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Geophysics Faculty Publications 2014-2010

Bruce Douglas

Douglas, B.J., Osterloo, M, and Finkelstein, D., Structural analysis of the Warner Valley extensional basin, south-central Oregon: Strain quantification using field and remote sensing data sets, Journal of Structural Geology, 35pp., 12 figures (worked with student to take MS thesis material and create journal manuscript).

Douglas, B.J, Hultberg, J., McWilliams, C., and Stern, C. Perturbation in lithospheric stress due to subduction of the Chile Rise: (to be submitted to Tectonics).

Crosby, C.J., Douglas, B.J., Carr, S. and Phillips, D.A. Experiences and Insights from Introducing Terrestrial Laser Scannin (TLS) to Geology Field Courses. GSA 125th Anniversary Meeting Program and Abstract volume, 2013 Denver, Colorado.

Pratt-Sitaula, B.A., Butler, R.F., Whitman, J.M., Granshaw, F.D., Lillie, R.J., Hunter, N., Cronin, V.S., Resor, P.G., Olds, S.E., Miller, M.S., Walker, R. and Douglas, B.J. 2013. 23C-04. Innovations in making EarthScope science and data accessible (Invited) Abstract 23C-04 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 9-13 Dec.

Douglas, B.J., Ripley, E.M. and Suttner, L.J. Indiana University Geologic Field Programs Based in Montana: G429 and Other Field Courses, a Balance of Traditions and Innovations, Geologic Society of America Special Paper, Field Geology Education: Historical Perspectives and Modern Approaches, Whitmeyer, S., Mogk, D., and Pyle, E. Editors, 16 p., 5 Tables, 9 Figures.

Douglas, B.J. and Dull, K. Analysis of Cenozoic basin bounding faults, Southwestern Montana (in prep). J. Structural Geology, 19 pp., 10 figures, (wrote text and created figures based on Dull’s M.S. thesis and previous unpublished regional work).

Douglas, B.J., Foust, M. and Taylor, D. Sandbox analog model for erosion in fold and thrust mountain belts, 15 pp., 5 figures, (wrote text and created figures).

Douglas, B.J. and McWilliams, C. (submitted). Estimation of activation energies for olivine from xenoliths from southernmost South America. J. Structural Geology 14 pp., 3 figures, 2 tables.

Douglas, B.J. and Moore, E.A. Investigating lithospheric coupling across the Nazca/Antarctic and South American plate boundary in the vicinity of the Chile Rise Triple junction using finite-element models, (wrote text and refined interpretations from M.S. thesis material of E.A. Moore).

Osterloo, M., Douglas, B.J. and Finkelstein, D. Structural analysis of the Warner Valley extensional basin, south-central Oregon: Strain quantification using field and remote sensing data sets, 35pp., 12 figures (worked with student to take MS thesis material and create journal manuscript).

Michael Hamburger

Galgana, G.A., Newman, A.V., Hamburger, M.W. and R. Solidum 2014. Geodetic Observations and Modeling of Time-varying Deformation at Taal Volcano, Philippines, J. Volc. Geotherm. Res. 271:11-23.

Nowicki, M.A., Wald, D.J., Hamburger, M.W., Hearne, M. and Thompson, E.M. 2014. Development of a Globally Applicable Model for Near Real-Time Prediction of Seismically Induced Landslides, Engineering Geology, in press.

Hamburger, M.W. Big Red Goes Green! Indiana University’s Emerging Sustainability Initiative, Assn. Adv. Sustainability in Higher Ed., Symposium volume.

Hamburger, M.W. and Fuente, D. Navigating Theory and Practice: Indiana University’s Summer Program in Sustainability Amer. Assn. Sustainability in Higher Ed., Symposium volume.

Hamburger, M.W. , Green Campus, Green Future, Research & Creative Activity, 13:1, 2-4.

Hamburger, M.W., Kopnichev, Y., Levshin, A., Martynov, V., Mikhailova, N., Molnar, P., Richards, P.G., Roecker, S., Simpson, D., Tucker, B.E. and Wesson, R. 2008. In Memoriam: Vitaly Ivanovich Khalturin (1927-2007), Seism. Res. Lett., 78:6, 577–578.

Hamburger, M.W. Big Red Goes Green! Indiana University’s Emerging Sustainability Initiative, Assn. Adv. Sustainability in Higher Ed., Symposium volume.

Hamburger, M.W., and Fuente, D. Navigating Theory and Practice: Indiana University’s Summer Program in Sustainability Amer. Assn. Sustainability in Higher Ed., Symposium volume.

Hamburger, M.W., Green Campus, Green Future, Research & Creative Activity, 13:1, 2-4.

Kaj Johnson

Johnson, K.M. 2013. Is stress accumulating on the creeping section of the San Andreas fault?. Geophysical Research Letters 40(23):6101-6105.

