Gravity modeling of the Alpine lithosphere affected by magmatism based on seismic tomography
Davide Tadiello and Carla Braitenberg
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Subject area: Crustal structure and composition | Editorial team: Geodesy, gravity, and geomagnetism | Discipline: GeodynamicsCrustal structure of the Volgo-Uralian subcraton revealed by inverse and forward gravity modelingThe preserved plume of the Caribbean Large Igneous Plateau revealed by 3D data-integrative modelsMapping undercover: integrated geoscientific interpretation and 3D modelling of a Proterozoic basinDensity distribution across the Alpine lithosphere constrained by 3-D gravity modelling and relation to seismicity and deformation
Solid Earth Discuss.,2021
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