Sonja Spasojevic, Ph.D.

2011 Geophysics California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Geophysics, Continental Dynamics, Plate Tectonics
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Michael Gurnis grad student 2011 Caltech
 (Dynamics of long-term sea-level change and vertical motion of continents.)
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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
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