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2-Oct-2016Tectonic evolution of Western Tethys from Jurassic to present day: coupling geological and geophysical data with seismic tomography modelsHosseinpour, Maral; Williams, Simon; Seton, Maria; Barnett-Moore, Nicholas; Muller, R. Dietmar
5-Sep-2018Geodynamic reconstruction of an accreted Cretaceous back-arc basin in the Northern AndesBraz, Carmen; Seton, Maria; Flament, Nicolas; Muller, R. Dietmar
Jan-2018SPGM: A Scalable PaleoGeomorphology ModelHassan, Rakib; Gurnis, Michael; Williams, Simon E.; Muller, R. Dietmar
11-Sep-2017Global patterns in Earth's dynamic topography since the Jurassic: The role of subducted slabsRubey, Michael; Brune, Sascha; Heine, Christian J; Davies, Rhodri D; Williams, Simon E; Muller, R. Dietmar
2-Feb-2018Oceanic crustal carbon cycle drives 26-million-year atmospheric carbon dioxide periodicitiesMuller, R. Dietmar; Dutkiewicz, Adriana
15-Aug-2019Global kinematics of tectonic plates and subduction zones since the late Paleozoic EraYoung, Alexander; Flament, Nicolas; Maloney, Kayla T.; Williams, Simon E; Matthews, Kara J; Zahirovic, Sabin; Muller, R. Dietmar
16-Nov-2017Oceanic Residual Topography Agrees With Mantle Flow Predictions at Long WavelengthsYang, Ting; Moresi, Louis N; Muller, R. Dietmar; Gurnis, Michael
Jan-2018Dynamic topography of passive continental margins and their hinterlands since the CretaceousMuller, R. Dietmar; Hassan, Rakib; Gurnis, Michael; Flament, Nicolas; Williams, Simon E
1-Nov-2016Global plate boundary evolution and kinematics since the late PaleozoicMatthews, Kara J; Maloney, Kayla T; Zahirovic, Sabin; Williams, Simon E; Seton, Maria; Muller, R. Dietmar
Jan-2019Australian-Antarctic breakup and seafloor spreading: Balancing geological and geophysical constraintsWilliams, Simon E; Whittaker, Joanne M; Halpin, Jacqueline A; Muller, R. Dietmar