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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Small unmanned aerial vehicles have been seeing increased deployment in field surveys in recent years. Their portability, maneuverability, and high-resolution imaging are useful in mapping surface features tha...

    Authors: Richard L. Ybañez, Audrei Anne B. Ybañez, Alfredo Mahar Francisco A. Lagmay and Mario A. Aurelio
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:23
  13. Precipitation in the equatorial African rainforest plays an important role in both the regional hydrological cycle and the global climate variability. Previous studies mostly focus on the trends of drought in ...

    Authors: Xin-Yue Wang, Jiang Zhu, Meijiao Xin, Chentao Song, Yadi Li, Yi Zhou and Xichen Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:22
  14. This research quantitatively and qualitatively analyzes the factors responsible for the water level variations in Lake Toba, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia. According to several studies carried out from 199...

    Authors: Hendri Irwandi, Mohammad Syamsu Rosid and Terry Mart
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:21
  15. Eastern Indonesia is one of the world’s most complex regions in terms of tsunami hazards, as it accommodates numerous seismic and non-seismic tsunami sources with a history of deadly tsunamis. This study is an...

    Authors: Ignatius R. Pranantyo, Mohammad Heidarzadeh and Phil R. Cummins
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:20
  16. River Hooghly, a tributary of river Ganges is one of the major rivers of Asia having traditional, social, economic, religious, and spiritual values. Water samples were collected from 18 sampling locations of r...

    Authors: Somdeep Ghosh, Madhurima Bakshi, Shouvik Mahanty, Tanushree Gaine, Subarna Bhattacharyya, Jayanta Kumar Biswas and Punarbasu Chaudhuri
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:19
  17. The Pacific Walker circulation (WC) is a major component of the global climate system. It connects the Pacific sea surface temperature (SST) variability to the climate variabilities from the other ocean basins...

    Authors: Xin-Yue Wang, Jiang Zhu, Chueh-Hsin Chang, Nathaniel C. Johnson, Hailong Liu, Yadi Li, Chentao Song, Meijiao Xin, Yi Zhou and Xichen Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:17
  18. During the modern satellite era since 1979, the Pacific Walker circulation (PWC) experienced an intensification and a westward shift, which has broad impacts on the global climate variability. While the streng...

    Authors: Xichen Li, Xinyue Wang, Tao Lian, Nathaniel C. Johnson, Jiang Zhu, Chueh-Hsin Chang, Hailong Liu and Wenzhu Wang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:16
  19. An electrical resistivity survey was carried out using the pole–pole configuration around the Sayanokami spring area in the northern part of Ito Campus (Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan) to study the groundwa...

    Authors: Shafiqullah Wahab, Hakim Saibi and Hideki Mizunaga
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:15
  20. Identification of periodicities in hydrological time series and evaluation of their statistical significance are not only important for water-related studies, but also challenging issues due to the complex var...

    Authors: Ping Xie, Linqian Wu, Yan-Fang Sang, Faith Ka Shun Chan, Jie Chen, Ziyi Wu and Yaqing Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:14
  21. The Pearl River Delta (PRD) is a densely populated special economic zone in South China where rapid development since the late 1990s coincided with an increase of many environmental problems in recent years. O...

    Authors: Chen Luo, Joyanto Routh, Dinggui Luo, Lezhang Wei and Yu Liu
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:12
  22. Signals of Opportunity Reflectometry (SoOp-R) employs the communication system, GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) constellation and other potential Signals of Opportunity (SoOp) as the transmitters. In...

    Authors: Xuerui Wu, Yezhi Song, Jin Xu, Zheng Duan and Shuanggen Jin
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:11
  23. Several tectonic processes combine to produce the crustal deformation observed across the Cascadia margin: (1) Cascadia subduction, (2) the northward propagation of the Mendocino Triple Junction (MTJ), (3) the...

    Authors: K. A. McKenzie and K. P. Furlong
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:10
  24. This study comprehensively investigates the source mechanisms associated with the mainshock and aftershocks of the Mw = 6.3 Yogyakarta earthquake which occurred on May 27, 2006. The process involved using mome...

    Authors: Hijrah Saputra, Wahyudi Wahyudi, Iman Suardi, Ade Anggraini and Wiwit Suryanto
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:9
  25. Seasonal forecasts at lead times of 1–12 months for sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies (SSTAs) in the offshore area of China are a considerable challenge for climate prediction in China. Previous research...

