W. Steven Holbrook
W. Steven Holbrook
Department of Geosciences, Virginia Tech
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Methane hydrate and free gas on the Blake Ridge from vertical seismic profiling
WS Holbrook, H Hoskins, WT Wood, RA Stephen, D Lizarralde
Science 273 (5283), 1840-1843, 1996
The seismic velocity structure of the deep continental crust
WS Holbrook, WD Mooney, NI Christensen
Continental lower crust 23, 1-43, 1992
Crustal structure of the southeast Greenland margin from joint refraction and reflection seismic tomography
J Korenaga, WS Holbrook, GM Kent, PB Kelemen, RS Detrick, HC Larsen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B9), 21591-21614, 2000
Thermohaline fine structure in an oceanographic front from seismic reflection profiling
WS Holbrook, P Páramo, S Pearse, RW Schmitt
Science 301 (5634), 821-824, 2003
Geophysical imaging reveals topographic stress control of bedrock weathering
J St. Clair, S Moon, WS Holbrook, JT Perron, CS Riebe, SJ Martel, B Carr, ...
Science 350 (6260), 534-538, 2015
Variation in styles of rifting in the Gulf of California
D Lizarralde, GJ Axen, HE Brown, JM Fletcher, A González-Fernández, ...
Nature 448 (7152), 466-469, 2007
Structure and composition of the Aleutian island arc and implications for continental crustal growth
W Steven Holbrook, D Lizarralde, S McGeary, N Bangs, J Diebold
Geology 27 (1), 31-34, 1999
Large igneous province on the US Atlantic margin and implications for magmatism during continental breakup
WS Holbrook, PB Kelemen
Nature 364 (6436), 433-436, 1993
Mantle thermal structure and active upwelling during continental breakup in the North Atlantic
WS Holbrook, HC Larsen, J Korenaga, T Dahl-Jensen, ID Reid, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 190 (3-4), 251-266, 2001
Origin of thick, high‐velocity igneous crust along the US East Coast Margin
PB Kelemen, WS Holbrook
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B6), 10077-10094, 1995
Multiscale geophysical imaging of the critical zone
AD Parsekian, K Singha, BJ Minsley, WS Holbrook, L Slater
Reviews of Geophysics 53 (1), 1-26, 2015
Critically pressured free-gas reservoirs below gas-hydrate provinces
MJ Hornbach, DM Saffer, W Steven Holbrook
Nature 427 (6970), 142-144, 2004
Geophysical constraints on deep weathering and water storage potential in the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory
WS Holbrook, CS Riebe, M Elwaseif, J L. Hayes, K Basler‐Reeder, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (3), 366-380, 2014
Crustal structure of the ocean‐continent transition at Flemish Cap: Seismic refraction results
T Funck, JR Hopper, HC Larsen, KE Louden, BE Tucholke, WS Holbrook
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B11), 2003
Structure of the SE Greenland margin from seismic reflection and refraction data: Implications for nascent spreading center subsidence and asymmetric crustal accretion during …
JR Hopper, T Dahl‐Jensen, WS Holbrook, HC Larsen, D Lizarralde, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B5), 2003
Ocean internal wave spectra inferred from seismic reflection transects
WS Holbrook, I Fer
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (15), 2005
Natural gas hydrates on the southeast US margin: Constraints from full waveform and travel time inversions of wide‐angle seismic data
J Korenaga, WS Holbrook, SC Singh, TA Minshull
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B7), 15345-15365, 1997
Combined vertical‐incidence and wide‐angle seismic study of a gas hydrate zone, Blake Ridge
R Katzman, WS Holbrook, CK Paull
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B9), 17975-17995, 1994
Migration of methane gas through the hydrate stability zone in a low-flux hydrate province
AR Gorman, WS Holbrook, MJ Hornbach, KL Hackwith, D Lizarralde, ...
Geology 30 (4), 327-330, 2002
An interpretation of wide‐angle compressional and shear wave data in southwest Germany: Poisson's ratio and petrological implications
WS Holbrook, D Gajewski, A Krammer, C Prodehl
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 93 (B10), 12081-12106, 1988
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