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Donald Forsyth
Donald Forsyth
Professor of Geological Sciences, Brown University
Verified email at brown.edu
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On the relative importance of the driving forces of plate motion
D Forsyth, S Uyeda
Geophysical Journal International 43 (1), 163-200, 1975
18011975
An improved method for determining the regional stress tensor using earthquake focal mechanism data: application to the San Fernando earthquake sequence
JW Gephart, DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 89 (B11), 9305-9320, 1984
15991984
Subsurface loading and estimates of the flexural rigidity of continental lithosphere
DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 90 (B14), 12623-12632, 1985
6301985
The early structural evolution and anisotropy of the oceanic upper mantle
DW Forsyth
Geophysical Journal International 43 (1), 103-162, 1975
5601975
Optimization of endmembers for spectral mixture analysis
S Tompkins, JF Mustard, CM Pieters, DW Forsyth
Remote sensing of environment 59 (3), 472-489, 1997
4841997
Gravity anomalies of the ridge-transform system in the South Atlantic between 31 and 34.5 S: Upwelling centers and variations in crustal thickness
BY Kuo, DW Forsyth
Marine Geophysical Researches 10, 205-232, 1988
4771988
The anisotropic structure of the upper mantle in the Pacific
CE Nishimura, DW Forsyth
Geophysical Journal International 96 (2), 203-229, 1989
4461989
Effective elastic plate thickness beneath the East African and Afar plateaus and dynamic compensation of the uplifts
CJ Ebinger, TD Bechtel, DW Forsyth, CO Bowin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B3), 2883-2901, 1989
3791989
Fault plane solutions and tectonics of the South Atlantic and Scotia Sea
DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (11), 1429-1443, 1975
3501975
Earthquakes and bending of plates at trenches
WM Chapple, DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 84 (B12), 6729-6749, 1979
3431979
Imaging the deep seismic structure beneath a mid-ocean ridge: The MELT experiment
TMS Team
Science 280 (5367), 1215-1218, 1998
3411998
Three‐dimensional flow and temperature perturbations due to a transform offset: Effects on oceanic crustal and upper mantle structure
JP Morgan, DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 93 (B4), 2955-2966, 1988
3351988
Geochemical constraints on initial and final depths of melting beneath mid‐ocean ridges
Y Shen, DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B2), 2211-2237, 1995
3111995
Evidence for an upper mantle plume beneath the Tanzanian craton from Rayleigh wave tomography
DS Weeraratne, DW Forsyth, KM Fischer, AA Nyblade
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B9), 2003
2762003
Geophysical evidence from the MELT area for compositional controls on oceanic plates
RL Evans, G Hirth, K Baba, D Forsyth, A Chave, R Mackie
Nature 437 (7056), 249-252, 2005
2692005
Array analysis of two-dimensional variations in surface wave phase velocity and azimuthal anisotropy in the presence of multipathing interference
DW Forsyth, A Li, A Levander, G Nolet
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 157, 81, 2005
2502005
Phase velocities of Rayleigh waves in the MELT experiment on the East Pacific Rise
DW Forsyth, SC Webb, LRM Dorman, Y Shen
Science 280 (5367), 1235-1238, 1998
2451998
Variations in effective elastic thickness of the North American lithosphere
TD Bechtel, DW Forsyth, VL Sharpton, RAF Grieve
Nature 343 (6259), 636-638, 1990
2251990
Regional tomographic inversion of the amplitude and phase of Rayleigh waves with 2-D sensitivity kernels
Y Yang, DW Forsyth
Geophysical Journal International 166 (3), 1148-1160, 2006
2172006
A sea-floor spreading event captured by seismometers
M Tolstoy, JP Cowen, ET Baker, DJ Fornari, KH Rubin, TM Shank, ...
Science 314 (5807), 1920-1922, 2006
2162006
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