Luce Fleitout mostly deals with Geophysics, Lithosphere, Mantle, Oceanic crust and Crust. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Shear, Mechanics and Thermal. Luce Fleitout interconnects Geodynamics and Convection in the investigation of issues within Lithosphere.
His Convection research incorporates themes from Viscosity and Newtonian fluid. Luce Fleitout integrates many fields in his works, including Mantle and Geoid. His Crust study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Seismology, Stratification and Mountain formation.
His primary scientific interests are in Lithosphere, Geophysics, Mantle, Seismology and Geodesy. In his works, Luce Fleitout performs multidisciplinary study on Lithosphere and Geoid. His Geophysics research includes elements of Rheology, Asthenosphere, Shear, Lithospheric flexure and Oceanic crust.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Slab and Compression in addition to Asthenosphere. His work carried out in the field of Mantle brings together such families of science as Thermal subsidence, Petrology, Mantle convection and Crust. He works mostly in the field of Geodesy, limiting it down to topics relating to Post-glacial rebound and, in certain cases, Sea level change, as a part of the same area of interest.
Luce Fleitout mainly investigates Geodesy, Seismology, Post-glacial rebound, Viscoelasticity and Subduction. Luce Fleitout combines subjects such as Geodetic datum and Deglaciation with his study of Seismology. His Post-glacial rebound research integrates issues from Rheology and Sea level change.
His work focuses on many connections between Viscoelasticity and other disciplines, such as Relaxation, that overlap with his field of interest in Tectonophysics, Seismic cycle and Satellite geodesy. His studies deal with areas such as Viscosity and Geophysics as well as Asthenosphere. Many of his research projects under Geophysics are closely connected to Earth and Gravity anomaly with Earth and Gravity anomaly, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Luce Fleitout focuses on Geodesy, Seismology, Megathrust earthquake, Scale and Viscoelasticity. His Megathrust earthquake research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Aftershock, Episodic tremor and slip and Seismogram. His research in Viscoelasticity intersects with topics in Rheology, Viscosity and Asthenosphere.
His studies in Seismic hazard integrate themes in fields like Intraplate earthquake, Tectonics and Glacial period. Luce Fleitout has included themes like Deglaciation, Lithosphere and Geophysics in his Intraplate earthquake study. His research on Lithosphere frequently links to adjacent areas such as Post-glacial rebound.
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Tectonics and topography for a lithosphere containing density heterogeneities
Luce Fleitout;Claude Froidevaux.
Geoid heights and lithospheric stresses for a dynamic Earth.
Y. Ricard;L. Fleitout;C. Froidevaux.
Annales Geophysicae (1984)
Mantle convection and stability of depleted and undepleted continental lithosphere
Marie-Pierre Doin;Luce Fleitout;Ulrich Christensen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Shear deformation zones along major transform faults and subducting slabs
D. A. Yuen;L. Fleitout;G. Schubert;C. Froidevaux.
Geophysical Journal International (1978)
Thinning of the lithosphere by small-scale convective destabilization
David A. Yuen;Luce Fleitout.
Thermal evolution of the oceanic lithosphere: an alternative view
M.P. Doin;L. Fleitout.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1996)
Thermal and mechanical evolution of shear zones
L. Fleitout;C. Froidevaux.
Journal of Structural Geology (1980)
Tectonic stresses in the lithosphere
Luce Fleitout;Claude Froidevaux.
Heat transport in stagnant lid convection with temperature‐ and pressure‐dependent Newtonian or non‐Newtonian rheology
Caroline Dumoulin;Marie-Pierre Doin;Luce Fleitout.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Effect of lateral viscosity variations in the top 300 km on the geoid and dynamic topography
O. Čadek;L. Fleitout.
Geophysical Journal International (2003)
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