geophys. Res., Solid Earth, 118, 4127-4144, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50287. [Abstract]

2011

  • *Nakajima, J., A. Hasegawa, and F. Hirose (2011), Stress regime in the Philippine Sea slab beneath Kanto, Japan, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L16318, doi:10.1029/2011GL048754. [Abstract]
  • *Hirose, F., K. Miyaoka, N. Hayashimoto, T. Yamazaki, and M. Nakamura (2011), Outline of the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake (Mw9.0)- Seismicity: foreshocks, mainshock, aftershocks, and induced activity -, Earth Planets Space, 63, 513-518, doi:10.5047/eps.2011.05.019. [Open Access]
  • *Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2011), Earthquake forecast models for inland Japan based on the G-R law and the modified G-R law, Earth Planets Space, 63, 239-260, doi:10.5047/eps.2010.10.002. [Open Access]

2010

  • *Kimura, K., K. Maeda, and F. Hirose (2010), Effects of the Shizuoka Earthquakes in 1935 and 1965 on the occurrence time of the Tokai Earthquake (in Japanese), Quarterly J. Seism., 73, 165-168. [Open Access]
  • * Hasegawa, A., J. Nakajima, N. Uchida, F. Hirose, S. Kita, and T. Matsuzawa (2010), Slab structure beneath the Japanese islands and earthquake generation (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Geography, 119(2), 190-204, doi:10.5026/jgeography.119.190. [Open Access]

2009

  • *Nakajima, J., F. Hirose, and A. Hasegawa (2009), Seismotectonics beneath the Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan: Effect of slab-slab contact and overlap on seismicity, J. Geophys. Res., 114, B08309, doi:10.1029/2008JB006101. [Abstract]
  • *Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and H. Takayama (2009), An attempt at simulation of long term slow slip events and seismic cycle in the Tokai region (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 62, 67-84, doi:10.4294/zisin.62.67. [Open Access]
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and H. Takayama (2009), The starting point and the grace period of the next great earthquakes along the Nankai trough: Numerical simulation of seismic cycles with three-dimensional configuration of the Philippine Sea slab (in Japanese), Monthly Earth, 31(5), 255-263.

2008

  • *Takayama, H., K. Maeda, and F. Hirose (2008), Effect of the plate boundary configuration on the initiation point of great earthquakes along the Nankai trough (in Japanese), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 60, 279-284, doi:10.4294/zisin.60.279. [Open Access]
  • *Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2008), Three-dimensional seismic velocity structure and configuration of the Philippine Sea slab in southwestern Japan estimated by double-difference tomography, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B09315, doi:10.1029/2007JB005274. [Abstract] [Correction]
  • *Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2008), Three-dimensional velocity structure and configuration of the Philippine Sea slab beneath Kanto district, central Japan, estimated by double-difference tomography (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 60, 123-138, doi:10.4294/zisin.60.123. [Open Access] [Correction]

2007

  • *Okada, M., H. Takayama, F. Hirose, and N. Uchida (2007), A prior distribution of the parameters in the renewal model with lognormal distribution used for estimating the probability of recurrent earthquakes (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 60, 85-100, doi:10.4294/zisin.60.85. [Open Access]
  • *Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2007), Three-dimensional velocity structure in southwestern Japan and configuration of the Philippine Sea slab estimated by double-difference tomography (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 60, 1-20, doi:10.4294/zisin.60.1. [Open Access]
  • Hasegawa, A., J. Nakajima, and F. Hirose (2007), Phase transformation depth in the slab crust and upper-plane seismic belt as its manifestation -Does it control the generation of short-term slow slip events and deep seismic tremors? (in Japanese), Monthly Earth, 29, 364-375.
  • *Aketagawa, T., H. Ito, F. Hirose (2007), Development of REASA, an X window program for retrieval of earthquake data and analysis of seismic activities (in Japanese), Quarterly J. Seism., 70, 51-66. [Open Access]

