Wu, W. J., L. W. Kuo*, C. S. Ku, C. Y. Chiang, H. S. Sheu, T. D. Aprilniadi and Jia‐Jyun Dong, 2020. Mixed‐Mode Formation of Amorphous Materials in the Creeping Zone of the Chihshang Fault, Taiwan, and Implications for Deformation Style. JGR Solid Earth, doi: 10.1029/2020JB019862
Hung, C. C., L.‐W. Kuo*, E. Spagnuolo, C. C. Wang, G. Di Toro, W. J. Wu, J. J. Dong, W. Lin, H. S. Sheu, E. C. Yeh and P. S. Hsieh, 2019. Grain fragmentation and frictional melting during initial experimental deformation and implications for seismic slip at shallow depths. JGR Solid Earth, doi: 10.1029/2019JB017905.
Kuo, L. W.*, J. R. Huang, J. N. Fang, J. Si, H. Li and S. R. Song, 2018. Carbonaceous materials in the fault zone of the Longmenshan Fault belt: 1. Signatures within deep Wenchuan earthquake fault zone and its implication. Minerals, 8(385), doi: 10.3390/min8090385.
Kuo, L. W.*, J. R. Huang, J. N. Fang, J. Si, S. R. Song, H. Li and E. C. Yeh, 2018. Carbonaceous Materials in the Fault Zone of the Longmenshan Fault Belt: 2. Characterization of Fault Gouge from Deep Drilling and Implications for Fault Maturity. Minerals, 8(393), doi: 10.3390/min8090393.
J. Si*, H. Li, L. W. Kuo, J. R. Huang, S. R. Song, J. Pei, H. Wang, L. Song, J. N. Fang and H. S. Sheu. Carbonaceous Materials in the Longmenshan Fault Belt Zone: 3. Records of Seismic Slip from the Trench and Implications for Faulting Mechanisms. Minerals, 8(457), doi:10.3390/min8100457
Kuo, L. W.*, F. Di Felice, E. Spagnuolo, G. Di Toro, S. R. Song, S. Aretusini, H. Li, J. Suppe, J. Si and C. Y. Wen, 2017. Fault gouge graphitization as evidence of past seismic slip. Geology 45, p.979-982, doi: 10.1130/G39295.1.
Kuo, L. W.*, S. R. Song, J. Suppe and E. C. Yeh, 2016. Fault mirrors in seismically active fault zones: A fossil of small earthquakes at shallow depths. Geophysical Research Letters 43, p. 1950-1959.
Kuo, L. W.*, Y. F. Song, C. M. Yang, S. R. Song, C. C. Wang, J. J. Dong, J. Suppe and T. Shimamoto, 2015. Ultrafine spherical quartz formation during seismic fault slip: Natural and experimental evidence and its implications. Tectonophysics 664, p. 98-108.
Si, J., H. Li,L. W. Kuo, J. Pei, S. R. Song and H. Wang, 2014. Clay mineral anomalies in the Yingxiu-Beichuan fault zone from the WFSD-1 drilling core and its implications for the faulting mechanism during the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake (Mw7.9). Tectonophysics 619-620, p. 171-178.
Kuo, L. W.*, H. C. Hsiao, S. R. Song, H. S. Sheu and J. Suppe, 2014. Coseismic thickness of principal slip zone from the Taiwan Chelungpu fault Drilling Project-A (TCDP-A) and correlated fracture energy. Tectonophysics 619-620, p. 29-35.
Kuo, L. W.*, H. Li, S. Smith, G. Di Toro, J. Suppe, S. R. Song, S. Nielsen, H. S. Sheu and J. Si., 2014. Gouge graphitization and dynamic fault weakening during the 2008 Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake. Geology 42, p.47-50, doi: 10.1130/G34862.1.
Li, H.B., H. Wang, Z. Q. Xu, J. L. Si, J. L. Pei, T. F. Li, H. Yao, S. R. Song, L. W. Kuo, Z. M. Sun, M.-L. Chevalier and D. L. Liu, 2013. Characteristics of the fault-related rocks, fault zones and the principal slip zone in the Wenchuan earthquake Fault Scientific Drilling project Hole-1 (WFSD-1). Tectonophysics 584, p. 23-42.
