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Potential theory in gravity and magnetic applications
RJ Blakely
Cambridge university press, 1996
51231996
Approximating edges of source bodies from magnetic or gravity anomalies
RJ Blakely, RW Simpson
Geophysics 51 (7), 1494-1498, 1986
12561986
Fore-arc migration in Cascadia and its neotectonic significance
RE Wells, CS Weaver, RJ Blakely
Geology 26 (8), 759-762, 1998
4931998
A new isostatic residual gravity map of the conterminous United States with a discussion on the significance of isostatic residual anomalies
RW Simpson, RC Jachens, RJ Blakely, RW Saltus
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 91 (B8), 8348-8372, 1986
4191986
Basin‐centered asperities in great subduction zone earthquakes: A link between slip, subsidence, and subduction erosion?
RE Wells, RJ Blakely, Y Sugiyama, DW Scholl, PA Dinterman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B10), 2003
3562003
Curie temperature isotherm analysis and tectonic implications of aeromagnetic data from Nevada
RJ Blakely
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 93 (B10), 11817-11832, 1988
2931988
Subduction-zone magnetic anomalies and implications for hydrated forearc mantle
RJ Blakely, TM Brocher, RE Wells
Geology 33 (6), 445-448, 2005
2292005
Mapping Curie temperature depth in the western United States with a fractal model for crustal magnetization
C Bouligand, JMG Glen, RJ Blakely
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B11), 2009
2102009
Geomagnetic reversals and crustal spreading rates during the Miocene
RJ Blakely
Journal of Geophysical Research 79 (20), 2979-2985, 1974
2051974
The northern Nevada rift: Regional tectono-magmatic relations and middle Miocene stress direction
ML Zoback, EH McKEE, RJ Blakely, GA Thompson
Geological Society of America Bulletin 106 (3), 371-382, 1994
2031994
Testing the use of aeromagnetic data for the determination of Curie depth in California
HE Ross, RJ Blakely, MD Zoback
Geophysics 71 (5), L51-L59, 2006
2022006
The use of curvature in potential-field interpretation
JD Phillips, RO Hansen, RJ Blakely
Exploration Geophysics 38 (2), 111-119, 2007
1942007
Porphyry copper deposit model
DA John, RA Ayuso, MD Barton, RJ Blakely, RJ Bodnar, JH Dilles, F Gray, ...
Chapter B of Mineral deposit models for resource assessment: US Geological …, 2010
1882010
Location, structure, and seismicity of the Seattle fault zone, Washington: Evidence from aeromagnetic anomalies, geologic mapping, and seismic-reflection data
RJ Blakely, RE Wells, CS Weaver, SY Johnson
Geological Society of America Bulletin 114 (2), 169-177, 2002
1882002
Upper crustal structure in Puget Lowland, Washington: Results from the 1998 seismic hazards investigation in Puget Sound
TM Brocher, T Parsons, RJ Blakely, NI Christensen, MA Fisher, RE Wells
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B7), 13541-13564, 2001
1802001
Holocene fault scarps near Tacoma, Washington, USA
BL Sherrod, TM Brocher, CS Weaver, RC Bucknam, RJ Blakely, ...
Geology 32 (1), 9-12, 2004
1312004
Evidence for short geomagnetic polarity intervals in the early Cenozoic
RJ Blakely, A Cox
Journal of Geophysical Research 77 (35), 7065-7072, 1972
1041972
An age‐dependent, two‐layer model for marine magnetic anomalies
RJ Blakely
The geophysics of the Pacific Ocean basin and its margin 19, 227-234, 1976
1001976
Identification of short polarity events by transforming marine magnetic profiles to the pole
R Blakely, A Cox
Journal of Geophysical Research 77 (23), 4339-4349, 1972
911972
Subducted seamounts and recent earthquakes beneath the central Cascadia forearc
AM Tréhu, RJ Blakely, MC Williams
Geology 40 (2), 103-106, 2012
882012
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