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Published papers and Conference abstracts

Note 1 : (CT) after number denotes involvement of the Continuum Theory/Gravity-Electric Field either directly or as an underlying basis for the treatment of that matter.
Note 2 : To avoid renumbering this list, late additions to it are indicated by a lower case letter (a, b, etc) after the number. Except for date they are unrelated to the preceding and succeeding entries in the list.
Note 3 : Links to abstract or intro are in blue, links to full paper in red.

  1. 1. Osmaston M. F. (1947) Background noise in receivers; its nature and reduction. In Engineering Society Journal, Engineering Society of Kings College, Newcastle, University of Durham, pp. 19-23. The Co-operative Printing Society Ltd. (Recd 'Commendation' by IEE)
  2. -. (CT) Osmaston M.F. (June 1960) A medium theory of physical nature: Preliminary outline of the proposed paper. 16 pages (unpublished). With historical introduction and comparison page added 2018. (pdf)
  3. 2. Osmaston M. F. (1967) Core convection, the Earth's figure and continental drift. Nature 216, 1095-1096.
  4. 3. Osmaston M. F. (1971) Genesis of ocean ridge median valleys and continental rift valleys. Tectonophysics 11, 387-405. (abstract pdf) and (paper 17MB pdf)
  5. 4. Osmaston M. F. (1973) Limited lithosphere separation as a main cause of continental basins, continental growth and epeirogeny. In Implications of continental drift to the Earth Sciences , Vol. 2 (ed. D. H. Tarling and S. K. Runcorn), pp. 649-674. Academic Press.
  6. 5. Osmaston M. F. (1975) Interstitial water composition and geochemistry of deep Gulf Coast shales and sandstones [discussion and reply - by Gene W Schmidt]. AAPG Bulletin 59(4), 715-721 [source paper: Schmidt, G. W., AAPG Bull., 57(2) 1973].
  7. 6. Osmaston M. F. (1977) Discussion of the paper by I.G.Gass:- "Origin and emplacement of ophiolites" GSL SP 7, 72-76 (1977) doi 10.1144/GSLSP1977.007.01.07. In Volcanic processes in ore genesis. (Proceedings of a joint meeting of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy & the Geological Society of London, 21-22 January 1976) ,(ed. I. G. Gass), Geological Society of London, Special Publications 7, 171-174. doi:10.1144/GSL.SP.1977.007.01.21.
  8. 7. Osmaston M. F. (1977) Some fundamental aspects of plate tectonics bearing on hydrocarbon location. In Developments in Petroleum Geology I (ed. G. D. Hobson), pp. 1-52. Applied Science Publishers.
  9. 8. Osmaston M. F. (1979) Discussion of a paper 'The structural evolution of a Mesozoic continental margin, Othris Mountains, Greece' by A.G. Smith, N.H. Woodcock and M.A. Naylor. J. Geological Society, London 136, 602-603.
  10. 9. Osmaston M. F. (1980) Model for supracrustal emplacement of ophiolites during plate separation, with implications for nappe systems and the plate kinematics of the Alpide and Caledonide belts. 26th Int. Geol. Congr., Paris. Abstract v.1, 370. (pdf)
  11. 10. Osmaston M. F. (1983) Plate kinematic origins of Carboniferous and offshore basins of Eastern Canada, with implications for Taconian and later motions (abstract). In Regional trends in the geology of the Appalachian-Caledonian-Hercynian-Mauritanide Orogen (ed. P. E. Schenk), pp. 379-380. D Reidel Publishing Co, NATO ASI series. (pdf)
  12. 11. Osmaston M. F. (1984) A possible major Caledonian accretionary complex in Siberia: a preliminary western view of the tectonics of the West Sayan mountain belt (abstr). Tectonics Studies Gp 15th Annual Meeting, Univ. Coll., Swansea, 17-20 Dec. 1984. (pdf) .
  13. 12. Osmaston M. F. (1985) Subduction tectonic erosion (STE) and forearc (horizontal) collapse: present-day processes with a key role in ancient mountain belts, Programme & Abstracts, pp. 94. Geological Society, London, TSG 16th Annual Meeting, Southampton, December 1985.
