Zdeněk Martinec

Professor
Geophysics Section
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
E-mail: zdenek@cp.dias.ie
Page: http://www.dias.ie/lang/en/cosmic/geo/staff/academic/zdenekM.html

Fields of interest

  • Earth's gravity field
  • Internal dynamics of the Earth
  • Electromagnetic field of the Earth
  • Applied mathematics

Recent publications


Z. Martinec:

The forward and adjoint methods of global electromagnetic induction for CHAMP magnetic data,
Handbook of Geomathematics, Springer Verlag, Heidleberg, (in press).

E.W. Grafarend, Z. Martinec and M. Klapp:
Spacetime modelling of the Earth’s gravity field by ellipsoidal harmonics,
Handbook of Geomathematics, Springer Verlag, Heidleberg, (in press).

I. Sasgen, H. Doblaw, Z. Martinec and M. Thomas:
Satellite gravimetry observation of Antarctic snow accumulation related to ENSO,
Earth and Planetary Science Letters, (submitted, 2009).

V. Klemann and Z. Martinec:
Contribution of glacial-isostatic adjustment to the geocenter motion,
Tectonophys, (in press).

Z. Martinec and J. Velímský:
The adjoint sensitivity method of global electromagnetic induction for CHAMP magnetic data,
Geophysical Journal International, 179, 1372-1396 (2009).

N. Tosi, O. Čadek and Z. Martinec:
Subducted slabs and lateral viscosity variations: effects on the long-wavelength geoid,
Geophysical Journal International, 179, 813-826 (2009).

Z. Martinec:
Viscoelastic response of eccentrically-nested spheres to surface toroidal traction,
Pure and Applied Geophysics, 166, 1167-1197 (2009).

N. Tosi, O. Čadek, Z. Martinec, D. A. Yuen and G. Kaufmann:
Is the long‐wavelength geoid sensitive to the presence of postperovskite above the core‐mantle boundary?,
Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L05303, doi:10.1029/2008GL036902 (2009).

Y. Tanaka, V. Klemann, K. Fleming and Z. Martinec:
Spectral finite element approach to postseismic deformation in a viscoelastic self-gravitating spherical earth,
Geophysical Journal International, 176, 715-739 (2009).

Z. Martinec:
Semi-analytical solution for viscoelastic relaxation in eccentrically-nested spheres induced by surface toroidal traction,
Pure and Applied Geophysics, 166, 1167–1197 (2009).