*Student 1st-author, ‡Postdoc 1st-author
In review and In press:
- *Citron, R., Lourenço, D.L., Wilson, A., Grima, A., Wipperfurth, S., Rudolph, M.L., Cottaar, S., and Montési, L. Effects of heat-producing elements on the stability of deep mantle thermochemical piles. In review at G-cubed.
- Rudolph, M.L., Moulik, P., and Lekic, V.L. Bayesian inference of mantle viscosity from whole-mantle density models. In review.
- Rudolph, M.L, Lourenço, D.L., Moulik, P., and Lekic, V.L. Long-wavelength mantle structure: geophysical constraints and dynamical models. In Review for AGU Books.
- ‡Lourenco, D. and Rudolph, M.L. Shallow lower mantle viscosity modulates the pattern of mantle structure. Submitted to G-cubed.
31. ‡Williams, C.D., Mukhopadyay, S., Rudolph, M.L., Romanowicz, B. (2019). Primitive helium is sourced from seismically slow regions in the lowermost mantle. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 20(8), 4130-4145. Link [pdf]
29. Tingay, M, Manga, M., Rudolph, M.L., and Davies, R.J. (2018). An alternative review of facts, coincidences and past and future studies of the Lusi eruption. Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology 95, 345-361. Link [pdf]
28. Rudolph, M.L., and Sohn, R. (2017). A model for internal oscillations in geysers. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 343, 17-24. Link
27. Li, M.M., Black, B., Zhong, S.J., Manga, M., Rudolph, M., and Olson, P. (2016) Quantifying melt production and degassing rate at mid-ocean ridges from global mantle convection models with plate motion history. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 17(7), 2884–2904. Link [pdf]
21. Zhong, S. and Rudolph, M.L. (2015) On the Temporal Evolution of Long-wavelength Mantle Structure of the Earth Since the Early Paleozoic. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 16(5) 1599-1615. Link [pdf]
18. Muñoz-Saez, C., Manga, M., Hurwitz, S., Rudolph, M.L., and Namiki, A. (2015). Dynamics within geyser conduits, and sensitivity to environmental conditions: Insights from a periodic geyser in the El Tatio Geyser Field, Atacama Desert, Chile. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 292, 41-55. Link [pdf]
17. Vandemeulebrouck, J., Sohn, R.A., Rudolph, M.L, Hurwitz, S., Johnston, M.J.S., Soule, S.A., McPhee, D, Glen, J.M.G., Karlstrom, L., Murphy, F., and Manga, M. (2014). Eruption dynamics at Lone Star Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, USA, Part 2: Geophysical Constraints on Subsurface Dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research B. doi: 10.1002/2014JB011526 Link [pdf]
16. Rudolph, M.L., and Zhong, S.J. History and dynamics of the net rotation of the mantle and lithosphere. (2014). Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 15(9) 3645-3657, doi:10.1002/2014GC005457 Link [pdf]
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14. Karlstrom, L., Hurwitz, S., Sohn, R., Vandemeulebrouck, J., Murphy, F., Rudolph, M., Johnston, M., Manga, M., and McCleskey, R.B. (2013) Eruptions at Lone Star Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, USA, Part 1: Energetics and Eruption Dynamics. JGR-B 118, 4048-4062. Link [pdf]
13. Rudolph, M.L., Shirzaei, M., Manga, M., Fukushima, Y. (2013), Evolution and future of the Lusi mud eruption inferred from ground deformation. Geophys. Res. Lett. 40, 1089-1092. DOI: 10.1002/grl.50189 Link [pdf]
9. Thomas, A.M., Burgmann, R., Shelley, D.R., Beeler, N.M., and Rudolph, M.L. (2012), Tidal sensitivity of low frequency earthquakes near Parkfield, CA: implications for fault mechanics below the brittle-ductile transition. J. Geophys. Res. B. 117, B05301 Link [pdf]
7. M.L. Rudolph, L. Karlstrom, and M. Manga (2011), A prediction of the longevity of the Lusi mud eruption, Indonesia, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 308, 124-130. [pdf]
6. M.L. Rudolph and M. Manga (2010), Mud Volcano Response to the April 4, 2010 El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake, Journal of Geophysical Research (Solid Earth) 115, B12211 [pdf]
2. Y. Wang, E. Bollig, B. Kadlec, Z. Garbow, G. Erlebacher, D. Yuen, M. Rudolph, X. Yang, and E. Sevre "WEB-IS (Integrated System): An Overall View" Visual Geosciences 10(1), 27-42. Link
Refereed Conference Proceedings
M. Rudolph, T. Gerya, and D. Yuen, "Challenges in the Visualization of a Two-Dimensional Mantle Convection Simulation Using One Billion Tracers," Proceedings of the Third M.I.T. Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 2005