Atalay Ayele focuses on Seismology, Rift, Magma, Seafloor spreading and Dike. His work in Plate tectonics and Magma chamber is related to Seismology. Atalay Ayele has researched Rift in several fields, including Magmatism, Mid-ocean ridge and Crust.
His study looks at the relationship between Magma and fields such as Vulcanian eruption, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His research in Seafloor spreading intersects with topics in East African Rift and Induced seismicity. Rift zone and Volcano is closely connected to Divergent boundary in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Dike.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rift, Seismology, Induced seismicity, Volcano and Magma. His study in Rift is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Petrology, Seafloor spreading, Lithosphere and Magmatism. The concepts of his Seismology study are interwoven with issues in Dike and Crust.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Dike, Divergent boundary are connected with Rift zone and other disciplines. His work on Caldera is typically connected to Low frequency as part of general Volcano study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Magma research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Period, Vulcanian eruption and Silicic.
His primary areas of study are Rift, Seismology, Induced seismicity, Volcano and Magma. His work investigates the relationship between Rift and topics such as Petrology that intersect with problems in Geophysical imaging. In most of his Seismology studies, his work intersects topics such as Crust.
His Crust research includes themes of Receiver function and P-wave. His Induced seismicity research incorporates elements of Tectonics, Plate tectonics and Caldera. His studies deal with areas such as Seismic moment, Period, Earthquake swarm and Magma chamber as well as East African Rift.
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Magma-maintained rift segmentation at continental rupture in the 2005 Afar dyking episode
Tim J. Wright;Tim J. Wright;Cindy Ebinger;Cindy Ebinger;Juliet Biggs;Atalay Ayele.
Geophysical constraints on the dynamics of spreading centres from rifting episodes on land
Tim J. Wright;Freysteinn Sigmundsson;Carolina Pagli;Manahloh Belachew.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Strain accommodation by magmatism and faulting as rifting proceeds to breakup: Seismicity of the northern Ethiopian rift
Derek Keir;C. J. Ebinger;G. W. Stuart;E. Daly.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Length and Timescales of Rift Faulting and Magma Intrusion: The Afar Rifting Cycle from 2005 to Present
Cynthia Ebinger;Atalay Ayele;Derek Keir;Julie Rowland.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (2010)
Evidence for focused magmatic accretion at segment centers from lateral dike injections captured beneath the Red Sea rift in Afar
Derek Keir;Derek Keir;Ian J. Hamling;Atalay Ayele;Eric Calais.
The nature of the crust beneath the Afar triple junction: Evidence from receiver functions
James O.S. Hammond;J.-M. Kendall;G.W. Stuart;D. Keir.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2011)
September 2005 mega‐dike emplacement in the Manda‐Harraro nascent oceanic rift (Afar depression)
Atalay Ayele;Atalay Ayele;Derek Keir;Cynthia Ebinger;Tim J. Wright.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Capturing magma intrusion and faulting processes during continental rupture: seismicity of the Dabbahu (Afar) rift
C.J. Ebinger;C.J. Ebinger;D. Keir;D. Keir;A. Ayele;E. Calais.
Geophysical Journal International (2008)
The volcano–seismic crisis in Afar, Ethiopia, starting September 2005
Atalay Ayele;Eric Jacques;Mohammed Kassim;Tesfaye Kidane.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2007)
Shallow axial magma chamber at the slow-spreading Erta Ale Ridge
Carolina Pagli;Tim J. Wright;Cynthia J. Ebinger;Sang-Ho Yun.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
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