A. Some posters and talks given at meetings:
Steinberger, B. and Calderwood, A.R. (2001).
Models of viscous flow in the Earth's mantle with constraints from
mineral physics and surface observations.
Workshop on numerical modeling of mantle convection and lithospheric
[poster, part 1]
[poster, part 2]
Steinberger, B. and Holme, R. (2002).
Mantle flow models with core-mantle boundary constraints.
The Eighth SEDI Symposium, Earth's Deep Interior,
Lake Tahoe, California.
Steinberger, B. and O'Connell, R. J. (2003).
Hotspot motion inferred from mantle flow models: implications
on global plate reconstructions.
Geophys. Res. Abs., 5, 08130.
Steinberger, B. and Holme, R. (2004).
Mantle flow models with core-mantle boundary constraints support
evidence for chemical heterogeneities in the lowermost mantle.
Geophys. Res. Abs., 6, 01695.
Steinberger, B. (2004).
Mantle flow models with a chemically distinct D'' layer:
Implications on the shape of plume conduits.
9th Symposium on the Study of the Earth's Deep Interior,
Sutherland, R., Steinberger, B. and O'Connell, R. J. (2004).
Revised models of global plate motions and mantle flow successfully predict the Emperor-Hawaii and other hotspot-related seamount chains. Eos Trans. AGU,
85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V51B-0537.
Steinberger, B., and Torsvik, T. H. (2007).
TPW unplugged: Absolute plate motions and true polar wander in the absence of hotspot tracks.
Geodynamics, Geomagnetism and Paleogeography: A 50 Year Celebration, Trondheim, Norway.
Steinberger, B. (2010).
Mantle evolution and dynamic topography of the African Plate.
Steinberger, B. (2012).
Geodynamic models of a Yellowstone plume and its interaction with subduction and large-scale mantle circulation (Invited).
Abstract V11E-05 presented at 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 3-7 Dec.
B. Two seminar talks given in Taiwan in Summer 2007:
TPW unplugged: Absolute plate motions and true polar wander in the absence of hotspot tracks
[talk presented at Academia Sinica]
Large Low Shear Velocity Provinces in the lowermost mantle, and Plume Generation Zones at their margins
[talk presented at National Taiwan University]
C. Presentations given at the Nordic Mineralogical Network Ph.D. course
"Mineralogy, chemistry and dynamics of terrestrial planets",
Oct. 14-19, 2007, Natural History Museum, Univ. of Oslo:
What are the low-velocity anomalies in the deep mantle?
A global plate motion mantle frame
Deep Earth dynamics - numerical and fluid tank modelling
Dynamic topography, phase boundary topography and latent heat release