Reply to b comments on Earth ’ s heat flux revised and linked to chemistry Q by

@inproceedings{Herzen2005ReplyTB,
  title={Reply to b comments on Earth ’ s heat flux revised and linked to chemistry Q by},
  author={Richard P. von Herzen and Earl Davis and A. G. Timbrell Fisher and Carol A. Stein and Henry N. Pollack and Anne. M. Hofmeister and Robert E. Criss},
  year={2005}
}
The lengthy comment by Von Herzen et al. does not address the most important conclusions of the paper by Hofmeister and Criss [Hofmeister, A.M., Criss, R.E., 2005, Earth’s heat flux revisited and linked to chemistry. Tectonophys. 395, 159–177.]. These are 1) that actual measurements better describe the Earth than do simplistic models with demonstrably unrealistic boundary conditions that diverge markedly from the data; and 2) that the models are unconstrained, resulting in a series of papers… CONTINUE READING

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