Fred Noel Spiess

Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
"Fred Noel Spiess"

(1919 - 2006)

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Emilio Segrè grad student 1951 UC Berkeley
 (Some short-lived alpha emitters in the neighborhood of polonium 211)
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Chadwell CD, Spiess FN. (2008) Plate motion at the ridge-transform boundary of the south Cleft segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge from GPS-Acoustic data Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 113
Sweeney AD, Chadwell CD, Hildebrand JA, et al. (2005) Centimeter-level positioning of seafloor acoustic transponders from a deeply-towed interrogator Marine Geodesy. 28: 39-70
Gagnon K, Chadwell D, Spiess FN. (2005) Evolving method to measure seafloor plate tectonic motions Sea Technology. 46: 49-52
Becker K, Davis EE, Spiess FN, et al. (2004) Temperature and video logs from the upper oceanic crust, Holes 504B and 896A, Costa Rica Rift flank: Implications for the permeability of upper oceanic crust Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 222: 881-896
Stephen RA, Spiess FN, Collins JA, et al. (2003) Ocean seismic network pilot experiment Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 4
Spiess FN. (2003) The 1960's: Technology pushes ocean research Oceans Conference Record (Ieee). 5: P2720
Collins JA, Vernon FL, Orcutt JA, et al. (2001) Broadband seismology in the oceans: Lessons from the Ocean seismic network pilot experiment Geophysical Research Letters. 28: 49-52
Stephen RA, Collins JA, Peal KR, et al. (1999) Seafloor seismic stations perform well in study Eos. 80: 592
Chadwell CD, Hildebrand JA, Spiess FN, et al. (1999) No spreading across the southern Juan de Fuca ridge axial cleft during 1994-1996 Geophysical Research Letters. 26: 2525-2528
Land LA, Paull CK, Spiess FN. (1999) Abyssal erosion and scarp retreat: Deep Tow observations of the Blake Escarpment and Blake Spur Marine Geology. 160: 63-83
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