Kuo-En Ching
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Email:jingkuen@mail.ncku.edu.tw
Email2:kuenmiao@yahoo.com.tw
Phone:06-2757575 ext.63840
Fax:06-2375764
Education:Ph.D. Department of Earth Sciences, NCKU, Taiwan Sep. 2001 – Jan. 2008
B.S. Department of Earth Sciences, NCKU, Taiwan Sep. 1997 – Jun. 2001
Experience:Feb. 2016 – now Associate Professor Department of Geomatics, NCKU, Taiwan
Feb. 2011 – Jan. 2016 Assistant Professor Department of Geomatics, NCKU, Taiwan
Aug. 2010 – Jan. 2011 Postdoctoral fellow Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Aug. 2009 – Jul. 2010 Postdoctoral researcher Department of Geological Sciences, Indiana University, USA
Feb. 2008 – Jul. 2008 Postdoctoral researcher Department of Earth Sciences, NCKU, Taiwan
Expertise:1. Crustal Deformation
2. Earthquake Potential Estimation
3. Mud Diapirism
4. Semi-Dynamic Geodetic Datum
Teaching Project:1. Introduction to Geophysics
2. Geological disasters and their related geodetic technology
3. Application of Geodetic Techniques to Crustal Deformation
Site1:https://researchoutput.ncku.edu.tw/zh/persons/kuo-en-ching
個人介紹:
Dr. Kuo-En Ching works in the field of crustal deformation using geodetic observations, with researches mainly focus on earthquake-related deformation analysis, creeping fault, mud diapirism/mud volcano, seismic hazard assessment, volcanic deformation and construction of the semi-dynamic geodetic datum in Taiwan. His major study areas are Taiwan, Leyte in Philippines, Indian Himalaya, and Java in Indonesia. The geodetic data used in his studies include GNSS, precise leveling, traverse and InSAR. He obtained his Ph.D. in Crustal Deformation in Natioanl Cheng Kung University, Taiwan in 2007. He worked in Department of Earth Sciences, National Cheng Kung University for half a year as a Postdoctoral Fellow in 2008 before his military service. Next, he worked in Department of Geological Sciences, Indiana University, USA as a Postdoctoral Researcher during Aug. 2009-Jul. 2010. After he worked in Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan as a Postdoctoral Fellow during Aug. 2010-Jan. 2011, he accepted a Assistant Professor position at Department of Geomatics, National Cheng Kung University and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2016.


Publications:

A. SCI papers
  1. Huang, M.-H., J.-C. Hu, C.-S. Hsieh, K.-E. Ching, R.-J. Rau, E. Pathier, B. Fruneau, and B. Deffontaines (2006), A growing structure near the deformation front in SW Taiwan as deduced from SAR interferometry and geodetic observation, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L12305, doi:10.1029/2005GL025613 (SCI).
  2. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, and Y. Zeng (2007), Coseismic source model of the 2003 Mw 6.8 Chengkung earthquake, Taiwan, determined from GPS measurements, J. Geophys. Res., 112, B06422, doi:10.1029/2006JB004439 (SCI). 被獲選刊登至「成大研發快訊,第三卷,第二期,2008」
  3. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Lee, and J-C Hu (2007), Contemporary deformation of tectonic escape in SW Taiwan from GPS observations, 1995-2005, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 262, 601-619 (SCI). 被獲選刊登至「成大研發快訊,第六卷,第四期,2008」
  4. Rau, R.-J., K. H. Chen, and K.-E. Ching (2007), Repeating earthquakes and seismic potential along the northern Longitudinal Valley fault of eastern Taiwan, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L24301, doi:10.1029/2007GL031622 (SCI).
  5. Chen, Y.-G., Y.-T. Kuo, Y.-M. Wu, H.-L. Chen, C.-H. Chang, R.-Y. Chen, P.-W. Lo, K.-E. Ching, and J.-C. Lee (2007), New seismogenic source and deep structures revealed by the 1999 Chia-yi earthquake sequence in southwestern Taiwan, Geophys. J. Int., 172, 1049-1054 (SCI).
  6. Lee, Y.-H., G.-T. Chen, R.-J. Rau, and K.-E. Ching (2008), Coseismic displacement and tectonic implication of 1951 Longitudinal Valley earthquake sequence, eastern Taiwan, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B04305, doi:10.1029/2007JB005180 (SCI).
  7. Rau, R.-J., K.-E. Ching, J.-C. Hu, and J.-C. Lee (2008), Crustal deformation and block kinematics in transition from collision to subduction: GPS measurements in northern Taiwan, 1995-2005, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B09404, doi:10.1029/ 2007JB005414 (SCI).
  8. Huang, M.-H., J.-C. Hu, K.-E. Ching, R.-J. Rau, C.-S. Hsieh, E. Pathier, B. Fruneau, and B. Deffontaines (2009), Active deformation of Tainan Tableland of southwestern Taiwan based on geodetic measurements and SAR interferometry, Tectonophysics, 466, 322-334 (SCI).