Field, E.H., Biasi, G.P., Bird, P., Dawson, T.E., Felzer, K.R., Jackson, D.D., Johnson K.M. and Zeng, Y. 2013. Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast, Version 3 (UCERF3)–The Time-Independent Model. US Geological Survey Open-File Report 1165 (2013).

Chuang, R.Y., Johnson, K.M., Wu, Y.M., Ching, K.E. and Kuo, L.C. 2013. A midcrustal ramp-fault structure beneath the Taiwan tectonic wedge illuminated by the 2013 Nantou earthquake series. Geophysical Research Letters 40(19):5080-5084.

Johnson, K.M., Shelly, D.R. and Bradley, A.M. 2013. Simulations of tremor-related creep reveal a weak crustal root of the San Andreas Fault. Geophysical Research Letters 40(7):1300-1305.

Yang, Y.R., Johnson, K.M. and Chuang, R.Y. 2013. Inversion for absolute deviatoric crustal stress using focal mechanisms and coseismic stress changes: The 2011 M9 Tohoku-oki, Japan, earthquake. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118(10):5516-5529.

Johnson, K.M. 2013. Slip rates and off-fault deformation in Southern California inferred from GPS data and models. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118(10):5643-5664.

Johnson, K.M., Shelly, D.R. and Bradley, A.M. 2013. Simulations of tremor-related creep reveal a weak crustal root of the San Andreas Fault, Geophys. Res. Lett. 40. DOI

Johnson, K.M., Fukuda, J. and Segall, P. 2012. Challenging the rate-state asperity model: Afterslip following the 2011 M9 Tohoku-oki, Japan, earthquake. Geophys. Res. Lett. 39:L20302. DOI

Huang, W.-J. and Johnson, K.M. 2012. Strain accumulation across strike-slip faults: Investigation of the influence of laterally varying lithospheric properties, J. Geophys. Res.DOI

Gary Pavlis

Liu, X. and Pavlis, G.L. 2013. Appraising the reliability of converted wavefield imaging; application to USArray imaging of the 410–km discontinuity. Geophysical Journal International 192/(3):1240-1254. DOI

Pavlis, G.L., Sigloch, K., Burdick, S., Fouch, M. and Vernon, F.L. 2012. Unraveling the geometry of the Farallon Plate: Synthesis of three–dimensional imaging results from USArray. Tectonophysics 532-535:82-12. DOI

Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Three–dimensional wavefield imaging of broadband seismic array data. Computers and Geosciences 37:1054-1066. DOI

Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Three–dimensional wavefield imaging of data from the USArray: New constraints on the geometry of the Farallon slab/ Geosphere 7:785-801.

Hamburger, M.W., Shoemaker, K., Horton, S., DeShon, H., Withers, M., Pavlis, G.L., and Sherrill, E. 2011. Aftershocks of the 2008 Mt. Carmel, Illinois, earthquake; evidence for conjugate faulting near the termination of the Wabash Valley fault system. Seism. Res. Lett. 82(85):735-747.

Morozov, I. and Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Management of large seismic datasets: I. Automated building and updating using BREQ_FAST and NetDC. Seism. Res. Lett. 82(2):211-221.

Morozov, I. and Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Management of large seismic datasets: II. Data center type operations. Seism. Res. Lett. 82(2):222-226.

Anchieta, M.C., Wolfe, C.J., Pavlis, G.L., Vernon, F.L., Eakins, J., Solomon, S.C., Laske, G. and Collins, J.A. 2011. Seismicity around the Hawaiian Islands recorded by the plume seismometer networks; insights into faulting near Maui, Molokai, and Oahu. Bull. Seism. Soc. Amer. 101(4):1742-1758.

Pavlis, G.L. and Vernon, F.L. 2010. Array processing of teleseismic body waves with the USArray. Computers and Geosciences 36(7):910-920.

Burdick, S., van der Hilst, R.D., Vernon, F.L., Martynov, V., Cox, T., Eakins, J., Karasu, G., Tytell, J., Astiz, L. and Pavlis, G.L. 2010. Model update January 2010; upper mantle heterogeneity beneath North America from P-wave travel time tomography with global and USArray transportable array data. Seism. Res. Lett. 81(5):689-693. DOI

Bob Wintsch

Bothner, W. Kane, P., Stoesz, E., Sorota, K., Laird, J., Hussey, A., Dorais M. Wintsch, R., Hepburn, C., and Kunk, M., 2014. Ages of the Rye complex, coastal N.H.: A deformational history slowly revealed. In Thompson, M.D., 2014, Guidebook to field trips on southeastern New England (MA-NH-RI), p A2-1 – A2-20.

Fetherston, D.B., Murray, D.P., and Wintsch, R.P., 2014. Alleghanian metamorphism of the southern narragansett basin, R.I.: Hinged burial and exhumation, in Thompson, M., NEIGC. In Thompson, M.D., 2014, Guidebook to field trips on southerastern New England (MA-NH-RI), p B5-1 – B5-20.

