Marcus G. Langseth mainly focuses on Crust, Oceanic crust, Convection, Seafloor spreading and Petrology. His study in Crust is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Geothermal gradient and Seismic refraction. His Geothermal gradient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geophysical survey, Ridge and Magnetic anomaly.
His study looks at the relationship between Convection and topics such as Seabed, which overlap with Ocean heat content and Thermohaline circulation. The various areas that Marcus G. Langseth examines in his Seafloor spreading study include Seismology, Hydrothermal circulation and Rift. In general Oceanography study, his work on Bottom water often relates to the realm of Heat flow, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Marcus G. Langseth mainly investigates Oceanography, Geophysics, Oceanic crust, Petrology and Seafloor spreading. His Seabed and Bottom water study, which is part of a larger body of work in Oceanography, is frequently linked to Heat flow, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work in Geophysics addresses issues such as Lithosphere, which are connected to fields such as Subduction and Accretion.
His Oceanic crust study also includes
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Abundance, Oceanography, Heat flow and Lithosphere. His Seismology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Seafloor spreading and Petrology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Basement, Basalt and Seamount.
His Petrology research integrates issues from Subduction, Hydrothermal circulation and Crust. Many of his studies on Oceanography apply to Back-arc basin as well. His Lithosphere research incorporates themes from Caliper log, Borehole, Fracture, Well logging and Stratigraphy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Heat flow, Oceanography, Back-arc basin, Geothermal energy and Geotechnical engineering. His research on Geothermal energy often connects related areas such as Seabed.
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Reykjanes ridge crest: A detailed geophysical study
Manik Talwani;Charles C. Windisch;Marcus G. Langseth.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1971)
Oregon Subduction Zone: Venting, Fauna, and Carbonates
L. D. Kulm;E. Suess;J. C. Moore;B. Carson.
Crustal structure of the mid‐ocean ridges: 5. Heat flow through the Atlantic Ocean floor and convection currents
Marcus G. Langseth;Xavier Le Pichon;Maurice Ewing.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1966)
The mechanisms of heat transfer through the floor of the Indian Ocean
Roger N. Anderson;Marcus G. Langseth;John G. Sclater.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1977)
Heat Flow in Back-Arc Basins of the Western Pacific
T. Watanabe;M. G. Langseth;R. N. Anderson.
Island Arcs, Deep Sea Trenches and Back-Arc Basins (2013)
Geothermal convection through oceanic crust and sediments in the Indian ocean.
Roger N. Anderson;Michael A. Hobart;Marcus G. Langseth.
Drilling deep into young oceanic crust, Hole 504B, Costa Rica Rift
K. Becker;H. Sakai;A. C. Adamson;J. Alexandrovich.
Reviews of Geophysics (1989)
A summary of Cenozoic tectonic history along the IPOD Japan Trench transect
Roland Von Huene;Marcus Langseth;Noriyuki Nasu;Hakuyu Okada.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1982)
The Nicoya Convergent Margin—A region of exceptionally low heat flow
Marcus G. Langseth;Eli A. Silver.
Geophysical Research Letters (1996)
Spreading of Antarctic Bottom Water and its effects on the floor of the Indian Ocean inferred from bottom-water potential temperature, turbidity, and sea-floor photography
Venkatarathnam Kolla;Lawrence Sullivan;S.Stephen Streeter;Marcus G. Langseth.
Marine Geology (1976)
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