Hongfeng Yang  杨宏峰
Hongfeng Yang 杨宏峰
Associate Professor, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Fault-plane determination of the 18 April 2008 Mount Carmel, Illinois, earthquake by detecting and relocating aftershocks
H Yang, L Zhu, R Chu
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99 (6), 3413-3420, 2009
Geometrical effects of a subducted seamount on stopping megathrust ruptures
H Yang, Y Liu, J Lin
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (10), 2011-2016, 2013
Rapid report of the 8 January 2022 MS 6.9 Menyuan earthquake, Qinghai, China
H Yang, D Wang, R Guo, M Xie, Y Zang, Y Wang, Q Yao, C Cheng, Y An, ...
Earthquake Research Advances 2 (1), 100113, 2022
Possible spatial distribution of the Mesozoic volcanic arc in the present‐day South China Sea continental margin and its tectonic implications
F Li, Z Sun, H Yang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123 (8), 6215-6235, 2018
Effects of subducted seamounts on megathrust earthquake nucleation and rupture propagation
H Yang, Y Liu, J Lin
Shallow low-velocity zone of the San Jacinto fault from local earthquake waveform modelling
H Yang, L Zhu
Geophysical Journal International 183 (1), 421-432, 2010
High-resolution structures of the Landers fault zone inferred from aftershock waveform data
H Li, L Zhu, H Yang
Geophysical Journal International 171 (3), 1295-1307, 2007
A Shallow Shock: The 25 February 2019  4.9 Earthquake in the Weiyuan Shale Gas Field in Sichuan, China
H Yang, P Zhou, N Fang, G Zhu, W Xu, J Su, F Meng, R Chu
Seismological Society of America 91 (6), 3182-3194, 2020
Recent advances in imaging crustal fault zones: A review
H Yang
Earthquake Science 28, 151-162, 2015
Seismic structures of the Calico fault zone inferred from local earthquake travel time modelling
H Yang, L Zhu, ES Cochran
Geophysical Journal International 186 (2), 760-770, 2011
Low‐velocity zones along the San Jacinto Fault, Southern California, from body waves recorded in dense linear arrays
H Yang, Z Li, Z Peng, Y Ben‐Zion, F Vernon
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (12), 8976-8990, 2014
Seismogenic width controls aspect ratios of earthquake ruptures
H Weng, H Yang
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (6), 2725-2732, 2017
Fine structure of the Chenghai fault zone, Yunnan, China, constrained from teleseismic travel time and ambient noise tomography
H Yang, Y Duan, J Song, X Jiang, X Tian, W Yang, W Wang, J Yang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 125 (7), e2020JB019565, 2020
Earthquake rupture extents and coseismic slips promoted by damaged fault zones
H Weng, H Yang, Z Zhang, X Chen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (6), 4446-4457, 2016
GPS observed horizontal ground extension at the Hutubi (China) underground gas storage facility and its application to geomechanical modeling for induced seismicity
G Jiang, X Qiao, X Wang, R Lu, L Liu, H Yang, Y Su, L Song, B Wang, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 530, 115943, 2020
Constraining frictional properties on fault by dynamic rupture simulations and near‐field observations
H Weng, H Yang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123 (8), 6658-6670, 2018
Intra-and intertrench variations in flexural bending of the Manila, Mariana and global trenches: implications on plate weakening in controlling trench dynamics
F Zhang, J Lin, Z Zhou, H Yang, W Zhan
Geophysical Journal International 212 (2), 1429-1449, 2018
Along-strike variation in slab geometry at the southern Mariana subduction zone revealed by seismicity through ocean bottom seismic experiments
G Zhu, H Yang, J Lin, Z Zhou, M Xu, J Sun, K Wan
Geophysical Journal International 218 (3), 2122-2135, 2019
Foreshocks, b Value Map, and Aftershock Triggering for the 2011 Mw 5.7 Virginia Earthquake
X Meng, H Yang, Z Peng
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123 (6), 5082-5098, 2018
Coseismic radiation and stress drop during the 2015 Mw 8.3 Illapel, Chile megathrust earthquake
J Yin, H Yang, H Yao, H Weng
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (4), 1520-1528, 2016
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