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Bletery Q., Sladen A., Jiang J., Simons M..  2016.  A Bayesian source model for the 2004 great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 121:5116-5135.
Jiang J.L, Lapusta N..  2016.  Deeper penetration of large earthquakes on seismically quiescent faults. Science. 352:1293-1297.
Hirakawa E., Ma S..  2016.  Dynamic fault weakening and strengthening by gouge compaction and dilatancy in a fluid-saturated fault zone. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 121:5988-6008.
Mai P.M, Schorlemmer D., Page M., Ampuero J.P, Asano K., Causse M., Custodio S., Fan W.Y, Festa G., Galis M. et al..  2016.  The Earthquake-Source Inversion Validation (SIV) Project. Seismological Research Letters. 87:690-708.
Damsgaard A., Egholm D.L, Beem L.H, Tulaczyk S., Larsen N.K, Piotrowski J.A, Siegfried M.R.  2016.  Ice flow dynamics forced by water pressure variations in subglacial granular beds. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:12165-12173.
Qiu Q., Hill E.M, Barbot S., Hubbard J., Feng W.P, Lindsey EO, Feng L.J, Dai K.R, Samsonov S.V, Tapponnier P..  2016.  The mechanism of partial rupture of a locked megathrust: The role of fault morphology. Geology. 44:875-878.
Fan W.Y, Shearer PM, Ji C., Bassett D..  2016.  Multiple branching rupture of the 2009 Tonga-Samoa earthquake. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 121:5809-5827.
Jiang J.L, Simons M..  2016.  Probabilistic imaging of tsunamigenic seafloor deformation during the 2011 Tohoku-oki Earthquake. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 121:9050-9076.
Crowell BW, Bock Y, Liu Z.  2016.  Single-station automated detection of transient deformation in GPS time series with the relative strength index: A case study of Cascadian slow slip. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 121:9077-9094.
Mai P.M, Shearer P., Ampuero J.P, Lay T..  2016.  Standards for documenting finite-fault earthquake rupture models. Seismological Research Letters. 87:712-U292.
Mitchell EK, Fialko Y, Brown KM.  2016.  Velocity-weakening behavior of Westerly granite at temperature up to 600 degrees C. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 121:6932-6946.