Vedran Lekic, Ph.D.

2009 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Vedran Lekic"
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Barbara Romanowicz grad student 2009 UC Berkeley
 (Inferring the elastic structure of the Earth's mantle using the spectral element method.)
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Reeves Z, Lekić V, Schmerr N, et al. (2015) Lithospheric structure across the California Continental Borderland from receiver functions Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Ford HA, Fischer KM, Lekic V. (2014) Localized shear in the deep lithosphere beneath the san andreas fault system Geology. 42: 295-298
Triana SA, Zimmerman DS, Nataf HC, et al. (2014) Helioseismology in a bottle: Modal acoustic velocimetry New Journal of Physics. 16
Hopper E, Ford HA, Fischer KM, et al. (2014) The lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary and the tectonic and magmatic history of the northwestern United States Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 402: 69-81
Lekić V, Fischer KM. (2014) Contrasting lithospheric signatures across the western United States revealed by Sp receiver functions Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 402: 90-98
French S, Lekic V, Romanowicz B. (2013) Waveform tomography reveals channeled flow at the base of the oceanic asthenosphere. Science (New York, N.Y.). 342: 227-30
Lekic V, Cottaar S, Dziewonski A, et al. (2012) Cluster analysis of global lower mantle tomography: A new class of structure and implications for chemical heterogeneity Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 357: 68-77
Lekic V, French SW, Fischer KM. (2011) Lithospheric thinning beneath rifted regions of Southern California. Science (New York, N.Y.). 334: 783-7
Lekic V, Romanowicz B. (2011) Tectonic regionalization without a priori information: A cluster analysis of upper mantle tomography Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 308: 151-160
Dziewonski AM, Lekic V, Romanowicz BA. (2010) Mantle Anchor Structure: An argument for bottom up tectonics Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 299: 69-79
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