*Denotes undergraduate advisee.

[10] Wirth, E. A., Long, M. D., Moriarty, J. C., in review. A Markov chain Monte Carlo approach to forward modeling anisotropic receiver functions. Submitted to Geophysical Journal International.

[9] Marafi, N. A., Eberhard, M. O.., Berman, J. W., Wirth, E. A., Frankel, A. D., in review. Effects of deep basins on structural collapse during large subduction earthquakes. Submitted to Earthquake Spectra.

[8] Ford, H. A., Long, M. D., Wirth, E. A., 2016. Mid-lithospheric discontinuities and complex anisotropic layering in the mantle lithosphere beneath the Wyoming and Superior Provinces. Journal of Geophysical Research, in press.

[7] Wirth, E. A., Long, M. D., 2014. A contrast in anisotropy across mid-lithospheric discontinuities beneath the central United States - A relic of craton formation. Geology, 42, 851-854.

[6] McCormack, K.*, Wirth, E. A., Long, M. D., 2013. B-type olivine fabric and mantle wedge serpentinization beneath the Ryukyu arc. Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1697-1702, doi:10.1002/grl.50369.

[5] Long, M. D., Wirth, E. A., 2013. Mantle flow in subduction systems: The wedge flow field and implications for wedge processes. Journal of Geophysical Research, 118, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50063.

[4] Wirth, E. A., Korenaga, J., 2012. Small-scale convection in the subduction zone mantle wedge. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 357-358, 111-118.

[3] Wirth, E. A., Long, M. D., 2012. Multiple layers of seismic anisotropy and a low-velocity region in the mantle wedge beneath Japan: Evidence from teleseismic receiver functions. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 13, Q08005, doi:10.1029/2012GC004180.

[2] Wirth, E., Long, M. D., 2010. Frequency-dependent shear wave splitting beneath the Japan and Izu-Bonin subduction zones. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 181, 141-154.

[1] Huggins, P. J., Mauron, N., Wirth, E. A., 2009. The Shapes of AGB Envelopes as Probes of Binary Companions. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 396, 1805-1814.

Manuscripts in Preparation

[2] Krueger, H. E.*, Wirth, E. A., in prep. Investigating segmentation in Cascadia: Anisotropic crustal structure and mantle wedge serpentinization. In preparation for submission Geochemisty, Geophysics, Geosystems.

[1] Wirth, E. A., Frankel, A. D., Vidale, J. E., in prep. Generating broadband ground motions for subduction zone earthquakes - Application to the 2003 Mw 8.3 Tokacki-Oki event. In preparation for submission to Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.

Other Publications

[1] Gomberg, J., Bodin, P., Bourgeois, J., Cashman, S., Cowan, D., Creager, K., Crowell, B., Duvall, A., Frankel, A., Gonzalez, F., Houston, H., Johnson, P., Kelsey, H., Miller, U., Roland, E., Schmidt, D., Staisch, L., Vidale, J., Wilcock, W., Wirth, E., 2016. Planning for a Subduction Zone Observatory. Eos, 97, doi:10.1029/2016EO052635.