Publications in peer-reviewed journals

[7] Cerpa, N. G., Rees Jones, D. W., & Katz, R. F., (in press). Consequences of glacial cycles for magmatism and carbon transport at mid-ocean ridges, EPSL. doi: [arXiv preprint]

[6] Cerpa, N. G., Wada, I., & Wilson, C., (2019). Effects of fluid influx, fluid viscosity and fluid density on fluid migration in the mantle wedge and their implications for hydrous melting. Geosphere – Subduction Top to Bottom 2. doi:10.1130/GES01660.1 [pdf]

[5] Cerpa, N. G., Guillaume, B., & Martinod, J., (2018). The interplay between overriding plate kinematics, slab dip, and tectonics. Geophys. J. Int.. doi:10.1093/gji/ggy365 [pdf]

[4] Guillaume, B., Hertgen, S., Martinod, J., & Cerpa, N. G. , (2018). Slab dip, surface tectonics: How and when do they change following an acceleration/slow down of the overriding plate? Tectonophysics. doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2018.01.030 [pdf]

[3] Cerpa, N. G., Wada, I., & Wilson, C., (2017). Fluid migration in the mantle wedge : Influence of mineral grain size and mantle compaction. J. of Geophys. Res. : Solid Earth . doi:10.1002/2017JB014046 [pdf]

[2] Cerpa, N. G., Araya, R., Gerbault, M., & Hassani, R., (2015). Relationship between slab dip and topography segmentation in an oblique subduction zone: Insights from numerical modeling, Geophys. Res. Lett. . doi:10.1002/2015GL064047 [pdf]

[1] Cerpa, N. G., Hassani, R., Gerbault, M., & Prévost, J.-H., (2014). A fictitious domain method for lithosphere-asthenosphere interaction: Application to periodic slab folding in the upper mantle. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. . doi:10.1002/2014GC005241 [pdf]


Publications in prep.

Turner, S. J., Langmuir, C., & Cerpa, N. G., Towards an internally consistent framework for understanding global and regional variability of the chemical compositions of arcs, in prep..


PhD thesis

Three-dimensional lithosphere-asthenosphere interaction in subduction zones: Relationships between deep processes and surface deformation (2015). [pdf in french]


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