Gary T. Jarvis

Affiliations: 
Earth Science York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Planetary Physics
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Dan Peter McKenzie grad student 1978 Cambridge
 (Convection in infinite Prandtl number compressible fluids.)
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Hosein Shahnas M, Lowman JP, Jarvis GT, et al. (2008) Convection in a spherical shell heated by an isothermal core and internal sources: Implications for the thermal state of planetary mantles Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. 168: 6-15
Shahnas MH, Jarvis GT. (2007) On the relative importance of mineral phase transitions and viscosity stratification in controlling the sinking rates of detached slab remnants Geophysical Research Letters. 34
Ghias SR, Jarvis GT. (2007) Mantle flow reversals in cylindrical Earth models Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. 165: 194-207
Koglin DE, Ghias SR, King SD, et al. (2005) Mantle convection with reversing mobile plates: A benchmark study Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 6
Lowman JP, Jarvis GT. (1999) Effects of mantle heat source distribution on supercontinent stability Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 104: 12733-12746
Lowman JP, Jarvis GT. (1996) Continental collisions in wide aspect ratio and high rayleigh number two-dimensional mantle convection models Journal of Geophysical Research B: Solid Earth. 101: 25485-25497
Jarvis GT, Mckenzie DP. (1980) Convection in a compressible fluid with infinite Prandtl number Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 96: 515-583
Jarvis GT, McKenzie DP. (1980) Sedimentary basin formation with finite extension rates Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 48: 42-52
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