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REFEREED PUBLICATIONS- C. A. Langston


1. Langston, C.A. and D.V. Helmberger. Interpretation of body and Rayleigh waves from NTS to Tucson. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 64:1919-1929 (1974).

2. Langston, C.A. and D.V. Helmberger. A procedure for modeling shallow dislocation sources. Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc., 42:117-130 (1975).

3. Langston, C.A. A body wave inversion of the Koyna, India, earthquake of December 10, 1967, and some implications for body wave focal mechanisms. Jour. Geophys. Res., 81:2517-2529 (1976).

4. Langston, C.A. and R. Butler. Focal mechanism of the August 1, 1975, Oroville earthquake. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 66:1111-1120 (1976).

5. Langston, C.A. Body wave synthesis for shallow earthquake sources: inversion for source and earth structure parameters, Ph.D. thesis, California Institute of Technology, 214 pages (1976).

6. Langston, C.A. Corvallis, Oregon, crustal and upper mantle receiver structure from teleseismic P and S waves. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 67:713-724 (1977).

7. Langston, C.A. and D.E. Blum. The April 20, 1965, Puget Sound earthquake and the crustal and upper mantle structure of western Washington. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 67:693-712 (1977).

8. Burdick, L.J. and C.A. Langston. Modeling crustal structure through the the use of converted phases in teleseismic body waveforms. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 67:677-692 (1977).

9. Langston, C.A. The effect of planar dipping structure on source and receiver responses for constant ray parameter. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 67:1029-1050 (1977).

10. Langston, C.A. The February 9, 1971, San Fernando earthuake: a study of source finiteness in teleseismic body waves. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 68:1-30 (1978).

11. Langston, C.A. Moments, corner frequencies, and the free surface. Jour. Geophys. Res., 83:3422-3426 (1978).

12. Langston, C.A. A single-station fault-plane solution method. Geophys. Res. Letters., 6:41-44 (1979).

13. Langston, C.A. Structure under Mount Rainier, Washington, inferred from teleseismic body waves. Jour. Geophys. Res., 84:4749-4762 (1979).

14. Langston, C.A. A note on spectral nulls in Rayleigh waves. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 70:1411-1414 (1980).

15. Langston, C.A. and J.M. Dermengian. "Comment on 'Seismotectonic aspects of the Markansu Valley, Tadjikstan, earthquake of August 11, 1974' by J. Jackson, P. Molnar, H. Patton, and T. Fitch." Jour. Geophys. Res., 86:1091-1093 (1981).

16. Langston, C.A. Source inversion of seismic waveforms: the Koyna, India, earthquakes of September 13, 1967. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 71:1-24 (1981).

17. Langston, C.A. Evidence for the subducting lithosphere under southern Vancouver Island and western Oregon from teleseismic P wave conversions. Jour. Geophys. Res., 86:3857-3866 (1981).

18. Langston, C.A. A study of Puget Sound strong motion. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 71:833-903 (1981).

19. Barker, J.S. and C.A. Langston. Inversion of teleseismic body waves for the moment tensor of the 1978 Thessaloniki, Greece, earthquake. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 71:1423-1444 (1981).

20. Langston, C.A. and C.M. Isaacs. A crustal thickness constraint for central Pennsylvania. Earthquake Notes, 52:13-22 (1981).

21. Barker, J.S. and C.A. Langston. Moment tensor inversion of complex earthquakes. Geophysical Journal, 68:777-803(1982).

22. Langston, C.A. Aspects of Pn and Pg propagation at regional distances. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 72:457-471 (1982).

23. Langston, C.A. Single station fault plane solutions. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 72:729-744 (1982).

24. Langston, C.A., J.S. Barker and G.B. Pavlin. Point source inversion techniques. Phys. Earth Planet Int., 30:228-241 (1982).

25. Herrmann, R.B., C.A. Langston, and J. Zollweg. The Sharpsburg, Kentucky earthquake of July 27, 1980. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 72:1219-1239 (1982).

26. Langston, C.A. Comments on "The corner frequency shift, earthquake source models, and Q, by T.C. Hanks". Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 72:1427-1432 (1982).

