Geoffrey C.P. King
Geoffrey C.P. King
Professor Institut de Physique du Globe Paris. Professor Dept Archaeology, University of York, UK
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Towards a paleogeography and tectonic evolution of Iran
M Berberian, GCP King
Canadian journal of earth sciences 18 (2), 210-265, 1981
Static stress changes and the triggering of earthquakes
GCP King, RS Stein, J Lin
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (3), 935-953, 1994
Quaternary evolution of the Corinth Rift and its implications for the Late Cenozoic evolution of the Aegean
R Armijo, B Meyer, GCP King, A Rigo, D Papanastassiou
Geophysical Journal International 126 (1), 11-53, 1996
Change in failure stress on the southern San Andreas fault system caused by the 1992 magnitude= 7.4 Landers earthquake
RS Stein, GCP King, J Lin
Science 258 (5086), 1328-1332, 1992
The kinematics of gouge deformation
C Sammis, G King, R Biegel
Pure and Applied Geophysics 125, 777-812, 1987
The accommodation of large strains in the upper lithosphere of the earth and other solids by self-similar fault systems: the geometrical origin of b-value
G King
Pure and Applied Geophysics 121, 761-815, 1983
Hydrological signatures of earthquake strain
R Muir‐Wood, GCP King
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B12), 22035-22068, 1993
Role of fault bends in the initiation and termination of earthquake rupture
G King, J Nábělek
Science 228 (4702), 984-987, 1985
Seismicity, normal faulting, and the geomorphological development of the Gulf of Corinth (Greece): the Corinth earthquakes of February and March 1981
JA Jackson, J Gagnepain, G Houseman, GCP King, P Papadimitriou, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 57 (2), 377-397, 1982
Stress triggering of the 1994 M= 6.7 Northridge, California, earthquake by its predecessors
RS Stein, GCP King, J Lin
Asymmetric slip partitioning in the Sea of Marmara pull‐apart: A clue to propagation processes of the North Anatolian fault?
R Armijo, B Meyer, S Navarro, G King, A Barka
Terra nova 14 (2), 80-86, 2002
The growth of geological structures by repeated earthquakes 1. Conceptual framework
GCP King, RS Stein, JB Rundle
Journal of Geophysical research: solid Earth 93 (B11), 13307-13318, 1988
Fault interaction by elastic stress changes: New clues from earthquake sequences
GCP King, M Cocco
Advances in geophysics 44, 1-VIII, 2001
Stress coupling between earthquakes in northwest Turkey and the north Aegean Sea
SS Nalbant, A Hubert, GCP King
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B10), 24469-24486, 1998
Seismic hazard in the Marmara Sea region following the 17 August 1999 Izmit earthquake
A Hubert-Ferrari, A Barka, E Jacques, SS Nalbant, B Meyer, R Armijo, ...
Nature 404 (6775), 269-273, 2000
Evidence of nonlinear elasticity of the crust from the Mw7. 6 Manyi (Tibet) earthquake
G Peltzer, F Crampé, G King
Science 286 (5438), 272-276, 1999
Speculations on the geometry of the initiation and termination processes of earthquake rupture and its relation to morphology and geological structure
GCP King
Pure and applied geophysics 124, 567-585, 1986
Morphology, displacement, and slip rates along the North Anatolian Fault, Turkey
A Hubert‐Ferrari, R Armijo, G King, B Meyer, A Barka
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B10), ETG 9-1-ETG 9-33, 2002
The growth of geological structures by repeated earthquakes 2. Field examples of continental dip‐slip faults
RS Stein, GCP King, JB Rundle
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 93 (B11), 13319-13331, 1988
Seismic potential revealed by surface folding: 1983 Coalinga, California, earthquake
RS Stein, GCP King
Science 224 (4651), 869-872, 1984
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