Luc Lavier
Luc Lavier
Professor of Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
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A mechanism to thin the continental lithosphere at magma-poor margins
LL Lavier, G Manatschal
Nature 440 (7082), 324-328, 2006
Evolving force balance during incipient subduction
M Gurnis, C Hall, L Lavier
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 5 (7), 2004
Catastrophic initiation of subduction following forced convergence across fracture zones
CE Hall, M Gurnis, M Sdrolias, LL Lavier, RD Müller
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 212 (1-2), 15-30, 2003
Modes of faulting at mid-ocean ridges
WR Buck, LL Lavier, ANB Poliakov
Nature 434 (7034), 719-723, 2005
Tectonosedimentary evolution related to extreme crustal thinning ahead of a propagating ocean: Example of the western Pyrenees
S Jammes, G Manatschal, L Lavier, E Masini
Tectonics 28 (4), 2009
Self-consistent rolling-hinge model for the evolution of large-offset low-angle normal faults
LL Lavier, W Roger Buck, ANB Poliakov
Geology 27 (12), 1127-1130, 1999
Factors controlling normal fault offset in an ideal brittle layer
LL Lavier, WR Buck, ANB Poliakov
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B10), 23431-23442, 2000
Numerical models of crustal scale convection and partial melting beneath the Altiplano–Puna plateau
AY Babeyko, SV Sobolev, RB Trumbull, O Oncken, LL Lavier
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 199 (3-4), 373-388, 2002
Climatic and tectonic control on the Cenozoic evolution of the West African margin
LL Lavier, MS Steckler, F Brigaud
Marine Geology 178 (1-4), 63-80, 2001
The role of inheritance in structuring hyperextended rift systems: Some considerations based on observations and numerical modeling
G Manatschal, L Lavier, P Chenin
Gondwana Research 27 (1), 140-164, 2015
Rifting and magmatism in the northeastern South China Sea from wide‐angle tomography and seismic reflection imaging
R Lester, HJA Van Avendonk, K McIntosh, L Lavier, CS Liu, TK Wang, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (3), 2305-2323, 2014
Crustal structure and inferred rifting processes in the northeast South China Sea
K McIntosh, L Lavier, H van Avendonk, R Lester, D Eakin, CS Liu
Marine and Petroleum geology 58, 612-626, 2014
Half graben versus large‐offset low‐angle normal fault: Importance of keeping cool during normal faulting
LL Lavier, WR Buck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B6), ETG 8-1-ETG 8-13, 2002
Inversion of a hyper-extended rifted margin in the southern Central Range of Taiwan
K McIntosh, H van Avendonk, L Lavier, WR Lester, D Eakin, F Wu, CS Liu, ...
Geology 41 (8), 871-874, 2013
How to make a rift wide
WR Buck, LL Lavier, ANB Poliakov
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1999
Observations from the Alpine Tethys and Iberia–Newfoundland margins pertinent to the interpretation of continental breakup
G Manatschal, O Müntener, LL Lavier, TA Minshull, G Péron-Pinvidic
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 282 (1), 291-324, 2007
Seismic evidence of hyper-stretched crust and mantle exhumation offshore Vietnam
D Savva, F Meresse, M Pubellier, N Chamot-Rooke, L Lavier, KW Po, ...
Tectonophysics 608, 72-83, 2013
The geologic record of deep episodic tremor and slip
NW Hayman, LL Lavier
Geology 42 (3), 195-198, 2014
Crustal‐scale seismic profiles across the Manila subduction zone: The transition from intraoceanic subduction to incipient collision
DH Eakin, KD McIntosh, HJA Van Avendonk, L Lavier, R Lester, CS Liu, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (1), 1-17, 2014
Extension of continental crust at the margin of the eastern Grand Banks, Newfoundland
HJA Van Avendonk, LL Lavier, DJ Shillington, G Manatschal
Tectonophysics 468 (1-4), 131-148, 2009
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