ZATMAN LECTURES


The Zatman lecture is given at each biennial SEDI meeting by a prominent young scientist who has done outstanding work on core dynamics. Stephen Zatman was himself a prominent young scientist who studied core dynamics, and whose life was tragically cut short.

ZATMAN LECTURES
2004
R. Holme
Secular variation and flow in the core
2006
J. Aurnou
Scaling behavior in planetary core dynamics
2008
M. Dumberry
Geodetic constraints on core dynamics and core-mantle interactions
2010
J. Roberts
Effects of giant impacts on the mantles and cores of Mars and Mercury
2012
N. Gillet
Stochasitic core flow reconstruction over the observatory era
2014
J. Mound
Geomagnetic implications of inner core translation
2016
A. Fournier
Force balance and wave motion in Earth’s core

2018

Harriet Lau

Tidal Tomography: What an often-neglected

phenomenon known as Earth tides can tell us about

buoyancy in the deepest part of the mantle

 


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