Charles Langston
Charles Langston
Professor of Seismology and Earth Structure, University of Memphis
Verified email at memphis.edu
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Structure under Mount Rainier, Washington, inferred from teleseismic body waves
CA Langston
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 84 (B9), 4749-4762, 1979
17071979
A procedure for modelling shallow dislocation sources
CA Langston, DV Helmberger
Geophysical Journal International 42 (1), 117-130, 1975
5291975
The effect of planar dipping structure on source and receiver responses for constant ray parameter
CA Langston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 67 (4), 1029-1050, 1977
3881977
Corvallis, Oregon, crustal and upper mantle receiver structure from teleseismic P and S waves
CA Langston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 67 (3), 713-724, 1977
3361977
Modeling crustal structure through the use of converted phases in teleseismic body-wave forms
LJ Burdick, CA Langston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 67 (3), 677-691, 1977
3011977
Source inversion of seismic waveforms: the Koyna, India, earthquakes of 13 September 1967
CA Langston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 71 (1), 1-24, 1981
2241981
Crustal structure in Ethiopia and Kenya from receiver function analysis: Implications for rift development in eastern Africa
MT Dugda, AA Nyblade, J Julia, CA Langston, CJ Ammon, S Simiyu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B1), 2005
2072005
Upper mantle seismic velocity structure beneath Tanzania, east Africa: Implications for the stability of cratonic lithosphere
J Ritsema, AA Nyblade, TJ Owens, CA Langston, JC VanDecar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B9), 21201-21213, 1998
1771998
Seismic evidence for a deep upper mantle thermal anomaly beneath east Africa
AA Nyblade, TJ Owens, H Gurrola, J Ritsema, CA Langston
Geology 28 (7), 599-602, 2000
1682000
A body wave inversion of the Koyna, India, earthquake of December 10, 1967, and some implications for body wave focal mechanisms
CA Langston
Journal of Geophysical Research 81 (14), 2517-2529, 1976
1331976
Crustal structure of the East African Plateau from receiver functions and Rayleigh wave phase velocities
RJ Last, AA Nyblade, CA Langston, TJ Owens
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B11), 24469-24483, 1997
1321997
East African earthquakes below 20 km depth and their implications for crustal structure
AA Nyblade, CA Langston
Geophysical Journal International 121 (1), 49-62, 1995
1221995
The February 9, 1971 San Fernando earthquake: a study of source finiteness in teleseismic body waves
CA Langston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 68 (1), 1-29, 1978
1221978
Evidence for the subducting lithosphere under southern Vancouver Island and western Oregon from teleseismic P wave conversions
CA Langston
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 86 (B5), 3857-3866, 1981
1201981
Automatic microseismic denoising and onset detection using the synchrosqueezed continuous wavelet transform
SM Mousavi, CA Langston, SP Horton
Geophysics 81 (4), V341-V355, 2016
1152016
Mantle transition zone structure beneath Tanzania, East Africa
TJ Owens, AA Nyblade, H Gurrola, CA Langston
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (6), 827-830, 2000
1122000
Seismic experiment reveals rifting of craton in Tanzania
AA Nyblade, CA Langston, RJ Last, C Birt, TJ Owens
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 77 (51), 517-521, 1996
1121996
Scattering of teleseismic body waves under Pasadena, California
CA Langston
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B2), 1935-1951, 1989
1061989
Depth of faulting during the 1968 Meckering, Australia, earthquake sequence determined from waveform analysis of local seismograms
CA Langston
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 92 (B11), 11561-11574, 1987
1011987
Joint analysis of teleseismic receiver functions and surface wave dispersion using the genetic algorithm
SJ Chang, CE Baag, CA Langston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 94 (2), 691-704, 2004
1002004
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