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FERRY Matthieu

Maitre de Conférence UM2
Géosciences Montpellier - UMR 5243
Équipe Risques

Université Montpellier 2
Bâtiment 22, Bureau 430
Case courrier 060
Place E. Bataillon
34095 Montpellier cedex 5, France

Phone +33 (0)4 67 14 36 47
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email : Matthieu Ferry

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Key interests
- Earthquake recurrence models
- Earthquake sequences and clustering
- Near surface geophysics for the characterization of recent deformation
- Seismic hazard

Main regions
- Dead Sea Fault (Jordan, Syria and Turkey)
- North-Anatolian Fault (Turkey)
- Ulaanbaatar district (Mongolia)

Publications (since 2005)
- Meghraoui, M., M. E. Aksoy, S. Akyüz, M. Ferry, A. Dikbas, and E. Altunel, Paleoseismology of the North Anatolian Fault at Güzelköy (Ganos segment, Turkey) : Size and recurrence time of earthquake ruptures west of the Sea of Marmara, submitted to Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.
- Al-Tarazi, E., J. Abu Rajab, F. Gomez, W. Cochran, R. Jaafar, and M. Ferry, GPS measurements of near-field crustal strain along he Southern Dead Sea Fault System, submitted to Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.
- Fitzenz, D. D., A. Jalobeanu, and M. A. Ferry, A Bayesian Framework to Rank and Combine Candidate Recurrence Models for Specific Faults, submitted to Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.
- Ferry, M., M. Meghraoui, N. Abou Karaki, M. Al-Taj, and L. Khalil (2011), Episodic behavior of the Jordan Valley section of the Dead Sea fault from a 14-kyr-long integrated catalogue of large earthquakes, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 101(1), 39-67.
- Fitzenz, D. D., M. A. Ferry, and A. Jalobeanu (2010), Long-term slip history discriminates among occurrence models for seismic hazard assessment, Geophysical Research Letters, 37(20), L20307.
- Altunel, E., M. Meghraoui, V. Karabacak, S. Akyüz, M. Ferry, C. Yalciner, and M. Munschy (2009), Archaeological sites (Tell and Road) offset by the Dead Sea Fault in the Amik Basin, Southern Turkey, Geophysical Journal International, 179, 1313-1329.
- Jiang, Z., et al. (2009), Relative Gravity Measurement Campaign during the 7th International Comparison of Absolute Gravimeters (2005), Metrologia, 46(3), 214-226.
- Rockwell, T., et al. (2009), Palaeoseismology of the North Anatolian Fault near the Marmara Sea : implications for fault segmentation and seismic hazard, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 316(1), 31-54.
- Ferry, M., and M. Meghraoui (2008), Reply to comment of Dr M. Klein on : "A 48-kyr-long slip rate history for the Jordan Valley segment of the Dead Sea Fault", Earth planet. Sci. Lett., 268, 241-242.
- Ferry, M., M. Meghraoui, N. Abou Karaki, M. Al-Taj, H. Amoush, S. Al-Dhaisat, and M. Barjous (2007), A 48-kyr-long slip rate history for the Jordan Valley segment of the Dead Sea Fault, Earth planet. Sci. Lett., 260(3-4), 394-406.
- Becker, A., M. Ferry, K. Monecke, M. Schnellmann, and D. Giardini (2005), Multiarchive paleoseismic record of late Pleistocene and Holocene strong earthquakes in Switzerland, Tectonophysics, 400(1-4), 153-177.
- Ferry, M., M. Meghraoui, B. Delouis, and D. Giardini (2005), Evidence for Holocene palaeoseismicity along the Basel-Reinach active normal fault (Switzerland) ; a seismic source for the 1356 earthquake in the Upper Rhine Graben, Geophysical Journal International, 160(2), 554-572.


- Licence 2 : Géologie sédimentaire et tectonique, Géologie de la France, Cartographie géologique
- Licence 3 : Géomorphologie
- Master 2 : Formation pratique à la cartographie de l’aléa