Ray E. Wells
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Fore-arc migration in Cascadia and its neotectonic significance
RE Wells, CS Weaver, RJ Blakely
Geology 26 (8), 759-762, 1998
Fault locking, block rotation and crustal deformation in the Pacific Northwest
R McCaffrey, AI Qamar, RW King, R Wells, G Khazaradze, CA Williams, ...
Geophysical Journal International 169 (3), 1315-1340, 2007
Basin‐centered asperities in great subduction zone earthquakes: A link between slip, subsidence, and subduction erosion?
RE Wells, RJ Blakely, Y Sugiyama, DW Scholl, PA Dinterman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B10), 2003
A revised dislocation model of interseismic deformation of the Cascadia subduction zone
K Wang, R Wells, S Mazzotti, RD Hyndman, T Sagiya
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B1), 2003
Life and death of the Resurrection plate: Evidence for its existence and subduction in the northeastern Pacific in Paleocene–Eocene time
PJ Haeussler, DC Bradley, RE Wells, ML Miller
Geological Society of America Bulletin 115 (7), 867-880, 2003
Cenozoic plate motions and the volcano‐tectonic evolution of western Oregon and Washington
RE Wells, DC Engebretson, PD Snavely Jr, RS Coe
Tectonics 3 (2), 275-294, 1984
Subduction-zone magnetic anomalies and implications for hydrated forearc mantle
RJ Blakely, TM Brocher, RE Wells
Geology 33 (6), 445-448, 2005
The relative contribution of accretion, shear, and extension to Cenozoic tectonic rotation in the Pacific Northwest
RE Wells, PL Heller
Geological Society of America Bulletin 100 (3), 325-338, 1988
Geologic history of Siletzia, a large igneous province in the Oregon and Washington Coast Range: Correlation to the geomagnetic polarity time scale and implications for a long …
R Wells, D Bukry, R Friedman, D Pyle, R Duncan, P Haeussler, J Wooden
Geosphere 10 (4), 692-719, 2014
Location, structure, and seismicity of the Seattle fault zone, Washington: Evidence from aeromagnetic anomalies, geologic mapping, and seismic-reflection data
RJ Blakely, RE Wells, CS Weaver, SY Johnson
Geological Society of America Bulletin 114 (2), 169-177, 2002
Upper crustal structure in Puget Lowland, Washington: Results from the 1998 seismic hazards investigation in Puget Sound
TM Brocher, T Parsons, RJ Blakely, NI Christensen, MA Fisher, RE Wells
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B7), 13541-13564, 2001
Paleomagnetism and geology of Eocene volcanic rocks of southwest Washington, implications for mechanisms of tectonic rotation
RE Wells, RS Coe
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 90 (B2), 1925-1947, 1985
Magnetic fabric, flow directions, and source area of the lower Miocene Peach Springs Tuff in Arizona, California, and Nevada
JW Hillhouse, RE Wells
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 96 (B7), 12443-12460, 1991
Northward migration of the Cascadia forearc in the northwestern US and implications for subduction deformation
RE Wells, RW Simpson
Earth, Planets and Space 53 (4), 275-283, 2001
Paleomagnetic rotations and the Cenozoic tectonics of the Cascade arc, Washington, Oregon, and California
RE Wells
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B12), 19409-19417, 1990
Paleomagnetism and tectonic rotation of the lower Miocene Peach Springs Tuff: Colorado Plateau, Arizona, to Barstow, California
RE Wells, JW Hillhouse
Geological Society of America Bulletin 101 (6), 846-863, 1989
Steady rotation of the Cascade arc
RE Wells, R McCaffrey
Geology 41 (9), 1027-1030, 2013
Late Holocene earthquakes on the Toe Jam Hill fault, Seattle fault zone, Bainbridge Island, Washington
AR Nelson, SY Johnson, HM Kelsey, RE Wells, BL Sherrod, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 115 (11), 1388-1403, 2003
A new view into the Cascadia subduction zone and volcanic arc: Implications for earthquake hazards along the Washington margin
T Parsons, AM Trehu, JH Luetgert, K Miller, F Kilbride, RE Wells, ...
Geology 26 (3), 199-202, 1998
Neogene rotations and quasicontinuous deformation of the Pacific Northwest continental margin
P England, RE Wells
Geology 19 (10), 978-981, 1991
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