    Authors: Weiying Peng, Quanliang Chen, Shijie Zhou and Ping Huang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:8
  26. Accidental oil spills cause serious pollution to the ocean and are difficult to control in short time. It is an important guarantee for emergency disposal to effectively monitor oil spills. Remote sensing is t...

    Authors: Jin Xu, Xinxiang Pan, Xuerui Wu, Baozhu Jia, Juan Fei, Haixia Wang, Bo Li and Can Cui
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:7
  27. The oceanic circulation south of Africa is characterised by a complex dynamics with a strong variability due to the presence of the Agulhas current and numerous eddies. This area of interest is also the locati...

    Authors: Xavier Couvelard, Christophe Messager, Pierrick Penven, Sébastien Smet and Philippe Lattes
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:5
  28. Quantitative evaluation of the response of crop yield and crop water productivity (CWP) to future climate change is important to prevent or mitigate the adverse effects of climate change. This study made such ...

    Authors: Qi Liu, Jun Niu, Bellie Sivakumar, Risheng Ding and Sien Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:2
  29. Tropical cyclones (TCs) are strong natural hazards that are important for local and global air–sea interactions. This manuscript briefly reviews the knowledge about the upper ocean responses to TCs, including ...

    Authors: Han Zhang, Hailun He, Wen-Zhou Zhang and Di Tian
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2021 8:1
  30. The 2019/20 Australian black summer bushfires were particularly severe in many respects, including its early commencement, large spatial coverage, and large number of burning days, preceded by record dry and h...

    Authors: Guojian Wang and Wenju Cai
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:19
  31. The Bulletin of the International Seismological Centre (ISC) remains in demand for a wide range of geophysical studies. Users of the ISC Bulletin benefit from its long-term coverage, the most comprehensive set...

    Authors: Dmitry A. Storchak, James Harris, Lonn Brown, Kathrin Lieser, Blessing Shumba and Domenico Di Giacomo
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:18
  32. There is evidence of connections between soil organic carbon (SOC) and inorganic carbon (SIC) in dryland of north China. However, fractions of SOC and SIC and the relationship are not well understood in the Lo...

    Authors: Tongping Lu, Xiujun Wang and Wenxi Zhang
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:17
  33. We analyze measurements of bottom currents and thermohaline properties of water north of the Vema Channel with the goal to find pathway continuations of Antarctic Bottom Water flow from the Vema Channel into t...

    Authors: Eugene G. Morozov, Dmitry I. Frey and Roman Y. Tarakanov
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:16
  34. Following the eruption of Mount Anak Krakatau, a considerable landslide occurred on the southwestern part of the volcano and, upon entering the sea, generated a large tsunami within the Sunda Strait, Indonesia...

    Authors: K. Pakoksung, A. Suppasri, A. Muhari, Syamsidik and F. Imamura
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:15
  35. Mt. Agung, located in Karangasem-Bali, Indonesia, had a significant increase of swarm earthquakes from September 2017 until the recent eruption in November 2017. To analyze the seismic swarm and its correlatio...

    Authors: Mohamad Taufik Gunawan, Ridwan Kusnandar, Pepen Supendi, Andri Dian Nugraha, Nanang T. Puspito, Daryono, David P. Sahara and Zulfakriza
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:14
  36. The regional climate model (RCM) with higher resolution and sophisticated physical processes can reproduce and project fine-scale climate information, which cannot be captured by the global climate model (GCM)...

    Authors: Dong-Kyou Lee and Dong-Hyun Cha
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:13
  37. The modern reanalysis datasets provide not only meteorological variables, but also atmospheric chemical compositions such as tropospheric ozone and aerosol concentration. However, the quality of chemical compo...

    Authors: Sunmin Park, Seok-Woo Son, Myung-Il Jung, Jinkyung Park and Sang Seo Park
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:12
  38. The 28 September 2018 magnitude Mw7.8 Palu, Indonesia earthquake (0.178° S, 119.840° E, depth 13 km) occurred at 10:02 UTC. The major earthquake triggered catastrophic liquefaction, landslides, and a near-fiel...

    Authors: Jann-Yenq Liu, Chi-Yen Lin, Yuh-Ing Chen, Tso-Ren Wu, Meng-Ju Chung, Tien-Chi Liu, Yu-Lin Tsai, Loren C. Chang, Chi-Kuang Chao, Dimitar Ouzounov and Katsumi Hattori
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:11

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