• Journal Papers
  1. Fan, Linfeng, P. Lehmann, C. Zheng, and D. Or (2019), Rainfall intensity temporal patterns affect shallow landslide triggering and hazard evolution, Geophysical Research Letters
  2. Fan, Linfeng, P. Lehmann, and D. Or (2017), Load redistribution rules for progressive failure in shallow landslides – threshold mechanical models,Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 228-235. 
  3. Fan, Linfeng, P. Lehmann, B. McArdell, and D. Or (2017), Linking rainfall-induced landslides with debris flows patterns towards catchment scale hazard assessment, Geomorphology, 280, 1-15.
  4. Fan, Linfeng, P. Lehmann, and D. Or (2016), Effects of soil spatial variability at the hillslope and catchment scales on characteristics of rainfall‐induced landslides, Water Resources Research, 52, 1781-1799. 
  5. Fan, Linfeng, P. Lehmann, and D. Or (2015), Effects of hydromechanical loading history and antecedent soil mechanical damage on shallow landslide triggering, Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 120(10), 1990-2015.

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