Speaker: Dr Nicolas Flamant (University of Sydney)
Global tectonic reconstructions developed using GPlates can be used as boundary conditions of mantle convection models, to simulate past mantle flow and long-wavelength dynamic
Speaker: Prof. Nicky White (University of Cambridge)
Convective circulation of the Earth’s mantle maintains some fraction of surface topography that varies with space and time.
The role of passive-source seismology in unravelling the tectonic past of the Australian continent: general considerations and a regional example case
Speaker: Dr Anthony Purcell
The recent release of the next-generation global ice history model, ICE6G_C( VM5a) [Peltier et al., 2015] is likely to be of interest to a wide range of disciplines including oc
Geophysical inversion consists of choosing a model parameterization and a function that quantifies the fit of data predictions to observations.