Submitted / In Preparation 

J. -P. Ampuero, S. Hough, L. Meng, E. M. Thompson, A. Zhang, S. Martin, D. Asimaki, and A. Inbal 
High-frequency radiation controlled damage distribution in the 2015 Nepal earthquake

A. Inbal and J. -P. Ampuero
Deep afterslip triggered by the 2016 Mw5.2 Borrego Springs main shock

C. Milliner, A. Inbal, and R. Burgmann
Pre-, Co-, and Post-seismic slip during the 2016 M7.0 Kumamoto Earthquake Sequence inferred from joint analysis of GPS, InSAR, and seismicity data

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Journal Publications

Q. Kong, S. Patal, A. Inbal, R.M. Allen 

Assessing the Sensitivity and Accuracy of the MyShake Smartphone Seismic Network to Detect and Characterize Earthquakes

Seismological Research Letters, 2019 | link

A. Inbal, Q. Kong, W. Savran, R.M. Allen 

On the Feasibility of Using the Dense MyShake Smartphone Array for Earthquake Location

Seismological Research Letters, 2019 | link

Q. Kong, A. Inbal, R.M. Allen, Q, Lv, and A. Puder 
Machine Learning Aspects of the MyShake Global Smartphone Seismic Network

Seismological Research Letters, 2018 | link

A. Inbal, T. Cristea-Platon, J.-P. Ampuero, G. Hillers, D. Agnew, and S. E. Hough 
Sources of Long-Range Anthropogenic Noise in Southern California and Implications for Tectonic Tremor Detection

Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 2018 | link

A. Inbal, J. -P. Ampuero, and J. -P. Avouac  
Locally and remotely triggered aseismic slip on the central San Jacinto Fault near Anza, CA, from joint inversion of seismicity and strainmeter data
Journal of Geophysical Research, 2017 | link

A. Inbal, J. -P. Ampuero, and R. Clayton  
Localized seismic deformation in the upper mantle revealed by dense seismic arrays 
Science, 2016 | link | altmetric

S. Rajaure, D. Asimaki, E. M. Thompson, S. Hough, S. Martin, J. -P. Ampuero, A. Inbal, M. R. Dhital, and L. Paudel 
Characterizing the Kathmandu Valley sediment response through strong motion recordings of the 2015 Gorkha earthquake sequence
Tectonophysics, 2016 | link

A. Inbal, R. Clayton, and J. -P. Ampuero 
Imaging widespread seismicity at mid-lower crustal depths beneath Long Beach, CA, with a dense seismic array: Evidence for a depth-dependent earthquake size distribution 
Geophysical Research Letters, 2015 | link

G. Hillers, L. Retailleau, M. Campillo, A. Inbal, J.-P. Ampuero, and T. Nishimura

In-situ observations of velocity changes in response to tidal deformation from analysis of the highfrequency

ambient wavefield.
Journal of Geophysical Research, 2015 | link

Z. Li, Z. Peng, X. Meng, A. Inbal, Y. Xie, D. Hollis, and J. -P. Ampuero 
Matched filter detection of microseismicity in Long Beach with a 5200-station dense array 
SEG Extended Abstracts, 2015 | link

S. E. Minson, M. Simons, J. L. Beck, F. Ortega, J. Jiang, S. E. Owen, A. W. Moore, A. Inbal, and A. Sladen 
Bayesian inversion for finite fault earthquake source models - II: the 2011 great Tohoku-oki, Japan earthquake 
Geophysical Journal Jnternational, 2014 | | link

A. Inbal, F. Koch, R. Clayton, and J. -P. Ampuero 
Locating micro-events in Long Beach, CA urban environment with a dense array 
SEG Extended Abstracts, 2013 | link

L. Meng, A. Inbal, and J. -P. Ampuero 
A window into the complexity of the dynamic rupture of the 2011 Mw=9 Tohoku-Oki earthquake 

Geophysical Research Letters, 2011| link

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