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  1. The use of infrasound for the early detection of volcanic events has been shown to be effective over large distances, and unlike visual methods, is not weather dependent. Signals recorded via an infrasound arr...

    Authors: Ross Adrian Williams, Anna Perttu and Benoit Taisne
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:9
  2. Determination of hematite contributions to sedimentary magnetizations is an important but difficult task in quantitative environmental studies. The poorly crystalline and fine-grained nature of hematite nanopa...

    Authors: Andrew P. Roberts, Xiang Zhao, David Heslop, Alexandra Abrajevitch, Yen-Hua Chen, Pengxiang Hu, Zhaoxia Jiang, Qingsong Liu and Brad J. Pillans
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:8
  3. The Zhanghe Reservoir in Yangtze River basin plays a key role in fulfilling the crop water requirements of the irrigation area in its downstream region. This study employs the SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment T...

    Authors: Yuqi Chen, Jun Niu, Yuqing Sun, Qi Liu, Sien Li, Peng Li, Liqun Sun and Qinglan Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:6
  4. The surface ocean current’s imprint on the wind stress (known as the current feedback) has a significant influence on the wind power input to the ocean. In this study, we investigate the effect of the current ...

    Authors: Xuan Shan, Zhao Jing, Bingrong Sun and Lixin Wu
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:3
  5. Significant earthquakes on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia, have predominantly been earthquakes with a thrust mechanism that occurred due to the subduction process and seismotectonics near coastal cities of W...

    Authors: Wahyu Triyoso, Aris Suwondo, Tedi Yudistira and David P. Sahara
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2020 7:2
  6. Western Mediterranean Basin (WMB) is among tsunamigenic zones with numerous historical records of tsunami damage and deaths. Most recently, a moderate tsunami on 21 May 2003 offshore Algeria, North Africa, was...

    Authors: Mohammad Heidarzadeh, Yuchen Wang, Kenji Satake and Iyan E. Mulia
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:19
  7. On September 28, 2018, the Mw 7.5 earthquake occurred in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. This earthquake produced strong tremors, landslides, liquefaction and a tsunami and caused thousands of fatalities an...

    Authors: Pepen Supendi, Andri Dian Nugraha, Sri Widiyantoro, Chalid Idham Abdullah, Nanang T. Puspito, Kadek Hendrawan Palgunadi, D. Daryono and Samsul Hadi Wiyono
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:18
  8. The rainfall intensity–duration–frequency (IDF) curves play an important role in water resources engineering and management. The applications of IDF curves range from assessing rainfall events, classifying cli...

    Authors: Yabin Sun, Dadiyorto Wendi, Dong Eon Kim and Shie-Yui Liong
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:17
  9. Stress drops of small earthquakes have been estimated under the assumption that the rupture propagates symmetrically within a circular fault. However, recent studies have observed directivity effects on seismi...

    Authors: Keisuke Yoshida
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:16
  10. Vertical mixing is important in the ocean for maintaining its stratification, redistributing temperature and salinity, distributing nutrients and pollutants, and the energy cascade. It plays a key role in ocea...

    Authors: Robin Robertson and Changming Dong
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:15
  11. Both solar activities from above and perturbations of Earth’s surface and troposphere from below disturb ionospheric structure and its dynamics. Numerous ionospheric phenomena remain unexplained due to the com...

    Authors: Yang-Yi Sun
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:14
  12. The Makran Accretionary Wedge (900 km across) is a consequence of northward subduction of the oceanic part of the Arabian Plate beneath the Lut and Afghan blocks in the northwestern Indian Ocean. It has a comp...

    Authors: Mohammad Mokhtari, Ahmad Ala Amjadi, Leila Mahshadnia and Mandana Rafizadeh
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:13
  13. Our understanding of the history of the solar system has undergone a revolution in recent years, owing to new theoretical insights into the origin of Pluto and the discovery of the Kuiper belt and its rich dyn...

    Authors: Renu Malhotra
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:12
  14. Landslides are common natural disasters in Bogor, Indonesia, triggered by a combination of factors including slope aspect, soil type and bedrock lithology, land cover and land use, and hydrologic conditions. I...

    Authors: Florence Elfriede Sinthauli Silalahi, Pamela, Yukni Arifianti and Fahrul Hidayat
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:10
  15. On 15 October 2013, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake was generated from a previously unidentified fault in the island of Bohol. This fault was named the North Bohol Fault (NBF) by authorities. We investigated the ge...

    Authors: Romer Carlo T. Gacusan and Alfredo Mahar Francisco A. Lagmay
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:9
  16. Interpreting microseismic events triggered by reservoir stimulation (especially hydraulic fracturing) has become a common practice to understand fracture dimension and geometry. In this area of study, the need...

    Authors: Tepy Septyana, Andri Dian Nugraha, Sri Widiyantoro and Supriyono
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:7
  17. The steep increase in urban populations results in the spatial extent of cities expanding both horizontally and vertically. The climatic response of urban areas differs greatly to rural areas exposed to the sa...

    Authors: Kai Wang, Yasemin D. Aktas, Jenny Stocker, David Carruthers, Julian Hunt and Liora Malki-Epshtein
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:4
  18. Submesoscale currents are pervasive throughout the ocean. They have intermediate space and time scales—neither mesoscale nor microscale—that have made them elusive for measurements and modeling until recently....