27. Langston, C.A., and W.A. Arnold. Moment tensor inversions and dipping slabs. Geophysical Research Letters, 9:1290-1293 (1982).

28. Pavlin, G.B. and C.A. Langston. Source depth determination using multi-modal Rayleigh spectral ratios and linear discriminant analysis: a study of the reservoir-induced seismic sequence at Lake Kariba, Africa (Sept. 1963-Aug. 1974). Bull Seis. Soc. Am., 73:59-82 (1983).

29. Langston, C.A. Kinematic analysis of strong motion P and SV waves from the Sterling event. Jour. Geophys. Res., 88:3486-3497 (1983).

30. Barker, J.S., and C.A. Langston. A teleseismic body-wave analysis of the May 1980 Mammoth Lakes, California, earthquakes. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 73:419-434 (1983).

31. Pavlin, G.B. and C.A. Langston. An integrated study of reservoir-induced seismicity and Landsat Imagery at Lake Kariba, Africa. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 49:513-525 (1983).

32. Lee, Jia-Ju and C.A. Langston. Three-dimensional ray tracing and the method of principal curvature for geometric spreading. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 73:765-780(1983).

33. Pavlin, G.B. and C.A. Langston. Source parameter inversion of a reservoir-induced seismic sequence: Lake Kariba, Africa (September, 1963). Geophysical Journal, 74:819-842 (1983).

34. Lee, Jia-Ju, and C.A. Langston. Wave propagation in a three-dimensional circular basin. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 73:1637-1654 (1983).

35. Langston, C.A. and J-J. Lee. Effect of structure geometry on strong ground motions: The Duwamish River Valley, Seattle, Washington. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 73:1851-1864 (1983).

36. Johnston, D.E. and C.A. Langston, The effect of assumed source structure on inversion of earthquake source parameters: the eastern Hispaniola earthquake of 14 September 1981. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 74:2115-2134 (1984).

37. Hebert, L. and C.A. Langston, Crustal thickness estimate at AAE (Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia) and NAI (Nairobi, Kenya) using teleseismic P-wave conversions. Tectonophysics, 111:299-327 (1985).

38. Baag, C.E. and C.A. Langston, Shear-coupled PL. Geophys. J. astr. Soc., 80:363-385 (1985).

39. Baag, C.E. and C.A. Langston, A WKBJ spectral method for computation of SV synthetic seismograms in a cylindrically symmetric medium. Geophys. J.R. astr. Soc., 80:387-417 (1985).

40. Langston, C.A. and M. Franco-Spera, Modeling of the Koyna, India, aftershock of 12 December 1967. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 75:651-660 (1985).

41. Burger, R.W. and C.A. Langston, Source mechanism of the May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens eruption from regional surface waves. Jour. Geophys. Res., 90:7653-7665 (1985).

42. Langston, C.A. and C.E. Baag, The validity of ray theory approximations for the computation of teleseismic SV waves. Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 75:1719-1728 (1985).

43. Baag, C.-E., and C.A. Langston, Diffracted Sp generated under the Australian Shield. Jour. Geophys. Res., 91:9507-9516 (1986).

44. Baker, G.E. and C.A. Langston, Source parameters of the magnitude 7.1, 1949, South Puget Sound, Washington earthquake determined from long-period body waves and strong ground motions, Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 77:1530-1557 (1987).

45. Vogfjord, K.S. and C.A. Langston, The Meckering Earthquake of October 14, 1968: A possible downward propagating rupture, Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 77:1558-1578 (1987).

46. Varadan, V.K., A. Lakhtakia, V.V. Varadan and C.A. Langston, Radiation characteristics of elastodynamic line sources buried in layered media with periodic interfaces. I - SH wave analysis, Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 77:2181-2191 (1987).

47. Varadan, V.K., A. Lakhtakia, V.V. Varadan and C.A. Langston, Radiation characteristics of elastodynamic line sources buried in layered media with periodic interfaces. II - P and SV wave analysis, Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 77:2192-2211 (1987).

48. Langston, C.A., Depth of faulting during the 1968 Meckering, Australia, earthquake sequence determined from wave form analysis of local seismograms, Jour. Geophys. Res., 92:11,561-11,574 (1987).

