For the spring of 2017 we'll discuss divergent plate margins, including the formation of rifts, their propagation, and their evolution.
Seminars will take place at 12-14 in room D501 of the Exactum. You may also want to see more information about the general format of the seminar.
A tentative schedule of readings is below.
|Date||Discussion leader(s)||Topic and papers||Paper rating|
|19.1.2017||n/a||Organizational meeting|| |
Magma-poor versus volcanic rifted margins
Dynamics of rifting
Dynamic models of rifting
How is extension distributed in the lithosphere?
Rifting of Wilson Cycle margins
Modelling the Greenland-Norway separation
- Mosar, J., Eide, E.A., Osmundsen, P.T., Sommaruga, A. and Torsvik, T.H., 2002. Greenland–Norway separation: a geodynamic model for the North Atlantic. Norwegian Journal of Geology, 82
Rifting and plume-lithosphere interaction
- Koptev, A., Calais, E., Burov, E., Leroy, S. and Gerya, T., 2015. Dual continental rift systems generated by plume-lithosphere interaction. Nature Geoscience, 8(5), pp.388-392
- Sleep, N.H., Ebinger, C.J. and Kendall, J.M., 2002. Deflection of mantle plume material by cratonic keels. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 199(1), pp.135-150
|20.4.2014||--||EGU presentation rehearsals|| |
Oblique rifting, transforms, and hyperextended margins
- Le Pourhiet, L., May, D.A., Huille, L., Watremez, L. and Leroy, S., 2017. A genetic link between transform and hyper-extended margins. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 465, pp.184-192