  9. Hou, C.-S., J.-C. Hu, K.-E. Ching, Y.-G. Chen, C.-L. Chen, L.-W. Cheng, C.-L. Tang, S.-H. Huang, and C.-H. Lo (2009), The crustal deformation of the Ilan Plain acted as a westernmost extension of the Okinawa Trough, Tectonophysics, 466, 344-355 (SCI).
  10. Lin, K.-C., J.-C. Hu, K.-E. Ching, J. Angelier, R.-J. Rau, S.-B. Yu, C.-H. Tsai, T.-C. Shin, and M.-H. Huang (2010), GPS crustal deformation, strain rate and seismic activity after the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake in Taiwan, J. Geophys. Res.115, doi:10.1029/2009JB006417 (SCI).
  11. Ching, K.-E., K. M. Johnson, R.-J. Rau, R. Y. Chuang, L.-C. Kuo, and P.-L. Leu (2011), Inferred fault geometry and slip distribution of the 2010 Jiashian, Taiwan, earthquake is consistent with a thick-skinned deformation model, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 301, 78-86 (SCI).
  12. Chen, K.-H., M. Yang, Y.-T. Huang, K.-E. Ching, and R.-J. Rau (2011), Vertical displacement rate field of Taiwan from geodetic levelling data 2000-2008, Surv. Rev., 43, 296-302 (SCI).
  13. Ching, K.-E., M.-L. Hsieh, K. M. Johnson, K.-H. Chen, R.-J. Rau, and M. Yang (2011), Modern vertical deformation rates and mountain building in Taiwan from precise leveling measurements and continuous GPS observations, 2000-2008, J. Geophys. Res., 116, B08406, doi:10.1029/2011JB008242 (SCI).
  14. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, K. M. Johnson, J.-C. Hu, and J.-C. Lee (2011), Present-day kinematics of active mountain building in Taiwan from GPS observations during 1995-2005, J. Geophys. Res., 116, B09405, doi:10.1029/2010JB008058 (SCI).
  15. Rau, R.-J., J.-C. Lee, K.-E. Ching, Y.-H. Lee, T. B. Byrne, and R.-Y. Chen (2012), Subduction-continent collision in southwestern Taiwan and the 2010 Jiashian earthquake sequence, Tectonophysics578, 107-116 (SCI).
  16. Chuang, R. Y., K. M. Johnson, Y.-M. Wu, K.-E. Ching, and L.-C. Kuo (2013), A midcrustal ramp-fault structure beneath the Taiwan tectonic wedge illuminated by the 2013 Nantou earthquake series, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5080-5084 (SCI).
  17. Hsieh, M.-L., K.-E. Ching, S.-J. Chyi, S.-C. Kang, and C. Y. Chou (2014), Late Quaternary mass-wasting records in the actively uplifting Pa-chang catchment, southwestern Taiwan, Geomorphology, 216, 125-140 (SCI).
  18. Wen, Y.-Y., H. Miyake, Y.-T. Yen, K. Irikura, and K.-E. Ching (2014), Rupture directivity effect and stress heterogeneity of the 2013 Nantou blind-thrust earthquakes, Taiwan, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer., 104 (6), 2933-2942, doi: 10.1785/0120140109 (SCI).
  19. Ching, K.-E. and K.-H. Chen (2015), Tectonic effect for establishing a semi-dynamic datum in Southwest Taiwan, Earth Planets Space, 67, DOI 10.1186/s40623-015-0374-0 (SCI).
  20. Chang, W.-L., K.-E. Ching, C.-H. Lee, Y.-R. Lee, and C.-F. Lee (2016), Earthquake potential of active faults in Taiwan from GPS observations and block modeling, Seismol. Res. Lett., 87, doi:10.1785/0220160094 (SCI).
  21. Ching, K.-E., J. R. Gourley, Y.-H. Lee, S.-C. Hsu, K.-H. Chen, and C.-L. Chen (2016), Rapid deformation rates due to development of diapiric anticline in southwestern Taiwan from geodetic observations, Tectonophysics, 692, 241-251 (SCI).
  22. Tung, H., H.-Y. Chen, J.-C. Hu, K.-E. Ching, H. Chen, K.-H. Yang (2016), Transient deformation induced by groundwater change in Taipei metropolitan area revealed by high resolution X-band SAR interferometry, Tectonophysics, 692, 265-277 (SCI).
  23. Rateb, A., C.-Y. Kuo, M. Imani, K.-H. Tseng, and K.-E. Ching (2017), Terrestrial Water Storage in African Hydrological Regimes Derived from GRACE Mission: Intercomparison of the Spherical Harmonics, Mass Concentration, and Scalar Slepian Methods, Sensors, 17, 566, doi: 10.3390/s17030566 (SCI).
  24. Chao, K., Z. Peng, Y.-J. Hsu, K. Obara, C. Wu, K.-E. Ching, S. van der Lee, H.-C. Pu, P.-L. Leu, and A. Wech (2017), Temporal variation of tectonic tremor activity in southern Taiwan around the 2010 ML6.4 Jiashian earthquake, J. Geophys. Res., 122, doi:10.1002/2016JB013925 (SCI).
