Volcanic morphology of the East Pacific Rise Crest 9 [degrees] 49'-52': Implications for volcanic emplacement processes at fast-spreading mid-ocean ridges. Marine Geophysical Researches. 2000;21:23-41.
High-resolution seafloor mapping using the DSL-120 sonar system: Quantitative assessment of sidescan and phase-bathymetry data from the Lucky Strike segment of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Marine Geophysical Researches. 2000;21:121-42.
Magmatic processes and segmentation at a fast spreading mid-ocean ridge; Detailed investigation of an axial discontinuity on the East Pacific Rise crest at 9 [degrees] 37'N. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems. 2000;2.
Continuous near-bottom gravity measurements made with a BGM-3 gravimeter in DSV Alvin on the East Pacific Rise crest near 9 [degrees] 31 [degrees] N and 9 [degrees] 50'N. Journal of Geophysical Research. 1999;104:10,841-61.
Central anomaly magnetization high; constraints on the volcanic construction and architecture of seismic Layer 2A at a fast-spreading mid-ocean ridge, the EPR at 9 [degrees] 30'-50'N. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 1999;169:37-50.
Time-series temperature measurements at high-temperature hydrothermal vents, East Pacific Rise 9 [degrees] 49'-51'N; evidence for monitoring a crustal cracking event. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 1998;160:419-31.