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  1. We used the magnetotelluric method (MT) to investigate near-surface structures at the northern end of the Longitudinal Valley in Hualien City, eastern Taiwan. This valley is considered the suture zone of the a...

    Authors: Ping-Yu Chang, Haiyina Hasbia Amania, Azhar Fikri, Jordi Mahardika Puntu, Ding-Jiun Lin, Chun-Hsiang Kuo, Chien-Ying Wang and Wen-Yen Chang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:29
  2. Tree-ring cellulose oxygen isotopic ratios have been widely studied as a hydrological proxy in monsoonal Asia. There has been, however, little attempt to perform proxy assessment of the intra-annual isotopic d...

    Authors: Yumiko Watanabe, Yoshito Katayama, Zhen Li, Takeshi Nakatsuka and Suyako Tazuru
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:28
  3. This study aims to assess people’s preparedness for a potential earthquake in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. We have employed a model with six dimensions of holistic individual preparedness. A self-reported...

    Authors: Md Mostafizur Rahman, Asikunnaby, Nawshin Jahan Chaity, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, Hussein Almohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi and Motrih Al-Mutiry
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:27
  4. Despite Bangladesh being vulnerable to cyclones, there is a dearth of research on cyclone vulnerability assessment. Assessing a household's vulnerability is considered a crucial step in avoiding the adverse ef...

    Authors: Md Mostafizur Rahman, Md. Saidul Islam Arif, Md. Tanvir Hossain, Hussein Almohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, Motrih Al-Mutiry and Hazem Ghassan Abdo
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:26
  5. The 2022 Mw6.2 Pasaman earthquake took place in central-west Sumatra in association with activity in the Sumatran Fault system. This study clarifies the spatial and temporal distribution of the Pasaman earthquake...

    Authors: Rizki Wulandari, Chung-Han Chan and Adhi Wibowo
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:25
  6. The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) seismic network began development in 2008. There are a total of 71 seismic stations consisting of 26 borehole stations and 45 surface stations currently installed. The ...

    Authors: Patinya Pornsopin, Passakorn Pananont, Kevin P. Furlong and Eric Sandvol
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:24
  7. A heavy rainfall event caused by mesoscale convective systems (MCSs) resulted in flooding over areas of Davao City in Mindanao Island, Philippines, on 03 May 2017. The event occurred during the summer season (...

    Authors: Cathrene Lagare, Takeshi Yamazaki and Junshi Ito
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:23

    The Correction to this article has been published in Geoscience Letters 2023 10:31

  8. Although various measurements (including organic amendments) have been used to ameliorate saline–alkaline soils, soil organic matter (SOM) remains low in most salt-affected agriculture soils. It was hypothesiz...

    Authors: Lipeng Wu, Kaijing Zhang, Xingyu Zhu, Tongping Lu and Xiujun Wang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:22
  9. To test the hypothesis that a Cretaceous hairpin turn is absent in the apparent polar wander path (APWP) of the inner arc of southwestern Japanese island (southwest Japan), we refined a mid-Cretaceous (100 Ma)...

    Authors: Koji Uno, Honoka Ohara, Kuniyuki Furukawa and Tatsuo Kanamaru
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:21
  10. Due to rapid population growth and the limitation of land resources, the sustainability of agricultural ecosystems has attracted more attention all over the world. Human activities will alter the components of...

    Authors: Karam Alsafadi, Shuoben Bi, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, Hussein Almohamad, Basma Alatrach, Amit Kumar Srivastava, Motrih Al-Mutiry, Santanu Kumar Bal, M. A. Sarath Chandran and Safwan Mohammed
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:20
  11. Physical modeling of precipitation at fine (sub-kilometer) spatial scales is computationally very expensive. This study develops a highly efficient framework for this task by coupling deep learning (DL) and ph...

    Authors: B. Teufel, F. Carmo, L. Sushama, L. Sun, M. N. Khaliq, S. Bélair, A. Shamseldin, D. Nagesh Kumar and J. Vaze
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:19
  12. The high groundwater activity typically found in landslide bodies favors electrical resistivity methods to characterize the subsurface of landslides. The more water present, the more the current injection into...

    Authors: W. A. P. P. Christopher, Nalin De Silva, A. M. A. N. B. Attanayake and Pathmakumara Jayasingha
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:18
  13. Tsunami resonance excitation induces tsunami amplification, persistent oscillation, and strong current velocities, which may enlarge coastal hazards in tsunamigenic areas. Historically, the 2006 Pingtung earth...

    Authors: An-Chi Cheng, Anawat Suppasri, Kwanchai Pakoksung and Fumihiko Imamura
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:17
  14. There is evidence of increased soil organic carbon (SOC) and inorganic carbon (SIC) under fertilization in dry croplands of arid and semi-arid areas. However, not much is known about the responses of SOC and S...

