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It's O(1) compaction length to Cambridge: successes and challenges for magma dynamics since McKenzie (1984)

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Part of Sedgwick Club Conference 2017

Rich’s research interests include magma/mantle dynamics at plate-tectonic boundaries, the coupled dynamics of ice sheets and subglacial hydrology, and other problems in involving melting, freezing, and fluid flow.

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