Sonja Spasojevic, Ph.D.
|2011||Geophysics||California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA|
Area:Geophysics, Continental Dynamics, Plate Tectonics
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|Spasojevic S, Gurnis M. (2012) Sea level and vertical motion of continents from dynamic earth models since the late cretaceous Aapg Bulletin. 96: 2037-2064|
|Gurnis M, Turner M, Zahirovic S, et al. (2012) Plate tectonic reconstructions with continuously closing plates Computers and Geosciences. 38: 35-42|
|Sutherland R, Spasojevic S, Gurnis M. (2010) Mantle upwelling after Gondwana subduction death explains anomalous topography and subsidence histories of eastern New Zealand and west Antarctica Geology. 38: 155-158|
|Spasojevic S, Gurnis M, Sutherland R. (2010) Mantle upwellings above slab graveyards linked to the global geoid lows Nature Geoscience. 3: 435-438|
|Spasojevic S, Gurnis M, Sutherland R. (2010) Inferring mantle properties with an evolving dynamic model of the Antarctica-New Zealand region from the Late Cretaceous Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 115|
|Spasojevic S, Liu L, Gurnis M. (2009) Adjoint models of mantle convection with seismic, plate motion, and stratigraphic constraints: North America since the Late Cretaceous Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 10|
|Liu L, Spasojevic S, Gurnis M. (2008) Reconstructing Farallon plate subduction beneath North America back to the Late Cretaceous. Science (New York, N.Y.). 322: 934-8|