2011 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Plate tectonics, Geodesy, North American Plate and Pacific Plate. His Seismology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Triple junction. Charles DeMets interconnects Convergent boundary, Seafloor spreading, Clockwise and Magnetic anomaly in the investigation of issues within Plate tectonics.
His Seafloor spreading research incorporates elements of Lineation and Slab pull. He usually deals with Geodesy and limits it to topics linked to Rotation and Tectonophysics and Lithosphere. His North American Plate research integrates issues from Induced seismicity and Submarine pipeline.
Charles DeMets mainly focuses on Seismology, Geodesy, Plate tectonics, Subduction and Tectonics. His research on Seismology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Deformation. In the field of Geodesy, his study on Geodetic datum overlaps with subjects such as Motion and High resolution.
His Plate tectonics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Magnetic anomaly, Triple junction, Seafloor spreading, Lithosphere and Ridge. His North American Plate study combines topics in areas such as Induced seismicity, Submarine pipeline and Pacific Plate. His work on Neotectonics as part of general Fault research is frequently linked to Deformation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Geodesy, Subduction, Geodetic datum and High resolution. The concepts of his Seismology study are interwoven with issues in Ridge and Interferometric synthetic aperture radar. His study looks at the relationship between Geodesy and topics such as Tectonophysics, which overlap with Fault slip.
His research integrates issues of Motion, Seafloor spreading and Mantle in his study of Geodetic datum. He works mostly in the field of Slow earthquake, limiting it down to concerns involving Seismogram and, occasionally, Plate tectonics. His study in Deformation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Triple junction, North American Plate and Forearc.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, High resolution, Subduction, Ridge and Geodesy. His study in Shear extends to Seismology with its themes. In his works, Charles DeMets performs multidisciplinary study on High resolution and Motion.
The various areas that Charles DeMets examines in his Subduction study include Seismic gap, Gps data and Coulomb failure stress. His Geodesy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Kalman filter, Statistics and Random walk. His Seismic cycle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Middle america, Fault slip, Fault, Transient deformation and Block.
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Current plate motions
C. DeMets;R. G. Gordon;D. F. Argus;S. Stein.
Geophysical Journal International (1990)
Effect of recent revisions to the geomagnetic reversal time scale on estimates of current plate motions
Charles DeMets;Richard G. Gordon;Donald F. Argus;Seth Stein.
Geophysical Research Letters (1994)
Geologically current plate motions
Charles DeMets;Richard G. Gordon;Donald F. Argus.
Geophysical Journal International (2010)
Closure of the Africa‐Eurasia‐North America Plate motion circuit and tectonics of the Gloria Fault
Donald F. Argus;Richard G. Gordon;Charles DeMets;Seth Stein.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
Geologically current motion of 56 plates relative to the no-net-rotation reference frame
Donald F. Argus;Richard G. Gordon;Charles DeMets.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2011)
A new estimate for present-day Cocos-Caribbean Plate motion: Implications for slip along the Central American Volcanic Arc
Geophysical Research Letters (2001)
GPS geodetic constraints on Caribbean-North America plate motion
Charles DeMets;Pamela E. Jansma;Glen S. Mattioli;Timothy H. Dixon.
Geophysical Research Letters (2000)
New kinematic models for Pacific‐North America motion from 3 Ma to present, I: Evidence for steady motion and biases in the NUVEL‐1A Model
Charles DeMets;Timothy H. Dixon.
Geophysical Research Letters (1999)
Oblique collision in the northeastern Caribbean from GPS measurements and geological observations
Paul Mann;Eric Calais;Jean Claude Ruegg;Charles DeMets.
GPS estimate of relative motion between the Caribbean and South American plates, and geologic implications for Trinidad and Venezuela
John C. Weber;Timothy H. Dixon;Charles DeMets;William B. Ambeh.
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