Publications

108. Computer simulations of Jupiter's deep internal dynamics help interpret what Juno sees Glatzmaier, G.A. (2018) Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., doi:10.1073/pnas.1709125115.

107. Validity of sound-proof approaches in rapidly-rotating compressible convection: marginal stability versus turbulence Verhoeven, J. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2017) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 112, 36-61 (doi:10.1080/03091929.2017.1380800).

106. Performance benchmarks for a next generation numerical dynamo model Matsui, H. et al. (2016) Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., doi:10.1002/2015GC006159.

105. Magnetic polarity reversals in the core Glatzmaier, G.A. & Coe, R.S. (2015) in Treatise on Geophysics, 2nd Edition, Volume 8, Chapter 8.11, eds. G. Schubert and P. Olson (Elsevier), pp. 279-295.

104. Tidal heating in icy satellite oceans Chen, E.M.A., Nimmo, F., & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2014) Icarus, 229, 11-30.

103. Introduction to Modeling Convection in Planets and Stars Glatzmaier, G.A. (2014) Princeton Univ Press.

102. Lagrangian Coherent Structures in the California Current System - sensitivities and limitations Harrison, C.S. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2012) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 106, 22-44 (doi:10.1080/03091929.2010.532793).

101. Anelastic convection-driven dynamo benchmarks Jones, C.A., Boronski, P., Brun, A.S., Glatzmaier, G.A., Gastine, T., Miesch, M.S. & Wicht, J. (2011) Icarus, 216, 120-135.

100. Complex polarity reversals in a geodynamo model Olson, P.L., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Coe, R.S. (2011) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 304, 168-179 (doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.01.031).

99. Geodynamo reversal frequency and heterogeneous core-mantle boundary heat flow Olson, P.L., Coe, R.S., Driscall, P.E., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (2010) Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 180, 66-79.

98. Numerical simulation of a spherical dynamo excited by a flow of von Karmon type Roberts, P.H., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Clune, T.L. (2010) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 104, 202-220.

97. Dynamo models for planets other than Earth Stanley, S. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2010) Space Sci. Rev., 152, 617-649 (doi:10.1007/s11214-009-9573-y).

96. Differential rotation in giant planets maintained by density-stratified turbulent convection Glatzmaier, G.A., Evonuk, M. & Rogers, T.M. (2009) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dynam., 103, 31-51.

95. Numerical simulations of volcanic jets: Importance of vent overpressure Ogden, D.E., Wohletz, K.H., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Brodsky, E.E. (2008) J. Geophys. Res., B02204, doi:10.1029/2007JB005133.

94. A note on "Constraints on deep-seated zonal winds inside Jupiter and Saturn" Glatzmaier, G.A. (2008) Icarus, 196, 665-666.

93. Nonlinear dynamics of gravity wave driven flows in the solar radiative interior Rogers, T.M., MacGregor, K.B. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2008) Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 387, 616-630.

92. Effects of vent overpressure on buoyant eruption columns: Implications for plume stability Ogden, D.E., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Wohletz, K.H. (2008) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 268, 283-292.

91. Geodynamo: Numerical simulations Glatzmaier, G.A. (2007) in Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism, eds. D. Gubbins and E. Herrero-Bervera (Springer), pp. 302-306.

90. The effects of rotation on deep convection in giant planets with small cores Evonuk, M. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2007) Planet. Space Sci. 55, 407-412.

89. Numerical simulations of penetration and overshoot in the sun Rogers, T.M., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Jones, C.A. (2006) Astrophys. J. 653, 766-773.

88. Angular momentum transport by gravity waves in the solar interior Rogers, T.M. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2006) Astrophys. J. 653, 757-765.

87. Symmetry and stability of the geomagnetic field Coe, R.S. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2006) Geophys. Res. Lett. 33, L21311, doi:10.1029/2006GL027903.

86. The effects of different parameter regimes in geodynamo simulations Ogden, D.E., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Coe, R.S. (2006) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dynam., 100, 107-120.

