John Nabelek
John Nabelek
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Partially molten middle crust beneath southern Tibet: Synthesis of project INDEPTH results
KD Nelson, W Zhao, LD Brown, J Kuo, J Che, X Liu, SL Klemperer, ...
science 274 (5293), 1684-1688, 1996
Underplating in the Himalaya-Tibet collision zone revealed by the Hi-CLIMB experiment
J Nábělek, G Hetényi, J Vergne, S Sapkota, B Kafle, M Jiang, H Su, ...
Science 325 (5946), 1371-1374, 2009
Role of fault bends in the initiation and termination of earthquake rupture
G King, J Nábělek
Science 228 (4702), 984-987, 1985
Determination of earthquake source parameters from inversion of body waves
JL Nabelek
M. I. T., Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, 1984
Evidence from earthquake data for a partially molten crustal layer in southern Tibet
R Kind, J Ni, W Zhao, J Wu, X Yuan, L Zhao, E Sandvol, C Reese, ...
Science 274 (5293), 1692-1694, 1996
Role of oblique convergence in the active deformation of the Himalayas and southern Tibet plateau
R McCaffrey, J Nabelek
Geology 26 (8), 691-694, 1998
Crustal architecture of the Cascadia forearc
AM Trehu, I Asudeh, TM Brocher, JH Luetgert, WD Mooney, JL Nabelek, ...
Science 266 (5183), 237-243, 1994
Rotation and plate locking at the southern Cascadia subduction zone
R McCaffrey, MD Long, C Goldfinger, PC Zwick, JL Nabelek, CK Johnson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (19), 3117-3120, 2000
Density distribution of the India plate beneath the Tibetan plateau: Geophysical and petrological constraints on the kinetics of lower-crustal eclogitization
G Hetényi, R Cattin, F Brunet, L Bollinger, J Vergne, JL Nábělek, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 264 (1-2), 226-244, 2007
Spectral analysis of seismic noise induced by rivers: A new tool to monitor spatiotemporal changes in stream hydrodynamics
A Burtin, L Bollinger, J Vergne, R Cattin, JL Nábělek
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B5), 2008
Earthquake-induced changes in a hydrothermal system on the Juan de Fuca mid-ocean ridge
HP Johnson, M Hutnak, RP Dziak, CG Fox, I Urcuyo, JP Cowen, ...
Nature 407 (6801), 174-177, 2000
A focused look at the Alpine fault, New Zealand: Seismicity, focal mechanisms, and stress observations
B Leitner, D Eberhart‐Phillips, H Anderson, JL Nabelek
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B2), 2193-2220, 2001
Earthquakes, gravity, and the origin of the Bali Basin: an example of a nascent continental fold‐and‐thrust belt
R McCaffrey, J Nabelek
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 92 (B1), 441-460, 1987
Seismogenic strike‐slip faulting and the development of the North China Basin
WP Chen, J Nábelek
Tectonics 7 (5), 975-989, 1988
The Tangshan earthquake sequence and its implications for the evolution of the North China basin
J Nábělek, WP Chen, H Ye
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 92 (B12), 12615-12628, 1987
Present-day deformation of the Qaidam basin with implications for intra-continental tectonics
WP Chen, CY Chen, JL Nábelek
Tectonophysics 305 (1-3), 165-181, 1999
Geometry and mechanism of faulting of the 1980 El Asnam, Algeria, earthquake from inversion of teleseismic body waves and comparison with field observations
J Nábělek
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 90 (B14), 12713-12728, 1985
Seismic velocities in Southern Tibet lower crust: a receiver function approach for eclogite detection
G Wittlinger, V Farra, G Hetényi, J Vergne, J Nábělek
Geophysical Journal International 177 (3), 1037-1049, 2009
The effective elastic thickness of the India Plate from receiver function imaging, gravity anomalies and thermomechanical modelling
G Hetényi, R Cattin, J Vergne, JL Nábělek
Geophysical Journal International 167 (3), 1106-1118, 2006
Moment‐tensor analysis using regional data: Application to the 25 March, 1993, Scotts Mills, Oregon, earthquake
J Nábělek, G Xia
Geophysical Research Letters 22 (1), 13-16, 1995
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