  25. Rateb, A., K.-E. Ching, C.-Y. Kuo, R.-J. Rau, and C. L. Chen (2017), Kinematics of the tectonic blocks and active faults at the post-orogenic stage: Northern Taiwan, J. Asian Earth Sci., 149, 29-40 (SCI).
  26. Le Béon, M., M.-H. Huang, J. Suppe, S.-T. Huang, E. Pathier, W.-J. Huang, C.-L. Chen, B. Fruneau, S. Baize, K.-E. Ching, and J.-C. Hu (2017), Shallow geological structures triggered during the Mw6.4 Meinong earthquake, southwestern Taiwan, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., 28, 663-681, DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.03.20.02 (SCI).
  27. Giletycz, S., C.-P. Chang, A. T.-S. Lin, K.-E. Ching, and J. B. H. Shyu (2017), Improved alignment of the Hengchun Fault (southern Taiwan) based on fieldwork, Structure-from-Motion, shallow drilling, and levelling data, Tectonophysics, 721, 435-447 (SCI).
  28. Kao, R., C. Hwang, J. W. Kim, K.-E. Ching, F. Masson, W.-C. Hsieh, N. Le Moigne, and C.-C. Cheng (2017), Absolute gravity change in Taiwan: Present result of geodynamic process investigation, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., 28, 855-875, DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2017.06.13.01 (SCI).
  29. Yhokha, A., P. K Goswami, C.-P. Chang, J.-Y. Yen, K.-E. Ching, and K M. Aruche (2018), Application of Persistent Scatterer Interferometry (PSI) in monitoring slope movements in Nainital, Uttarakhand Lesser Himalaya, India, J. Earth Syst. Sci., 127, DOI: 10.1007/s12040-017-0907-y (SCI).
  30. Lee, C.-M., C.-Y. Kuo, J. Sun, T.-P. Tseng, K.-H. Chen, W.-H. Lan, C. K. Shum, T. Ali, K.-E. Ching, P. Chu, and Y. Jia (2018), Evaluation and Improvement of Coastal GNSS Reflectometry Sea Level Variations from Existing GNSS Stations in Taiwan, Advances in Space Research, Accepted, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2018.10.039 (SCI)..
  31. Li, C.-K., K.-E. Ching, and K.-H. Chen (2019), The ongoing modernization of the Taiwan semi-dynamic datum based on the surface horizontal deformation model using GNSS data from 2000 to 2016, J. Geodesy, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00190-019-01267-5 (SCI).
  32. Wen, Y.-Y., S. Wen, Y.-H. Lee, and K.-E. Ching (2018), The kinematic source analysis for 2018 Mw 6.4 Hualien, Taiwan earthquake, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci.30, 377-387, doi: 10.3319/TAO.2018.11.15.03 (SCI).
  33. Wen, S., Y.-Y. Wen, K.-E. Ching, Y.-L. Yeh, and Y.-H. Lee (2019), Tectonic Implications on the 2018 Hualien Earthquake, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci.30, 389-398, DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2019.01.28.01 (SCI).
  34. Chen, K.-H., R. Y. Chuang, and K.-E. Ching (2020), Realization approach of non‑linear postseismic deformation model for Taiwan semi‑kinematic reference frame, Earth Planets Space, 72, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40623-020-01209-y (SCI)
  35. Sharma, Y., S. Pasari, K.-E. Ching, O. Dikshit, T. Kato, J. N. Malik, C.-P. Chang, and J.-Y. Yen (2020), Spatial distribution of earthquake potential along the Himalayan arc, Tectonophysics, 791, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tecto.2020.228556 (SCI).
  36. Wen, Y.-Y., Y.-T. Yen, C.-H. Kuo, and K.-E. Ching (2020), Source and strong-motion characteristics of two M > 6 buried earthquakes in southwest Taiwan, Earth Planets Space, 72, 188 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40623-020-01322-y (SCI)
  37. Zhao, X., Z. Wen, J. Xie, Q. Xie, and K.-E. Ching (2021), Comparison of near-fault velocity pulse-like ground motions from the 2018 Mw 6.4 Hualien, Taiwan, earthquake with the Next Generation Attenuation (NGA)-West2 ground motion models and directivity models, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer., doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0120200141 (SCI)
  38. Hsiao, S.-H., K.-E. Ching, K.-H. Chen, and C.-K. Li (2021), Timing of coseismic displacement grid model construction for updating the semi-kinematic reference frame: Case study in Taiwan, J. Geodesy, 95, 25, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00190-021-01477-w (SCI)

B. International Conference Abstracts/Papers
  1. Ching, K., and R. Rau (2002), Seimicity and earthquake focal mechanisms near a collision boundary fault: the Chauchou fault, southern Taiwan, Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract, T61B-1274.