85. A 2D study of the effects of the size of a solid core on the equatorial flow in giant planets Evonuk, M. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2006) Icarus, 181, 458-464.

84. Carbon ignition in Type Ia supernovae: II. A three-dimensional numerical model Kuhlen, M., Woosely, S.E. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2006) Astrophy. J, 640, 407-416.

83. Gravity waves in the sun Rogers, T.M. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2005) MNRAS 364, 1135-1146.

82. Large eddy simulations of two-dimensional turbulent convection in a density-stratified fluid Chen, Q. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2005) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 99, 355-375.

81. Statistical paleomagnetic field modelling and dynamo numerical simulation Bouligand, C., Hulot, G. Khokhlov, A. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2005) Geophys. J. Int., 161, 603-626.

80. Planetary and stellar dynamos: Challenges for next generation models Glatzmaier, G.A. (2005) in Fluid Dynamics and Dynamos in Astrophysics and Geophysics, eds. A.M. Soward, C.A. Jones, D.W. Hughes, N.O. Weiss, Chp. 11, 331-357 (CRC Press).

79. Probing the geodynamo Glatzmaier, G.A. & Olson, P. (2005) Sci. Am., 292, 50-57; and Sci. Am. Special Edition, 15, 28-35.

78. Penetrative convection within the anelastic approximation Rogers, T.M. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2005) Astrophys. J. 620, 432-441.

77. 2D studies of various approximations used for modeling convection in giant planets Evonuk, M. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2004) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 98, 241-255.

76. Modeling the Earth's Dynamo Glatzmaier, G.A., Ogden, D.E. & Clune, T.L. (2004) in State of the Planet: Frontiers and Challenges in Geophysics, Geophysical Monograph 150, eds R.S.J. Sparks, C.J. Hawkesworth, IUGG 19, 13-24.

75. Simulations of two-dimensional turbulent convection in a density-stratified fluid Rogers, T.M., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Woosley, S.E. (2003) Phys. Rev. E. 67, 026315-1-6.

74. Geodynamo simulations - How realistic are they? Glatzmaier, G.A. (2002) Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 30, 237-257.

73. A numerical dynamo benchmark Christensen, U.R., Aubert, J., Cardin, P., Dormy, E., Gibbons, S., Glatzmaier, G.A., Grote, E., Honkura, Y., Jones, C., Kono, M., Matsushima, M., Sakuraba, A., Takahashi, F., Tilgner, A., Wicht, J. & Zhang, K. (2001) Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. 128, 25-34. ( Erratum )

72. A statistical analysis of magnetic fields from some geodynamo simulations McMillan, D.G., Constable, C.G., Parker, R.L. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2001) Geochem. Geophys. Geosys. 2, 2000GC000130.

71. The geodynamo, past, present and future Roberts, P.H. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2001) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn., 94, 47-84.

70. Three-dimensional simulations of mantle convection in Io Tackley, P.J., Schubert, G., Glatzmaier, G.A., Schenk, P., Ratcliff, J.T. & Matas, J.-P. (2001) Icarus , 149, 79-93.

69. Geodynamo theory and simulations Roberts, P.H. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2000) Rev. Mod. Phys., 72, 1081-1124.

68. Gravitational braking of inner-core rotation in geodynamo simulations Buffett, B.A. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2000) Geophys. Res. Lett., 27, 3125-3128.

67. Three-dimensional spherical simulations of solar convection: Differential rotation and pattern evolution achieved with laminar and turbulent states Miesch, M.S., Elliott, J.R., Toomre, J., Clune, T.L., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Gilman, P.A. (2000) Astrophys. J. 532, 593-615.

66. Computational aspects of geodynamo simulations Glatzmaier, G.A. & Clune, C.L. (2000) Comp. Sci. Eng., 2, 61-67.

65. A test of the frozen flux approximation using a new geodynamo model Roberts, P.H. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2000) Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 358, 1109-1121.

