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Thermal uplift and erosion across the continent-ocean transform boundary of the southern Exmouth Plateau
Thermal evolution of the continental lithosphere at a continent-ocean transform margin is examined using a two-dimensional heat conduction model. All heating is assumed to result from the emplacementExpand
Inelastic yielding and forebulge shape across a modern foreland basin: North West Shelf of Australia, Timor Sea
The Timor Trough is a modem 'underfilled' fore- land basin created by partial subduction of the outer north west continental shelf of Australia beneath Timor Island in the Outer Banda Arc of easternExpand
Flexural unloading and uplift along the Côte d'Ivoire‐Ghana Transform Margin, equatorial Atlantic
Recent Ocean Drilling Program sampling of the Cote d'Ivoire-Ghana margin of West Africa provides for the first time the opportunity to study the development of a marginal ridge that formed along aExpand
Flexure across a continent–ocean fracture zone: the northern Falkland/Malvinas Plateau, South Atlantic
Abstract Bathymetry, satellite-derived gravity, and interpreted seismic reflection data across the northern Falkland/Malvinas Plateau fossil continent–ocean transform rim may record the degree ofExpand
Integrated seismic and cone penetration test observations at a distressed earthen levee: Marrero, Louisiana, U.S.A.
Abstract Seismic refraction velocity-versus depth models can complement our understanding of natural soils beneath flood protection levees at locations between geotechnical sites. Levee failures inExpand
Benchmark hydrogeophysical data from a physical seismic model
TLDR
Seismic monitoring in a controlled laboratory setting at a nominal scale of 1:1000 in the acoustic frequency range can help improve fluid flow models as well as elasto-granular models for uncompacted saturated-unsaturated soils. Expand
Transform tectonics and thermal rejuvenation on the Côte d’Ivoire-Ghana margin, west Africa
Formation of a pronounced basement ridge along many transform continental margins has been attributed to a variety of processes during continental break-up, including transpressional crustalExpand
SEISMIC STRATIGRAPHY AND TECTONIC EVOLUTION OF THE FALKLAND / MALVINAS PLATEAU *
A new perspective on the geology of the FalklandlMalvinas Plateau (South Atlantic) is derived from a detailed synthesis of 14,000 km of mainly unpublished single-channel and multichannel seismicExpand
Sheared continent–ocean margins: an overview
Abstract Continent–ocean fracture zones are the fossil transform offsets located along passive rifted continental margins. Kinematic models identify at least two principal stages in their evolution.Expand
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