  2. Chan, Y.-C., J.-C. Lee, C.-Y. Lu, H.-T. Chu, C.-S. Hou, R.-J. Rau, and K. E. Jing (2002). Neotectonic features adjacent the Chaochou fault in SW Taiwan: a case of active extension within compressive foreland region, Geological Society of China Abstracts with Programs.
  3. Chan, Y.-C., J.-C. Lee, C.-Y. Lu, H.-T. Chu, C.-S. Hou, R.-J. Rau, and K.-E. Ching (2002). Neotectonic and structural characteristics along the Chaochou fault system in SW Taiwan: implications for tectonic escape during oblique plate convergence. Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T61B-1274.
  4. Rau, R., K. Ching, T. Hsieh, C. Yu, C. Hou, Y. Lee, J. Hu, Y. Chan, J. Lee, J. Hung, and C. Lin (2003), Surface deformation and earthquake potential of Tainan tableland, southwestern Taiwan,Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract, T11F-01.
  5. Ching K., J. Rau, and C. Hou (2003). Present-day crustal deformation across central-western Taiwan fold-and-thrust belt from GPS observations, 1996-1999 , Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T11F-03.
  6. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, and C.-S. Hou (2005), Lithospheric deformation of a young arc-continent collision orogen: GPS observations in south Taiwan, Geodynamics and Environment in East Asia International Conference & 5th Taiwan-France Earth Science Symposium.
  7. Ching, K.-E., and R.-J. Rau (2008) Kinematics of present-day interseismic deformation of Taiwan, International Conference of Arc-Continent Collision: IGCP Project 524.
  8. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Lee, and J.-C. Hu (2008), Present-day crustal deformation of Taiwan, International Workshop on Geodynamics of South-East Asia.
  9. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Hu, J.-C. Lee and K. Johnson (2009), Present-day Crustal Deformation of Taiwan, 2009 Southern California Earthquake Center Annul Meeting.
  10. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Hu, J.-C. Lee and K. Johnson (2009), Present-day Crustal Deformation of Taiwan, Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T21B-1808.
  11. Ching, K.-E., K. Johnson, H.-L. Chung and R.-J. Rau (2010), Frictional properties of the Chihshang fault, eastern Taiwan, inferred from postseismic slip following the 2003 Mw 6.8 Chengkung earthquake, Eos Trans. AGU, 91(26), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract T32A-06.
  12. Ching, K.-E., M.-L. Hsieh, K. Johnson, K.-H. Chen and R.-J. Rau (2010), Modern vertical deformation in Taiwan: Precise leveling measurements and continuous GPS observations, 2000-2008, Eos Trans. AGU, 91(26), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract G42A-06.
  13. Rau, R.-J., K.-E. Ching and K. Johnson (2010), Earthquake potential of the Hsinhua fault at the deformation front of southern Taiwan, Eos Trans. AGU, 91(26), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract T23A-085.
  14. Ching, K.-E., K. Johnson, H.-L. Chung, R.-J. Rau and J.-C. Lee (2010), Frictional properties of the Chihshang fault, eastern Taiwan, inferred from postseismic slip following the 2003 Mw 6.8 Chengkung earthquake, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T51F-05.
  15. Johnson, K. M., K.-E. Ching and R.-J. Rau (2010), Models of active mountain building in Taiwan constrained by GPS, leveling, geologic and stress observations, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract G44A-07.
  16. Lee, J.-C., K.-E. Ching, J. Angelier, H.-C. Chu, J.-C. Hu and H.-Y. Chen (2010), Characterization of transient deformation near surface fault zone during an earthquake: A case study of the Chihshang fault in eastern Taiwan, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T23D-04.
  17. Hsu, S.-C. and K.-E. Ching (2011), Crustal deformation of the mud stone area in SW Taiwan using the geodetic data from 2002 to 2010, The 32nd Asian Conference on Remote Sensing.
  18. Hsu, S.-C. and K.-E. Ching (2011), Crustal deformation of the mud stone area in SW Taiwan using the geodetic data from 2002 to 2010, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T43D-2383.
  19. Yang, C.-H., K.-E. Ching, R.-J. Rau, C.-S. Chen (2011), Crustal deformation of a waning collision zone in NW Taiwan constrained by geodetic data during 2002-2010, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T43D-2384.
  20. Chen, K.-H. and K.-E. Ching (2011), Surface motion in the Western Coastal Plain of Taiwan after removal of groundwater withdrawal effects, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T43D-2385.
  21. Johnson, K. M. and K.-E. Ching (2011), Present-day mountain building in Taiwan: whole-crustal thickening, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T52C-01.
  22. Ching, K.-E., Y.-H. Lee, R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Hu, and S.-C. Hsu (2011), High earthquake potential across the Liuchia-Chukou fault area in SW Taiwan? Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T52C-02.
  23. Rau, R.-J., K.-E. Ching, Y.-H. Lee, J.-C. Lee, Y.-C. Chan and T. Byrne (2011), Orogenic extension during arc-continent collision: Constrained by earthquake analysis in south central Taiwan, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T52C-03.
