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Adam Schultz
Adam Schultz
Oregon State University, Cambridge University, Cardiff University, University of Washington
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Mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal fluxes and the chemical composition of the ocean
H Elderfield, A Schultz
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 24 (1), 191-224, 1996
11211996
Global electromagnetic induction constraints on transition-zone water content variations
A Kelbert, A Schultz, G Egbert
Nature 460 (7258), 1003-1006, 2009
2992009
Deep electrical resistivity structure of the northwestern US derived from 3-D inversion of USArray magnetotelluric data
NM Meqbel, GD Egbert, PE Wannamaker, A Kelbert, A Schultz
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 402, 290-304, 2014
2742014
On the partitioning of heat flux between diffuse and point source seafloor venting
A Schultz, JR Delaney, RE McDuff
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 97 (B9), 12299-12314, 1992
2111992
Geomagnetically induced currents: Science, engineering, and applications readiness
A Pulkkinen, E Bernabeu, A Thomson, A Viljanen, R Pirjola, D Boteler, ...
Space weather 15 (7), 828-856, 2017
2092017
Northeastern Pacific mantle conductivity profile from long‐period magnetotelluric sounding using Hawaii‐to‐California submarine cable data
D Lizarralde, A Chave, G Hirth, A Schultz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B9), 17837-17854, 1995
2041995
Conductivity discontinuities in the upper mantle beneath a stable craton
A Schultz, RD Kurtz, AD Chave, AG Jones
Geophysical Research Letters 20 (24), 2941-2944, 1993
1691993
A thermodynamic explanation for black smoker temperatures
T Jupp, A Schultz
Nature 403 (6772), 880-883, 2000
1502000
On the electrical conductivity of the mid-mantle-I. Calculation of equivalent scalar magnetotelluric response functions
A Schultz, JC Larsen
Geophysical Journal International 88 (3), 733-761, 1987
1381987
Non-linear conjugate gradient inversion for global EM induction: resolution studies
A Kelbert, GD Egbert, A Schultz
Geophysical Journal International 173 (2), 365-381, 2008
1292008
Controls on the physics and chemistry of seafloor hydrothermal circulation
A Schultz, H Elderfield
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1997
1121997
Applications and integrated firewall design in an adaptive private network (APN)
AP Schultz, B Peabody, N Ash, YY Aung, T Martin
US Patent 10,972,437, 2021
1082021
Crustal inheritance and a top-down control on arc magmatism at Mount St Helens
PA Bedrosian, JR Peacock, E Bowles-Martinez, A Schultz, GJ Hill
Nature Geoscience 11 (11), 865-870, 2018
992018
Geomagnetic induction in a heterogenous sphere: Azimuthally symmetric test computations and the response of an undulating 660‐km discontinuity
ME Everett, A Schultz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B2), 2765-2783, 1996
981996
The 3D electromagnetic response of the Earth to ring current and auroral oval excitation
I Fujii, A Schultz
Geophysical Journal International 151 (3), 689-709, 2002
872002
FLORES diving cruise with Nautile near the Azores-First dives on the Rainbow field: hydrothermal seawater/mantle interaction
Y Fouquet, F Barriga, JL Charlou, H Elderfield, CR German, H Ondreas, ...
InterRidge News 7 (1), 24-28, 1998
781998
Variations in the electrical conductivity of the upper mantle beneath North America and the Pacific Ocean
SL Neal, RL Mackie, JC Larsen, A Schultz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B4), 8229-8242, 2000
732000
Physical balances in subseafloor hydrothermal convection cells
TE Jupp, A Schultz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B5), 2004
682004
Temporal variations in diffuse hydrothermal flow at TAG
A Schultz, P Dickson, H Elderfield
Geophysical Research Letters 23 (23), 3471-3474, 1996
681996
Diffuse hydrothermal fluids from Lucky Strike hydrothermal vent field: Evidence for a shallow conductively heated system
MJ Cooper, H Elderfield, A Schultz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B8), 19369-19375, 2000
662000
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