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A composite rupture model for the great 1950 Assam earthquake across the cusp of the East Himalayan Syntaxis. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 531. 2020.
Space Imaging Geodesy Reveals Near Circular, Coseismic Block Rotation During the 2016 M-w 7.8 Kaikoura Earthquake, New Zealand. Geophysical Research Letters.. 2020.
Structural control and system-level behavior of the seismic cycle at the Nankai Trough. Earth, Planets and Space. 72(1). 2020.
Is there a nascent plate boundary in the northern Indian Ocean? Geophysical Research Letters. 47. 2020.
Tsunami earthquakes: Vertical pop-up expulsion at the forefront of subduction megathrust. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 538. 2020.
Post‐earthquake aggradation processes to hide surface ruptures in thrust systems: The M8.3, 1934, Bihar‐Nepal earthquake ruptures at Charnath Khola (Eastern Nepal). Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth.. 2019.
Stratigraphic Control of Frontal Décollement Level and Structural Vergence and Implications for Tsunamigenic Earthquake Hazard in Sumatra, Indonesia. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 20. 2019.
Triple junction kinematics accounts for the 2016 Mw 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake rupture complexity . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 116(52):26367-26375.. 2019.
Evidence of pervasive trans-tensional deformation in the northwestern Wharton Basin in the 2012 earthquakes rupture area. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 502:174-186.. 2018.
High-resolution stratigraphy and multiple luminescence dating techniques to reveal the paleoseismic history of the central Dead Sea fault (Yammouneh fault, Lebanon). Tectonophysics. 738–739:1-15.. 2018.
Necking and fracking may explain stationary seismicity and full degassing in volcanic silicic spine extrusion. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 503:47-57.. 2018.
The 2015 Mw 6.0 Mt. Kinabalu earthquake: an infrequent fault rupture within the Crocker fault system of East Malaysia. Geoscience Letters.. 2017.
The discovery of a conjugate system of faults in the Wharton Basin intraplate deformation zone. Science Advances. 3. 2017.
High-resolution mapping based on an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to capture paleoseismic offsets along the Altyn-Tagh fault, China. Scientific Reports. 7. 2017.
Kinematics of Active Deformation Across the Western Kunlun Mountain Range (Xinjiang, China) and Potential Seismic Hazards Within the Southern Tarim Basin. Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth. 122(12):10398-10426.. 2017.
Along-strike variations of the partitioning of convergence across the Haiyuan fault system detected by InSAR. Geophysical Journal International. 205(1):536-547.. 2016.
Earthquake-bound ponded sediments as a high-resolution archive of Anthropocene climate in the arid Fuyun region of northwestern China. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2016.. 2016.
Late Quaternary slip-rate along the central Bangong-Chaxikang segment of the Karakorum fault, western Tibet. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 128(1-2):284-314.. 2016.
Slip deficit in central Nepal: omen for a repeat of the 1344 AD earthquake? Earth, Planets and Space. 68(12). 2016.
Structural segmentation controlled the 2015 M-w 7.8 Gorkha earthquake rupture in Nepal. Geology. 44(8):639-642.. 2016.
Two hundred thirty years of relative sea level changes due to climate andmegathrust tectonics recorded in coral microatolls of Martinique (FrenchWest Indies). Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 121(4):2873-2903.. 2016.
The 2012 Mw 8.6 Wharton Basin sequence: A cascade of great earthquakes generated by near‐orthogonal, young, oceanic‐mantle faults. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 120(5):3723–3747.. 2015.
Coseismic slip on shallow décollement megathrusts: implications for seismic and tsunami hazard. Earth-Science Reviews. 141(February):45-55.. 2015.
What caused the mysterious eighteenth century tsunami that struck the southwest Taiwan coast? Geophysical Research Letters. 42(20):8498-8506.. 2015.