Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications
(Google Scholar link)

Schutt, D.L., A. R. Lowry, and J. S. Buehler, Moho temperature and mobility of lower crust in the Western United States (2018), Geology, (pdf).

Jha, S., D. L. Harry, D. L. Schutt, Toolbox for Analysis of Flexural Isostasy (TAFI)—A MATLAB toolbox for modeling flexural deformation of the lithosphere (2017), Geosphere 13 (5), 1555-1565 (pdf).

Afonso, J.C., N. Rawlinson, Y. Yang, D. L. ,Schutt, A. G. Jones, and J.Fullea,(2016), 3‐D multiobservable probabilistic inversion for the compositional and thermal structure of the lithosphere and upper mantle: III. Thermochemical tomography in the Western-Central US, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (10), 7337-7370 (pdf)

Colella, H. V., D. L. Schutt, D. F. Sumy, and A. M. Frassetto (2015), Helping early-career researchers succeed, Eos, 96, doi:10.1029/2015EO034965 (link to on-line version)

Xu, G., J. L. Hannah, H. J. Stein, A. Mark, J. O. Vigran, B. Bingen, D. Schutt, and B. A. Lundschien (2014) , Cause of Upper Triassic climate crisis revealed by Re-Os geochemistry of Boreal black shales, Palaeogeography, Palaeocliatology, and Palaeoecology, doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.12.027 (Xu et al Palaeo-3 2014).

Afonso, J. C., and D. L. Schutt (2012), The effects of polybaric partial melting on density and seismic velocities of mantle restites, Lithos, 134, 289-303, doi: 10.1016/j.lithos.2012.01.009 (Afonso_Schutt_Melting_Paths_Depletion_Lithos_2012).

Schutt, D. L., and C. E. Lesher (2010), Compositional Trends among Kaapvaal Craton Garnet Peridotite Xenoliths and their Effects on Seismic Velocity and Density, Earth & Planetary Science Letters, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2010.10.018 (Schutt_Lesher_xenolith_EPSL_2010).

Lay, T., R.C. Aster, D.W. Forsyth, B. Romanowicz, R.M. Allen, V.F. Cormier, J. Gomberg, J.A. Hole, G. Masters, D. Schutt, A. Sheehan, J. Tromp, M.E. Wysession (2009) Seismological Grand Challenges in Understanding Earth’s Dynamic Systems, Rep., 84 pp (pdf),

Leeman, W. P. , D. L. Schutt, S. S. Hughes (2009), Thermal structure beneath the Snake River Plain: Implications for the Yellowstone hotspot, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 188(1), 57-67. doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2009.01.034 (Leeman_Schutt_Hughes_thermal_structure_SRP_JVGR_2009).

Manea, V. C., M. M. Manea, W. P. Leeman, and D. L. Schutt (2009), The influence of plume head-lithosphere interaction on magmatism associated with the Yellowstone hotspot track, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 188(1), 68-85. doi: http://dx.doi.org10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2009.01.034 (Yellowstone_plume_lithosphere_interaction_Manea_et_al_JVGR_2009).

Schutt, D. L. and K. Dueker (2008), Temperature of the plume layer beneath the Yellowstone Hotspot, Geology, 36(8), 4. doi:10.1130/G24809A.1 (Temperature_Yellowstone_Plume_Schutt_Dueker_Geology_2009).

Schutt, D. L., K. Dueker, and H. Yuan (2008), Crust and upper mantle velocity structure of the Yellowstone hot spot and surroundings, Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 113(B3). doi: 10.1029/2007jb005109 (Yellowstone_Rayleigh_wave_tomo_Schutt_et_al_JGR_2008).

Stachnik, J. C., K. Dueker, D. L. Schutt, and H. Yuan (2008), Imaging Yellowstone plume-lithosphere interactions from inversion of ballistic and diffusive Rayleigh wave dispersion and crustal thickness data, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 9. doi: 10.1029/2008gc001992 (Stachnik_et_al_Yellowstone_ambient_diffusive_G-cubed_2008).

Yuan, H. Y., K. Dueker, and D. L. Schutt (2008), Testing five of the simplest upper mantle anisotropic velocity parameterizations using teleseismic S and SKS data from the Billings, Montana PASSCAL array, Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 113(B3). doi: 10.1029/2007jb005092 (Montana_multi-layer_anisotropy_Yuan_et_al_JGR_2008).

Schutt, D. L., and C. E. Lesher (2006), Effects of melt depletion on the density and seismic velocity of garnet and spinel lherzolite, Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 111(B5). doi: 10.1029/2003jb002950 (Melt_Depletion_Velocity_Schutt_Lesher_JGR_2006).

Waite, G. P., D. L. Schutt, and R. B. Smith (2005), Models of lithosphere and asthenosphere anisotropic structure of the Yellowstone hot spot from shear wave splitting, Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 110(B11). doi: 10.1029/2004jb003501 (Yellowstone_shear_wave_splitting_JGR_2005).

James, D. E., F. R. Boyd, D. Schutt, D. R. Bell, and R. W. Carlson (2004), Xenolith constraints on seismic velocities in the upper mantle beneath southern Africa, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 5.  doi: 10.1029/2003GC000551 (Kaapvaal_xenolith_velocities_James_et_al_G-cubed_2004).

Schutt, D. L., and E. D. Humphreys (2004), P and S wave velocity and V-P/V-S in the wake of the Yellowstone hot spot, Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 109(B1) (SRP_Vp_Vs_tomography_Schutt_Humphreys_2004).

Schutt, D. L., and E. D. Humphreys (2001), Evidence for a deep asthenosphere beneath North America from western United States SKS splits, Geology, 29(4), 291-294 (Schutt_Humphreys_deep_asthenosphere_splits_Geology_2001)

Humphreys, E. D., K. G. Dueker, D. L. Schutt, and R. B. Smith (2000), Beneath Yellowstone; evaluating plume and nonplume models using teleseismic images of the upper mantle, GSA Today, 10(12), 1-7 (Yellowstone_plume-non-plume_Humphreys_et_al_2000_GSA_Today).

Schutt, D., E. D. Humphreys, and K. Dueker (1998), Anisotropy of the Yellowstone Hot Spot wake, eastern Snake River plain, Idaho, in Geodynamics of lithosphere and Earth’s mantle; seismic anisotropy as a record of the past and present dynamic processes., edited by J. Plomerova, R. C. Liebermann and V. Babuska, pp. 443-462, Birkhaeuser Verlag, Basel, Switzerland (Schutt_et_al_anisotropy_SRP_PAGEOPH_1998).

Last Edited on January 9, 2018.

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