Steven Jaume'

Associate Professor

Address: SSMB 210
Phone: 843.953.1802


Columbia University
Ph.D. Geological Sciences (Seismology) 1994

Oregon State University
M.S. Geophysics 1986

Tulane University
B.S. Geology 1984

Research Interests

Earthquakes and Earthquake Hazards
Natural Hazards

Courses Taught

GEOL 103 Environmental Geology
GEOL 213
Natural Hazards
GEOL 395
ST: Earthquake Seismology
GEOL 412
Crustal Geophysics
EVSS 640
Earth System Science
EVSS 680
Environmental Case Studies


Bebbington, M. S., Harte, D. S. and Jaume, S.C. (2010). Repeated intermittent earthquake cycles in the San Francisco Bay region, Pure and Applied Geophjysics 167, 801-818.

Dove*, D., Jaume, S. C. and Beutel, E. (2007). Tectonic core of a sedimentary drift: a potential ridge propagation feature beneath the Blake Outer Ridge, Marine Geophysical Researches 28, 1-11.

Jaume, S. C. (2006). Shear wave velocity profiles via seismic cone penetration test and refraction microtremor techniques at ANSS strong motion sites in Charleston, South Carolina, Seismological Research Letters 77, 771-779.

Jaume, S. C. and Bebbington, M. S. (2004). Accelerating seismic release from a self-correcting stochastic model, Journal of Geophysical Research 109, doi: 10.1029/2003JB002867

* = student author