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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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

  10. January 2022 witnessed the violent eruption of Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai submarine volcano in the South Pacific. With a volcanic explosivity index possibly equivalent to VEI 5, this represents the largest seab...

    Authors: James P. Terry, James Goff, Nigel Winspear, Vena Pearl Bongolan and Scott Fisher
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:24
  11. Heavy rainfall brought by typhoons has been recognised as a major trigger of landslides in Taiwan. On average, 3.75 typhoons strike the island every year, and cause large amounts of shallow landslides and debr...

    Authors: Jui-Yi Ho, Che-Hsin Liu, Wei-Bo Chen, Chih-Hsin Chang and Kwan Tun Lee
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:22
  12. Structure collapse and subsidence are non-negligible geotechnical problems in loess areas. Within this framework, homogeneous and undisturbed samples are critical for effective research on loess structure. Hen...

    Authors: Huie Chen, Hui Li, Yaling Jiang, Qingbo Yu, Meng Yao and Wenchong Shan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:21
  13. The continental-rifting of Arabia from Nubia, and the initial evolution of the Red Sea spreading center includes many of the continental-rifting to ocean-spreading processes, in particular transform formation,...

    Authors: Thamer Aldaajani and Kevin P. Furlong
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:18
  14. Quantitative horizontal displacement in the landslide potential area is necessary for mitigating casualties, property damage, and economic loss. Focusing on a sliding within a deep-seated landslide potential ...

    Authors: Che-Hsin Liu, Jui-Yi Ho, Chung-Ray Chu, Chih-Hsin Chang and Hongey Chen
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:17
  15. Bromo is among the very active volcanoes in Indonesia and is known for its recurrent and long-lasting eruptive manifestations. Past volcanic gas studies have revealed Bromo as one of the principal sources of v...

    Authors: Hilma Alfianti, Philipson Bani, Mamay Sumaryadi, Sofyan Primulyana, Mita Marlia, Ugan B. Saing, Nia Haerani and Hendra Gunawan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:15
  16. The linear relationship between two stable water isotopes (δD and δ18O) has been used to examine the physical processes and movements or changes of three water phases (water vapor, liquid water and ice), includin...

    Authors: Jeonghoon Lee, Won Sang Lee, Hyejung Jung and Seung-Gu Lee
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:11
  17. Water quality is the restrictive factor for both ecosystem health and social development in the Chinese Loess Plateau, a unique area with most severe soil erosion, fragile ecology, and water shortage. Understa...

    Authors: Yanni Song, Yiping Wu, Changshun Sun, Fubo Zhao, Jingyi Hu, Ji Chen, Linjing Qiu and Yanqing Lian
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:10
  18. Landslides are considered as major natural hazards that cause enormous property damages and fatalities in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP). In this article, we evaluated the landslide susceptibility, and its spat...

    Authors: Payam Sajadi, Yan-Fang Sang, Mehdi Gholamnia, Stefania Bonafoni and Saumitra Mukherjee
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:9
  19. The pore air pressure of the soil layer has an obstructive effect on the infiltration of the rainfall-induced landslide. Therefore, the hydraulic hysteresis caused by air entrapment in the infiltration process...

    Authors: Shixin Zhang, Li Li, Dongsheng Zhao, Bo Ni, Yue Qiang and Zhou Zheng
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:8
  20. The India–Burma troughs (IBTs) with different shapes (i.e., narrow and wide IBT-like circulations) can significantly affect winter precipitation over different regions in southern China through modulating the ...

    Authors: Jing-Xin Li, Ge Liu, Renguang Wu, Hong-Li Ren, Hui-Mei Wang, Xin Mao and Xin-Chen Wei
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:7
  21. Characterisation of hydromorphological attributes is crucial for effective river management. Such information is often overlooked in tropical regions such as the Philippines where river management strategies m...

    Authors: Pamela Louise M. Tolentino, John Edward G. Perez, Esmael L. Guardian, Richard J. Boothroyd, Trevor B. Hoey, Richard D. Williams, Kirstie A. Fryirs, Gary J. Brierley and Carlos Primo C. David
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:6
  22. Identification of the sources of the spatio-temporal information of flooding is important for flood control and understanding the water dynamic. Flood disasters are generally caused by two main sources: fluvia...

    Authors: Sophal Try, Takahiro Sayama, Chantha Oeurng, Ty Sok, Steven Ly and Sovannara Uk
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:5
  23. Geophysical modelling performs to obtain subsurface structures in agreement with measured data. Freeware algorithms for geoelectrical data inversion have not been widely used in geophysical communities; howeve...

