Publications

Please email me (jssim at eas dot gatech dot edu) for paper if you have trouble getting it.

[4] S.J. Sim, (2022) Persistent magma-rich waves beneath mid-ocean ridges explain long periodicity on ocean floor fabric.

[3] R. Parnell-Turner, S.J. Sim, J.A. Olive, (2020) Time-dependent crustal accretion on the Southeast Indian Ridge from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 search data, Geophysical Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL087349.

[2] S.J. Sim, M. Spiegelman, D.R. Stegman, C. Wilson, (2020) Influence of permeability and spreading rate on melt focusing beneath mid-ocean ridges, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pepi.2020.106486.

[1] S.J. Sim, D.R. Stegman, N. Coltice, (2016) Influence of Continental growth on mid-ocean ridge depth, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 17 (11), 4425-4437, https://doi.org/10.1002/2016GC006629.

In preparation

[4] A. Robel, S.J. Sim, C. Meyer, M. Siegfried, C. Gustafson (in prep) Contemporary Ice Sheet Thinning Drives Subglacial Groundwater Exfiltration

[3] S.J.Sim, S.Hier-Majumder, M.Hirschmann (in prep) Volatile and TraceElement Storage in a Crystallizing Martian Magma Ocean

[2] S.J. Sim, E. Hauri, M. Spiegelman, C. Manning (in prep) Global CO_2 potential in the mantle wedge of the subduction zone

[1] S.J. Sim, M. Spiegelman, D.R. Stegman, C. Wilson (major revisions) M3LT: A new open source model to explore the dynamics of Melt in the Mantle beneath Mid-ocean ridge.