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by Li, DH and Ding, ZF and Wu, PP and Liang, MJ and Wu, P and Gu, QP and Rang, QQ
CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS-CHINESE EDITION, ISSN 0001-5733, 12/2019, Volume 62, Issue 12, pp. 4571 - 4587
The 2014 Ludian M(s)6.5 earthquake occurred in the Zhaotong and Lianfeng fault zones on the southeastern margin of the Daliangshan secondary block in the eastward-protruding transitional deformation zone of the Chuandian... 
SE TIBET | DENSITY STRUCTURE | AMBIENT SEISMIC NOISE | Ludian M(s)6.5 earthquake | TIBETAN PLATEAU | Velocity structure | STABLE DOWNWARD CONTINUATION | ARRAY TOMOGRAPHY | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | UPPER-MANTLE | 2-STATION ANALYSIS | LARGE IGNEOUS PROVINCE | Zhaotong and Lianfeng fault zones | WAVE VELOCITY STRUCTURE | Apparent density-Apparent magnetization inversion
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by Xu, T and Zhang, MH and Tian, XB and Zheng, Y and Bai, ZM and Wu, CL and Zhang, ZJ and Teng, JW
CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS-CHINESE EDITION, ISSN 0001-5733, 09/2014, Volume 57, Issue 9, pp. 3069 - 3079
On August 3, 2014, an M(s)6.5 earthquake occurred in Ludian County, Yunnan. The. Ludian earthquake ruptured along the NE-oriented Zhaotong - Lianfeng fault zone, western margin of the Yangtze block... 
First-arrival seismic tomography | Active seismic source | EMEISHAN FLOOD BASALTS | Upper crust velocity structure | Xiaojiang fault | TIBETAN PLATEAU | WESTERN YUNNAN | Zhaotong-Lianfeng fault | Ludian earthquake | SOUTHWESTERN CHINA | GEOLOGICAL MODELS | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | UPPER-MANTLE | Finite-difference method | LARGE IGNEOUS PROVINCE | DEPENDENT EIKONAL EQUATION | 1ST-ARRIVAL TRAVEL-TIMES | IRREGULAR SURFACE
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