64. An examination of simulated geomagnetic reversals from a paleomagnetic perspective Coe, R.S., Hongre, L. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (2000) Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 358, 1141-1170.

63. The role of the Earth's mantle in controlling the frequency of geomagnetic reversals Glatzmaier, G.A., Coe, R.S., Hongre, L. & Roberts, P.H. (1999) Nature, 401, 885-890.

62. Numerical modelling of the geodynamo: a systematic parameter study Christensen, U., Olson, P. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1999) Geophys. J. Int. 138, 393-409.

61. Numerical modeling of the geodynamo: Mechanisms of field generation and equilibration Olson, P., Christensen, U. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1999) J. Geophys. Res.,104, 10,383-10,404.

60. Computational aspects of a code to study rotating turbulent convection in spherical shells Clune, T.C., Elliott, J.R., Miesch, M.S., Toomre, J. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1999) Parallel Computing 25, 361-380.

59. Dynamo theory then and now Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H (1998) Int. J. Engng. Sci., 36, 1325-1338.

58. Mixed-parity solutions in a mean-field dynamo model Hollerbach, R. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1998) Studia geoph. et geod. 42, 239-246.

57. A dynamo model interpretation of geomagnetic field structures Christensen, U., Olson, P. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1998) Geophys. Res Lett., 25, 1565-1568.

56. Numerical simulations of the geodynamo Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1997) Acta Astron. et Geophys. Uni. Comenianae XIX, 125-143.

55. Simulating the Geodynamo Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1997) Contemporary Phys., 38, 269-288.

54. Computer simulations of the Earth's magnetic field Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1997) Geowissenschaften, 15, 95-99.

53. On the magnetic sounding of planetary interiors Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1996) Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. 98, 207-220.

52. Rotation and magnetism of Earth's inner core Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1996) Science 274, 1887-1891.

51. An anelastic evolutionary geodynamo simulation driven by compositional and thermal convection Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1996) Physica D 97, 81-94.

50. Magnetoconvection and thermal coupling of Earth's core and mantle Olson, P. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1996) Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A354, 1413-1424.

49. Magnetoconvection in a rotating spherical shell: Structure of flow in the outer core Olson, P. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1995) Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. 92,109-118.

48. Effects of curvature, aspect ratio and plan form in two- and three-dimensional spherical models of thermal convection Jarvis, G.T., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Vangelov, V.I. (1995) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 79, 147-171.

47. A three-dimensional self-consistent computer simulation of a geomagnetic field reversal Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1995) Nature 377, 203-209.

46. A three-dimensional convective dynamo solution with rotating and finitely conducting inner core and mantle Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1995) Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. 91, 63-75.

45. Numerical modeling of tracer transport within and out of the lower tropospheric arctic region Kao, C.-Y. J., Barr, S., Quintanar, A., Langley, D., Glatzmaier, G.A., Malone, R.C. (1995) Geophys. Res. Lett.22, 941-944.

44. Global-scale solar turbulent convection and its coupling to rotation Glatzmaier, G.A. & J. Toomre (1995) in GONG '94: Helio- Astero- Seismology from the Earth and Space 1995 ASP Series, 76, Eds. R.K. Ulrich, E.J. Rhodes, W. Dappen, pages 200-203.

43. Spherical core convection in rotating A-Type stars Dolez, N., G.A. Glatzmaier & J. Toomre (1995) in GONG '94: Helio- Astero- Seismology from the Earth and Space 1995 ASP Series, 76, Eds. R.K. Ulrich, E.J. Rhodes, W. Dappen, pages 653-656.

42. Numerical simulations of thermal convection in a rapidly rotating spherical shell cooled inhomogeneously from above Sun, Z.-P., Schubert, G., Glatzmaier, G.A. (1994) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 75, 199-226.

41. Effects of multiple phase transitions in a three-dimensional spherical model of convection in the Earth's mantle Tackley, P.J., Stevenson, D.J., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Schubert, G. (1994) J. Geophys. Res. 99, 15877-15901.