  24. Rau, R.-J., K.-E. Ching, Y.-H. Lee, J.-C. Lee, Y.-C. Chan and T. Byrne (2012), Oblique convergence and syn-orogenic extension in active arc-continent collision: constrained by earthquake analysis in south central Taiwan, 2012 GSA Northeastern Section - 47th Annual Meeting.
  25. Ching, K.-E., K. M Johnson, and R.-J. Rau (2012), Expanding afterslip on the Chihshang fault, eastern Taiwan, inferred from postseismic GPS displacements following the 2003 Mw 6.8 Chengkung earthquake, Abstract T53B-2702 presented at 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec.
  26. Gourley, J. R., Y.-H. Lee, and K.-E. Ching (2012), Vertical fault mapping within the Gutingkeng Formation of southern Taiwan: implications for sub-aerial mud diapir tectonics, Abstract T53B-2699 presented at 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec.
  27. Chen, K.-H., and K.-E. Ching (2012), Surface deformation in the Western Coastal Plain of Taiwan after removal of groundwater withdrawal effects, Abstract T53B-2703 presented at 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec.
  28. Ching, K.-E., Y.-C. Chen, R.-J. Rau, and T.-W. Lin (2013), Detection of 2009 slow slip event in northeast Taiwan from continuous GPS data, Abstract T23I-08 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 9-13 Dec.
  29. 景國恩、陳國華、孔冠傑(2013),台灣西南部半動態框架之建立,第七屆海峽兩岸測繪發展研討會,2013年11月21-23日。
  30. Ching, K.-E., Y.-C. Chen, and R.-J. Rau (2014), First detection of the 2009 slow slip event under northeast Taiwan at the Ryukyu subduction system from continuous GPS data, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16, EGU2014- 12551, EGU General Assembly 2014.
  31. Ko, S.-M., R.-J. Rau, and K.-E. Ching (2014), Earthquake potential of the Meishan Fault in Taiwan inferred from the GPS and leveling data, 2002-2013, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16, EGU2014-13277, EGU General Assembly 2014.
  32. Chang, C.-P., J.-Y. Yen, K.-E. Ching, Pardeep Goswami, Akano Yhokha (2014), Active surface deformation in the Himalaya and adjoining Piedmont zone of the Ganga plain, Uttarakhand, India, SE07-A003, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting (AOGS2014).
  33. Rau, R.-J., C.-H. Yang, and K.-E. Ching (2014), Geodetic strain rate and earthquake hazard in Taiwan, SE07-A005, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting (AOGS2014).
  34. Ching, K.-E., T. Byrne, Y.-M. Wu, and C.-L. Chen (2014), Reactivation of the NW-striking normal faults due to the bending of the subducting plate in the incipient arc-continent collision zone of Taiwan, SE07-A010, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting (AOGS2014).
  35. Yang, M., C. Chang-Lee, and K.-E. Ching (2014), Behavior analysis of the Lungchuan and Chishan faults using geodetic measurements, SE07-A023, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting (AOGS2014).
  36. Chen, K.-H., and K.-E. Ching (2014), Measurements of local sea level variations using signal-to-noise data from a single geodetic GPS receiver, SE07-A026, AOGS 11th Annual Meeting (AOGS2014).
  37. Lai, Y.-P., K.-E. Ching, R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Lee, J.-Y. Yen, K.-H. Chen, J.-Y. Rau (2014), Fault creep and kinematics of the Chihshang fault in eastern Taiwan derived from the PSInSAR and geodetic techniques, S1-P-01, Geodynamics and Environment in East Asia (GEEA 2014).
  38. Lee, C.-H., K.-E. Ching, J. S. Giletycz, C.-P. Chang, K.-H. Chen, J.-Y. Yen, C.-L. Chen (2014), Spontaneous triggered aseismic deformation transient in the southernmost tip of active Taiwan mountain belt using geodetic data, 2002-2013, S1-P-02, Geodynamics and Environment in East Asia (GEEA 2014).
  39. Lee, M.-C., K.-E. Ching, C.-P. Chang, J.-Y. Yen, A. Yhokha, P. Goswami, S.-J. Chyi (2014), Earthquake potential of the central seismic gap in the Himalayan arc, India, S2-P-07, Geodynamics and Environment in East Asia (GEEA 2014).
  40. Yang, C.-H., K.-E. Ching, R.-J. Rau, M.-Y. Tsai (2014), Crustal deformation of a waning collision zone in NW Taiwan constrained by geodetic data during 2002-2013, S2-P-11,Geodynamics and Environment in East Asia (GEEA 2014).