    Authors: Yonatan Garkebo Doyoro, Ping-Yu Chang, Jordi Mahardika Puntu, Ding-Jiun Lin, Tran Van Huu, Diah Ayu Rahmalia and Meng-Shiun Shie
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:3
  24. A series of numerical simulations with different forcing conditions are carried out, to investigate the roles played by buoyancy and wind forcing on the upper ocean gyres, and to contrast the laminar and eddyi...

    Authors: Tongya Liu, Hsien-Wang Ou, Xiaohui Liu, Yu-Kun Qian and Dake Chen
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:2
  25. This paper presents the depth inversion of Rayleigh wave group velocity to obtain an S-wave velocity model from seismic ambient noise cross-correlation in western Java, Indonesia. This study utilizes the verti...

    Authors: Shindy Rosalia, Sri Widiyantoro, Phil R. Cummins, Tedi Yudistira, Andri Dian Nugraha, Zulfakriza Zulfakriza and Ahmad Setiawan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2022 9:1
  26. The geological setting of Jakarta and its immediate surroundings are poorly understood, yet it is one of the few places in Indonesia that is impacted by earthquakes from both the Java subduction zone and activ...

    Authors: Ruben Damanik, Pepen Supendi, Sri Widiyantoro, Nicholas Rawlinson, A. Ardianto, Endra Gunawan, Yayan M. Husni, Z. Zulfakriza, David P. Sahara and Hasbi Ash Shiddiqi
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:38
  27. The tropical Indian Ocean (TIO) basin-wide warming occurred in 2020, following an extreme positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) event instead of an El Niño event, which is the first record since the 1960s. The ex...

    Authors: Ying Zhang and Yan Du
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:37
  28. Up to now, the literature has shown that the relative wind stress does negative work on ocean mesoscale eddies. In other words, the relative wind stress inhibits the development of the eddies. However, based o...

    Authors: Fangyuan Teng, Changming Dong, Jinlin Ji, Brandon J. Bethel, Aijun Pan and Chi Xu
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:36
  29. We investigate the local seismotectonic of the Molucca Sea area using moment tensor calculations for the earthquakes that occurred in July 2019 at a depth of 10–55 km. The mainshock of Mw 6.8 occurred on July ...

    Authors: Aditya Dwi Prasetio, Mohammad Hasib, Andi Amran, Syuhada, Febty Febriani, Cinantya Nirmala Dewi and Titi Anggono
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:33
  30. This study focuses on the evolution of flood risk in the Yangtze River Basin under climate change, which is a critical issue for socioeconomic development in future. In this study, we (1) compared the 1998 and...

    Authors: Suning Liu, Yi Zheng, Lian Feng, Ji Chen, Venkataraman Lakshmi and Haiyun Shi
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:32
  31. Subsurface images of an area with a thick volcanic layer generally cannot be well-imaged with conventional seismic exploration (seismic reflection) due to seismic wave scattering. Another method is needed to o...

    Authors: Ahmad Setiawan, Zulfakriza Zulfakriza, Andri Dian Nugraha, Shindy Rosalia, Awali Priyono, Sri Widiyantoro, David P. Sahara, Marjiyono Marjiyono, Januar H. Setiawan, Eko Budi Lelono, Asep K. Permana and Hidayat Hidayat
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:31
  32. Typhoon events have large impacts on marginal seas’ environmental conditions with implications for biological processes and carbon cycling. However, little is known about the responses of phytoplankton and par...

    Authors: Xiaowen Wang, Xiujun Wang and Zai-Jin You
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:30
  33. Land-use suitability assessment crucial is for coal mine rehabilitation planning, especially for the coal mines that have undergone varying degrees of mining subsidence. In this study, we present an assessment...

    Authors: Xiaomeng Yao and Xin Cui
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:28
  34. Large devastating events such as earthquakes often display frequency–magnitude statistics that exhibit power-law distribution. In this study, we implement a recently developed method called earthquake nowcasti...

    Authors: Sumanta Pasari, Andrean V. H. Simanjuntak, Neha and Yogendra Sharma
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:27
  35. In recent years, signal of opportunity reflectometry (SoOp-R) has become a promising remote sensing technique. This emerging technique employs the reflected signals from existing Global Navigation Satellite Sy...

    Authors: Xuerui Wu, Andrés Calabia, Jin Xu, Weihua Bai and Peng Guo
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:25

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