    Authors: James C. McWilliams
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:3
  19. The European Space Agency recently launched the Sentinel mission to perform terrestrial observations in support of tasks such as monitoring forests, detecting land-cover changes, and managing natural disasters...

    Authors: Michael Mau Fung Wong, Jimmy Chi Hung Fung and Peter Pak Shing Yeung
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:2
  20. Two different mesoscale convective system (MCS) events that produced the heavy rainfall over the Greater Jakarta (GJ) during 15–18 January 2013 period were investigated. The purpose of the present study is to ...

    Authors: Danang Eko Nuryanto, Hidayat Pawitan, Rahmat Hidayat and Edvin Aldrian
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2019 6:1
  21. We determined earthquake locations through re-picking of P- and S-wave arrival times recorded by BMKG network. Earthquake locations were determined using Hypoellipse code that employs a single event determinat...

    Authors: Pepen Supendi, Andri Dian Nugraha, Nanang T. Puspito, Sri Widiyantoro and Daryono Daryono
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:31
  22. Tsunamis generated along the Makran subduction zone (MSZ) threaten the Sur coast of Oman, according to deterministic and probabilistic analyses presented here. A validated shallow water numerical code simulate...

    Authors: I. El-Hussain, R. Omira, Z. Al-Habsi, M. A. Baptista, A. Deif and A. M. E. Mohamed
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:30
  23. A high-frequency (HF) ocean radar system is a shore-based remote sensing system to simultaneously monitor ocean surface currents, waves and wind far beyond the horizon. The system operation is based on electro...

    Authors: Anna Dzvonkovskaya, Leif Petersen, Thomas Helzel and Matthias Kniephoff
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:29
  24. Urban heat island effect has been assessed using weather research and forecasting model (WRF v3.5) focusing on air temperature and surface skin temperature in the sub-tropical urban Indian megacity of Delhi. I...

    Authors: Shweta Bhati and Manju Mohan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:27
  25. This paper extends and detides a Karachi tide-gauge record as an observational basis for assessing Indian Ocean tsunami risk. The extended marigram encompasses the time of the great 1945 Makran earthquake of e...

    Authors: Loyce M. Adams, Brian F. Atwater and Haider Hasan
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:25
  26. Recent studies have indicated that ocean circulation damps the atmospheric energy transport response to hemispherically differential energy perturbations, thereby muting the shifts of the Inter-Tropical Conver...

    Authors: Sarah M. Kang, Yechul Shin and Francis Codron
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:22
  27. Urban air quality has been deteriorating over time. Pollutant distribution levels in the urban environment may be associated with anthropogenic sources and meteorological conditions. The aim of this study is t...

    Authors: Anis Asma Ahmad Mohtar, Mohd Talib Latif, Nor Hafizah Baharudin, Fatimah Ahamad, Jing Xiang Chung, Murnira Othman and Liew Juneng
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:21
  28. Power spectrum is the considerable aspect in the atmospheric radar data processing to estimate wind parameters. Due to the poor resolution and high sidelobe level problems of the existing algorithms, there is ...

    Authors: C. Raju and T. Sreenivasulu Reddy
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:20
  29. Under the relentless pace of population growth and urban development, weather and climate services provided by the Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) since its establishment in 1883 have been evolving continuously wi...

    Authors: Tsz-cheung Lee, Wai-kin Wong and Kwong-hung Tam
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:18
  30. Self-secondaries are secondary craters that are formed on both the continuous ejecta deposits and interior of the parent crater. The possible existence of self-secondaries was proposed in the late 1960s, but t...

    Authors: Zhiyong Xiao
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:17
  31. Briefly tracing the history of hydrologic modeling, this paper discusses the progress that has been achieved in hydrologic modeling since the advent of computer and what the future may have in store for hydrol...

    Authors: Vijay P. Singh
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:15
  32. Compared with the conventional fossil fuel, bioenergy has obvious advantages due to its renewability and large quantity, and thus plays a crucial role in helping defend the energy security. However, the bioene...

    Authors: Yiping Wu, Fubo Zhao, Shuguang Liu, Lijing Wang, Linjing Qiu, Georgii Alexandrov and Vinayakam Jothiprakash
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:14
  33. In recent years, several large gas fields have been discovered in western Qiongdongnan Basin. It is important and necessary to illustrate their sedimentary characteristics and hydrocarbon migration so that mor...

    Authors: Caiwei Fan, Tao Jiang, Kun Liu, Jiancai Tan, Hu Li and Anqi Li
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:13
  34. The simplest way to forecast geophysical processes, an engineering problem with a widely recognized challenging character, is the so-called “univariate time series forecasting” that can be implemented using st...

    Authors: Georgia Papacharalampous, Hristos Tyralis and Demetris Koutsoyiannis
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:12
  35. On the landward slope of the Japan Trench, the mid-slope terrace (MST) is located at a depth of 4000–6000 m. Two piston cores from the MST were analyzed to assess the applicability of the MST for turbidite pal...

    Authors: Kazuko Usami, Ken Ikehara, Toshiya Kanamatsu and Cecilia M. McHugh
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:11
  36. This study employs the concepts of complex networks to study the temporal dynamics of streamflow, with emphasis on annual scale (i.e., year-to-year connections). The study proposes a new approach to construct ...

    Authors: Xudong Han, Bellie Sivakumar, Fitsum M. Woldmeskel and Milena Guerra de Aguilar
    Citation: Geoscience Letters 2018 5:10

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