Maxime Mouyen

Associate Professor at Space Geodesy and Geodynamics

Maxime Mouyen is associate professor in geodynamics. His research focuses on geodesy and geophysics, using GNSS, gravimetry and strainmeter to quantify mass redistribution in the earth system. The earth indeed constantly experiences mass redistribution, due to tides, ocean, atmosphere and sediment dynamics. A good evaluation of such mass redistribution will help to evaluate the variations of the stress field in the crust, which is important for assessing seismic hazard.

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Showing 15 publications

2020

Quantifying sediment mass redistribution from joint time-lapse gravimetry and photogrammetry surveys

Maxime Mouyen, Philippe Steer, Kuo-Jen Chang et al
Earth Surface Dynamics
Journal article
2020

Earthquake statistics changed by typhoon-driven erosion

Philippe Steer, Louise Jeandet, Nadaya Cubas et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 10
Journal article
2020

Onsala Space Observatory – IVS Network Station Activities during 2017—2018

Rüdiger Haas, Thomas Hobiger, Gunnar Elgered et al
Report
2019

Monitoring of groundwater redistribution in a karst aquifer using a superconducting gravimeter

Maxime Mouyen, Laurent Longuevergne, Konstantinos Chalikakis et al
E3S Web of Conferences. Vol. 88
Paper in proceedings
2018

Assessing modern river sediment discharge to the ocean using satellite gravimetry

Maxime Mouyen, Laurent Longuevergne, Philippe Steer et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 9 (1)
Journal article
2017

Typhoon-Induced Ground Deformation

Maxime Mouyen, Alexandre Canitano, Benjamin F. Chao et al
Geophysical Research Letters
Journal article
2016

Gravity monitoring of Tatun Volcanic Group activities and inference for underground fluid circulations

Maxime Mouyen, Benjamin F. Chao, Cheinway Hwang et al
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
Journal article
2015

High-resolution gravity and geoid models in Tahiti obtained from new airborne and land gravity observations: data fusion by spectral combination

Hsuan-Chang Shih, Cheinway Hwang, Jean-Pierre Barriot et al
Earth, Planets and Space
Journal article
2014

Investigating possible gravity change rates expected from long-term deep crustal processes in Taiwan

Maxime Mouyen, Martine Simoes, Frédéric Mouthereau et al
Geophysical Journal International
Journal article
2013

Erosion effects assessed by repeated gravity measurements in southern Taiwan

Maxime Mouyen, Frederic Masson, Cheinway Hwang et al
Geophysical Journal International. Vol. 192
Journal article
2013

Evaluating surface and subsurface water storage variations at small time and space scales from relative gravity measurements in semiarid Niger

Julia Pfeffer, Cédric Champollion, Guillaume Favreau et al
Water Resources Research
Journal article
2012

Lithospheric structure of Taiwan from gravity modelling and sequential inversion of seismological and gravity data

Frederic Masson, Maxime Mouyen, Cheinway Hwang et al
Tectonophysics
Journal article
2012

Time-lapse microgravity study of the Strengbach catchment (Vosges mountains, France)

Frederic Masson, Daniel Viville, Marie-Claire Pierret et al
Comptes Rendus - Geoscience
Journal article
2010

Seismic cycle stress change in western Taiwan over the last 270 years

Maxime Mouyen, Rodolphe Cattin, Frederic Masson
Geophysical Research Letters. Vol. 37
Journal article
2009

Expected temporal absolute gravity change across the Taiwanese Orogen, a modeling approach

Maxime Mouyen, Frederic Masson, Cheinway Hwang et al
Journal of Geodynamics. Vol. 48 (3-5)
Journal article

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