Pamela C. Burnley
Pamela C. Burnley
High Pressure Science and Engineering Center, Department of Geoscience University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Email verificata su physics.unlv.edu
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A new self-organizing mechanism for deep-focus earthquakes
HW Green Ii, PC Burnley
Nature 341 (6244), 733, 1989
4221989
Faulting associated with the olivine to spinel transformation in Mg2GeO4 and its implications for deep‐focus earthquakes
PC Burnley, HW Green, DJ Prior
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 96 (B1), 425-443, 1991
1611991
Faulting associated with the olivine to spinel transformation in Mg2GeO4 and its implications for deep‐focus earthquakes
PC Burnley, HW Green, DJ Prior
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 96 (B1), 425-443, 1991
1611991
Stress dependence of the mechanism of the olivine–spinel transformation
PC Burnley, HW Green II
Nature 338 (6218), 753, 1989
1371989
Stress dependence of the mechanism of the olivine–spinel transformation
PC Burnley, HW Green II
Nature 338 (6218), 753, 1989
1371989
The behavior of H2O and CO2 in high-temperature lead borate solution calorimetry of volatile-bearing phases
A Navrotsky, RP Rapp, E Smelik, P Burnley, S Circone, L Chai, K Bose
American Mineralogist 79 (11-12), 1099-1109, 1994
1121994
Vibrational spectra of dense, hydrous magnesium silicates at high pressure: Importance of the hydrogen bond angle
AM Hofmeister, H Cynn, PC Burnley, C Meade
American Mineralogist 84 (3), 454-464, 1999
741999
Thermodynamic properties and hydrogen speciation from vibrational spectra of dense hydrous magnesium silicates
H Cynn, AM Hofmeister, PC Burnley, A Navrotsky
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 23 (6), 361-376, 1996
581996
29Si and 1H NMR spectroscopy of high-pressure hydrous magnesium silicates
BL Phillips, PC Burnley, K Worminghaus, A Navrotsky
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 24 (3), 179-190, 1997
511997
Shear‐promoted phase transitions in Fe2SiO4 and Mg2SiO4 and the mechanism of deep earthquakes
TC Wu, WA Bassett, PC Burnley, MS Weathers
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B11), 19767-19776, 1993
451993
Synthesis of high-pressure hydrous magnesium silicates; observations and analysis
PC Burnley, A Navrotsky
American Mineralogist 81 (3-4), 317-326, 1996
441996
Interpreting in situ x-ray diffraction data from high pressure deformation experiments using elastic–plastic self-consistent models: an example using quartz
PC Burnley, D Zhang
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (28), 285201, 2008
392008
Shear attenuation and dispersion in MgO
IC Getting, SJ Dutton, PC Burnley, S Karato, HA Spetzler
Physics of the earth and planetary interiors 99 (3-4), 249-257, 1997
321997
The fate of olivine in subductings labs: A reconnaissance study
PC Burnley
American Mineralogist 80 (11-12), 1293-1301, 1995
321995
The failure mechanism for deep-focus earthquakes
HW Green, PC Burnley
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 54 (1), 133-141, 1990
261990
Lessons on the role of fun/playfulness from a geology undergraduate summer research program
OS Jarrett, P Burnley
Journal of Geoscience Education 58 (2), 110-120, 2010
252010
Engagement in authentic geoscience research: Evaluation of research experiences of undergraduates and secondary teachers
OS Jarrett, PC Burnley
Journal of Geoscience Education 51 (1), 85-90, 2003
242003
The mobility of Nb in rutile-saturated NaCl-and NaF-bearing aqueous fluids from 1–6.5 GPa and 300–800 C
EA Tanis, A Simon, O Tschauner, P Chow, Y Xiao, P Burnley, CJ Cline, ...
American Mineralogist 100 (7), 1600-1609, 2015
222015
The importance of stress percolation patterns in rocks and other polycrystalline materials
PC Burnley
Nature Communications 4, 2117, 2013
222013
Pyroxene-spinel symplectites; origin by decomposition of garnet confirmed
HW Green
Am. Geophys. Union EOS 69, 1514, 1988
191988
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