Dr. Yuning Fu


Assistant Professor in Geophysics

Department of Geology

School of Earth, Environment and Society

Bowling Green State University

Email: yfu(at)bgsu(dot)edu



I am ...



Current Research


















Slip distribution for the whole event through the end of 2012. The black star indicates the location of Anchorage. The dashed lines show the locations of the previous 1998C2001 SSE in black, and the 2010C2011 event in magenta. The blue dashed line highlights the rupture area of the Alaska 1964 earthquake.


Distribution of continuous GPS stations (blue diamonds) in southern Alaska; Three examples (AC06, ELDC and LEVC) of GPS vertical seasonal (detrended) timeseries and their GRACE-modeled seasonal vertical displacements are shown.
The WRMS Reduction Ratios for all continuous GPS stations in southern Alaska. The Ellipse (northwest) highlights low-elevation coastal stations of Cook Inlet, where GRACE consistently overestimates the amplitude of the seasonal variations.


Please See our paper in Journal of Geophysical Research [pdf], or contact the authors Yuning Fu and Jeff Freymueller.

Stacked 10-day averaged GPS seasonal (detrended) vertical timeseries and GRACE-derived seasonal vertical timeseries.
Stacked GPS seasonal (detrended) horizontal timeseries and GRACE-derived seasonal horizontal timeseries.
Vertical velocities after subtracting the GRACE-derived long-term uplift rate due to load changes.


Want to know more, please read our paper published in Journal of Geodesy [pdf], or contact the authors Yuning Fu, Jeff Freymueller and Tonie van Dam.

Differences between GPS solutions determined using OTL-CM and OTL-CE coefficients, for the station TIDB.
Stacked power spectrum showing the ~14-day period component of 1-year detrended vertical coordinate timeseries.