Heather A. Ford
Heather A. Ford
Assistant Professor of Geophysics, University of California - Riverside
E-mail megerősítve itt: ucr.edu - Kezdőlap
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The lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary
KM Fischer, HA Ford, DL Abt, CA Rychert
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 38, 551-575, 2010
3542010
North American lithospheric discontinuity structure imaged by Ps and Sp receiver functions
DL Abt, KM Fischer, SW French, HA Ford, H Yuan, B Romanowicz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B9), 2010
2972010
The lithosphere–asthenosphere boundary and cratonic lithospheric layering beneath Australia from Sp wave imaging
HA Ford, KM Fischer, DL Abt, CA Rychert, LT Elkins-Tanton
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 300 (3-4), 299-310, 2010
1592010
The seismic mid-lithosphere discontinuity
K Selway, H Ford, P Kelemen
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 414, 45-57, 2015
1352015
The lithosphere–asthenosphere boundary and the tectonic and magmatic history of the northwestern United States
E Hopper, HA Ford, KM Fischer, V Lekic, MJ Fouch
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 402, 69-81, 2014
732014
Midlithospheric discontinuities and complex anisotropic layering in the mantle lithosphere beneath the Wyoming and Superior Provinces
HA Ford, MD Long, EA Wirth
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (9), 6675-6697, 2016
352016
Lowermost mantle flow at the eastern edge of the African Large Low Shear Velocity Province
HA Ford, MD Long, X He, C Lynner
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 420, 12-22, 2015
352015
Localized shear in the deep lithosphere beneath the San Andreas fault system
HA Ford, KM Fischer, V Lekic
Geology 42 (4), 295-298, 2014
332014
Deformation in the lowermost mantle beneath Australia from observations and models of seismic anisotropy
N Creasy, MD Long, HA Ford
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (7), 5243-5267, 2017
152017
A regional test of global models for flow, rheology, and seismic anisotropy at the base of the mantle
HA Ford, MD Long
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 245, 71-75, 2015
152015
Thin lithosphere beneath the central Appalachian Mountains: A combined seismic and magnetotelluric study
RL Evans, MH Benoit, MD Long, J Elsenbeck, HA Ford, J Zhu, X Garcia
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 519, 308-316, 2019
102019
The seismic signature of lithospheric deformation beneath eastern North America due to Grenville and Appalachian orogenesis
MD Long, HA Ford, L Abrahams, EA Wirth
Lithosphere 9 (6), 987-1001, 2017
82017
Evidence for lithospheric loss beneath the Appalachians along the MAGIC line
RL Evans, MH Benoit, MD Long, J Elsenbeck, HA Ford
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, T42D-07, 2016
42016
Modification of lithospheric structure beneath Connecticut via subduction, terrane accretion, and rifting: Insights from the SEISConn experiment
M Long, JC Aragon, X Yang, H Gao, G Goldhagen, H Ford, YD Kuiper
Northeastern Section-54th Annual Meeting-2019, 2019
32019
Characterizing lithospheric structure beneath Connecticut using Sp receiver functions
G Goldhagen, HA Ford, MD Long
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, T41D-0288, 2019
22019
The lithospheric architecture of Australia from seismic receiver functions
A Birkey, HA Ford, P Dabney, G Goldhagen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 126 (4), e2020JB020999, 2021
12021
Modification of lithospheric structure via subduction, terrane accretion, and rifting: Preliminary results from the SEISConn broadband experiment, Connecticut, USA
MD Long, JC Aragon, HA Ford, G Goldhagen, X Yang, H Gao, YD Kuiper
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, DI43A-07, 2018
12018
Structure of the crust and upper mantle across northern Connecticut: Preliminary results from the SEISConn experiment
M Long, JC Aragon, H Ford, G Goldhagen, X Yang, H Gao, Y Kuiper
Northeastern Section-53rd Annual Meeting-2018, 2018
12018
Evidence for Stress Localization Caused by Lithospheric Heterogeneity from Seismic Attenuation
Z Zhu, M Bezada, JS Byrnes, H Ford
2021
Monitoring Human Activity at a Very Local Scale with Ground‐Motion Records: The Early Stage of COVID‐19 Pandemic in California, USA, New York City, USA, and Mexicali, Mexico
B Wu, R Douilly, HA Ford, G Funning, HY Lee, S Niyogi, M Mendoza, ...
Seismological Research Letters, 2021
2021
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