Seismology, Fault, Landslide, Active fault and Elevation are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Shear, Quaternary and Interferometric synthetic aperture radar in his study of Seismology. His Fault research incorporates themes from Aftershock and Epicenter.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Peak ground acceleration and Lithology in addition to Landslide. His Elevation research includes themes of Support vector machine and Radial basis function. The concepts of his Surface rupture study are interwoven with issues in Longmen shan, Focal mechanism and Qinghai tibetan plateau.
Xiwei Xu mainly investigates Seismology, Fault, Tectonics, Landslide and Plateau. The study of Seismology is intertwined with the study of Quaternary in a number of ways. His Fault research is multidisciplinary, relying on both China, Epicenter and Holocene.
His research on Tectonics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Crust. He has researched Landslide in several fields, including Elevation and Peak ground acceleration. He has included themes like Rockfall and Lithology in his Landslide classification study.
Xiwei Xu mostly deals with Seismology, Blockchain, Fault, Artificial intelligence and Data science. Seismology connects with themes related to Plateau in his study. His Blockchain study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software engineering, Identity, Architecture and Software design pattern.
His work deals with themes such as Landslide, Epicenter, Quaternary and Holocene, which intersect with Fault. The study incorporates disciplines such as Peak ground acceleration, Bayesian probability and China in addition to Landslide. His Active fault study incorporates themes from Aftershock and Focal mechanism.
Xiwei Xu mainly focuses on Seismology, Blockchain, Fault, Active fault and Emerging technologies. His Seismology research incorporates themes from Mainland China and Plateau. His Blockchain study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Software engineering, Software architecture, Architecture and Identity.
His work on Sinistral and dextral as part of general Fault study is frequently linked to Fault model, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Emerging technologies research includes themes of Reliability, Distributed computing and Oracle. The Landslide study combines topics in areas such as Remote sensing and Aerial photography.
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Coseismic reverse- and oblique-slip surface faulting generated by the 2008 Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake, China
Xiwei Xu;Xueze Wen;Gui Hua Yu;Guihua Chen.
Three (nearly) complete inventories of landslides triggered by the May 12, 2008 Wenchuan Mw 7.9 earthquake of China and their spatial distribution statistical analysis
Chong Xu;Xiwei Xu;Xin Yao;Fuchu Dai.
GIS-based support vector machine modeling of earthquake-triggered landslide susceptibility in the Jianjiang River watershed, China
Chong Xu;Chong Xu;Fuchu Dai;Xiwei Xu;Yuan Hsi Lee.
Late Quaternary and present-day rates of slip along the Altyn Tagh Fault, northern margin of the Tibetan Plateau
Pei-Zhen Zhang;Peter Molnar;Xiwei Xu.
Pattern of latest tectonic motion and its dynamics for active blocks in Sichuan-Yunnan region, China
Xiwei Xu;Xueze Wen;Rongzhang Zheng;Wentao Ma.
Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences (2003)
High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Mapping of the Surface Rupture and Slip Distribution of the Mw ∼7.8, 14 November 2001 Kokoxili Earthquake, Kunlun Fault, Northern Tibet, China
Yann Klinger;Xiwei Xu;Paul Tapponnier;Jerome Van der Woerd.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2005)
Comparison of different models for susceptibility mapping of earthquake triggered landslides related with the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in China
Chong Xu;Xiwei Xu;Fuchu Dai;Arun K. Saraf.
Computers & Geosciences (2012)
Lushan M S7.0 earthquake: A blind reserve-fault event
XiWei Xu;XueZe Wen;ZhuJun Han;GuiHua Chen.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2013)
Rapid slip along the central Altyn Tagh Fault: Morphochronologic evidence from Cherchen He and Sulamu Tagh
A. S. Meriaux;A. S. Meriaux;F. J. Ryerson;Paul Tapponnier;J. van der Woerd;J. van der Woerd.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Measurement of interseismic strain across the Haiyuan fault (Gansu, China), by InSAR
O. Cavalié;Cécile Lasserre;M.-P. Doin;G. Peltzer;G. Peltzer.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
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