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Real-time Assessment of Potential Seismic Migration Using Red-Flag SARA. Asian Consortium of Volcanology.. 2019.
Real-time assessment of potential seismic migration within a monitoring network using Red-flag SARA. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. 384:31-47.. 2019.
Reassessment of the 1907 Sumatra "Tsunami Earthquake" Based on Macroseismic, Seismological, and Tsunami Observations, and Modeling. Pure and Applied Geophysics. 176(7):2831–2868.. 2019.
Reconstruction of Holocene coupling between the South American Monsoon System and local moisture variability from speleothem delta O-18 and Sr-87/Sr-86 records. Quaternary Science Reviews. 210:51-63.. 2019.
Reconstruction of the December 2018 Anak Krakatau Eruptive Activity Based on Eyewitness Reports, and Remote Seismo-acoustic and Satellite Observations. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.. 2019.
Re-defining Sustainability: Living in Harmony with Life on Earth. One Earth. 1:86-94.. 2019.
Relationship between East Asian Cold Surges and Synoptic Patterns: A New Coupling Framework. Climate. 7(2). 2019.
Rethinking Seismic Source Model of Probabilistic Hazard Assessment in Taiwan after the 2018 Hualien, Taiwan, Earthquake Sequence. Seismological Research Letters. 90:88-96.. 2019.
Revised earthquake sources along Manila trench for tsunami hazard assessment in the South China Sea. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 19:1565–1583.. 2019.
Rifting in SW China: structural and sedimentary investigation of the initial crustal response to emplacement of the Permian Emeishan LIP. Geological Magazine. 156(4):745-758.. 2019.
A Significant Portion of Water-Soluble Organic Matter in Fresh Biomass Burning Particles Does Not Contribute to Hygroscopic Growth: An Application of Polarity Segregation by 1-Octanol-Water Partitioning Method. Environmental Science and Technology. 53(17):10034-10042.. 2019.
Singapore Relative Sea-level History revealed from Holocene Mangrove Peats. 5th international Mangrove Macrobenthos and Management meeting (MMM5) 2019.. 2019.
Source characteristics of the 2017 M(w)6.4 Moijabana, Botswana earthquake, a rare lower-crustal event within an ancient zone of weakness. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 506:348-359.. 2019.
Spatiotemporal variations of extreme sea levels around the South China Sea: assessing the influence of tropical cyclones, monsoons and major climate modes. Natural Hazards. 98(3):969-1001.. 2019.
Sporepolinic morphology of fluvial terrace sediments in the western Amazon. Acta Botanica Brasilica.. 2019.
Stable isotopes of clay minerals from autoclave tests of oil sands: Implications for clay formation during steaming of Alberta Clearwater oil sands. Applied Geochemistry. 104:202-209.. 2019.
Statistical modeling of rates and trends in Holocene relative sea level. Quaternary Science Reviews. 204:58-77.. 2019.
Status of ash clouds detectability using long-range infrasound in Southeast Asia. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society.. 2019.
Stratigraphic Control of Frontal Décollement Level and Structural Vergence and Implications for Tsunamigenic Earthquake Hazard in Sumatra, Indonesia. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 20. 2019.
Tatun volcano and Volcanic hazard mitigation Monitoring and hazard management. Asian Consortium of Volcanology.. 2019.
Teleseismic Waveform Complexities Caused by Near Trench Structures and Their Impacts on Earthquake Source Study: Application to the 2015 Illapel Aftershocks (Central Chile). Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 124:870-889.. 2019.
Tephra cushioning of ballistic impacts: Quantifying building vulnerability through pneumatic cannon experiments and multiple fragility curve fitting approaches. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. 388. 2019.
Testing the utility of geochemical proxies to reconstruct Holocene coastal environments and relative sea level: a case study from Hungry Bay, Bermuda. Open Quaternary. 5(1). 2019.
Three-phased Heinrich Stadial 4 recorded in NE Brazil stalagmites. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 510:94-102.. 2019.
Tide Gauge Records Show That the 18.61‐Year Nodal Tidal Cycle Can Change High Water Levels by up to 30 cm. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 124:736-749.. 2019.