  41. Chen, K.-H., and K.-E. Ching (2014), Utility and limitations of reflected GPS signals for local sea level variations measuring, Abstract G21B-0453 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
  42. Lai, Y.-P., K.-E. Ching, K.-H. Chen, J.-C. Lee, C.-P. Chang, and J.-Y. Yen (2014), Fault creep and kinematics of the chihshang fault in eastern taiwan derived from the psinsar and geodetic techniques, Abstract T31C-4622 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
  43. Yi, D., R. Y Chuang, and K.-E. Ching (2014), Towards geodynamic models of the Taiwan orogenic belt, Abstract T31C-4617 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
  44. Lee, C.-H., K.-E. Ching, S. J. Giletycz, C.-P. Chang, K.-H. Chen, and C.- L. Chen (2014), Spontaneous triggered aseismic deformation transient in the southernmost tip of active Taiwan mountain belt using geodetic and PSInSAR techniques, 2002 - 2013, Abstract T31C-4623 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
  45. Ching, K.-E., R.-J. Rau, K. Wang, Z. Peng and Y.-J. Wang (2014), 2009 slow slip event under the northeast Taiwan at the backarc extension of the Ryukyu subduction zone from continuous GPS data, Abstract T23D-04 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 15-19 Dec.
  46. Ching, K.-E., K. M. Johnson, and Y.-H. Lee (2015), High strain rate means high seismic hazard in SW Taiwan? The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  47. Lee, C.-H., K.-E. Ching, J. S. Giletycz, C.-P. Chang, and K.-H. Chen (2015), Spontaneous triggered aseismic deformation transient on the Hengchun Peninsula using geodetic data from 2002 to 2013, The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  48. Rau, R.-J., H.-K. Hung, C.-H. Yang, M.-Y. Tsai, K.-E. Ching, T. C. Bacolcol, R. U. Solidum, Jr., and W.-L. Chang (2015), The kinematics of an ancient arc-continent collision: Constrained by continuous GNSS observations in Mindoro, Philippines, The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  49. Ko, S.-M., R.-J. Rau, and K.-E. Ching (2015), Earthquake potential of the Meishan Fault in Taiwan inferred from GPS Data, 2002-2013, The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  50. Tseng, P.-C., R.-J. Rau, M.-Y. Tsai, H.-K. Hung, and K.-E. Ching (2015), Kinematics of deep-seated gravitational slope deformation derived from GPS observations in the Lushan area, central Taiwan, The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  51. Wang, T.-Y., R.-J. Rau, K.-E. Ching, and H.-K. Hung (2015), Present-day crustal deformation in the central segment of the Longitudinal Valley Fault zone, eastern Taiwan, The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  52. Lai, Y.-P., K.-E. Ching, J.-Y. Yen, K. Wang, and J.-C. Lee (2015), Transient locked event at the Chihshang creeping reverse fault in eastern Taiwan from PSInSAR and geodetic observations, The 2nd Japan-Taiwan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (JTWCD), Nagoya, Japan, 23-25 April, 2015.
  53. Ching, K.-E. (2015), High strain rate means high seismic hazard in SW Taiwan? US-Taiwan Geoscience workshop – Feedbacks and coupling among climate, erosion and tectonics during mountain building, Taipei, Taiwan, May 28 - Jun 2 2015.
  54. Johnson, K. M., Y.-R. Yang, K.-E. Ching, and R. Chuang (2015), Models of present-day surface uplift and shortening in Taiwan, US-Taiwan Geoscience workshop – Feedbacks and coupling among climate, erosion and tectonics during mountain building, Taipei, Taiwan, May 28 - Jun 2 2015.
  55. Wang, T.-Y., R.-J. Rau, K.-E. Ching, and H.-K. Hung (2015), Present-day crustal deformation in the central segment of the Longitudinal Valley Fault zone, eastern Taiwan, US-Taiwan Geoscience workshop – Feedbacks and coupling among climate, erosion and tectonics during mountain building, Taipei, Taiwan, May 28 - Jun 2 2015.
  56. Ching, K.-E., K. M. Johnson and Y.-H. Lee (2015), Is a Large Earthquake Coming Soon due to High Strain Rate in SW Taiwan?, Abstract T43A-2970 presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 14-18 Dec.
  57. Chuang, R., J. Fukuda, K.-E. Ching (2015), Imaging spatiotemporal evolution of postseismic deformation of the 2003 M6.8 Chengkung earthquake, Abstract T53A-08 presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 14-18 Dec.
  58. Ching, K.-E., K. M. Johnson, and Y.-H. Lee (2016), A thick-skinned deformation model in SW Taiwan and its implication to the 2016 Meinong disastrous earthquake, 2016 UNAVCO Science Workshop – Geosphere Science, 29-31 Mar.
  59. Giletycz, S. J., C.‐P. Chang, A. T.‐S. Lin, K.‐E. Ching, and J. B. H. Shyu (2016), Evidence of mud diapirism at the emerged trench-slope basin and new tectonic insights of the southwestern Taiwan orogen, Hengchun Peninsula, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 18, EGU2016-10925, EGU General Assembly 2016.
  60. Chang , C.-P., A. Yhokha, P. Goswami, J.-Y. Yen, and K.-E. Ching (2016), Recent surface deformation revealed by space geodetic measurements in western Himalaya, SE20-A032, AOGS 13th Annual Meeting (AOGS2016).
  61. Ching, K.-E., Y.-H. Lee, and R.-J. Rau (2016), Earthquake potential of the Meishan fault, Taiwan, The sixth workshop: 2016 Japan-New Zealand-Taiwan seismic hazard assessment, Beppu, Japan, 31 Oct.-2 Nov.
