Pusok, A. E., Katz, R. F., May, D. A., & Li, Y. (2022). Chemical heterogeneity, convection and asymmetry beneath mid-ocean ridges. Geophysical Journal International, 231(3), 2055–2078.
Jourdon, A., & May, D. A. (2022). An efficient partial-differential-equation-based method to compute pressure boundary conditions in regional geodynamic models. Solid Earth, 13(6), 1107–1125.
Meriaux, C. A., May, D. A., & Jaupart, C. (2022). The impact of vent geometry on the growth of lava domes. Geophysical Journal International, 229(3), 1680–1694.
Munch, J., Ueda, K., Schnydrig, S., May, D. A., & Gerya, T. V. (2022). Contrasting influence of sediments vs surface processes on retreating subduction zones dynamics. Tectonophysics, 836, 229410.
Pranger, C., Sanan, P., May, D. A., Le Pourhiet, L., & Gabriel, A. (2022). Rate and State Friction as a Spatially Regularized Transient Viscous Flow Law. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 127(6).
England, P. C., & May, D. A. (2021). The global range of temperatures on convergent plate interfaces. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 22(8), 19.
Yuan, S. H., Gessele, K., Gabriel, A. A., May, D. A., Wassermann, J., & Igel, H. (2021). Seismic source tracking with six degree-of-freedom ground motion observations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 126(3).
May, D. A., & Gerya, T. V. (2021). Physics-based numerical modeling of geological processes. In D. Alderton & S. A. Elias (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Geology (Second Edition) (pp. 868–883). Academic Press.
Sanan, P., May, D. A., Bollhofer, M., & Schenk, O. (2020). Pragmatic solvers for 3D Stokes and elasticity problems with heterogeneous coefficients: evaluating modern incomplete LDLT preconditioners. Solid Earth, 11(6), 2031–2045.
Spencer, D. C., Katz, R. F., Hewitt, I. J., May, D. A., & Keszthelyi, L. P. (2020). Compositional Layering in Io Driven by Magmatic Segregation and Volcanism. Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 125(9). e2020JE006604 10.1029/2020JE006604
Jourdon, A., Le Pourhiet, L., Mouthereau, F., & May, D. (2020). Modes of propagation of continental breakup and associated oblique rift structures. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 125(9), e2020JB019906.
Meriaux, C. A., May, D. A., Mansour, J., & Kaluza, O. (2020). Mantle plume dynamics at the rear of a retreating slab. Geophysical Journal International, 222(2), 1146–1163.
Duclaux, G., Huismans, R. S., & May, D. A. (2020). Rotation, narrowing, and preferential reactivation of brittle structures during oblique rifting. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 531. 115952 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.115952
Tian, M., Katz, R. F., Rees Jones, D. W., & May, D. A. (2019). Devolatilization of Subducting Slabs, Part II: Volatile Fluxes and Storage. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20(12), 6199–6222.
Afanasiev, M., Boehm, C., van Driel, M., Krischer, L., Rietmann, M., May, D. A., Knepley, M. G., & Fichtner, A. (2019). Modular and flexible spectral-element waveform modelling in two and three dimensions. Geophysical Journal International, 216(3), 1675–1692.
Mériaux, C. A., May, D. A., Mansour, J., Chen, Z., & Kaluza, O. (2018). Benchmark of three-dimensional numerical models of subduction against a laboratory experiment. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 283, 110–121.
Le Pourhiet, L., Chamot-Rooke, N., Delescluse, M., May, D. A., Watremez, L., & Pubellier, M. (2018). Continental break-up of the South China Sea stalled by far-field compression. Nature Geoscience, 11(8), 605-+.
Mao, X. L., Gurnis, M., & May, D. A. (2017). Subduction Initiation With Vertical Lithospheric Heterogeneities and New Fault Formation. Geophysical Research Letters, 44(22), 11349–11356.
Le Pourhiet, L., May, D. A., Huille, L., Watremez, L., & Leroy, S. (2017). A genetic link between transform and hyper-extended margins. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 465, 184–192.
Charrier, D. E., May, D. A., & Schnepp, S. M. (2017). Symmetric Interior Penalty Discontinuous Galerkin Discretizations and Block Preconditioning for Heterogeneous Stokes Flow. Siam Journal on Scientific Computing, 39(6), B1021–B1042.
Buiter, S. J. H., Schreurs, G., Albertz, M., Gerya, T. V., Kaus, B., Landry, W., le Pourhiet, L., Mishin, Y., Egholm, D. L., Cooke, M., Maillot, B., Thieulot, C., Crook, T., May, D., Souloumiac, P., & Beaumont, C. (2016). Benchmarking numerical models of brittle thrust wedges. Journal of Structural Geology, 92, 140–177.
Zheng, L., May, D., Gerya, T., & Bostock, M. (2016). Fluid-assisted deformation of the subduction interface: Coupled and decoupled regimes from 2-D hydromechanical modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 121(8), 6132–6149.
Spiegelman, M., May, D. A., & Wilson, C. R. (2016). On the solvability of incompressible Stokes with viscoplastic rheologies in geodynamics. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 17(6), 2213–2238.
Sharples, W., Moresi, L. N., Velic, M., Jadamec, M. A., & May, D. A. (2016). Simulating faults and plate boundaries with a transversely isotropic plasticity model. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 252, 77–90.
