Current affiliation: The University of MemphisSubject: Earth And Planetary SciencesPrimary location: United States
Published in:Earth and Planetary Science LettersPublication date:2015-07-01
Published in:TectonophysicsPublication date:2015-08-01
One way of creating faults or shear bands in tectonic modeling (simulation of the formation and evolution of geological structures, usually of a la...
Published in:Computers & GeosciencesPublication date:2015-06-01
DynEarthSol3D (http://bitbucket.org/tan2/dynearthsol3d/) is an open-source code for geodynamic simulation. To make this code applicable to challeng...
Published in:TectonicsPublication date:2011-11-09
ONE-SIDED TRANSFORM BASINS
Published in:Journal of Geophysical Research AtmospheresPublication date:2012-04-01
RIDER BLOCKS AND FAULT STRENGTH
Published in:Geophysical Research LettersPublication date:2013-08-07
CORE COMPLEX GEOMETRY AND FAULT STRENGTH
Published in:Journal of GlaciologyPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Journal of Structural GeologyPublication date:2015-06-01
Published in:Scientific ReportsPublication date:2016-02-17
Baekdusan is a volcano on the border between North Korea and China with a history of eruptions that affected a broad region. North Korea has been d...
Published in:Journal of Geophysical Research Solid EarthPublication date:2013-05-01
Published in:Geophysical Research LettersPublication date:2010-08-01
RIDGE AXIAL MORPHOLOGY AND MANTLE VISCOSITY
Published in:Earth and Planetary Science LettersPublication date:2008-05-01
Published in:Physics of The Earth and Planetary InteriorsPublication date:2008-12-01
Published in:Geochemistry Geophysics GeosystemsPublication date:2006-06-01
GEOFRAMEWORK-MANTLE CONVECTION MODELS
Published in:Geophysical Research LettersPublication date:2003-01-01
DEFORMATION OF LITHOSPHERE WITH WEAK ZONES
Published in:Earth and Planetary Science LettersPublication date:2017-01-01
Magma injection in the form of dikes accommodates a portion of the separation of tectonic plates at mid-ocean ridges. The rest of plate motions are...