  62. Ching, K.-E., Y.-H. Lee, R.-J. Rau, M. Yang, Y.-J. Hung, S.-C. Chen, L. Chung, and J.-C. Hung (2016), Surface deformation in SW Taiwan caused by the interaction between active faults and mud diapirs/mud cored anticlines, 2016 Taiwan-Japan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics (TJWCD3), 14-16 Nov.
  63. Ching, K.-E., C.-M. Chao, J.-Y. Yen, K.-H. Chen, R.-J. Rau, and C.-L. Chen (2016), Surface creeping analysis of the Fengshan fault in SW Taiwan from GPS observations and PSInSAR, GSDI 15th World Conference, Taipei, 28 Nov.-2 Dec.
  64. Ching, K.-E., Y.-H. Lee, R.-J. Rau, M. Yang, Y.-J. Hung, S.-C. Chen, and J.-C. Hung (2016), Mud diapirism-induced tectonic extrusion in the SW Taiwan orogen, Abstract T23A2888 presented at 2016 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 12-16 Dec.
  65. Lai, Y.-P., K.-E. Ching, R. Y. Chuang, K. Wang, J.-Y. Yen, and J.-C. Lee (2017), Shallow creep along the southern Longitudinal Valley fault in eastern Taiwan constrained by multiple geodetic approaches, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 19, EGU2017- 580, EGU General Assembly 2017.
  66. Fang, Y.-C., K.-E. Ching, R.-J. Rau, J.-Y. Yen, Y.-H. Lee, and T. Bacolcol (2017), Present-day crustal deformation in Mindoro Island, Philippines derived from PS-InSAR and GPS data, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 19, EGU2017- 587, EGU General Assembly 2017.
  67. Ching, K.-E., Y.-H. Lee, R.-J. Rau, M. Yang, Y.-J. Hung, S.-C. Chen, L. Chung, J.-C. Hung, and C.-L. Chen (2017), Rapid crustal deformation in SW Taiwan caused by the interaction between active faults and reactivated mud diapirs, T000612, IAG- IASPEI 2017, 30 Jul.-4 Aug.
  68. Hwang, C., R. Kao, J. W. Kim, K.-E. Ching, F. Masson, W.-C. Hsieh, and N. Le Moigne (2017), Absolute gravity changes associated with geodynamic processes in Taiwan: Preliminary result from 2004-2016 measurements, SE15-A003, AOGS 14th Annual Meeting (AOGS2017), 6-11 Aug.
  69. Rau, R.-J., Y.-Y. Wen, P.-C. Tseng, W.-C. Chen, M.-C. Hsieh, and K.-E. Ching (2017), Rupture model of the 2016 Meinong, Taiwan, earthquake determined from near-source strong motion and high-rate gps waveform data, SE21-A010, AOGS 14th Annual Meeting (AOGS2017), 6-11 Aug.
  70. Ching, K.-E., K.-H. Chen, M. Yang, H.-C. Chen, W.-Y. Lin, H.-W. Liang, and J.-L. Liu (2017), The Ongoing Modernization of the Taiwan Terrestrial Reference Frame Based on the Surface Horizontal Deformation Model Using GNSS Data from 2000 to 2016, Abstract G13A-08 presented at 2017 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 11-15 Dec.
  71. Sanjiwani, D. A., K.-E. Ching, and I. Anjasmara (2017), Analysis the source model of the 2009 Mw 7.6 Padang earthquake in Sumatra region using continuous GPS data, Abstract G43A-0919 presented at 2017 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 11-15 Dec.
  72. Le Béon, M., J. Suppe, M.-H. Huang, S.-T. Huang, H. H. M. Ulum, K.-E. Ching, and Y.-H. Hsieh (2017), Shallow Geological Structures Triggered During the Mw6.4 Meinong Earthquake and Their Significance in Accommodating Long-term Shortening Across the Foothills of Southwestern Taiwan, Abstract T43C-0716 presented at 2017 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 11-15 Dec.
  73. Bacolcol, T., G. Sapla, A. Pelicano, B. Marfito, M. Paras, Z. Ragadio, O. V. Absin, A. Baloto, Wayne Liu, and Kuo-En Ching (2018), Coseismic Displacements And Source Modeling Of 10 February 2017 M6.7 Philippine Fault (Surigao Segment) Earthquake, NH-A227, New Dimensions for Natural Hazards in Asia: An AOGS-EGU Joint Conference, 4-8 Feb.
  74. Tsai, P.-C., R.-J. Rau, and K.-E. Ching (2018), Coseismic and postseismic deformation of the 2016 Mw 6.5 Meinong, Taiwan, earthquake, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 20, EGU2018-6306, EGU General Assembly 2018.
