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2019
Chesley C., Key K, Constable S, Behrens J., MacGregor L..  2019.  Crustal cracks and frozen flow in oceanic lithosphere inferred from electrical anisotropy.
2018
Zhou Q., Hu J.S, Liu L.J, Chaparro T., Stegman DR, Faccenda M..  2018.  Western US seismic anisotropy revealing complex mantle dynamics. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 500:156-167.
2017
Liu X.J, Liang Q.D, Li Z.L, Castillo P.R, Shi Y., Xu J.F, Huang X.L, Liao S., Huang W.L, Wu W.N.  2017.  Origin of Permian extremely high Ti/Y mafic lavas and dykes from Western Guangxi, SW China: Implications for the Emeishan mantle plume magmatism. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 141:97-111.
Buehler J.S, Shearer PM.  2017.  Uppermost mantle seismic velocity structure beneath USArray. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 122:436-448.
2015
Petersen R.I, Stegman DR, Tackley P.J.  2015.  A regime diagram of mobile lid convection with plate-like behavior. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. 241:65-76.
Becker T.W, Lowry A.R, Faccenna C., Schmandt B., Borsa A, Yu C.Q.  2015.  Western US intermountain seismicity caused by changes in upper mantle flow. Nature. 524:458-+.
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