Geophysical evidence from the MELT area for compositional controls on oceanic plates
In the first joint interpretation of data from the landmark MELT study, a team of scientists including myself, found unexpected changes in the patterns of seismic velocity and electrical conductivity near the East Pacific Rise, changes due to dehydration and cooling.
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Brown faculty collaborators:Greg Hirth
Other project collaborators:Rob. L. Evans, Greg Hirth, Kiyoshi Baba, Alan Chave, Randall Mackie
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