Greg Hirth
Greg Hirth
Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Brown University
E-mail megerősítve itt: brown.edu
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Water in the oceanic upper mantle: implications for rheology, melt extraction and the evolution of the lithosphere
G Hirth, DL Kohlstedt
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 144 (1-2), 93-108, 1996
16281996
Rheology of the upper mantle and the mantle wedge: A view from the experimentalists
G Hirth, D Kohlstedf
Geophysical monograph-american geophysical union 138, 83-106, 2003
12382003
Dislocation creep regimes in quartz aggregates
G Hirth, JAN Tullis
Journal of structural geology 14 (2), 145-159, 1992
12251992
A review of melt migration processes in the adiabatically upwelling mantle beneath oceanic spreading ridges
PB Kelemen, G Hirth, N Shimizu, M Spiegelman, HJ Dick
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1997
6491997
A long in situ section of the lower ocean crust: results of ODP Leg 176 drilling at the Southwest Indian Ridge
HJB Dick, JH Natland, JC Alt, W Bach, D Bideau, JS Gee, S Haggas, ...
Earth and planetary science letters 179 (1), 31-51, 2000
4702000
Experimental constraints on the dynamics of the partially molten upper mantle: Deformation in the diffusion creep regime
G Hirth, DL Kohlstedt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B2), 1981-2001, 1995
4601995
An evaluation of quartzite flow laws based on comparisons between experimentally and naturally deformed rocks
G Hirth, C Teyssier, JW Dunlap
International Journal of Earth Sciences 90 (1), 77-87, 2001
4412001
Experimental constraints on the dynamics of the partially molten upper mantle: 2. Deformation in the dislocation creep regime
G Hirth, DL Kohlstedt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B8), 15441-15449, 1995
3811995
Strength of slightly serpentinized peridotites: Implications for the tectonics of oceanic lithosphere
J Escartin, G Hirth, B Evans
Geology 29 (11), 1023-1026, 2001
3142001
Grain size sensitive deformation mechanisms in naturally deformed peridotites
JM Warren, G Hirth
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248 (1-2), 438-450, 2006
3022006
The brittle‐plastic transition in experimentally deformed quartz aggregates
G Hirth, J Tullis
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B6), 11731-11747, 1994
2831994
Carbon-dioxide-rich silicate melt in the Earth’s upper mantle
R Dasgupta, A Mallik, K Tsuno, AC Withers, G Hirth, MM Hirschmann
Nature 493 (7431), 211-215, 2013
2632013
A few remarks on the kinetics of static grain growth in rocks
B Evans, J Renner, G Hirth
International Journal of Earth Sciences 90 (1), 88-103, 2001
2602001
Diapirs as the source of the sediment signature in arc lavas
MD Behn, PB Kelemen, G Hirth, BR Hacker, HJ Massonne
Nature Geoscience 4 (9), 641-646, 2011
2562011
Geophysical evidence from the MELT area for compositional controls on oceanic plates
RL Evans, G Hirth, K Baba, D Forsyth, A Chave, R Mackie
Nature 437 (7056), 249-252, 2005
2482005
Effects of serpentinization on the lithospheric strength and the style of normal faulting at slow-spreading ridges
J Escartin, G Hirth, B Evans
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 151 (3-4), 181-189, 1997
2341997
A periodic shear-heating mechanism for intermediate-depth earthquakes in the mantle
PB Kelemen, G Hirth
Nature 446 (7137), 787-790, 2007
2282007
Mantle flow, melting, and dehydration of the Iceland mantle plume
G Ito, Y Shen, G Hirth, CJ Wolfe
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 165 (1), 81-96, 1999
2061999
Nondilatant brittle deformation of serpentinites: Implications for Mohr‐Coulomb theory and the strength of faults
J Escartín, G Hirth, B Evans
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B2), 2897-2913, 1997
2031997
Rheologic controls on slab dynamics
MI Billen, G Hirth
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8 (8), 2007
1992007
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