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2019
Fredrickson E.K, Wilcock W.SD, Schmidt D.A, MacCready P., Roland E., Kurapov A.L, Zumberge M.A, Sasagawa G.S.  2019.  Optimizing sensor configurations for the detection of slow-slip earthquakes in seafloor pressure records, using the Cascadia Subduction Zone as a case study.
Klein E., Bock Y, Xu X.H, Sandwell DT, Golriz D., Fang P., Su L.N.  2019.  Transient deformation in California from two decades of GPS displacements: Implications for a three-dimensional kinematic reference frame. 124:12189-12223.
2018
Martinez-Loriente S., Gracia E., Bartolome R., Perea H., Klaeschen D., Danobeitia J.J, Zitellini N., Wynn R.B, Masson D.G.  2018.  Morphostructure, tectono-sedimentary evolution and seismic potential of the Horseshoe Fault, SW Iberian Margin. Basin Research. 30:382-400.
2015
Trugman D.T, Wu C.Q, Guyer R.A, Johnson P.A.  2015.  Synchronous low frequency earthquakes and implications for deep San Andreas Fault slip. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 424:132-139.
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