  75. Hung, S.-L., C.-Y. Kuo, C.-M. Lee, J. Sun, C. K. Shum, Y. Yi, T.-P. Tseng, K.-H. Chen, and K.-E. Ching (2018), Monitoring Coastal Sea Level Changes Using GNSS-based Tide Gauges- A Case Study in Taiwan, OS12-A030, AOGS 15th Annual Meeting (AOGS2018), 3-8 Jun.
  76. Ching, K.-E., A. Yhokha, H.-C. Chen, R. Y. Chuang, W.-L. Chang, C.-L. Chen, Y.-H. Lee, R.-J. Rau, J.-C. Hu, K.-C. Cheng, and Y.-J. Hsu (2018), Complex multifault geometry of the 2018 Mw 6.4 Hualien, Taiwan, offshore earthquake and its implications for seismic hazard and subduction boundary, Abstract T32A-02 presented at 2018 Fall Meeting, AGU, Washington, D.C., 10-14 Dec.
  77. Takada, Y., T. NAmatsu, K. Tsukahara, T. Sagiya, T. Nishimura, and K.-E. Ching (2019), Lessons from Crustal Responses to co- and Inter-seismic Stress Disturbances: Japan and SW Taiwan, The Second International Symposium on Crustal Dynamics (ISCD-2): Toward integrated view of island arc seismogenesis, Kyoto, 1-3 March.
  78. Rau, R.-J., P.-C. Tsai, and K.-E. Ching (2019), A large prolonged postseismic deformation caused by slip on the high pore pressure decollement on the frontal thrust wedge, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 21, EGU2019-2844, EGU General Assembly 2019, Vienna, 7-12 April.
  79. Ching, K.-E., J.-W. Liu, and T. Bacolcol (2019), Coseismic Source Model of the 2017 Mw 6.7 Surigao Earthquake, Philippines base on GPS and DInSAR, 6th Philippines-Taiwan Earth Sciences International Conference, Clark, Pampanga, Philippines, 20-22 May, 2019.
  80. Ching, K.-E., H.-C. Chen, S.-C. Chen, and W.-L. Chang (2019), Kinematics of ongoing mud diapirism in the accretionary wedge in Liuchiu Hsu island, Taiwan, 2019 Taiwan-Japan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics, Hualien, Taiwan, 24-28 June.
  81. Hadi, A. L., R. F. Febriyanti, K.-E. Ching, I. M. Anjasmara (2019), Coseismic Source Models of the 2018 Lombok Earthquake Sequence from DInSAR Data, 2019 Taiwan-Japan Workshop on Crustal Dynamics, Hualien, Taiwan, 24-28 June.
  82. Chen, K.-H., K.-E. Ching, and M. Yang (2019), The Modern Taiwan Terrestrial Reference Frame Based on the Surface Deformation Model Using GNSS Data, 2001 to 2018, IUGG19-2897, IUGG General Assembly, Montréal, Canada, 8-18 Jul.
  83. Rau, R.-J., C.-M. Ker, K.-E. Ching, G. Sapla, T. Bacolcol, and R. Solidum (2019), Continuous GPS Observations Along the West Valley Fault in Metro Manila, Philippines, SE30-A001, AOGS 16th Annual Meeting (AOGS2019), Singapore, 28 Jul - 2 Aug.
  84. Bacolcol, T., G. Sapla, A. Pelicano, A. Luis, B. Marfito, M. Paras, Z. Ragadio, A. Baloto, and K.-E. Ching (2019), Interseismic velocities and GPS motions associated with 6 July 2017 M6.5 Philippine Fault (Leyte Segment) earthquake, SE30-A012, AOGS 16th Annual Meeting (AOGS2019), Singapore, 28 Jul - 2 Aug.
  85. Sharma, Y., S. Pasari, K.-E. Ching, and O. Dikshit (2019), Seismic Vs. Geodetic Moments in the Garhwal-kumaun Himalaya: a Tool for a Rapid Understanding of Earthquake Potential, SE02-A029, AOGS 16th Annual Meeting (AOGS2019), Singapore, 28 Jul - 2 Aug.
  86. Ching, K.-E. (2019), The nature of aseismic slip in southern taiwan: the mud diapir/volcano, B6‐011, International Conference in Commemoration of 20th Anniversary of the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake Taipei, Taiwan, September 15-19.
  87. Ching, K.-E. (2019), Contribution of geodetic data to the Taiwan seismic hazard assessment, A decade+ of research on earthquake science at Taiwan Earthquake Research Center: Now and Beyond, Taiwan, September. 19.
  88. Ching, K.-E., J.-W. Liu, and T. Bacolcol (2019), Coseismic Source Model of the 2017 Mw 6.7 Surigao Earthquake, Philippines base on GPS and DInSAR, 8th France-Taiwan Earth Sciences Symposium, Pau, France, 21-22 Oct.
  89. Ching, K.-E., W.-L. Chang, R. Y. Chuang, Y.-J. Lee, and Y.-T. Yen (2019), Fault slip deficit rate derived from geodetic data for seismic hazard assessment, The 2019 Japan-New Zealand-Taiwan Seismic Hazard Workshop, Toyako, Hokkaido, 4-6 Nov.


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