Peter van Keken
Peter van Keken
staff scientist, DTM, Carnegie Institution of Science
Verified email at carnegiescience.edu
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The global range of subduction zone thermal models
EM Syracuse, PE van Keken, GA Abers
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 183 (1-2), 73-90, 2010
8482010
Subduction factory: 4. Depth‐dependent flux of H2O from subducting slabs worldwide
PE van Keken, BR Hacker, EM Syracuse, GA Abers
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B1), 2011
5652011
High‐resolution models of subduction zones: Implications for mineral dehydration reactions and the transport of water into the deep mantle
PE Van Keken, B Kiefer, SM Peacock
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 3 (10), 1 of 20-20 of 20, 2002
4412002
Mantle mixing: the generation, preservation, and destruction of chemical heterogeneity
PE van Keken, EH Hauri, CJ Ballentine
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 30 (1), 493-525, 2002
2402002
A comparison of methods for the modeling of thermochemical convection
PE Van Keken, SD King, H Schmeling, UR Christensen, D Neumeister, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B10), 22477-22495, 1997
2351997
B-type olivine fabric in the mantle wedge: Insights from high-resolution non-Newtonian subduction zone models
EA Kneller, PE Van Keken, S Karato, J Park
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 237 (3-4), 781-797, 2005
2332005
The effective viscosity of rocksalt: implementation of steady-state creep laws in numerical models of salt diapirism
PE Van Keken, CJ Spiers, AP Van den Berg, EJ Muyzert
Tectonophysics 225 (4), 457-476, 1993
2161993
The thermal structure of subduction zones constrained by seismic imaging: Implications for slab dehydration and wedge flow
GA Abers, PE van Keken, EA Kneller, A Ferris, JC Stachnik
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 241 (3-4), 387-397, 2006
2082006
Middle Archean continent formation by crustal delamination
TE Zegers, PE van Keken
Geology 29 (12), 1083-1086, 2001
2002001
Seismic imaging of subduction zone metamorphism
S Rondenay, GA Abers, PE Van Keken
Geology 36 (4), 275-278, 2008
1772008
The structure and dynamics of the mantle wedge
PE van Keken
Earth and planetary science letters 215 (3-4), 323-338, 2003
1662003
Thermal structure of the Costa Rica–Nicaragua subduction zone
SM Peacock, PE van Keken, SD Holloway, BR Hacker, GA Abers, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 149 (1-2), 187-200, 2005
1582005
A community benchmark for subduction zone modeling
PE van Keken, C Currie, SD King, MD Behn, A Cagnioncle, J He, RF Katz, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 171 (1-4), 187-197, 2008
1502008
Development of anisotropic structure in the Earth's lower mantle by solid-state convection
AK McNamara, PE Van Keken, SI Karato
Nature 416 (6878), 310-314, 2002
1442002
Cooling of the Earth in the Archaean: consequences of pressure-release melting in a hotter mantle
NJ Vlaar, PE Van Keken, AP Van den Berg
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 121 (1-2), 1-18, 1994
1381994
The effects of a composite non-Newtonian and Newtonian rheology on mantle convection
AP van den Berg, PE van Keken, DA Yuen
Geophysical Journal International 115 (1), 62-78, 1993
1291993
Trench-parallel flow and seismic anisotropy in the Mariana and Andean subduction systems
EA Kneller, PE Van Keken
Nature 450 (7173), 1222-1225, 2007
1242007
Evolution of starting mantle plumes: a comparison between numerical and laboratory models
P van Keken
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 148 (1-2), 1-11, 1997
1201997
Thermal–petrological controls on the location of earthquakes within subducting plates
GA Abers, J Nakajima, PE van Keken, S Kita, BR Hacker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 369, 178-187, 2013
1152013
Origin of cross‐chain geochemical variation in Quaternary lavas from the northern Izu arc: using a quantitative mass balance approach to identify mantle sources and mantle …
JI Kimura, AJR Kent, MC Rowe, M Katakuse, F Nakano, BR Hacker, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 11 (10), 2010
1082010
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