Salles, Tristan; Flament, Nicolas; Muller, R. Dietmar
Recent studies of the past eastern Australian landscape from present-day longitudinal river profiles and from mantle flow models suggest that the interaction of plate motion with mantle convection accounts for the two ...
Cao, Wenchao; Zahirovic, Sabin; Flament, Nicolas; Williams, Simon E; Golonka, Jan; Muller, R. Dietmar
Paleogeographic reconstructions are important to understand Earth's tectonic evolution, past eustatic and regional sea level change, paleoclimate and ocean circulation, deep Earth resources and to constrain and interpret ...
Ding, Xuesong; Salles, Tristan B; Flament, Nicolas; Rey, Patrice F
The sedimentary architecture at continental margins reflects the interplay between the rate of change of accommodation creation (δA) and the rate of change of sediment supply (δS). Stratigraphic interpretation increasingly ...
Gurnis, Michael; Yang, Ting; Cannon, John S; Turner, Mark; Williams, Simon E; Flament, Nicolas; Muller, R. Dietmar
Traditional plate reconstruction methodologies do not allow for plate deformation to be considered. Here we present software to construct and visualize global tectonic reconstructions with deforming plates within the context ...
Muller, R. Dietmar; Flament, Nicolas; Matthews, Kara J; Williams, Simon E; Gurnis, Michael
Passive margin highlands occur on most continents on Earth and play a critical role in the cycle of weathering, erosion, and atmospheric circulation. Yet, in contrast to the well-developed understanding of collisional ...
Cao, Xianzhi; Flament, Nicolas; Muller, R. Dietmar; Li, Shanzhong
Some changes in the topography of eastern China since Late Jurassic times cannot be well explained by lithospheric deformation. Here we analyze global mantle flow models to investigate how mantle-driven long-wavelength ...
Zahirovic, Sabin; Matthews, Kara J; Flament, Nicolas; Muller, R. Dietmar; Hill, Kevin C; Seton, Maria; Gurnis, Michaell
The breakup of Pangea in the Jurassic saw the opening of major ocean basins at the expense of older Tethyan and Pacific oceanic plates. Although the Tethyan seafloor spreading history has been lost to subduction, proxy ...
Muller, R. Dietmar; Hassan, Rakib; Gurnis, Michael; Flament, Nicolas; Williams, Simon E
Even though it is well accepted that the Earth's surface topography has been affected by mantle-convection induced dynamic topography, its magnitude and time-dependence remain controversial. The dynamic influence to ...
Zahirovic, Sabin; Flament, Nicolas; Muller, R. Dietmar; Seton, Maria; Gurnis, Michael
The Sundaland continental promontory, as the core of Southeast Asia, is one of the lowest lying continental regions, with half of the continental area presently inundated by a shallow sea. The role of mantle convection in ...
Cao, Wenchao; Flament, Nicolas; Zahirovic, Sabin; Williams, Simon E; Muller, R. Dietmar
Global sea level change can be inferred from sequence stratigraphic and continental flooding data. These methods reconstruct sea level from peri-cratonic and cratonic basins that are assumed to be tectonically stable and ...
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