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  • Domeier, Mathew (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Asia is key to a richer understanding of many important lithospheric processes such as crustal growth, continental evolution and orogenesis. But to properly decipher the secrets Asia holds, a first-order tectonic context ...
  • Domeier, Mathew; Magni, Valentina; Hounslow, Mark W.; Torsvik, Trond Helge (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Decades of geochronological work have shown the temporal distribution of zircon ages to be episodic on billion-year timescales and seemingly coincident with the lifecycle of supercontinents, but the physical processes ...
  • Domeier, Mathew; Shephard, Grace; Jakob, Johannes; Gaina, Carmen; Doubrovine, Pavel; Torsvik, Trond Helge (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The notorious ~60° bend separating the Hawaiian and Emperor chains marked a prominent change in the motion of the Pacific plate at ~47 Ma (million years ago), but the origin of that change remains an outstanding controversy ...
  • Shephard, Grace Elizabeth; Matthews, Kara J.; Hosseini, Kasra; Domeier, Mathew (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The geoscience community is increasingly utilizing seismic tomography to interpret mantle heterogeneity and its links to past tectonic and geodynamic processes. To assess the robustness and distribution of positive seismic ...
  • Torsvik, Trond Helge; Doubrovine, Pavel; Steinberger, Bernhard; Gaina, Carmen; Spakman, Wim; Domeier, Mathew (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    A conspicuous 60° bend of the Hawaiian-Emperor Chain in the north-western Pacific Ocean has variously been interpreted as the result of an abrupt Pacific plate motion change in the Eocene (∼47 Ma), a rapid southward drift ...
  • Torsvik, Trond Helge; Steinberger, Bernhard; Shephard, Grace; Doubrovine, Pavel; Gaina, Carmen; Domeier, Mathew; Conrad, Clinton Phillips; Sager, William (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    We have devised a new absolute Late Jurassic‐Cretaceous Pacific plate model using a fixed hot spot approach coupled with paleomagnetic data from Pacific large igneous provinces (LIPs) while simultaneously minimizing plate ...
  • Torsvik, Trond Helge; Van der Voo, Rob; Preeden, Ulla; Mac Niocaill, Conall; Steinberger, Bernard; Van Hinsbergen, Douwe; Domeier, Mathew; Gaina, Carmen; Tohver, Eric; Meert, Joseph G.; McCausland, Phil J. A.; Cocks, Robin L. M.; Dubrovin, Pavel (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    A significant number of new palaeomagnetic poles have become available since the last time a compilation was made (assembled in 2005, published in 2008) to indicate to us that a new and significantly expanded set of tables ...
  • Hounslow, Mark W.; Domeier, Mathew; Biggin, Andrew J. (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Ascertaining the cause of variations in the frequency of geomagnetic polarity reversals through the Phanerozoic has remained a primary research question straddling paleomagnetism and geodynamics for decades. Numerical ...
  • Hosseini, Kasra; Matthews, Kara J.; Sigloch, Karin; Shephard, Grace; Domeier, Mathew; Tsekhmistrenko, Maria (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    We present SubMachine, a collection of web‐based tools for the interactive visualization, analysis, and quantitative comparison of global‐scale data sets of the Earth's interior. SubMachine focuses on making regional and ...
  • Gyøry, Emil; Hammer, Øyvind; Jorde, Knut; Nakrem, Hans Arne; Swajda, Michael; Domeier, Mathew (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    The possible macrofossil Telemarkites enigmaticus from the Mesoproterozoic Gjuve Formation, Telemark supracrustals, southern Norway, was described by Dons in 1959. We here present finds of similar, but larger structures ...