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Kelin Wang
Research Scientist, Geological Survey of Canada
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A silent slip event on the deeper Cascadia subduction interface
H Dragert, K Wang, TS James
Science 292 (5521), 1525-1528, 2001
10782001
Seismic consequences of warm versus cool subduction metamorphism: Examples from southwest and northeast Japan
SM Peacock, K Wang
Science 286 (5441), 937-939, 1999
9051999
Thermal constraints on the zone of major thrust earthquake failure: The Cascadia subduction zone
RD Hyndman, K Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B2), 2039-2060, 1993
6861993
The updip and downdip limits to great subduction earthquakes: Thermal and structural models of Cascadia, south Alaska, SW Japan, and Chile
DA Oleskevich, RD Hyndman, K Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B7), 14965-14991, 1999
6181999
Deformation cycles of subduction earthquakes in a viscoelastic Earth
K Wang, Y Hu, J He
Nature 484 (7394), 327-332, 2012
4942012
Accretionary prisms in subduction earthquake cycles: The theory of dynamic Coulomb wedge
K Wang, Y Hu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B6), 2006
4802006
Common depth of slab‐mantle decoupling: Reconciling diversity and uniformity of subduction zones
I Wada, K Wang
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 10 (10), 2009
4312009
The rupture zone of Cascadia great earthquakes from current deformation and the thermal regime
RD Hyndman, K Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B11), 22133-22154, 1995
4071995
Fault slip and seismic moment of the 1700 Cascadia earthquake inferred from Japanese tsunami descriptions
K Satake, K Wang, BF Atwater
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B11), 2003
3732003
Thermal constraints on the seismogenic portion of the southwestern Japan subduction thrust
RD Hyndman, K Wang, M Yamano
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B8), 15373-15392, 1995
3581995
A revised dislocation model of interseismic deformation of the Cascadia subduction zone
K Wang, R Wells, S Mazzotti, RD Hyndman, T Sagiya
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B1), 2003
3502003
Do subducting seamounts generate or stop large earthquakes?
K Wang, SL Bilek
Geology 39 (9), 819-822, 2011
3412011
Invited review paper: Fault creep caused by subduction of rough seafloor relief
K Wang, SL Bilek
Tectonophysics 610, 1-24, 2014
3022014
Prevalence of viscoelastic relaxation after the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake
T Sun, K Wang, T Iinuma, R Hino, J He, H Fujimoto, M Kido, Y Osada, ...
Nature 514 (7520), 84-87, 2014
2902014
Weakening of the subduction interface and its effects on surface heat flow, slab dehydration, and mantle wedge serpentinization
I Wada, K Wang, J He, RD Hyndman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B4), 2008
2522008
Case for very low coupling stress on the Cascadia Ssubduction Fault
K Wang, T Mulder, GC Rogers, RD Hyndman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B7), 12907-12918, 1995
2411995
Three‐dimensional dislocation model for great earthquakes of the Cascadia subduction zone
P Flück, RD Hyndman, K Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B9), 20539-20550, 1997
2371997
Predicting the 1975 Haicheng earthquake
K Wang, QF Chen, S Sun, A Wang
Bulletin of the seismological society of America 96 (3), 757-795, 2006
2312006
Current deformation and the width of the seismogenic zone of the northern Cascadia subduction thrust
H Dragert, RD Hyndman, GC Rogers, K Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B1), 653-668, 1994
2161994
Strength of stick-slip and creeping subduction megathrusts from heat flow observations
X Gao, K Wang
Science 345 (6200), 1038-1041, 2014
2152014
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