The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Seismology, Fault, Tectonics, Geochemistry and Mylonite. His study connects Slip and Seismology. Aiming Lin focuses mostly in the field of Fault, narrowing it down to topics relating to Fold and, in certain cases, Echelon formation, Hypocenter, Landslide and Blind thrust earthquake.
Aiming Lin combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock, Quaternary and Geomorphology with his study of Tectonics. His Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cataclastic rock and Quartz, Biotite. His Mylonite study combines topics in areas such as Fault breccia and Crust.
His primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Fault, Active fault, Tectonics and Strike-slip tectonics. His Seismology research includes themes of Slip and Holocene. When carried out as part of a general Fault research project, his work on Sinistral and dextral is frequently linked to work in Trench, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The concepts of his Active fault study are interwoven with issues in Graben and Thrust fault. He works mostly in the field of Tectonics, limiting it down to concerns involving Geomorphology and, occasionally, Plateau. His Surface rupture research integrates issues from Eurasian Plate, Longmen shan and Echelon formation.
His main research concerns Seismology, Fault, Active fault, Tectonics and Tectonophysics. His Seismology study incorporates themes from Radiocarbon dating and Holocene. His Sinistral and dextral study in the realm of Fault interacts with subjects such as Trench.
His Active fault research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydraulic fracturing, Geotechnical engineering and Tectonic stress. The various areas that Aiming Lin examines in his Tectonics study include Slip and Cenozoic. His study in Strike-slip tectonics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Shear and Shear zone.
Aiming Lin mostly deals with Seismology, Fault, Tectonics, Graben and Holocene. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Slip and Radiocarbon dating. His studies in Slip integrate themes in fields like Interplate earthquake, Horst and graben, Fold, Plate tectonics and Thrust fault.
His work deals with themes such as Eurasian Plate, Alluvial fan and Terrace, which intersect with Fault. His Tectonics research focuses on Cenozoic and how it connects with Induced seismicity and Rift. He has researched Surface rupture in several fields, including Shear, Volcanic hazards, Echelon formation and Mineralogy.
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Co-seismic strike-slip and rupture length produced by the 2001 Ms 8.1 Central Kunlun earthquake.
Aiming Lin;Bihong Fu;Jianming Guo;Qingli Zeng.
Co-seismic thrusting rupture and slip distribution produced by the 2008 Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake, China
Aiming Lin;Zhikun Ren;Dong Jia;Xiaojun Wu.
Structural model of 2008 Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake in the rejuvenated Longmen Shan thrust belt, China
Dong Jia;Yiquan Li;Aiming Lin;Maomao Wang.
Fossil Earthquakes: The Formation and Preservation of Pseudotachylytes
Glassy pseudotachylyte veins from the Fuyun fault zone, northwest China
Journal of Structural Geology (1994)
Quaternary folding of the eastern Tian Shan, northwest China
Bihong Fu;Aiming Lin;Ken-ichi Kano;Tadashi Maruyama.
Structural interpretation of the coseismic faults of the Wenchuan earthquake: Three-dimensional modeling of the Longmen Shan fold-and-thrust belt
Yiquan Li;Dong Jia;John H. Shaw;Judith Hubbard.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Secreted proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 reduces both hepatic and extrahepatic low-density lipoprotein receptors in vivo.
Robert J. Schmidt;Thomas P. Beyer;William R. Bensch;Yue-Wei Qian.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2008)
Injection veins of crushing-originated pseudotachylyte and fault gouge formed during seismic faulting
Engineering Geology (1996)
Co-seismic displacements, folding and shortening structures along the Chelungpu surface rupture zone occurred during the 1999 Chi-Chi (Taiwan) earthquake
A. Lin;T. Ouchi;A. Chen;T. Maruyama.
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