    Authors: Xiujun Wang, Haonan Zheng, Lipeng Wu, Xiaodong Ding and Tongping Lu
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:15
  15. Nutrient stoichiometry (e.g., nitrate + nitrite to soluble reactive phosphorus, refer to N + N/SRP, N/P hereafter) governs growth, competition and niche partitioning of phytoplankton in the illuminated oceans....

    Authors: Kuanbo Zhou, Yanping Xu, Shuh-Ji Kao, Peng Xiu, Xianhui Wan, Bangqin Huang, Xin Liu, Chuanjun Du, Jun Sun, Zhenyu Sun and Minhan Dai
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:12
  16. For the first time, the processes controlling the variations of mixed layer temperature (MLT) and salinity (MLS) in the Banda Sea are quantified using data from a single Argo float in combination with satellit...

    Authors: Mochamad Furqon Azis Ismail, Johannes Karstensen, Joachim Ribbe, Taslim Arifin, Handy Chandra, Rudhy Akhwady, Erma Yulihastin, Abdul Basit and Asep Sandra Budiman
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:10
  17. The effects of climate change and rapid population growth increase the demand for freshwater, particularly in arid and hyper-arid environments, considering that groundwater is an essential water resource in th...

    Authors: Hesham Morgan, Ahmed Madani, Hussien M. Hussien and Tamer Nassar
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:9
  18. Barotropic and baroclinic tides were simulated for the Coral and Tasman Seas off eastern Australia and compared to a simulation without tides. Both simulations included geostrophic currents and replicated a cu...

    Authors: Robin Robertson
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:8
  19. Lombok is one of the islands in the transitional zone from the Sunda Arc to the Banda Arc, Indonesia. In the mid-2018, the island of Lombok was shaken by a series of strong earthquakes, started with a moment m...

    Authors: Annisa Trisnia Sasmi, Andri Dian Nugraha, Muzli Muzli, Sri Widiyantoro, Syuhada Syuhada, Faiz Muttaqy, Zulfakriza Zulfakriza, Shengji Wei, Awali Priyono, Haunan Afif, Pepen Supendi, Yayan Mi’rojul Husni, Billy S. Prabowo and Achmad Fajar Narotama Sarjan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:7
  20. Sakiyama and Amitori bays of Iriomote Island in Japan are adjacent, but their coral distributions differ significantly. This study investigates the differences in the coral distribution and diversity between b...

    Authors: Shinya Shimokawa, Tomokazu Murakami and Hiroyoshi Kohno
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:6

    The Correction to this article has been published in Geoscience Letters 2023 10:14

  21. The Central and East Java region, which is part of the Sunda Arc, has relatively high seismic rates due to the convergence of two major tectonic plates in the Indonesian region; i.e., the Indo-Australian Plate...

    Authors: Faiz Muttaqy, Andri Dian Nugraha, Nanang T. Puspito, David P. Sahara, Zulfakriza Zulfakriza, Supriyanto Rohadi and Pepen Supendi
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:5
  22. With the population projections indicating continued growth during this century, construction of large dams can be considered as one of the best available options to meet the future increases in water, food, a...

    Authors: Suning Liu, Ji Chen, Jiaye Li, Tiejian Li, Haiyun Shi and Bellie Sivakumar
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:4
  23. Most of studies on change-point at a regional or global scale have only examined a single hydrometeorological variable and have been unable to identify any underlying explanations. In this study, we identified...

    Authors: Ke Shi and Yoshiya Touge
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:3
  24. A high surface air temperature (SAT) record over Northwestern India was reported in April 2022. This study examines the contribution of interannual variability on Indian SAT and possible reasons for the extrem...

    Authors: Jianhuang Qin, Heng Liu and Baosheng Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:2
  25. Climate change and soil erosion are very associated with environmental defiance which affects the life sustainability of humans. However, the potency effects of both events in tropical regions are arduous to b...

    Authors: Muhammad Rendana, Wan Mohd Razi Idris, Sahibin Abdul Rahim, Zulfahmi Ali Rahman and Tukimat Lihan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2023 10:1
  26. Landslide vulnerability prediction maps are among the most important tools for managing natural hazards associated with slope stability in river basins that affect ecosystems, properties, infrastructure and so...

    Authors: Hazem Ghassan Abdo, Hussein Almohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi, Sk Ajim Ali, Farhana Parvin, Ahmed Elbeltagi, Romulus Costache, Safwan Mohammed, Motrih Al-Mutiry and Karam Alsafadi
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:45
  27. Impacts of temperature assimilation on Venusian thermal tides are investigated by the observing system simulation experiments assuming Akatsuki Longwave Infrared Camera (LIR) observations. Synthetic temperatur...