2005

  • *Hashimoto, T., H. Ueno, T. Kuwayama, K. Nakamura, F. Hirose, S. Fukumitsu, and K. Hosono (2005), Outline of seismic activity of the earthquakes in southeast off Kii Peninsula on September 5, 2004 (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 58, 261-271, doi:10.4294/zisin1948.58.3_261. [Open Access]

2002

  • *Hirose, F., A. Nakamura, and A. Hasegawa (2002), b-value variation associated with the rupture of asperities -Spatial and temporal distributions of b-value east off NE Japan (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Seism. Soc. Jpn., 2, 55, 249-260, doi:10.4294/zisin1948.55.3_249. [Open Access] [High resolution of Figs. 4-8 ]
  • *Hirose, F., A. Nakamura, J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2002), Along-arc variation of magma source in the subducted slab beneath the NE Japan arc: Estimation from b-value and S-wave velocity distributions (in Japanese with English abstract), J. Volcan. Soc. Jpn., 47, 475-480, doi:10.18940/kazan.47.5_475. [Open Access] [High resolution of Figs. 2-4]

Dissertation

Doctor

  • Research about the plate structures beneath the Kanto district and southwestern Japan estimated by double-difference tomography, Tohoku Univ., 142 pp. (Jan. 2008) (in Japanese)

Master

  • Spatical and temporal variation of seismicity in the Tohoku district, Tohoku Univ., 111 pp. (Mar. 2002) (in Japanese)

Oral and Poster

(Only first author)

2021

  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and O. Kamigaichi (2021), Efficiency of earthquake forecast models based on the information of the earth tidal correlation of background seismicity along the Tonga-Kermadec trench, Seismological Society of Japan, 2021, Fall Meeting @Online, S14P-01.

2020

  • Hirose, F., K. Tamaribuchi, and K. Maeda (2020), Does a stationary ETAS model dream of foreshocks?: Through the application of an earthquake forecasting method based on swarm-like activity, Seismological Society of Japan, 2020, Fall Meeting @Online, S09P-08.
  • Hirose, F., K. Tamaribuchi, and K. Maeda (2020), Difference of foreshock characteristics between real data and synthetic space-time ETAS catalogs: Through the application of an earthquake forecasting method by supposing swarm-like activity to be possible foreshocks, Japan Geoscience Union - American Geophysical Union Joint Meeting 2020, iPoster.

2019

  • Hirose, F., A. Kobayashi, and K. Maeda (2019), Temporal change of tidal correlation of deep low frequency tremors in Bungo Channel: Relation with LSSEs and deep VLFEs, Seismological Society of Japan, 2019, Fall Meeting @Kyoto, S08P-08.
  • Hirose, F., K. Tamaribuchi, and K. Maeda (2019), Difference of foreshock characteristics between real data and synthetic ETAS catalogs: Through the application of an empirical earthquake forecast model based on foreshocks, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019, SSS09-P02.
  • Hirose, F., A. Kobayashi, and K. Maeda (2019), Relation between long-term slow slip events and correlation between tidal triggering effect and deep low-frequency earthquakes in Bungo Channel: Part 2, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019, SSS10-P04.

2018

  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, K. Fujita, and A. Kobayashi (2018), Simulation of the great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough: An attempt to simulate event history, slip areas of the Showa Tonankai / Nankai Earthquakes, heterogeneous slip deficit rate distribution, and long-term slow slips, The 12th Joint Meeting of the UJNR Panel on Earthquake Research @Kumamoto (2018/10/24).
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and Y. Yoshida (2018), Maximum magnitude of subduction-zone earthquake along the Japan-Kuril-Kamchatka Trench estimated by seismic moment conservation principle: Part 3, Seismological Society of Japan, 2018, Fall Meeting @Koriyama, S13-P03.
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and O. Kamigaichi (2018), Relation between tidal triggering effect and interplate seismicity along the Tonga-Kermadec trench: Part 3, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2018, SSS15-P14.

