Luc Lavier
Luc Lavier
Professor of Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at jsg.utexas.edu
TitleCited byYear
A mechanism to thin the continental lithosphere at magma-poor margins
LL Lavier, G Manatschal
Nature 440 (7082), 324, 2006
4152006
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
3062003
Evolving force balance during incipient subduction
M Gurnis, C Hall, L Lavier
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 5 (7), 2004
2712004
Modes of faulting at mid-ocean ridges
WR Buck, LL Lavier, ANB Poliakov
Nature 434 (7034), 719, 2005
2532005
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
2181999
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
2112009
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
1782000
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
1702002
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
1442001
How to make a rift wide
WR Buck, LL Lavier, ANB Poliakov
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1999
1011999
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
992002
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
902007
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
842013
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
812009
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
802015
The effect of sedimentary cover on the flexural strength of continental lithosphere
LL Lavier, MS Steckler
Nature 389 (6650), 476, 1997
651997
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
632014
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
632014
Triggering mechanism and tsunamogenic potential of the Cape Fear Slide complex, US Atlantic margin
MJ Hornbach, LL Lavier, CD Ruppel
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8 (12), 2007
632007
Thermomechanics of mid-ocean ridge segmentation
E Choi, L Lavier, M Gurnis
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 171 (1-4), 374-386, 2008
572008
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