    Authors: Norihiko Sugimoto, Yukiko Fujisawa, Nobumasa Komori, Hiroki Ando, Toru Kouyama and Masahiro Takagi
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:44
  28. Terrestrial ecosystems are fully coupled with the climate. The planet has been greening owing to the increased vegetation growth in response to the changing atmosphere, which in turn has feedback on the climat...

    Authors: Shijing Liang, Alan D. Ziegler, Laurent Z. X. Li, Jie Wu, Dashan Wang and Zhenzhong Zeng
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:43
  29. The northern Red Sea in eastern Egypt is one of the world’s newest marine basins. The northern Red Sea is a very active seismic region and poses a significant hazard to the nearest cities on the Red Sea coast....

    Authors: Hamada Saadalla and Ahmad Hamed
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:41
  30. The aim of the study is to show the anomalies of air pressure registered at meteorological stations in Serbia during the passage of shock waves on January 15 and 16, 2022, as a result of the Hunga Tonga–Hunga ...

    Authors: Dragan Burić, Jovan Mihajlović and Vladan Ducić
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:40
  31. Landslides in mountainous areas are one of the most important natural hazards and potentially cause severe damage and loss of human life. In order to reduce this damage, it is essential to determine the potent...

    Authors: Hassan Ait Naceur, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, Brahim Igmoullan, Mustapha Namous, Hussein Almohamad, Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi and Motrih Al-Mutiry
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:39
  32. As the resolution of regional climate models has increased with the development of computing resources, Added Values (AVs) have always been a steady research topic. Most previous studies examined AVs qualitati...

    Authors: Gayoung Kim, Jineun Kim and Dong-Hyun Cha
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:38
  33. The distribution of sea surface salinity (SSS) in the Arabian Sea (AS) and Bay of Bengal (BoB) is in contrast due to differences in air-sea freshwater fluxes and river runoff inputs. The monsoon-induced inter-...

    Authors: Jiechao Zhu, Yuhong Zhang, Xuhua Cheng, Xiangpeng Wang, Qiwei Sun and Yan Du
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:37
  34. The stunning tails of comets are interesting astronomical phenomena to human beings and have been noticed for thousands of years. The bright tails also emit substantial materials into interplanetary space, inc...

    Authors: Yong Zhao, Limei Yan, Zhonghua Yao, Yong Wei, Ruilong Guo, Hairong Lai and Binzheng Zhang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:36
  35. Monitoring lake water levels is important to fully understand the characteristics and mechanism of lake dynamic change, the impact of climate change and human activities on lakes, etc. This paper first individ...

    Authors: Zhijie Zhang, Guodong Chen, Yanchen Bo, Xiaozu Guo and Jianteng Bao
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:35
  36. Equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS) refers to the total global warming caused by an instantaneous doubling of CO2 from the preindustrial level. It is mainly estimated through the linear fit between the changes ...

    Authors: Shufan Li and Ping Huang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:34
  37. The idealized Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) simulations are conducted to investigate tropical cyclone (TC) size and intensity over the Western North Pacific (WNP) over the past decades, as represented...

    Authors: Cheng-Hsiang Chih, Kun-Hsuan Chou and Chun-Chieh Wu
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:33
  38. With the rapid development of deep learning technologies, data-driven methods have become one of the main research focuses in geophysical inversion. Applications of various neural network architectures to the ...

    Authors: Vladimir Puzyrev, Tristan Salles, Greg Surma and Chris Elders
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:32
  39. Typhoon Chaba made landfall on the Korean Peninsula in the fall of 2016, resulting in record-breaking rainfall in southeastern Korea. In particular, the Ulsan metropolitan region experienced the most severe fl...

    Authors: Woojin Cho, Jinyoung Park, Jihong Moon, Dong-Hyun Cha, Yu-min Moon, Hyeon-Sung Kim, Kyoung-jo Noh and Sang-Hwan Park
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:29
  40. From its first eruption at the end of August 2010, Mount Sinabung has been being seismically active. Thousands of micro earthquakes have occurred in the magma itself, in hydrothermal systems, and along nearby ...

    Authors: Afnimar, Ary Hidayat, Kristianto, Hetty Triastuty, Ahmad Basuki and Novianti Indrastuti
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:28
  41. Due to the high cost of the large-scale measurement of heavy metals, the use of statistical land models and techniques is one of the proper ways to study their distribution and level of pollution. The study ar...

    Authors: Farhad Mirzaei, Yasser Abbasi, Teymour Sohrabi and Seyed Hassan Mirhashemi
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:27
  42. The losses and damage caused by landslide are countless in the world every year. However, the existing approaches of landslide susceptibility mapping cannot fully meet the requirement of landslide prevention, ...

    Authors: Tingyu Zhang, Yanan Li, Tao Wang, Huanyuan Wang, Tianqing Chen, Zenghui Sun, Dan Luo, Chao Li and Ling Han
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:26

    The Correction to this article has been published in Geoscience Letters 2023 10:44

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