Kuo, L. W.*, S. R. Song, E. C. Yeh, H. F. Chen and J. Si, 2012. Clay mineralogy and geochemistry investigations in the host rocks of the Chelungpu fault, Taiwan: implication for faulting mechanism. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 59, p. 208-218.
Chou, Y. M., S. R. Song, C. Aubourg, T. Q. Lee, A. M. Boullier, Y. F. Song, E. C. Yeh, L. W. Kuo and C. Y. Wang, 2012. An earthquake slip zone is a magnetic recorder. Geology 40, p. 551-554, doi: 10.1130/G32864.1.
Kuo, L. W., S. R. Song, L. Huang, E. C. Yeh and H. F. Chen, 2011. Temperature estimates of coseismic heating in clay-rich fault gouges, the Chelungpu fault zones, Taiwan. Tectonophysics 502, p. 315-327.
Chen, H. F., Y. P. Chang, S. J. Kao, M. T. Chen, S. R. Song, L. W. Kuo, S. Y. Wen, T. N. Yang and T. Q. Lee, 2011. Mineralogical and geochemical investigations of sediment-source region changes in the Okinawa Trough during the past 100 ka (IMAGES core MD012404). Journal of Asian Earth Science 40(6), p.1238-1249.
Kuo, L. W., S. R. Song, E. C. Yeh and H. F. Chen, 2009. Clay mineral anomalies in the fault zone of the Chelungpu Fault, Taiwan, and their implications. Geophysical Research Letters 36, L18306.
Wu, Y. H., E. C. Yeh, J. J. Dong, L. W. Kuo, J. Y. Hsu and J. H. Hung, 2008. Core-log integration studies in hole-A of Taiwan Chelungpu-fault Drilling Project. Geophysical Journal International 174, p. 949-965.
Wang, P. L., L. H. Lin, H. T. Yu, T. W. Cheng, S. R. Song, L. W. Kuo, E. C. Yeh, W. Lin and L. Y. Wang, 2007. Cultivation-Based Characterization of Microbial Communities Associated with Deep Sedimentary Rocks from Taiwan Chelungpu Drilling Project Cores. Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Science 18, p. 395-412.
Song, S. R., L. W. Kuo, E. C. Yeh, C. Y. Wang, J. H. Hung and K. F. Ma, 2007. Characteristics of the Lithology, Fault-related rocks and fault zone structures in the TCDP Hole-A. Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Science 18, p. 243-269.
Ma, K. F., H, Tanaka, S. R, Song, C. Y. Wang , J.H. Hung, Y. B. Tsai, J. Mori, Y. F. Song, E. C. Yeh, W. Soh, H. Sone, L. W. Kuo and H. Y. Wu, 2006. Slip zone and energetics of a large earthquake from the Taiwan Chelungpu-fault Drilling Project. Nature 444, p. 473-476.
Song, S. R., Y. L., Chen, C. M. Liu, W. Y. Ku, H. F. Chen, Y. J. Liu,L. W. Kuo, T. F. Yang, C. C. Chen, T. K. Liu and M. Lee, 2005. Hydrochemical Changes in Spring Waters in Taiwan: Implications for Evaluating Sites for Earthquake Precursory Monitoring. Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Science 16, p.745-762.
Chen, H. F., S. R. Song, H. J. Lo, L. J. Li, J. N. Fang, Y. L. Chen, I. C. Lin, Y. J. Liu, C. M. Liu andL. W. Kuo, 2005. Dissolution of Na2O-CaO-nSiO2 glasses in Na2CO3 solution for long-term and short-term experiments. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 351, p. 1417-1425.
Song, S. R., W. Y. Ku, Y. L. Chen, I. C. Lin, C. M. Liu,L. W. Kuo, T. F. Yang and H. J. Lo, 2003. Groundwater Chemical Anomaly before and after the Chi-Chi earthquake in Taiwan. Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Science 14, p.311-320.