Dr. Yuning Fu
Dr. Yuning Fu
Assistant Professor in Geophysics, Bowling Green State University
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Seasonal and long‐term vertical deformation in the Nepal Himalaya constrained by GPS and GRACE measurements
Y Fu, JT Freymueller
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B3), 2012
1622012
Seasonal variation in total water storage in California inferred from GPS observations of vertical land motion
DF Argus, Y Fu, FW Landerer
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (6), 1971-1980, 2014
1272014
Seasonal hydrological loading in southern Alaska observed by GPS and GRACE
Y Fu, JT Freymueller, T Jensen
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (15), 2012
942012
GPS as an independent measurement to estimate terrestrial water storage variations in Washington and Oregon
Y Fu, DF Argus, FW Landerer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120 (1), 552-566, 2015
712015
The 2014 Mw 6.1 South Napa Earthquake: A Unilateral Rupture with Shallow Asperity and Rapid Afterslip
S Wei, S Barbot, R Graves, JJ Lienkaemper, T Wang, K Hudnut, Y Fu, ...
Seismological Research Letters 86 (2A), 344-354, 2015
652015
Horizontal motion in elastic response to seasonal loading of rain water in the Amazon Basin and monsoon water in Southeast Asia observed by GPS and inferred from GRACE
Y Fu, DF Argus, JT Freymueller, MB Heflin
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (23), 6048-6053, 2013
552013
Repeated large slow slip events at the southcentral Alaska subduction zone
Y Fu, JT Freymueller
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 375, 303-311, 2013
502013
Seasonal water storage, stress modulation, and California seismicity
CW Johnson, Y Fu, R Bürgmann
Science 356 (6343), 1161-1164, 2017
472017
The effect of using inconsistent ocean tidal loading models on GPS coordinate solutions
Y Fu, JT Freymueller, T van Dam
Journal of Geodesy 86 (6), 409-421, 2012
472012
Sustained water loss in California's mountain ranges during severe drought from 2012 to 2015 inferred from GPS
DF Argus, FW Landerer, DN Wiese, HR Martens, Y Fu, JS Famiglietti, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (12), 10,559-10,585, 2017
332017
Stress models of the annual hydrospheric, atmospheric, thermal, and tidal loading cycles on California faults: Perturbation of background stress and changes in seismicity
CW Johnson, Y Fu, R Bürgmann
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (12), 10,605-10,625, 2017
192017
Spatiotemporal variations of the slow slip event between 2008 and 2013 in the southcentral Alaska subduction zone
Y Fu, Z Liu, JT Freymueller
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16 (7), 2450-2461, 2015
192015
Tracking the weight of Hurricane Harvey’s stormwater using GPS data
C Milliner, K Materna, R Bürgmann, Y Fu, AW Moore, D Bekaert, ...
Science Advances 4 (9), eaau2477, 2018
162018
Hydrospheric modulation of stress and seismicity on shallow faults in southern Alaska
CW Johnson, Y Fu, R Bürgmann
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 530, 115904, 2020
42020
Week‐Long and Year‐Long Slow Slip and Tectonic Tremor Episodes on the South Central Alaska Megathrust
B Rousset, Y Fu, N Bartlow, R Bürgmann
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124 (12), 13392-13403, 2019
32019
Characterization of slip pulses within the upper Cook Inlet 2008-2013 slow slip event in Alaska
B Rousset, Y Fu, R Burgmann
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2018
22018
Earth’s Subdecadal Angular Momentum Balance from Deformation and Rotation Data
A Watkins, Y Fu, R Gross
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-7, 2018
22018
Linking oceanic tsunamis and geodetic gravity changes of large earthquakes
Y Fu, YT Song, RS Gross
Pure and Applied Geophysics 174 (8), 3029-3041, 2017
22017
How Rapidly is the Tibetan Plateau Rising, and What Fraction of that is Tectonic?
JT Freymueller, Y Fu, Q Wang, S Yang, C Xu, G Chen
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2010
22010
Water storage variations in Washington, Oregon and California inferred from GPS observation of loading deformation
Y Fu, DF Argus, FW Landerer, DN Wiese, MM Watkins
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2014
12014
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