Modeling olivine CPO evolution with complex deformation histories: Implications for the interpretation of seismic anisotropy in the mantle: OLIVINE CPO WITH DEFORMATION HISTORIES

@inproceedings{Boneh2015ModelingOC,
  title={Modeling olivine CPO evolution with complex deformation histories: Implications for the interpretation of seismic anisotropy in the mantle: OLIVINE CPO WITH DEFORMATION HISTORIES},
  author={Yuval Boneh and Luiz Fernando Grafulha Morales and Edouard Kaminski and Philip Alexander Skemer},
  year={2015}
}
Relating seismic anisotropy to mantle flow requires detailed understanding of the development and evolution of olivine crystallographic preferred orientation (CPO). Recent experimental and field studies have shown that olivine CPO evolution depends strongly on the integrated deformation history, which may lead to differences in how the corresponding seismic anisotropy should be interpreted. In this study, two widely used numerical models for CPO evolution—D-Rex and VPSC—are evaluated to further… CONTINUE READING
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