• Publications
  • Influence
Prodigious submarine landslides on the Hawaiian Ridge
The extensive area covered by major submarine mass wasting deposits on or near the Hawaiian Ridge has been delimited by systematic mapping of the Hawaiian exclusive economic zone using theExpand
  • 679
  • 53
  • PDF
How old is the Hawaiian biota? Geology and phylogeny suggest recent divergence
This study quantifies long–term landscape changes in the Hawaiian archipelago relating to dispersal, speciation and extinction. Accounting for volcano growth, subsidence and erosion, we modelled theExpand
  • 273
  • 47
  • PDF
Volatiles in Basaltic Glasses from Loihi Seamount, Hawaii: Evidence for a Relatively Dry Plume Component
New H2O, CO2 and S concentration data for basaltic glasses from ‘hotspot’, with temperature differences of 200°C or more between hotter upwelling plumes and the ambient mantle Loihi seamount, Hawaii,Expand
  • 270
  • 42
Volcano growth and evolution of the island of Hawaii
The seven volcanoes comprising the island of Hawaii and its submarine base are, in order of growth, Mahukona, Kohala, Mauna Kea, Hualalai, Mauna Loa, Kilauea, and Loihi. The first four have completedExpand
  • 279
  • 36
Pacific Plate Motion Recorded by Linear Volcanic Chains
Seamounts and islands are quite common features of the deep-ocean basins, particularly the Pacific Basin. A conspicuous but relatively small number of these volcanoes are arranged in long linearExpand
  • 237
  • 23
Degassing History of Water, Sulfur, and Carbon in Submarine Lavas from Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
Major, minor, and dissolved volatile element concentrations were measured in tholeiitic glasses from the submarine portion (Puna Ridge) of the east rift zone of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. DissolvedExpand
  • 230
  • 22
  • PDF
Age and petrology of alkalic postshield and rejuvenated-stage lava from Kauai, Hawaii
At the top of the Waimea Canyon Basalt on the island of Kauai, rare flows of alkalic postshield-stage hawaiite and mugearite overlie tholeiitic flows of the shield stage. These postshield-stage flowsExpand
  • 126
  • 19