40. On testing the significance of atmospheric response to smoke from the Kuwaiti oil fires using the Los Alamos General Circulation model Kao, C.-Y. J., Glatzmaier, G.A., Malone, R.C. (1994) J. Geophys. Res. 99, 14503-14508.

39. Snow hydrology in a general circulation model Marshall, S., Roads, J.O., Glatzmaier, G. (1994) J. Climate 7, 1251-1269.

38. Intermediate dynamo models Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roberts, P.H. (1993) J. Geomag. Geoelect. 45, 1605-1616.

37. Three dimensional spherical models of layered and whole mantle convection Glatzmaier, G.A. & Schubert, G. (1993) J. Geophys. Res. 98, 21969-21976.

36. Comparisons of seismic Earth structures and mantle flow models using radial correlation functions Jordan, T.H., Puster, P., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Tackley, P.J. (1993) Science 261, 1427-1431.

35. Steady, three dimensional internally heated convection Schubert, G., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Travis, B. (1993) Phys. Fluids A. 5, 1928-1932.

34. Highly supercritical thermal convection in a rotating spherical shell: centrifugal vs. radial gravity Glatzmaier, G.A. & Olson, P. (1993) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 70, 113-136.

33. Transitions to chaotic thermal convection in a rapidly rotating spherical fluid shell Sun, Z.-P., Schubert, G. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1993) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 69, 95-131.

32. Banded surface flow maintained by convection in a model of the rapidly rotating giant planets Sun, Z.-P., Schubert, G. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1993) Science 260, 661-664.

31. Effects of an endothermic phase transition at 670km depth on a spherical model of convection in the Earth's mantle Tackley, P.J., Stevenson, D.J., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Schubert, G. (1993) Nature 361, 699-704.

30. Three dimensional spherical-shell convection: Long wavelength time-dependence and true polar wander Tackley, P., Stevenson, D., & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1992) in Conference Proceedings: Workshop on visualization and statistical analysis in hard-turbulence, Eds. D.A. Yuen & S. Zaleski, 57-58.

29. Global simulations of smoke from Kuwaiti oil fires and possible effects on climate Glatzmaier, G. A., Malone, R. C. & Kao, C.Y. J. (1992) in the American Institute of Physics, Conference Proceedings Series: Global Climate Change and Energy Policy, Eds. L. Rosen & R. Glasser, 155-159.

28. Snow hydrology Marshall, S., Glatzmaier, G.A. & Roads, J.O. (1992) in the American Institute of Physics, Conference Proceedings Series: Global Climate Change and Energy Policy, Eds. L. Rosen & R . Glasser, 149-154.

27. Three-dimensional convection of an infinite Prandtl number compressible fluid in a basally heated spherical shell Bercovici, D., Schubert, G. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1992) J. Fluid Mech. 239, 683-719.

26. Global aspects of the Los Alamos general circulation model hydrologic cycle Roads, J.O., Chen, S.C., Kao, J., Langley, D., & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1992) J. Geophys. Res. 97, 10,051-10,068.

25. Modal growth and coupling in three-dimensional spherical convection Bercovici, D., Schubert, G. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1991) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 61, 149-159.

24. Mantle dynamics in Mars and Venus: Influence of an immobile lithosphere on three dimensional mantle convection Schubert, G., Bercovici, D. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1990) J. Geophys. Res. 95, 14,105-14,129.

23. Global three-dimensional simulations of ozone depletion under post-war conditions Kao, C.-Y. J., Glatzmaier, G.A., Malone, R.C. & Turco, R.P. (1990) J. Geophys. Res. 95, 22,495-22,512.

22. Chaotic, subduction-like downflows in a spherical model of convection in the Earth's mantle Glatzmaier, G.A., Schubert, G. & Bercovici, D. (1990) Nature 347, 274-277.

21. Three-dimensional thermal convection in a spherical shell Bercovici, D., Schubert, G., Glatzmaier, G.A., & Zebib, A. (1989) J. Fluid Mech. 206, 75-104.

