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Three‐dimensional seismic structure and physical properties of the crust and shallow mantle beneath the East Pacific Rise at 9°30'N
The seismic structure of the crust and shallow mantle beneath the East Pacific Rise near 9°3O′N is imaged by inverting P wave travel time data. Our tomographic results constrain for the first timeExpand
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Seismic structure of the Iceland mantle plume
Oceanic hotspots are generally accepted to be the manifestations of plumes of hot, upwelling mantle material1,2, but the nature of such flows remains enigmatic. Iceland, for example, is one of theExpand
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Localization of gravity and topography: constraints on the tectonics and mantle dynamics of Venus
SUMMARY We develop a method for spatio-spectral localization of harmonic data on a sphere and use it to interpret recent high-resolution global estimates of the gravity and topography of Venus in theExpand
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Correction to “Localized gravity/topography admittance and correlation spectra on Mars: Implications for regional and global evolution”
[1] In the paper ‘‘Localized gravity/topography admittance and correlation spectra on Mars: Implications for regional and global evolution’’ by Patrick J. McGovern, Sean C. Solomon, David E. Smith,Expand
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Venus tectonics: An overview of Magellan observations
The nearly global radar imaging and altimetry measurements of the surface of Venus obtained by the Magellan spacecraft have revealed that deformational features of a wide variety of styles andExpand
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Internal and Tectonic Evolution of Mercury
Mercury’s geological and internal evolution presents an interesting enigma: are there conditions that allow for both apparently limited radial contraction over the last 4 billion years andExpand
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The distribution and origin of smooth plains on Mercury
[1] Orbital images from the MESSENGER spacecraft show that ~27% of Mercury's surface is covered by smooth plains, the majority (>65%) of which are interpreted to be volcanic in origin. Most smoothExpand
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The curious case of Mercury's internal structure
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA MESSENGER Participating Scientist grant NNX07AR77G)
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Mercury's moment of inertia from spin and gravity data
JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 117, E00L09, doi:10.1029/2012JE004161, 2012 Mercury’s moment of inertia from spin and gravity data Jean-Luc Margot, 1,2 Stanton J. Peale, 3 Sean C. Solomon, 4,5Expand
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Seismic evidence for a lower-mantle origin of the Iceland plume
Iceland, one of the most thoroughly investigated hotspots, is generally accepted to be the manifestation of an upwelling mantle plume. Yet whether the plume originates from the lower mantle or from aExpand
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