Donald Forsyth
Donald Forsyth
Professor of Geological Sciences, Brown University
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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
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
Subsurface loading and estimates of the flexural rigidity of continental lithosphere
DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 90 (B14), 12623-12632, 1985
The early structural evolution and anisotropy of the oceanic upper mantle
DW Forsyth
Geophysical Journal International 43 (1), 103-162, 1975
Optimization of endmembers for spectral mixture analysis
S Tompkins, JF Mustard, CM Pieters, DW Forsyth
Remote sensing of environment 59 (3), 472-489, 1997
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
The anisotropic structure of the upper mantle in the Pacific
CE Nishimura, DW Forsyth
Geophysical Journal International 96 (2), 203-229, 1989
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
Fault plane solutions and tectonics of the South Atlantic and Scotia Sea
DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research 80 (11), 1429-1443, 1975
Earthquakes and bending of plates at trenches
WM Chapple, DW Forsyth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 84 (B12), 6729-6749, 1979
Imaging the deep seismic structure beneath a mid-ocean ridge: The MELT experiment
TMS Team
Science 280 (5367), 1215-1218, 1998
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
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
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
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
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
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
Variations in effective elastic thickness of the North American lithosphere
TD Bechtel, DW Forsyth, VL Sharpton, RAF Grieve
Nature 343 (6259), 636-638, 1990
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
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
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