2017

  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, K. Fujita, and A. Kobayashi (2017), Improvement of simulation of great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough, Seismological Society of Japan, 2017, Fall Meeting @Kagoshima, S08-P20.
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, K. Fujita, and A. Kobayashi (2017), Simulation of great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough: An attempt at simulation of heterogeneous slip deficit rate distribution and slip distributions of the Showa Tonankai / Nankai Earthquakes, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2017, SSS17-P04.

2016

  • Hirose, F. and K. Maeda (2016), Investigation of the precursory activity of the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake: Correlation between seismicity and tide, Seismological Society of Japan, 2016, Fall Meeting @Nagoya, S21-P32.
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and K. Fujita (2016), Evaluation of the influence of the earthquake off southeast of the Kii Peninsula (2016/04/01, M6.5) on the great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough, Seismological Society of Japan, 2016, Fall Meeting @Nagoya, S08-P03.
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and Y. Yoshida (2016), Maximum magnitude of subduction-zone earthquake around eastern Japan estimated by seismic moment conservation principle: Part 2, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2016, SSS24-05.

2015

  • Hirose, F., A. Kobayashi, and K. Maeda (2015), Relation between long-term slow slip events and correlation between tidal triggering effect and deep lowfrequency earthquakes in Bungo Channel, Seismological Society of Japan, 2015, Fall Meeting @Kobe, S08-31.
  • Hirose, F., and I. Nakanishi (2015), Tsunami, land subsidence, and groundwater level-change in the southernmost of Ehime Prefecture (Ainan-town) caused by the 1854 Ansei Nankai Earthquake: Limitations of documents of domanial lord and crustal deformation on inland areas of Shikoku, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2015, SCG61-P02.
  • Hirose, F., O. Kamigaichi, and K. Maeda (2015), Relation between tidal triggering effect and interplate seismicity along the Tonga-Kermadec trench, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2015, SSS27-P06.

2014

  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and K. Fujita (2014), Multiplicity of pre-slip of great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough, Seismological Society of Japan, 2014, Fall Meeting @Niigata, S08-P07.
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and Y. Yoshida (2014), Maximum magnitude of subduction-zone earthquake around eastern Japan estimated by seismic moment conservation principle, Seismological Society of Japan, 2014, Fall Meeting @Niigata, S14-P01.
  • Hirose, F.and K. Maeda (2014), Relation between seismicity and stress change associated with interplate slips beneath Boso Peninsula in Japan, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting@Sapporo, SE41-A035.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2014), Relation between seismicity and stress change associated with interplate slips off Boso Peninsula: Part 2, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2014, SSS24-P06.

2013

  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2013), Relation between seismicity and stress change associated with interplate slips off Boso Peninsula, Seismological Society of Japan, 2013, Fall Meeting @Yokohama, A31-06.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2013), Relation between temporal variation of b-value and recurring slow slips off Boso Peninsula: Part 2, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2013, SSS27-P01.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2013), Relation between stress perturbation of the virtual fault models of intra-plate earthquakes and the 1605 Keicho Earthquake along the Nankai Trough, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2013, SSS31-P30.

2012

  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2012), Relation between activity of the Median Tectonic Line in the Shikoku district and the 1605 Keicho Earthquake along the Nankai Trough, Seismological Society of Japan, 2012, Fall Meeting @Hakodate, P2-72.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2012), Deviation from G-R law before great earthquakes: Part 2, Seismological Society of Japan, 2012, Fall Meeting @Hakodate, P1-68.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2012), Relation between temporal variation of b-value and recurring slow slips off Boso Peninsula, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012, SSS030-P09.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2012), Simulation of the complicated pattern of the recurring great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough: Part 2, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012, SSS038-P01.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2012), Relation between the slow slip that started since 2003 off Miyagi and Fukushima and the temporal variation of b-value, International symposium on statistical modeling and real-time probability forecasting for earthquakes @Tachikawa(2012/03/13).

