Effects of lateral viscosity variations on postglacial rebound: an analytical approach
So far, interpretations of postglacial rebound have usually been based on the assumption of laterally homogeneous earth models. However, in view of the increasing evidence of the 3-D structure of the Earth's mantle, several studies on the effects of lateral variations of the viscosity on postglacial rebound have been completed during the last decade. In the present study, we consider load-induced viscoelastic and viscous perturbations of incompressible and vertically homogeneous flat earth...[Show more]
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