20. lnfluence of heating on three-dimensional mantle convection Bercovici, D., Schubert, G. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1989) Geophys. Res. Lett. 16, 617-620.

19. Three-dimensional, spherical models of convection in the Earth's mantle Bercovici, D., Schubert, G., & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1989) Science 244, 950-955.

18. Numerical simulations of mantle convection: time-dependent, three-dimensional, compressible, spherical shell Glatzmaier, G.A. (1988) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 43, 223-264.

17. A review of what numerical simulations tell us about the internal rotation of the sun Glatzmaier, G.A. (1987) in The Internal Solar Angular Velocity, ed. B. R. Durney & S. Sofia, 263-274 (Dordrecht: Reidel).

16. Spacelab experiments on convection in a rotating spherical shell with radial gravity Toomre, J., Hart, J.E., & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1987) in The Internal Solar Angular Velocity, ed. B. R. Durney & S. Sofia, 27-44 (Dordrecht: Reidel).

15. Spacelaboratory and numerical simulations of thermal convection in a rotating hemispherical shell with radial gravity Hart, J.E., Glatzmaier, G.A., & Toomre, J. (1986) J. Fluid Mech. 173, 519-544.

14. A laboratory model of planetary and stellar convection Hart, J.E., Toomre, J., Deane, A.E., Hurlburt, N.E., Glatzmaier, G.A., Fichtl, G.H., Leslie, F., Fowlis, W.W., & Gilman, P.A. (1986) Science 234, 61-64.

13. Nuclear winter: Three dimensional simulations including interactive transport, scavenging, and solar heating of smoke Malone, R.C., Auer, L.H., Glatzmaier, G.A., Wood, M.C., & Toon, O.B. (1986) J. Geophys. Res. 91, 1039-1053.

12. Influence of solar heating and precipitation scavenging on the simulated lifetime of postnuclear war smoke Malone, R.C., Auer, L.H., Glatzmaier, G.A., Wood, M.C., & Toon, O.B. (1985) Science 230, 317-319.

11. Magnetic field propagation in a stellar dynamo Glatzmaier, G.A. (1985) J. Stat. Phys. 39, 493-499.

10. Numerical simulations of stellar convective dynamos III. At the base of the convection zone Glatzmaier, G.A. (1985) Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. 31, 137-150.

9. Numerical simulations of stellar convective dynamos II. Field propagation in the convection zone Glatzmaier, G.A. (1985) Astrophys. J. 291, 300-307.

8. Numerical simulations of stellar convective dynamos I. The model and method Glatzmaier, G.A. (1984) J. Comp. Phys. 55, 461-484.

7. Compressible convection in a rotating spherical shell V. Induced differential rotation and meridional circulation Glatzmaier, G.A. & Gilman, P.A. (1982) Astrophys. J. 256, 316-330.

6. Compressible convection in a rotating spherical shell IV. Effects of viscosity, conductivity, boundary conditions and zone depth Glatzmaier, G.A. & Gilman, P.A. (1981) Astrophys. J. Suppl. 47, 103-116.

5. Compressible convection in a rotating spherical shell III. Analytic model for compressible vorticity waves Glatzmaier, G.A. & Gilman, P.A. (1981) Astrophys. J. Suppl. 45, 381-388.

4. Compressible convection in a rotating spherical shell II. A linear anelastic model Glatzmaier, G.A. & Gilman, P.A. (1981) Astrophys. J. Suppl. 45, 351-380.

3. Compressible convection in a rotating spherical shell I. Anelastic equations Gilman, P.A. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1981) Astrophys. J. Suppl. 45, 335-349.

2. Compressible convection in a rotating spherical shell Glatzmaier, G.A. & Gilman, P.A. (1981) in Solar Phenomena in Stars and Stellar Systems, ed. Bonnet, 145 (Dordrecht: Reidel).

1. Effects of certain analysis procedures on solar global velocity signals Gilman, P.A. & Glatzmaier, G.A. (1980) Astrophys. J. 241, 793-803.