2011

  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2011), Deviation from G-R law before great earthquakes, Seismological Society of Japan, 2011, Fall Meeting @Shizuoka, P3-59.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2011), Simulation of the complicated pattern of the recurring great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough, Seismological Society of Japan, 2011, Fall Meeting @Shizuoka, B32-02.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2011), Spatial and temporal variation of b-value off northeastern Japan, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2011, MIS036-P96.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2011), Earthquake occurrence probability in inland Japan modified by the information of focal mechanism types of stress fields, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2011, SSS024-07.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2011), Simulation of the complicated patterns of great earthquakes along the Nankai Trough, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2011, SSS035-P30.

2010

  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2010), Seismicity model modified by the information of seismic velocity structure, Workshop on "Earthquake Forecast Systems Based on Seismicity of Japan: Toward Constructing Base-line Models of Earthquake Forecasting" @Uji.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2010), Use of seismic velocity information for predictive earthquake occurrence rate, Seismological Society of Japan, 2010, Fall Meeting @Hiroshima, P2-30.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2010), Simulation of the recurrence of long-term slow slip events in the Tokai region and the Bungo Channel, Seismological Society of Japan, 2010, Fall Meeting @Hiroshima, B32-06.

2009

  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2009), Earthquake occurrence prediction in inland Japan by applying the G-R model and modified G-R model, Seismological Society of Japan, 2009, Fall Meeting @Kyoto, P2-05.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2009), Simulation of the unbroken focal zone and the recurrence of long-term slow slip events in the Tokai region, Seismological Society of Japan, 2009, Fall Meeting @Kyoto, A32-09.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2009), Earthquake occurrence probability in inland Japan by applying the Gutenberg-Richter model, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2009, S220-015.
  • Hirose, F., and K. Maeda (2009), Simulation of the recurrence of long-term slow slip events in the Tokai region by assuming locally elevated pore pressure, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2009, J169-002.

2008

  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and H. Takayama (2008), Simulation of the recurrence of long-term slow slip events in the Tokai region with locally elevated pore pressure, The 7th General Assembly of Asian Seismological Commission and the 2008 Fall meeting of Seismological Society of Japan @Tsukuba, X3-053.
  • Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2008), Deepening of low-frequency earthquakes on the Philippine Sea slab at the both ends of belt-like distribution in SW Japan, The 7th General Assembly of Asian Seismological Commission and the 2008 Fall meeting of Seismological Society of Japan @Tsukuba, X3-052.
  • Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, N. Uchida, and A. Hasegawa (2008), Anomalous depth distribution of deep low-frequency earthquakes at the northeast Tokai district, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2008, S169-010.
  • Hirose, F., K. Maeda, and H. Takayama (2008) Simulation of the recurrence of long-term slow slip events in the Tokai region -Part3-, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2008, S142-P010.

2007

  • Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2007), Three-dimensional velocity structure and configuration of the Philippine Sea slab beneath central and southwestern Japan estimated by double-difference tomography, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2007, S152-P018.
  • Hirose, F., H. Takayama, K. Maeda, and H. Ito (2007), Simulation of the recurrence of long-term slow slip events in the Tokai region -Part2-, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2007, S143-P008.

2006

  • Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2006), Three dimensional velocity structure in and around the Philippine Sea slab estimated by Double-Difference Tomography -Part2-, Seismological Society of Japan, 2006, Fall Meeting @Nagoya, P178.
  • Hirose, F., H. Takayama, K. Maeda, and H. Ito (2006), The simulation of the occurrence of slow slip events in the Tokai region, Seismological Society of Japan, 2006, Fall Meeting @Nagoya, P095.
  • Hirose, F., J. Nakajima, and A. Hasegawa (2006), Three dimensional velocity structure in and around the Philippine Sea slab estimated by Double-Difference Tomography method, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2006, S118-P009.
  • Hirose, F., H. Takayama, and K. Maeda (2006), Spatial distributions of b-value in and around Japan, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2006, S110-P015.
  • Hirose, F., H. Takayama, K. Maeda, H. Kuroki, and H. Ito (2006), Effect of seismic radiation damping term on the simulation of the Tokai earthquake, Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2006, S109-P010.

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