Gillis, K.M., Snow, J.E., Klaus, A., Guerin, G., Abe, N., Akizawa, N., Ceuleneer, G., Cheadle, M.J., Adrião, Á., Faak, K., Falloon, T.J., Friedman, S.A., Godard, M.M., Harigane, Y., Horst, A.J., Hoshide, T., Ildefonse, B., Jean, M.M., John, B.E., Koepke, J.H., Machi, S., Maeda, J., Marks, N.E., McCaig, A.M., Meyer, R., Morris, A., Nozaka, T., Python, M., Saha, A., and Wintsch, R.P., 2014. Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program; Hess Deep plutonic crust; exploring the plutonic crust at a fast-spreading ridge; new drilling at Hess Deep; Expedition 345 of the riserless drilling platform; Puntarenas, Costa Rica, to Balboa, Panama; Site U1415, 11 December 2012-12 February 2013, Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (Online)345(2014): variously paginated.

Wintsch, R.P., and Li, X-h., 2014. Hf and O isotopic evidence for metamorphic crystallization of zircon during contact metamorphism of Fenniaolin metabasalts, Tananao complex, Taiwan. Lithos 205:142-147. DOI

Yeh, M-W, Wintsch, R.P., Liu, Y-C., Lo, C-H., Chung, S-L., Lin, Y-L., Lee, T-Y., Wang, Y-C. and Stokes, M.R. 2014. Evidence for Cool Extrusion of the North Indochina Block Along the Ailao Shan Red River Shear Zone, a Diancang Shan prospective. Journal of Geology 122(5):567-590. DOI

Wintsch, R.P., Yi, K. and Dorais, M.J. 2014. Crustal Thickening by Tectonic Wedging in Southern New England, USA: Evidence from Cataclastic Zircon Microstructures and U-Pb ages. Journal of structural Geology 69:428-448. DOI

Dorais, M.J., Wintsch, R.P., Kunk, M.J., Aleinikoff, J.N., Burton, W., Underdown, C. and Kerwin, C.M. 2013. P-T-t conditions, Nd and Pb isotopic compositions and detrital zircon geochronology of the Massabesic Gneiss Complex, New Hampshire: Isotopic and metamorphic evidence or the identification of Gander Basement, Central New England: American Journal of Science 312:1049-1097.

Proctor, B.P., McAleer, R., Wintsch, R.P. and Kunk, M.J. 2013. Post Taconic Tilting and an Acadian Structural Overprint of the Classic Barrovian Sequence in Dutchess County, New York, Am. Jour. Science 313:649-682.

Growdon, M.L., Wintsch, R.P. and Kunk, M.J. 2013. Telescoping metamorphic isograds: Evidence from 40Ar/39Ar dating in the Orange-Milford complex, southern Connecticut. American Journal of Science 313:1017-1053.

McWilliams, C.K., Kunk, M.J., Wintsch, R.P. and Bish, D.L. 2013. Determining ages of multiple muscovite-bearing foliations in phyllonites using the 40Ar/39Ar step heating method: Applications to the Alleghanian Orogeny in Central New England. American Journal of Science 313:996-1016.

Wintsch, R.P. and Yeh, M-W. 2013. Oscillating brittle and viscous behavior through the earthquake cycle in the Red River Shear Zone: Reaction and textural softening and hardening. Tectonophysics 587. DOI

Ghanem, H., Kunk, M., Ludman, A., Bish, D., Wintsch, R.P. and Biasi, J. 2013. 40Ar/39Ar Evidence for Late Devonian Deformation in the Chester shear zone, East Central Maine in 2013 NEIGC Guidebook for Field Trips in North Central Maine, In Hanson, L.S., ed. 105th Annual Meeting, Mellinocket, ME, p. 99-124.

Brian Yanites

Yanites, B.J. and Ehlers, T.A. (in press) Intermittent glacial sliding velocities explain long-timescale variations in denudation, SW British Columbia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. DOI

Forte, A.M., Yanites, B.J. and Whipple, K.X. 2016. Complexities of landscape evolution during incision through layered stratigraphy with contrasts in rock strength. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms. DOI

Ehlers, T.A., Szameitat, A., Enkelmann, E., Yanites, B.J. and Woodsworth G.J. 2015. Identifying spatial variations in glacial catchment erosion with detrital thermochronology. J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf.120. DOI

Yanites, B.J. and Kesler, S.E. 2015. A climate signal in exhumation patterns revealed by porphyry copper deposits. Nature Geoscience 8(6):462-465.

Jeffery, M.L., Yanites, B.J., Poulsen, C.J. and Ehlers, T.A. 2014. Vegetation-precipitation controls on Central Andean topography. J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf. 119. DOI