Publications authored by Teng Wang

Deriving Centimeter-Level Coseismic Deformation and Fault Geometries of Small-To-Moderate Earthquakes From Time-Series Sentinel-1 SAR Images

Heng Luo, Jianya Gong, Mingsheng Liao, Shengji Wei, & Teng Wang
02/2021 Frontiers in Earth Science 9

Thermal squeezing of the seismogenic zone controlled rupture of the volcano-rooted Flores Thrust

Karen H. Lythgoe, Andri Dian Nugraha, Kyle Bradley, Shengji Wei, Sri Widiyantoro, Teng Wang, et al.
01/2021 Science Advances 7 5

Triple junction kinematics accounts for the 2016 Mw 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake rupture complexity

Xuhua Shi, Liqing Jiao, Paul Tapponnier, Shengji Wei, Teng Wang, Xin Wang, et al.
12/2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 116 52

An Extremely Shallow Mw4.1 Thrust Earthquake in the Eastern Sichuan Basin (China) Likely Triggered by Unloading During Infrastructure Construction

Yunyi Qian, Heng Luo, Shengji Wei, Teng Wang, Xiaofei Chen, Xinyu Luo, et al.
12/2019 Geophysical Research Letters 46 23

Slip Complementarity and Triggering between the Foreshock, Mainshock, and Afterslip of the 2019 Ridgecrest Rupture Sequence

Qiang Qiu, Shengji Wei, Sylvain Barbot, & Teng Wang
08/2020 Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 110 4

Structural Controls on Rupture Extent of Recent Sumatran Fault Zone Earthquakes, Indonesia

Rino Salman, Emma M. Hill, Eric O. Lindsey, Kyle E. Bradley, Lujia Feng, Mudrik Daryono, et al.
02/2020 Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth 125 2

Source characteristics of the 2017 M(w)6.4 Moijabana, Botswana earthquake, a rare lower-crustal event within an ancient zone of weakness

Kathryn Materna, Luo Heng, Rino Salman, Roland Bürgmann, Shengji Wei, Teng Wang, et al.
01/2019 Earth and Planetary Science Letters 506

The 2015 Gorkha (Nepal) earthquake sequence: I. Source modeling and deterministic 3D ground shaking

Shengji Wei, Çağil Karakaş, Don V. Helmberger, Eric O. Lindsey, Meng Chen, Robert W. Graves, et al.
01/2018 Tectonophysics 722

Kinematic inversion of postseismic deformation following the 2016 Mw 7.0 Kumamoto earthquake for the distribution of brittle and ductile crustal processes

James D.P. Moore, Bunichiro Shibazaki, Chi-Hsien Tang, Dongju Peng, Eric O. Lindsey, Hang Yu, et al.
2016 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

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