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20. #Cheng, Z., Tan, Y.J., Zhang, F., Zhou, P., Lin, J., Tian, J., Zhang, X., and Zha, C., An efficient transfer-learning-based OBS seismic phase picker (OBSPD) trained on Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake dataset, submitted.

19. ^Zhang, Z., Tan, Y.J., Walter, F., He, S., Chmiel, M., and Su, J., Landslide-dammed lakes: triggered earthquakes, loud breaches, and quiet catastrophic floods, submitted. 


18. #Song, Z., Tan, Y.J., and Roman, D.C., Deep long-period earthquakes at Akutan Volcano from 2005-2017 better track magma influxes than volcano-tectonic earthquakes, Geophysical Research Letters, 50, e2022GL101987. [PDF]


17. Chiaraluce, L., Michele, M., Waldhauser, F., Tan, Y.J., Hermann, M. et al., A comprehensive suite of earthquake catalogues for the 2016-2017 Central Italy seismic sequence, Scientific Data, 9, 710[PDF]

16. ^Zhu, G., Yang, H., Tan, Y.J., Jin, M., Li, X., and Yang, W., The cascading foreshock sequence of the Ms 6.4 Yangbi earthquake in Yunnan, China, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 591, 117594. [PDF]

15. #Barkat, A., Javed, F., Tan, Y.J., Ali, A., Javed, M.T., Ahmad, N., Awais, M., Shah, M.A., and Iqbal, T. (2022), 2019 Mw 5.9 Mirpur, Pakistan earthquake: Insights from integrating geodetic, seismic, and field observations, Seismological Research Letters, 93(4), 2015-2026. [PDF]


14. Zhou, P., Ellsworth, W.L., Yang, H., Tan, Y.J., Beroza, G.C., and Chu, R. (2021), Machine-learning-facilitated earthquake and anthropogenic source detections near the Weiyuan Shale Gas Blocks, Sichuan, China, Earth and Planetary Physics, 5(6), 501-519. [PDF]

13. Tan, Y.J., Waldhauser, F., Ellsworth, W.L., Zhang, M., Zhu, W., Michele, M., Chiaraluce, L., Beroza, G.C., and Segou, M. (2021), Machine-learning-based high-resolution earthquake catalog reveals how complex fault structures were activated during the 2016-2017 central Italy sequence, The Seismic Record, 1(1), 11-19. [PDF]                                                                                                                                         Highlighted by: SSA Most Downloaded Paper in 2021Seismological Society of America


12. Tan, Y.J. and Marsan, D. (2020), Connecting a broad spectrum of transient slip on the San Andreas fault, Science Advances, 6, eabb2489. [PDF]                                                                                           Highlighted by: CUHK, 大公報

11. Waldhauser, F., Wilcock, W.S.D., Tolstoy, M., Baillard, C., Tan, Y.J., and Schaff, D.P. (2020), Precision seismic monitoring and analysis at Axial Seamount using a real-time double-difference system, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 125, e2019JB018796. [PDF]

10. Marsan, D. and Tan, Y.J. (2020), Maximum earthquake size and seismicity rate from an ETAS model with slip budget, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 110(2), 874-885. [PDF]


9. Scholz, C.H., Tan, Y.J., and Albino, F. (2019), The mechanism of tidal triggering of earthquakes at mid-ocean ridges, Nature Communications, 10(1), 2526. [PDF] [Talk]                                                                 Highlighted by: Columbia University, Bristol University, ScienceDaily,, IFLScience

8. Yuan, B., Tan, Y.J., Mudunuru, M.K., Marcillo, O.E., Delorey, A.A., Roberts, P.M., Webster, J.D., Gammans, C.N.L., Karra, S., Guthrie, G.D., and Johnson, P.A. (2019), Using machine learning to discern eruption in noisy environments: A case study using CO2-driven cold-water geyser in Chimayó, New Mexico, Seismological Research Letters, 90(2A), 591-603. [PDF]

7. Tan, Y.J., Waldhauser, F., Tolstoy, M., and Wilcock, W.S.D. (2019), Axial Seamount: Periodic tidal loading reveals stress dependence of the earthquake size distribution (b value), Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 512, 39-45. [PDF][Corrigendum][Talk]


6. Tolstoy, M., Wilcock, W.S.D., Tan, Y.J., and Waldhauser, F. (2018), A tale of two eruptions: How data from Axial Seamount led to a discovery on the East Pacific Rise, Oceanography, 31(1), 124-126. [PDF]

5. Wilcock, W.S.D., Dziak, R.P., Tolstoy, M., Chadwick, W.W., Nooner, S.L., Bohnenstiehl, D.R., Caplan-Auerbach, J., Waldhauser, F., Arnulf, A., Baillard, C., Lau, T., Haxel, J.H., Tan, Y.J., Garcia, C., Levy, S., Mann, M.E. (2018), The recent volcanic history of Axial Seamount: Geophysical insights into past eruption dynamics with an eye toward enhanced observations of future eruptions, Oceanography, 31(1), 114-123. [PDF]

4. Tan, Y.J., Tolstoy, M., Waldhauser, F., and Bohnenstiehl, D.R. (2018), Tidal triggering of microearthquakes over an eruption cycle at 9°50’N East Pacific Rise, Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 1825–1831. [PDF]

3. Tan, Y.J. and Maharjan, R. (2018), What googling trends tell us about public interest in earthquakes, Seismological Research Letters, 89(2A), 653–657. [PDF]


2. Wilcock, W.S.D., Tolstoy, M., Walhauser, F., Garcia, C., Tan, Y.J., Bohnenstiehl, D.R., Caplan-Auerbach, J., Dziak, R.P., Arnulf, A.F., and Mann, M.E. (2016), Seismic constraints on caldera dynamics from the 2015 Axial Seamount eruption, Science, 354(6318), 1395-1399. [PDF]                            Highlighted by: National Geographic, NSFScience, University of Washington

1. Tan, Y.J., Tolstoy, M., Waldhauser, F., and Wilcock, W.S.D. (2016), Dynamics of a seafloor spreading episode at the East Pacific Rise, Nature, 540, 261-265. [PDF]                                                                Highlighted by: Columbia University,, ScienceDaily, Yahoo!News, EurekAlert!, Wikipedia