49. Wagner, G.S., and C.A. Langston, East African earthquake body wave inversion with implications for continental structure and deformation, Geophys. J. R. astr Soc., 94:503-518(1988).

50. Kiratzi, A.A., and C.A. Langston, Estimation of earthquake source parameters of the May 4, 1972 event of the Hellenic arc by the inversion of waveform data, Phys. Earth Plan. Int., 57:225-232(1989).

51. Langston, C.A., Scattering of teleseismic body waves under Pasadena, California, Jour. Geophys. Res., 94:1935-1951 (1989).

52. Langston, C.A., Scattering of long-period Rayleigh waves in Western NorthAmerica, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 79,:774-789(1989).

53. Wagner, G.S. and C.A. Langston, Some pitfalls and trade-offs in source parameter determination using body wave inversion and modeling, Tectonophysics, 166:101-114(1989).

54. Clouser, R.H. and C.A. Langston, Upper mantle structure of Southern Africa from Pnl waves, Jour. Geophysical Res, 95:17,403-17,415(1990).

55. Williams, D.E. and C.A. Langston, Observational test for wave propagation effects in local earthquake seismograms, Seismological Research Letters., 61:109-116(1990).

56. Furlong, K.P., and C.A. Langston, Geodynamic aspects of the Loma Prieta earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters., 17:1457-1460(1990).

57. Langston, C.A., K.P. Furlong, K.S. Vogfjord, R.H. Clouser and C.J. Ammon, Analysis of teleseismic body waves radiated from the Loma Prieta earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters., 17:1405-1408(1990).

58. Vogfjord, K.S., and C.A. Langston, Analysis of regional events recorded at NORESS, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 80:2016-2031(1990).

59. Langston, C.A., and C.J. Ammon, Scattering of teleseismic body waves along the Hayward-Calaveras fault system, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am, 81:576-591(1991).

60. Kiratzi, A.A., and C.A. Langston, Moment tensor inversion of the 1983 January 17 Kefallinia event of Ionian Islands (Greece), Geophys. Jour. Int., 105:529-536(1991).

61. Clouser, R.H., and C.A. Langston, Qp-Qs relations in a sedimentary basin using converted phases, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 81:733-750(1991).

62. Langston, C.A., Wave propagation theory and synthetic seismograms, Reviews of Geophysics, Supplement, U.S. National report to international union of geodesy and geophysics 1987-1990, 662-670, (April 1991).

63. Langston, C.A., Presidential Address - A fundamental earthquake problem, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 81: 2516-2519 (1991).

64. Kiratzi, A.A., G.S. Wagner, and C.A. Langston, Source parameters of some large earthquakes in northern Aegean determined by body waveform inversion, PAGEOPH, 135: 515-527 (1991).

65. Wagner, G. S. and C. A. Langston, A numerical investigation of scattering effects for teleseismic plane wave propagation in a heterogeneous layer over a homogeneous halfspace, Geophys. J. Int., 110, 486-500 (1992).

66. Wagner, G. S. and C. A. Langston, Body-to-surface wave scattered energy in teleseismic coda observed at the NORESS seismic array, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 82, 2126-2138 (1992).

67. Langston, C.A., An integrated study of crustal structure and regional wave propagation for southeastern Missouri, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 84, 105-118 (1994).

68. Zhang, Jie, and C.A. Langston, Dipping structure under Dourbes, Belgium, determined by receiver function modeling and inversion, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 85, 254-268.

69. Nyblade, A.A., and C.A. Langston, East African earthquakes below 20km depth and their implications for crustal structure, Geophys. J. Int., 121, 49-62 (1995).

70. Clouser, Robert H., and C.A. Langston, Modeling observered P-Rg conversions from isolated topographic features near the NORESS array, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 85, 859-873 (1995).

71. Langston, C. A., Anatomy of regional phases and source characterization of the Soviet Joint Verification Experiment, underground nuclear explosion, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 85, 1416-1431 (1995).

