Chung-Han Chan
Chung-Han Chan
Department of Earth Sciences, National Central University
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Response of seismicity to Coulomb stress triggers and shadows of the 1999 Mw = 7.6 Chi‐Chi, Taiwan, earthquake
KF Ma, CH Chan, RS Stein
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B5), 2005
How heterogeneous coseismic slip affects regional probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment: A case study in the South China Sea
L Li, AD Switzer, CH Chan, Y Wang, R Weiss, Q Qiu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (8), 6250-6272, 2016
A modest 0.5-m rise in sea level will double the tsunami hazard in Macau
L Li, AD Switzer, Y Wang, CH Chan, Q Qiu, R Weiss
Science advances 4 (8), eaat1180, 2018
Spatial and temporal evolution of b-values before large earthquakes in Taiwan
CH Chan, YM Wu, TL Tseng, TL Lin, CC Chen
Tectonophysics 532, 215-222, 2012
Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment for Taiwan
YJ Wang, CH Chan, YT Lee, KF Ma, JBH Shyu, RJ Rau, CT Cheng
Stress evolution following the 1999 Chi-Chi, Taiwan, earthquake: consequences for afterslip, relaxation, aftershocks and departures from Omori decay
CH Chan, RS Stein
Geophysical Journal International 177 (1), 179-192, 2009
Fault slip and GPS velocities across the Shan Plateau define a curved southwestward crustal motion around the eastern Himalayan syntaxis
X Shi, Y Wang, K Sieh, R Weldon, L Feng, CH Chan, J Liu‐Zeng
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123 (3), 2502-2518, 2018
What caused the mysterious eighteenth century tsunami that struck the southwest Taiwan coast?
L Li, AD Switzer, Y Wang, R Weiss, Q Qiu, CH Chan, P Tapponnier
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (20), 8498-8506, 2015
New insights into the application of the Coulomb model in real-time
F Catalli, CH Chan
Geophysical Journal International 188 (2), 583-599, 2012
The preliminary study of the 4 March 2010 Mw 6.3 Jiasian, Taiwan earthquake sequence
HH Huang, W Yih-Min, L Ting-Li, C Wei-An, JBH Shyu, C Chung-Han, ...
TAO: Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 22 (3), 2, 2011
The 2015 M w 6.0 Mt. Kinabalu earthquake: an infrequent fault rupture within the Crocker fault system of East Malaysia
Y Wang, S Wei, X Wang, EO Lindsey, F Tongkul, P Tapponnier, K Bradley, ...
Geoscience Letters 4 (1), 1-12, 2017
A study of earthquake inter-occurrence times distribution models in Taiwan
CH Chen, JP Wang, YM Wu, CH Chan, CH Chang
Natural hazards 69, 1335-1350, 2013
Revised earthquake sources along Manila trench for tsunami hazard assessment in the South China Sea
Q Qiu, L Li, YJ Hsu, Y Wang, CH Chan, AD Switzer
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 19 (7), 1565-1583, 2019
The distribution of annual maximum earthquake magnitude around Taiwan and its application in the estimation of catastrophic earthquake recurrence probability
JP Wang, CH Chan, YM Wu
Natural Hazards 59, 553-570, 2011
A seismicity burst following the 2010 M 6.4 Jiashian earthquake–implications for short-term seismic hazards in southern Taiwan
CH Chan, YM Wu
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 59, 231-239, 2012
Forecasting Italian seismicity through a spatio-temporal physical model: importance of considering time-dependency and reliability of the forecast
CH Chan, M Sørensen, D Stromeyer, G Grünthal, O Heidbach, ...
Annals of Geophysics 53 (3), 129-140, 2010
Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment for Taiwan: TEM PSHA2020
CH Chan, KF Ma, JBH Shyu, YT Lee, YJ Wang, JC Gao, YT Yen, RJ Rau
Earthquake Spectra 36 (1_suppl), 137-159, 2020
Stress field observation and modeling from the NanTroSEIZE scientific drillings in the Nankai Trough system, SW Japan
HY Wu, CH Chan, M Kinoshita, S Saito
Tectonophysics 600, 99-107, 2013
Coulomb stress perturbation after great earthquakes in the Sumatran subduction zone: Potential impacts in the surrounding region
Q Qiu, CH Chan
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 180, 103869, 2019
Possibility of forecasting aftershock distributions from stress change: A case study of inland Taiwan earthquakes
CH Chan, KF Ma
Terr. Atmos. Oceanic Sci 15 (3), 503-521, 2004
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