Duretz, T., May, D. A., & Yamato, P. (2016). A free surface capturing discretization for the staggered grid finite difference scheme. Geophysical Journal International, 204(3), 1518–1530.
Sanan, P., Schnepp, S. M., & May, D. A. (2016). Pipelined, Flexible Krylov Subspace Methods. Siam Journal on Scientific Computing, 38(5), C441–C470.
Meier, T., May, D. A., & von Rohr, P. R. (2016). Numerical investigation of thermal spallation drilling using an uncoupled quasi-static thermoelastic finite element formulation. Journal of Thermal Stresses, 39(9), 1138–1151.
Yamato, P., Duretz, T., May, D. A., & Tartese, R. (2015). Quantifying magma segregation in dykes. Tectonophysics, 660, 132–147.
Furuichi, M., & May, D. A. (2015). Implicit solution of the material transport in Stokes flow simulation: Toward thermal convection simulation surrounded by free surface. Computer Physics Communications, 192, 1–11.
May, D. A., Brown, J., & Le Pourhiet, L. (2015). A scalable, matrix-free multigrid preconditioner for finite element discretizations of heterogeneous Stokes flow. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 290, 496–523.
Leone, G., Tackley, P. J., Gerya, T. V., May, D. A., & Zhu, G. Z. (2014). Three-dimensional simulations of the southern polar giant impact hypothesis for the origin of the Martian dichotomy. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(24), 8736–8743.
Fox, M., Goren, L., May, D. A., & Willett, S. D. (2014). Inversion of fluvial channels for paleorock uplift rates in Taiwan. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 119(9), 1853–1875.
Thielmann, M., May, D. A., & Kaus, B. J. P. (2014). Discretization Errors in the Hybrid Finite Element Particle-in-cell Method. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 171(9), 2165–2184.
Collignon, M., Kaus, B. J. P., May, D. A., & Fernandez, N. (2014). Influences of surface processes on fold growth during 3-D detachment folding. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 15(8), 3281–3303.
Marques, F. O., Cabral, F. R., Gerya, T. V., Zhu, G., & May, D. A. (2014). Subduction initiates at straight passive margins. Geology, 42(4), 331–334.
Lechmann, S. M., Schmalholz, S. M., Hetenyi, G., May, D. A., & Kaus, B. J. P. (2014). Quantifying the impact of mechanical layering and underthrusting on the dynamics of the modern India-Asia collisional system with 3-D numerical models. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, 119(1), 616–644.
Fox, M., Herman, F., Willett, S. D., & May, D. A. (2014). A linear inversion method to infer exhumation rates in space and time from thermochronometric data. Earth Surface Dynamics, 2(1), 47–65.
Keller, T., May, D. A., & Kaus, B. J. P. (2013). Numerical modelling of magma dynamics coupled to tectonic deformation of lithosphere and crust. Geophysical Journal International, 195(3), 1406–1442.
May, D. A., Schellart, W. P., & Moresi, L. (2013). Overview of adaptive finite element analysis in computational geodynamics. Journal of Geodynamics, 70, 1–20.
Gerya, T. V., May, D. A., & Duretz, T. (2013). An adaptive staggered grid finite difference method for modeling geodynamic Stokes flows with strongly variable viscosity. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 14(4), 1200–1225.
Le Pourhiet, L., Huet, B., May, D. A., Labrousse, L., & Jolivet, L. (2012). Kinematic interpretation of the 3D shapes of metamorphic core complexes. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 13. Q09002 10.1029/2012gc004271
May, D. A. (2012). Volume reconstruction of point cloud data sets derived from computational geodynamic simulations. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 13. Q05019 10.1029/2012gc004170
Crameri, F., Schmeling, H., Golabek, G. J., Duretz, T., Orendt, R., Buiter, S. J. H., May, D. A., Kaus, B. J. P., Gerya, T. V., & Tackley, P. J. (2012). A comparison of numerical surface topography calculations in geodynamic modelling: an evaluation of the sticky air’ method. Geophysical Journal International, 189(1), 38–54.
Yamato, P., Tartese, R., Duretz, T., & May, D. A. (2012). Numerical modelling of magma transport in dykes. Tectonophysics, 526, 97–109.
Furuichi, M., May, D. A., & Tackley, P. J. (2011). Development of a Stokes flow solver robust to large viscosity jumps using a Schur complement approach with mixed precision arithmetic. Journal of Computational Physics, 230(24), 8835–8851.
May, D. A., & Knepley, M. G. (2011). Optimal, scalable forward models for computing gravity anomalies. Geophysical Journal International, 187(1), 161–177.
Lechmann, S. M., May, D. A., Kaus, B. J. P., & Schmalholz, S. M. (2011). Comparing thin-sheet models with 3-D multilayer models for continental collision. Geophysical Journal International, 187(1), 10–33.
Duretz, T., May, D. A., Gerya, T. V., & Tackley, P. J. (2011). Discretization errors and free surface stabilization in the finite difference and marker-in-cell method for applied geodynamics: A numerical study. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 12. Q07004 10.1029/2011gc003567
Duretz, T., Gerya, T. V., & May, D. A. (2011). Numerical modelling of spontaneous slab breakoff and subsequent topographic response. Tectonophysics, 502(1–2), 244–256.
Meriaux, C. A., Mansour, J. A., Moresi, L. N., Kerr, R. C., & May, D. A. (2011). On the rise of strongly tilted mantle plume tails. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 184(1–2), 63–79.