His main research concerns Seismology, Crust, Seismogram, Mantle and Receiver function. His Seismology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geophysics, Geodesy, Discontinuity, Core–mantle boundary and Seismic anisotropy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Structural basin, Cretaceous, Lithospheric flexure, Isostasy and Plateau.
Fenglin Niu has included themes like S-wave and Subduction in his Seismogram study. The concepts of his Mantle study are interwoven with issues in Volcano, Intraplate earthquake and Craton. His studies in Receiver function integrate themes in fields like Continental crust, Petrology and Transition zone.
Fenglin Niu mostly deals with Seismology, Mantle, Subduction, Geophysics and Receiver function. The study incorporates disciplines such as Seismic anisotropy, Discontinuity and Crust in addition to Seismology. Fenglin Niu usually deals with Crust and limits it to topics linked to Rayleigh wave and S-wave.
Fenglin Niu interconnects Seismic wave, Seismic array, Volcanism, Transition zone and Classification of discontinuities in the investigation of issues within Mantle. Fenglin Niu combines subjects such as Slab, Volcano and Continental margin with his study of Subduction. His Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Surface wave and Body waves.
Fenglin Niu focuses on Seismology, Slab, Rayleigh wave, Seismic velocity and Geophysics. His Seismology research includes themes of Waveform, East Asia and Crust. His work deals with themes such as Segmentation, Fold, Geomorphology and Tectonophysics, which intersect with Slab.
Fenglin Niu has researched Seismic velocity in several fields, including Asperity, Fault and Reduction. His Transition zone research integrates issues from Mohorovičić discontinuity and Mantle. His Mantle study incorporates themes from Volcanism, Plateau and Magmatism.
Seismology, Crust, Petrology, Lithosphere and Asthenosphere are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Seismic tomography and Rayleigh wave as well as Seismology. The Crust study combines topics in areas such as Asperity and Seismic velocity.
His research integrates issues of Subduction, Receiver function, Craton and Mantle in his study of Petrology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Slab, Discontinuity, Transition zone and Oceanic crust in addition to Lithosphere. Fenglin Niu integrates Asthenosphere and North china in his research.
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Preseismic velocity changes observed from active source monitoring at the Parkfield SAFOD drill site
Fenglin Niu;Paul G. Silver;Thomas M. Daley;Xin Cheng.
Changbaishan volcanism in northeast China linked to subduction-induced mantle upwelling
Youcai Tang;Youcai Tang;Masayuki Obayashi;Fenglin Niu;Fenglin Niu;Stephen P. Grand.
Nature Geoscience (2014)
Seismic evidence for a 920-km discontinuity in the mantle
Hitoshi Kawakatsu;Fenglin Niu.
Hemispherical variations in seismic velocity at the top of the Earth's inner core
Fenglin Niu;Lianxing Wen.
Large contrasts in crustal structure and composition between the Ordos plateau and the NE Tibetan plateau from receiver function analysis
Suzhen Pan;Suzhen Pan;Fenglin Niu.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
Crustal structure beneath China from receiver function analysis
Youlin Chen;Fenglin Niu;Ruifeng Liu;Zhibin Huang.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Crustal structure and deformation of the SE Tibetan plateau revealed by receiver function data
Ya Sun;Ya Sun;Fenglin Niu;Huafeng Liu;Youlin Chen.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2012)
Fine structure of the lowermost crust beneath the Kaapvaal craton and its implications for crustal formation and evolution
Fenglin Niu;David E. James.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2002)
Active Source Monitoring of Cross-Well Seismic Travel Time for Stress-Induced Changes
Paul G. Silver;Thomas M. Daley;Fenglin Niu;Ernest L. Majer.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2007)
Component azimuths of the CEArray stations estimated from P-wave particle motion
Fenglin Niu;Juan Li;Juan Li.
Earthquake Science (2011)
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