Frederik J. Simons

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  1. The mantle transition zone beneath eastern North America: Receiver functions and tomographic velocity models
  2. Seismic evidence for a 1000 km mantle discontinuity under the Pacific
  3. 3-D acoustic-elastic full-waveform inversion and migration of marine VSP data from Norway
  4. The debiased spatial Whittle likelihood
  5. Full-waveform centroid moment tensor inversion of passive seismic data acquired at the reservoir scale
  6. One year of sound recorded by a MERMAID float in the Pacific: Hydroacoustic earthquake signals and infrasonic ambient noise
  7. Recording earthquakes for tomographic imaging of the mantle beneath the South Pacific by autonomous MERMAID floats
  8. Elastic full waveform inversion of VSP data from a complex anticline in northern Iraq
  9. Waveform inversion for shear velocity and attenuation via the spectral-element adjoint method
  10. Instrument response removal and the 2020 MLg 3.1 Marlboro, New Jersey, earthquake
  11. A MERMAID miscellany: Seismoacoustic signals beyond the P wave
  12. Waarde Redactie | Open Brief
  13. Twenty-thousand leagues under the sea: Recording earthquakes with autonomous floats
  14. Generation of secondary microseism Love waves: effects of bathymetry, 3-D structure and source seasonality
  15. Mantle transition zone receiver functions for Bermuda: Automation, quality control, and interpretation
  16. The origin of secondary microseism Love waves
  17. Multi-physics adjoint modeling of Earth structure: combining gravimetric, seismic, and geodynamic inversions
  18. Multiscale estimation of event arrival times and their uncertainties in hydroacoustic records from autonomous oceanic floats
  19. The exponentiated phase measurement, and objective-function hybridization for adjoint waveform tomography
  20. Waves and Rays in Seismology: Answers to Unasked Questions, by M. A. Slawinski
  21. Realistically textured random velocity models for deep learning applications
  22. Robust surface-wave full-waveform inversion
  23. Determining the depth of Jupiter's Great Red Spot with Juno: A Slepian approach
  24. Imaging the Galápagos mantle plume with an unconventional application of floating seismometers
  25. Accelerating changes in ice mass within Greenland, and the ice sheet's sensitivity to atmospheric forcing
  26. On Foundations of Seismology: Bringing Idealizations Down to Earth, by J. R. Brown & M. A. Slawinski
  27. The changing mass of glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, 2002—2016, using time-variable gravity from the GRACE satellite mission
  28. Spherical-harmonics based special function systems and constructive approximation methods
  29. A general approach to regularizing inverse problems with regional data using Slepian wavelets
  30. Internal and external potential field estimation from regional vector data at varying satellite altitude
  31. A spectral view of the Terra Sirenum/Cimmeria crustal magnetic field
  32. Maximum-likelihood analysis of planetary roughness
  33. Spectral-element based 3D elastic full-waveform inversion of surface waves in the presence of complex topography using an envelope-based misfit function
  34. Double-difference adjoint seismic tomography
  35. Ice mass loss in Greenland, the Gulf of Alaska, and the Canadian Archipelago: Seasonal cycles and decadal trends
  36. High-resolution local magnetic field models for the Martian South Pole from Mars Global Surveyor data
  37. Multiscale adjoint waveform tomography for surface and body waves
  38. Seismic monitoring in the oceans by autonomous floats
  39. On the robustness of estimates of mechanical anisotropy in the continental lithosphere: A North American case study and global reanalysis
  40. Accelerated West Antarctic ice mass loss continues to outpace East Antarctic gains
  41. A suite of software analyzes data on the sphere
  42. Potential-field estimation using scalar and vector Slepian functions at satellite altitude
  43. Scalar and vector Slepian functions, spherical signal estimation and spectral analysis
  44. Mars’ Heterogeneous south polar magnetic field revealed using altitude vector Slepian functions
  45. Full-waveform adjoint tomography in a multiscale perspective
  46. Multiscale adjoint waveform-difference tomography using wavelets
  47. A spatiospectral localization approach for analyzing and representing vector-valued functions on spherical surfaces
  48. Global seismic tomography with sparsity constraints: Comparison with smoothing and damping regularization
