Zhigang Peng
Zhigang Peng
Professor of Geophysics, Georgia Institute of Technology
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An integrated perspective of the continuum between earthquakes and slow-slip phenomena
Z Peng, J Gomberg
Nature geoscience 3 (9), 599-607, 2010
5672010
Migration of early aftershocks following the 2004 Parkfield earthquake
Z Peng, P Zhao
Nature Geoscience 2 (12), 877-881, 2009
2862009
A shallow fault-zone structure illuminated by trapped waves in the Karadere–Duzce branch of the North Anatolian Fault, western Turkey
Y Ben-Zion, Z Peng, D Okaya, L Seeber, JG Armbruster, N Ozer, ...
Geophysical Journal International 152 (3), 699-717, 2003
2382003
Temporal changes of shallow seismic velocity around the Karadere-Düzce branch of the north Anatolian fault and strong ground motion
Z Peng, Y Ben-Zion
Pure and Applied Geophysics 163 (2-3), 567-600, 2006
2052006
Seismicity rate immediately before and after main shock rupture from high‐frequency waveforms in Japan
Z Peng, JE Vidale, M Ishii, A Helmstetter
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B3), 2007
1652007
Remote triggering of tremor along the San Andreas Fault in central California
Z Peng, JE Vidale, AG Wech, RM Nadeau, KC Creager
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B7), 2009
1582009
Systematic analysis of crustal anisotropy along the Karadere—Düzce branch of the North Anatolian fault
Z Peng, Y Ben-Zion
Geophysical Journal International 159 (1), 253-274, 2004
1542004
Widespread triggering of nonvolcanic tremor in California
J Gomberg, JL Rubinstein, Z Peng, KC Creager, JE Vidale, P Bodin
Science 319 (5860), 173-173, 2008
1532008
Shallow seismic trapping structure in the San Jacinto fault zone near Anza, California
MA Lewis, Z Peng, Y Ben-Zion, FL Vernon
Geophysical Journal International 162 (3), 867-881, 2005
1352005
Triggered creep as a possible mechanism for delayed dynamic triggering of tremor and earthquakes
DR Shelly, Z Peng, DP Hill, C Aiken
Nature Geoscience 4 (6), 384-388, 2011
1302011
Anomalous early aftershock decay rate of the 2004 Mw6. 0 Parkfield, California, earthquake
Z Peng, JE Vidale, H Houston
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (17), 2006
1142006
Quantitative analysis of seismic fault zone waves in the rupture zone of the 1992 Landers, California, earthquake: evidence for a shallow trapping structure
Z Peng, Y Ben-Zion, AJ Michael, L Zhu
Geophysical Journal International 155 (3), 1021-1041, 2003
1122003
Spatiotemporal variations of crustal anisotropy from similar events in aftershocks of the 1999 M7.4 İzmit and M7.1 Düzce, Turkey, earthquake sequences
Z Peng, Y Ben-Zion
Geophysical Journal International 160 (3), 1027-1043, 2005
1072005
Non-volcanic tremor beneath the Central Range in Taiwan triggered by the 2001 Mw 7.8 Kunlun earthquake
Z Peng, K Chao
Geophysical Journal International 175 (2), 825-829, 2008
1032008
Remote triggered seismicity caused by the 2011, M9. 0 Tohoku-Oki, Japan earthquake
H Gonzalez-Huizar, AA Velasco, Z Peng, RR Castro
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (10), L10302, 2012
852012
Non-linearity and temporal changes of fault zone site response associated with strong ground motion
C Wu, Z Peng, Y Ben-Zion
Geophysical Journal International 176 (1), 265-278, 2009
842009
Large-scale dynamic triggering of shallow slow slip enhanced by overlying sedimentary wedge
LM Wallace, Y Kaneko, S Hreinsdóttir, I Hamling, Z Peng, N Bartlow, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (10), 765-770, 2017
792017
Strong tremor near Parkfield, CA, excited by the 2002 Denali Fault earthquake
Z Peng, JE Vidale, KC Creager, JL Rubinstein, J Gomberg, P Bodin
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (23), 2008
782008
A Global Search for Triggered Tremor Following the 2011 Mw 9.0 Tohoku Earthquake
K Chao, Z Peng, H Gonzalez‐Huizar, C Aiken, B Enescu, H Kao, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 103 (2B), 1551-1571, 2013
732013
Bayesian analysis of the modified Omori law
M Holschneider, C Narteau, P Shebalin, Z Peng, D Schorlemmer
Journal of Geophysical Research 117 (B6), B06317, 2012
712012
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