Geoffrey C.P. King
Geoffrey C.P. King
Professor Institut de Physique du Globe Paris. Professor Dept Archaeology, University of York, UK
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TitleCited byYear
Towards a paleogeography and tectonic evolution of Iran
M Berberian, GCP King
Canadian journal of earth sciences 18 (2), 210-265, 1981
20391981
Static stress changes and the triggering of earthquakes
GCP King, RS Stein, J Lin
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (3), 935-953, 1994
19581994
Quaternary evolution of the Corinth Rift and its implications for the Late Cenozoic evolution of the Aegean
R Armijo, B Meyer, GCP King, A Rigo, D Papanastassiou
Geophysical Journal International 126 (1), 11-53, 1996
6621996
Change in failure stress on the southern San Andreas fault system caused by the 1992 magnitude= 7.4 Landers earthquake
RS Stein, GCP King, J Lin
Science 258 (5086), 1328-1332, 1992
5661992
The kinematics of gouge deformation
C Sammis, G King, R Biegel
Pure and Applied Geophysics 125 (5), 777-812, 1987
4951987
The accommodation of large strains in the upper lithosphere of the earth and other solids by self-similar fault systems: the geometrical origin of b-value
G King
Pure and Applied Geophysics 121 (5-6), 761-815, 1983
4591983
Seismicity, normal faulting, and the geomorphological development of the Gulf of Corinth (Greece): the Corinth earthquakes of February and March 1981
JA Jackson, J Gagnepain, G Houseman, GCP King, P Papadimitriou, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 57 (2), 377-397, 1982
4281982
Hydrological signatures of earthquake strain
R Muir‐Wood, GCP King
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B12), 22035-22068, 1993
4091993
Role of fault bends in the initiation and termination of earthquake rupture
G King, J Nábělek
Science 228 (4702), 984-987, 1985
3861985
Stress triggering of the 1994 M= 6.7 Northridge, California, earthquake by its predecessors
RS Stein, GCP King, J Lin
Science 265 (5177), 1432-1435, 1994
3561994
Asymmetric slip partitioning in the Sea of Marmara pull‐apart: A clue to propagation processes of the North Anatolian fault?
R Armijo, B Meyer, S Navarro, G King, A Barka
Terra Nova 14 (2), 80-86, 2002
3382002
The growth of geological structures by repeated earthquakes 1. Conceptual framework
GCP King, RS Stein, JB Rundle
Journal of Geophysical research: solid Earth 93 (B11), 13307-13318, 1988
3291988
Carbon isotopic evidence for the emergence of C4 plants in the Neogene from Pakistan and Kenya
ME Morgan, JD Kingston, BD Marino
Nature 367 (6459), 162, 1994
2971994
Evidence of nonlinear elasticity of the crust from the Mw7. 6 Manyi (Tibet) earthquake
G Peltzer, F Crampé, G King
Science 286 (5438), 272-276, 1999
2931999
Fault interaction by elastic stress changes: New clues from earthquake sequences
GCP King, M Cocco
Advances in Geophysics 44, 1-VIII, 2001
2912001
Seismic hazard in the Marmara Sea region following the 17 August 1999 Izmit earthquake
A Hubert-Ferrari, A Barka, E Jacques, SS Nalbant, B Meyer, R Armijo, ...
Nature 404 (6775), 269, 2000
2812000
Speculations on the geometry of the initiation and termination processes of earthquake rupture and its relation to morphology and geological structure
GCP King
Pure and applied geophysics 124 (3), 567-585, 1986
2681986
Stress coupling between earthquakes in northwest Turkey and the north Aegean Sea
SS Nalbant, A Hubert, GCP King
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B10), 24469-24486, 1998
2671998
Seismic potential revealed by surface folding: 1983 Coalinga, California, earthquake
RS Stein, GCP King
Science 224 (4651), 869-872, 1984
2481984
The growth of geological structures by repeated earthquakes 2. Field examples of continental dip‐slip faults
RS Stein, GCP King, JB Rundle
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 93 (B11), 13319-13331, 1988
2431988
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