72. Zhang, J., and C. A. Langston, Constraints on oceanic lithosphere structure from deep-focus regional reciever function inversions, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 22,187-22,196 (1995).

73. Clouser, R. H., and C. A. Langston, Effect of sinusoidal interfaces on teleseismic P wave receiver functions, Geophys. Jour. Int., 123, 541- (1995).

74. Langston, C. A., The SsPmp phase in regional wave propagation, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 86, 133-143 (1996).

75. Zhang, J., and C.A. Langston, Array observations of the Shear-Coupled PL wave, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 86, 538-543 (1996).

76. Hammer, J.K., and C.A. Langston, Modeling the effect of San Andreas fault structure on receiver functions using elastic 3D finite difference, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 86, 1608-1622 (1996).

77. Vogfjord, K.S., and C.A. Langston, Characteristics of short-period wave propagation in regions of Fennoscandia, with emphasis on Lg, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 86, 1873-1895 (1996).

78. Nyblade, A.A., K.S. Vogfjord, and C.A. Langston, P wave velocity of Proterozoic upper mantle beneath central and southern Africa, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 11,159-11,172 (1996).

79. Zhao, M., C.A. Langston, and A.A. Nyblade, Lower crustal rifting in the Rukwa graben, East Africa, Geophys. J. Int., 129, 412-420 (1997).

80. Last, R. J., A. A. Nyblade, and C. A. Langston, Crustal structure of the East African plateau from receiver functions and Rayleigh wave phase velocities, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 24,469-24,483 (1997).

81. Langston, C. A., R. Brazier, A. A. Nyblade, and T. J. Owens (1998). Local magnitude scale and seismicity rate for Tanzania, East Africa, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 88, 712-721 (1998).

82. Ammon, C. J., R. B. Herrmann, C. A. Langston, H. Benz, Faulting parameters of the January 16, 1994 Wyomissing Hills, Pennsylvania Earthquakes, Seism. Res. Let., 69, 261-269 (1998).

83. Ritsema, J., A. A. Nyblade, T. J. Owens, C. A. Langston, and J. C. VanDecar, Upper mantle seismic velocity structure beneath Tanzania, East Africa: Implications for the stability of cratonic lithosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 21,201-21,213 (1998).

84. Knox, R., A. A. Nyblade, and C. A. Langston, Upper mantle S velocities beneath Afar and western Saudi Arabia from Rayleigh wave dispersion, Geophys. Res. Let., 25, 4233-4236 (1998).

85.  Nyblade, A.A., and C. A. Langston, Upper mantle P wave velocities beneath Southern Africa and the origin of the African superswell, Southern African Geophys. Rev., 2, 55-61 (1998).

86. Zhao, M., C. A. Langston, A. A. Nyblade, Upper mantle structure beneath southern Africa from modeling regional seismic data, Jour. Geophys. Res. , 104, 4783-4794 (1999).

87. Owens, T. J., A. A. Nyblade, H. Gurrola, C.A. Langston, Mantle transition zone structure beneath Tanzania, East Africa, Geophys. Res. Let., 27, 827-830 (2000).

88. Brazier, R. A., A. A. Nyblade, C. A. Langston, T. J. Owens, Pn wave velocities beneath the Tanzania craton and adjacent rifted mobile belts, East Africa, Geophys. Res. Let., 27, 2365-2368 (2000).

89. Nyblade, A. A., T. J. Owens, H. Gurrola, J. Ritsema, C. A. Langston, Seismic evidence for a deep upper mantle thermal anomaly beneath East Africa, Geology, 28, 599-602 (2000).

90. Hidayat, D., B. Voight, C. Langston, A. Ratdomopurbo, C. Ebeling, Broadband seismic experiment at Merapi volcano, Java, Indonesia: very-long-period pulses embedded in multiphase earthquakes, J. Volcan. Geotherm. Res., 100, 215-231 (2000).

91.  Langston, C.A., J. K. Hammer, The vertical component P-wave receiver function,  Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., v. 91, 1805-1819 (2001).

92.  Langston, C. A., A. A. Nyblade, and T. J. Owens, Regional wave propagation in Tanzania, East Africa, Jour. Geophys. Res., v107 (2002).
 


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