FENG Lujia

Principal Investigator


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Geodesy, Tectonic Deformation, Earthquakes, Climate Change


I am a geodesist who uses the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) as a main tool to study natural hazards. My academic journey started from volcanic deformation due to unrest in large calderas, later shifted to tectonic deformation during various stages of the earthquake cycle, and now focuses on using the atmospheric water vapor information collected by the GNSS to better understand climate hazards and climate change.

Please see my website for more information!



Long-lived shallow slow-slip events on the Sunda megathrust

Rishav Mallick, Aron J. Meltzner, Emma M. Hill, Eric O. Lindsey, Louisa L.H. Tsang, & Lujia Feng


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