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Bodin, P. and R. Bilham, 3D geometry of the strain field at transform plate boundaries: Implications for seismic rupture , Geophys. Res. Letts., 21, 2523-2526, 1994.

Bodin, P. and J. Gomberg, Triggered seismicity and deformation between the Landers, California, and Little Skull Mountain, Nevada, earthquake, Bull. Seismo. Soc. Amer., 84, 835-843, 1994

Cashman, P. and Ellis, M., Fault interaction may generate multiple slip vectors on a single fault surface, Geology, 22, 1123-1126, 1994.

Densmore, A. D., Ellis, M. A., and Anderson, R. S., Landsliding and the evolution of normal-fault bounded mountains, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 15,203-15,220, 1998.

Ellis, M., A. Densmore, and R. Anderson, Development of mountainous topography in the Basin Ranges, USA, Basin Res., 11, 21-41, 1999.

Gomberg, J. and M. Ellis, Topography and tectonics of the central New Madrid seismic zone: Results of numerical experiments using a three-dimensional boundary-element program, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 20,299-20,310, 1994.

Kilb, D., Ellis, M., Gomberg, J., and Davis, S., On the origin of aftershocks following the 1989 Loma Prieta, California, earthquake, Geophys. J. Intl., 128, 557-570, 1997.

Leffler, L., Dixon, T., Stein, S., Lin, A., Ellis, M., Ocola, L. and Sacks, I. S. Constraints on present-day shortening rate across the central eastern Andes from GPS measurements, Geophys. Res. Letts., 1997.

Norabuena, E., Leffler-Griffin, L., Mao, A., Dixon, T., Stein, S., Sacks, I.S., Ocola, L., Ellis, M.A., Space geodetic observations of Nazca-South America convergence along the Central Andes, Science, 279, 358-362, 1998.

And some selected articles that use two-dimensional boundary-element programs to solve tectonic and seismotectonic issues:

Bilham, R. and King, G., The morphology of strike-slip faults: examples from the San Andreas fault, California, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 10204-10216, 1989.

Bilham R., and P. Bodin, Fault zone connectivity: slip rates on faults in the San Francisco Bay area, California, Science, 258, 281-284, 1992.

Bodin, P., and R. Bilham, Cumulative slip along the Peninsular section of the San Andreas fault, California, estimated from two-dimensional boundary-element models of historical rupture, in The Loma Prieta, California, Earthquake of October 17, 1989 - Tectonic Processes and Models, R. Simpson, Editor, USGS Prof. Paper 1550-F, 1994.

Ellis, M. and King, G. Structural control of flank volcanism in continental rifts, Science, v. 253, p. 839-842, 1991.

King, G. C. P. and Ellis, M. A. The origin of large local uplift in extensional regions. Nature, 348, 689-693, 1990.

King, G. C. P., Stein, R., and Lin, J., Static stress changes and the triggering of earthquakes, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 84, 935-953, 1994.

Stein, R. S., King, G. C. P., Lin, J., Change in failure stress on the southern San Andreas fault system caused by the 1992 magnitude = 7.4 Landers earthquake, Science, 258, 1328-1332, 1992.

Stein, R. S., A. A. Barka and J. H. Dieterich, Progressive failure on the North Anatolian fault since 1939 by earthquake stress triggering, Geophysical Journal International, 128, 594-604, 1996.


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