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Dr Max Wilkinson
Monitoring the surface deformation of geological hazards using low-cost GNSS2020
Dr Max Wilkinson
The Humbly Grove, Herriard and Hester's Copse fields, UK Onshore2020
Dr Max Wilkinson
Measuring relative ground motion across the Pernicana fault during the December 2018 – January 2019 eruption and seismic crisis of Mt. Etna, Italy, at 1 Hz sampling frequency using low-cost GNSS2019
Dr Max Wilkinson
A database of the coseismic effects following the 30 October 2016 Norcia earthquake in Central Italy2018
Dr Max Wilkinson
Coseismic Throw Variation Across Along‐Strike Bends on Active Normal Faults: Implications for Displacement Versus Length Scaling of Earthquake Ruptures2018
Dr Max Wilkinson
Dr Jinju Chen
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dual control of fault intersections on stop-start rupture in the 2016 Central Italy seismic sequence2018
Dr Max Wilkinson
Low-cost GNSS as a tool for near real-time monitoring of volcanic surface deformation using bespoke geodetic networks.2018
Dr Max Wilkinson
Surface ruptures following the 30 October 2016 Mw 6.5 Norcia earthquake, central Italy2018
Dr Max Wilkinson
A comparison of terrestrial laser scanning and structure-from-motion photogrammetry as methods for digital outcrop acquisition2017
Dr Max Wilkinson
An example of slip on a capable fault: Near-field co-seismic deformation of the 30th October Central Italy earthquake (6.6 Mw) measured using low-cost GNSS.2017
Dr Max Wilkinson
Near-field fault slip of the 2016 Vettore Mw 6.6 earthquake (Central Italy) measured using low-cost GNSS2017
Dr Max Wilkinson
Orogen-scale uplift in the central Italian Apennines drives episodic behaviour of earthquake faults2017
Dr Max Wilkinson
Surface faulting during the August 24, 2016, central Italy earthquake (Mw 6.0): preliminary results2016
Dr Max Wilkinson
Slip distributions on active normal faults measured from LiDAR and field mapping of geomorphic offsets: an example from L'Aquila, Italy, and implications for modelling seismic moment release2015
Dr Max Wilkinson
The tectonic geomorphology of bedrock scarps on active normal faults in the Italian Apennines mapped using combined ground penetrating radar and terrestrial laser scanning2015