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Change of the ENSO-related δ18O-SST correlation from coral skeletons in northern South China Sea: A possible influence from the Kuroshio Current. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 39:684-691.. 2010.
Re-evaluation of the surface ruptures of the November 1951 earthquake series in eastern Taiwan, and its neotectonic implications. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 31:317-331.. 2007.
Geomorphic analysis of the Central Range fault, the second major active structure of the Longitudinal Valley suture, eastern Taiwan. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 118:1447-1462.. 2006.
Millennial slip rate of the Longitudinal Valley fault from river terraces: Implications for convergence across the active suture of eastern Taiwan. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 111. 2006.
Neotectonic architecture of Taiwan and its implications for future large earthquakes. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 110. 2005.
Tandem suturing and disarticulation of the Taiwan orogen revealed by its neotectonic elements. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 233:167-177.. 2005.
Quantitative analysis of movement along an earthquake thrust scarp: a case study of a vertical exposure of the 1999 surface rupture of the Chelungpu fault at Wufeng, western Taiwan. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 23:263-273.. 2004.
A vertical exposure of the 1999 surface rupture of the Chelungpu fault at Wufeng, western Taiwan: Structural and paleoseismic implications for an active trust fault. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 91:914-929.. 2001.