Robert Moucha
Robert Moucha
Department of Earth Sciences, Syracuse University
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Dynamic topography and long-term sea-level variations: There is no such thing as a stable continental platform
R Moucha, AM Forte, JX Mitrovica, DB Rowley, S Quéré, NA Simmons, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 271 (1-4), 101-108, 2008
Changes in African topography driven by mantle convection
R Moucha, AM Forte
Nature Geoscience 4 (10), 707-712, 2011
Joint seismic–geodynamic-mineral physical modelling of African geodynamics: A reconciliation of deep-mantle convection with surface geophysical constraints
AM Forte, S Quéré, R Moucha, NA Simmons, SP Grand, JX Mitrovica, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 295 (3-4), 329-341, 2010
The PRISM4 (mid-Piacenzian) paleoenvironmental reconstruction
A Dowsett, H., Dolan, A., Rowley, D., Moucha, R., Forte, A. M., Mitrovica, J ...
Climate of the Past 12, 1519-1538, 2016
Dynamic topography change of the eastern United States since 3 million years ago
DB Rowley, AM Forte, R Moucha, JX Mitrovica, NA Simmons, SP Grand
science 340 (6140), 1560-1563, 2013
Deep mantle forces and the uplift of the Colorado Plateau
R Moucha, AM Forte, DB Rowley, JX Mitrovica, NA Simmons, SP Grand
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (19), 2009
Mantle convection and the recent evolution of the Colorado Plateau and the Rio Grande Rift valley
R Moucha, AM Forte, DB Rowley, JX Mitrovica, NA Simmons, SP Grand
Geology 36 (6), 439-442, 2008
Descent of the ancient Farallon slab drives localized mantle flow below the New Madrid seismic zone
AM Forte, JX Mitrovica, R Moucha, NA Simmons, SP Grand
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (4), 2007
Lateral variations in mantle rheology: implications for convection related surface observables and inferred viscosity models
R Moucha, AM Forte, JX Mitrovica, A Daradich
Geophysical Journal International 169 (1), 113-135, 2007
The impact of dynamic topography change on Antarctic ice sheet stability during the mid-Pliocene warm period
J Austermann, D Pollard, JX Mitrovica, R Moucha, AM Forte, RM DeConto, ...
Geology 43 (10), 927-930, 2015
Deep-mantle contributions to the surface dynamics of the North American continent
AM Forte, R Moucha, NA Simmons, SP Grand, JX Mitrovica
Tectonophysics 481 (1-4), 3-15, 2010
Sampling the volatile-rich transition zone beneath Bermuda
SE Mazza, E Gazel, M Bizimis, R Moucha, P Béguelin, EA Johnson, ...
Nature 569 (7756), 398-403, 2019
Insights from North America's failed Midcontinent Rift into the evolution of continental rifts and passive continental margins
S Stein, CA Stein, R Elling, J Kley, R Keller, M Wysession, T Rooney, ...
Tectonophysics 744, 403-421, 2018
Influence of lithospheric thickness variations on 3‐D crustal velocities due to glacial isostatic adjustment
K Latychev, JX Mitrovica, ME Tamisiea, J Tromp, R Moucha
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (1), 2005
The PRISM4 (mid-Piacenzian) paleoenvironmental reconstruction, Clim. Past, 12, 1519–1538
H Dowsett, A Dolan, D Rowley, R Moucha, AM Forte, JX Mitrovica, ...
Mid-Pliocene shorelines of the US Atlantic Coastal Plain—An improved elevation database with comparison to Earth model predictions
A Rovere, PJ Hearty, J Austermann, JX Mitrovica, J Gale, R Moucha, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 145, 117-131, 2015
Interplay between dynamic topography and flexure along the US Atlantic passive margin: Insights from landscape evolution modeling
R Moucha, GA Ruetenik
Global and Planetary Change 149, 72-78, 2017
Kinematics and dynamics of the East Pacific Rise linked to a stable, deep-mantle upwelling
DB Rowley, AM Forte, CJ Rowan, P Glišović, R Moucha, SP Grand, ...
Science advances 2 (12), e1601107, 2016
Isostatic and dynamic support of high topography on a North Atlantic passive margin
VK Pedersen, RS Huismans, R Moucha
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 446, 1-9, 2016
Effects of dynamic topography on the Cenozoic carbonate compensation depth
SM Campbell, R Moucha, LA Derry, ME Raymo
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 19 (4), 1025-1034, 2018
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