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Fault zone imaging and earthquake detection with dense seismic arrays
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-07-13)
Natural earthquakes occur on faults. The relationship between fault zone structures and earthquake behaviors remains one of the most interesting problems in seismology. As an important tool to detect earthquakes and image ...
Investigation of SV to P wave amplitude ratio for determining focal mechanism
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1982-08)
Influence of focal depth on the displacement spectra of earthquakes
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1983-12)
Delayed triggering of early aftershocks by multiple surface waves circling the earth
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-08-27)
It is well known that direct surface waves of large earthquakes are capable of triggering shallow earthquakes and deep tremor at long-range distances. Recent studies have shown that multiple surface waves circling the ...
Spatial and temporal seismicity variations in the South Sandwich and Northwestern South American subduction
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1986-12)