Rebecca M. Flowers
|Geology||University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States|
Area:Geology, Continental Dynamics, Geochemistry
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Flowers, Rebecca Marie A lower crustal perspective on the stabilization and reactivation of continental lithosphere in the western Canadian shield Thesis (Sc. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, 2005.
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|Flowers RM, Farley KA, Ketcham RA. (2016) Response to comment on "A reporting protocol for thermochronologic modeling illustrated with data from the Grand Canyon" Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 441: 213|
|Condit CB, Mahan KH, Ault AK, et al. (2015) Foreland-directed propagation of high-grade tectonism in the deep roots of a paleoproterozoic collisional orogen, SW montana, USA Lithosphere. 7: 625-645|
|Flowers RM, Farley KA, Ketcham RA. (2015) A reporting protocol for thermochronologic modeling illustrated with data from the Grand Canyon Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 432: 425-435|
|Ault AK, Flowers RM, Bowring SA. (2015) Synchroneity of cratonic burial phases and gaps in the kimberlite record: Episodic magmatism or preservational bias? Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 410: 97-104|
|Stanley JR, Flowers RM, Bell DR. (2015) Erosion patterns and mantle sources of topographic change across the southern African Plateau derived from the shallow and deep records of kimberlites Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 16: 3235-3256|
|Flowers RM. (2014) Geomorphology: Tales of topography Nature Geoscience. 7: 483-485|
|Landman RL, Flowers RM. (2013) (U-Th)/He thermochronologic constraints on the evolution of the northern Rio Grande Rift, Gore Range, Colorado, and implications for rift propagation models Geosphere. 9: 170-187|
|Stanley JR, Flowers RM, Bell DR. (2013) Kimberlite (U-Th)/He dating links surface erosion with lithospheric heating, thinning, and metasomatism in the southern African Plateau Geology. 41: 1243-1246|
|Flowers RM, Farley KA. (2013) Response to comments on "apatite 4He/3He and (U-Th)/He evidence for an ancient Grand Canyon" Science. 340: 143c|
|Flowers RM, Royden LH, Bowring SA. (2013) Isostatic Constraints on Lithospheric Thermal Evolution: Application to the Proterozoic Orogen of the Southwestern United States The Rocky Mountain Region: An Evolving Lithosphere: Tectonics, Geochemistry, and Geophysics. 125-138|