  49. Maximum-likelihood estimation of lithospheric flexural rigidity, initial-loading fraction and load correlation, under isotropy
  50. A probabilistic assessment of sea level variations within the last interglacial stage
  51. Spectral and spatial decomposition of lithospheric magnetic field models using spherical Slepian functions
  52. Maximum-likelihood estimation of lithospheric thickness on Venus
  53. Spatiospectral concentration of vector fields on a sphere
  54. Mapping Greenland's mass loss in space and time
  55. Local spectral variability and the origin of the Martian crustal magnetic field
  56. Coseismic slip of the 2010 Mw 8.8 Great Maule, Chile, earthquake quantified by the inversion of GRACE observations
  57. Analysis of real vector fields on the sphere using Slepian functions
  58. Coseismic and postseismic deformation of the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake constrained by GRACE gravimetry
  59. The spherical Slepian basis as a means to obtain spectral consistency between mean sea level and the geoid
  60. Wavelets and wavelet-like transforms on the sphere and their application to geophysical data inversion
  61. Solving or resolving global tomographic models with spherical wavelets, and the scale and sparsity of seismic heterogeneity
  62. Automatic discrimination of underwater acoustic signals generated by teleseismic P-waves: A probabilistic approach
  63. Spatial variability of the Martian crustal magnetic field
  64. Spatiospectral concentration in the Cartesian plane
  65. Slepian functions and their use in signal estimation and spectral analysis
  66. Possible animal-body fossils in pre-Marinoan limestones from South Australia
  67. Turning freshmen into scientists with field research and quantitative analysis of geoscientific data
  68. Constraints on upper mantle viscosity from the flow-induced pressure gradient across the Australian continental keel
  69. Probabilistic assessment of sea level during the last interglacial stage
  70. Afloat on a sea of noise
  71. Efficient analysis and representation of geophysical processes using localized spherical basis functions
  72. On the potential of recording earthquakes for global seismic tomography by low-cost autonomous instruments in the oceans
  73. Spectral estimation on a sphere in geophysics and cosmology
  74. Analysis of seafloor seismograms of the 2003 Tokachi-Oki earthquake sequence for earthquake early warning
  75. Parametrizing surface wave tomographic models with harmonic spherical splines
  76. Spatiospectral localization of global geopotential fields from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) reveals the coseismic gravity change owing to the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake
  77. Minimum-variance multitaper spectral estimation on the sphere
  78. A spatiospectral localization approach to estimating potential fields on the surface of a sphere from noisy, incomplete data taken at satellite altitudes
  79. Young scientists focus on the dynamics of the lithosphere
  80. A future for drifting seismic networks
  81. Automatic detection and rapid determination of earthquake magnitude by wavelet multiscale analysis of the primary arrival
  82. Spherical Slepian functions and the polar gap in geodesy
  83. Spatiospectral concentration on a sphere
  84. How do we understand and visualize uncertainty?
  85. MYRES: A program to unite young solid Earth researchers
  86. Localized spectral analysis on the sphere
  87. Seismic constraints on temperature of the Australian uppermost mantle
  88. Young solid Earth researchers of the world unite!
  89. Seismic and mechanical anisotropy and the past and present deformation of the Australian lithosphere
  90. Spatiospectral localization of isostatic coherence anisotropy in Australia and its relation to seismic anisotropy: Implications for lithospheric deformation
  91. Multimode Rayleigh wave inversion for heterogeneity and azimuthal anisotropy of the Australian upper mantle
  92. Age-dependent seismic thickness and mechanical strength of the Australian lithosphere
  93. Isostatic response of the Australian lithosphere: Estimation of effective elastic thickness and anisotropy using multitaper spectral analysis
  94. The deep structure of the Australian continent from surface-wave tomography
  95. Quantitative characterization of coal by means of microfocal X-ray Computed Microtomography (CMT) and Color Image Analysis (CIA)

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