Paula Koelemeijer
Paula Koelemeijer
Associate Professor of Geophysics & Royal Society University Research Fellow
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Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures
T Lecocq, SP Hicks, K Van Noten, K Van Wijk, P Koelemeijer, ...
Science 369 (6509), 1338-1343, 2020
Density structure of Earth’s lowermost mantle from Stoneley mode splitting observations
P Koelemeijer, A Deuss, J Ritsema
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1-10, 2017
SP12RTS: a degree-12 model of shear-and compressional-wave velocity for Earth's mantle
P Koelemeijer, J Ritsema, A Deuss, HJ Van Heijst
Geophysical Journal International 204 (2), 1024-1039, 2016
Normal mode sensitivity to Earth's D ″layer and topography on the core-mantle boundary: what we can and cannot see
PJ Koelemeijer, A Deuss, J Trampert
Geophysical Journal International 190 (1), 553-568, 2012
Constraints on the presence of post-perovskite in Earth's lowermost mantle from tomographic-geodynamic model comparisons
P Koelemeijer, BSA Schuberth, DR Davies, A Deuss, J Ritsema
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 494, 226-238, 2018
Observations of core‐mantle boundary Stoneley modes
P Koelemeijer, A Deuss, J Ritsema
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (11), 2557-2561, 2013
Classifying elephant behaviour through seismic vibrations
B Mortimer, WL Rees, P Koelemeijer, T Nissen-Meyer
Current Biology 28 (9), R547-R548, 2018
Surface diffusivity of cleaved NaCl crystals as a function of humidity: Impedance spectroscopy measurements and implications for crack healing in rock salt
PJ Koelemeijer, CJ Peach, CJ Spiers
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B1), 2012
Constraints on core‐mantle boundary topography from normal mode splitting
G Soldati, P Koelemeijer, L Boschi, A Deuss
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 14 (5), 1333-1342, 2013
Subducted oceanic crust as the origin of seismically slow lower-mantle structures
TD Jones, RR Maguire, PE van Keken, J Ritsema, P Koelemeijer
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 7 (1), 1-16, 2020
Toward Seeing the Earth's Interior Through Unbiased Tomographic Lenses
C Zaroli, P Koelemeijer, S Lambotte
Geophysical Research Letters, 2017
Towards consistent seismological models of the core-mantle boundary landscape
P Koelemeijer
Mantle Convection and Surface Expressions, 229-255, 2021
Normal mode studies of long wavelength structures in Earth's lowermost mantle
PJ Koelemeijer
PhD thesis, 2014
The interior of Mars revealed
S Cottaar, P Koelemeijer
Science 373 (6553), 388-389, 2021
Geodynamic, geodetic, and seismic constraints favour deflated and dense-cored LLVPs
F Richards, MJ Hoggard, S Ghelichkhan, P Koelemeijer, H Lau
EarthArXiv, 2021
Normal mode insights into the long wavelength velocity and density structure of the lowermost mantle
P Koelemeijer, AF Deuss, J Ritsema, HJ van Heijst
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, DI33B-02, 2014
An analysis of core–mantle boundary Stoneley mode sensitivity and sources of uncertainty
A Robson, HCP Lau, P Koelemeijer, B Romanowicz
Geophysical Journal International 228 (3), 1962-1974, 2022
3D printing the world: developing geophysical teaching materials and outreach packages
P Koelemeijer, J Winterbourne
Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 669095, 2021
3D printing in geology and geophysics: a new world of opportunities in research, outreach, and education
C Kyriakopoulos, NC Barth, P Koelemeijer, J Winterbourne, R Toussaint
Frontiers in Earth Science, 610, 2021
Earth's hot lowermost mantle revealed by Stoneley mode splitting observations
A Deuss, P Koelemeijer, J Ritsema
2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, 2015
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