  14. 13. Osmaston M. F. (1985) Subduction tectonic erosion (STE) of the South Alpine plate: essential preliminary to nappe genesis and tectonics in the Alps, and key control upon earlier Alpine foredeeps. In International Association of Sedimentologists Foreland Basins Symposium, Fribourg, September 1985 , Programme & Abstracts, p. 101. (pdf)
  15. 14. Osmaston M. F. (1986) Subduction tectonic erosion, forearc collapse and post-subduction magmatism: implications for Siluro-Devonian evolution of the Southern Uplands and adjacent regions. In The Southern Uplands Controversy meeting, 12 February 1986 , Geological Society (London) Newsletter Vol. 15 (1), p. 10. (pdf)
  16. 14 a. Osmaston M. F. (1987) Subduction tectonic erosion (STE) of the South Alpine Plate: essential preliminary to nappe genesis and tectonics in the Alps. In Plate tectonics and deformation, Gijon, Spain. 7-9 September (ed. J. G. Ramsay, A. Ribeiro, A. Perez-Estaun, and organisers) p. 91 (pdf)
  17. 15. Osmaston M. F. (1988) Scaly mélanges and multiple ophiolitic "sutures": possible subduction interface materials generated during crustal thinning by subduction tectonic erosion. In Geol. Soc. Lond. Tectonic Studies Gp 19th Ann. Mtg, 15th-18th December , Progr. Abstract. (pdf)
  18. 15 a. Osmaston M. F. (1988) Progressive imbricate collapse of the South Alpine plate margin after thinning by subduction tectonic erosion (STE): a new tectonic frame for Penninic flysch and Gosau sedimentation. In Brit.Sedim.Res.Gp. 27th Ann.Mtg. Cambridge 18-21 Dec.1988., Abstr.Vol. (pdf)
  19. 15 b. Osmaston M. F. (1988) Subduction tectonic erosion (STE) and post-subduction magmatism (PSM): new light on Iapetus closure tectonics and synthesis. Geological Association of Canada Joint Annual Mtg 1988, Memorial University, St John's, Newfoundland ('St John's 88') Programme with abstracts v.13, A93. (pdf)
  20. 16. Osmaston M. F. (1988) Sequence of tectonic environments during plate convergence and collision: the controlling influence of prior STE beneath the margins, with some Caledonide examples. In Geol. Soc. Lond. TSG 19th Ann. Mtg.,15th-18th Dec.1988 , Progr. Abstracts. (pdf)
  21. 17. Osmaston M. F. (1990) Model for the initial supracrustal emplacement of hot-soled ophiolites during plate separation, and some plate kinematic applications (abstr.). In Symposium on ophiolite genesis and evolution of oceanic lithosphere, 7-18 Jan. 1990 , Symp. G6. Ministry of Petroleum and Minerals, Sultanate of Oman. (pdf)
  22. 17 a. Osmaston M. F. (1990) Thrust tectonic variations along the Iapetus closure zone across the British Isles: examples of vergence controls and plate motion tramlining arising from prior subduction margin segmentation. Thrust Tectonics 1990, Royal Holloway, Univ London. (K.R. McClay, Organiser). Abstract vol, p.101. (pdf)
  23. 18. Osmaston M. F. (1990) Hot-soled ophiolites: a catastrophic no-subduction model for their initial supracrustal emplacement and some plate kinematic applications. In Ophiolites and their modern oceanic analogues, Geological Society of London, 11-12th April 1990, Parson, L.M. & Browning, P.(organisers) , Abstracts with programme, p. 16.
  24. 19. Osmaston M. F. (1991) Subduction tectonic erosion leading to forearc (imbricate) collapse: a major process with implications for terrane juxtaposition. In Deformation and plate tectonics , (ed. A. Perez-Estaun and M. P. Coward) Tectonophysics 191, 434.
  25. 20. Osmaston M. F. (1992) A new model of subducting plate downbend, subduction tectonic erosion, and the large-scale tectonic evolution of convergent margins. In 29th Int. Geol. Congr. , Kyoto, 1, 63. (pdf)
  26. 21. Osmaston M. F. (1992) Post-subduction magmatism (PSM): its recognition and implications for the subduction process and evolution of the Earth's crust, mantle and core. 29th Int. Geol. Congr. Kyoto, 1, 46. (pdf)
  27. 22. Osmaston M. F. (1993) Recognition of post-subduction magmatism (PSM) as the (?) major contributor to continental growth: implication of ex-subduction interface crustal fusion to ~350 km depth. In Metamorphic Studies Gp/Comm. on Igneous & Metamorphic Petrology (IUGS) Meeting "Dehydration and melting during high pressure metamorphism" Cambridge. September 1993 , Abstr with Prog, p. 17.
  28. 23. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (1994) Appendix A. Random transverse velocity (RTV) redshift. (unpublished but published within item #38 (1998) and published again,in edited form, in item #141 (2015)
  29. 24. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (1994) Appendix B. Random transverse velocity (RTV) scattering - Deflection scattering. (unpublished but published within item #38 (1998) and published again,in edited form, in item #141 (2015)
  30. 25. Osmaston M. F. (1994) On the twin fates of subducted crustal materials and their implications for evolution of the core, mantle and crust (abstr.). In IASPEI‘94, 27th Gen. Assy, International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior , Wellington, NZ. Abstracts, S5.4.
  31. 26. Osmaston M. F. (1994) A seismicity-compatible new model of subducting plate downbend, basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE) and the large-scale tectonic and seismogenic evolution of convergent margins. In IASPEI'94, Int. Ass. Seismol. Phys. Earth's Interior, 27th Gen. Assy., Wellington, New Zealand. Jan. 1994, Abstracts S8.24. (pdf)
  32. 27. Osmaston M. F. (1995) Comparability of the flat-slab sectors of the Andes and Sevier-Laramide USA: consequences of tectonic erosion and coupling at the subducting plate downbend (abstr.). In IUGG XXI Gen. Assy , Boulder, Colorado. Abstracts p.A441. (pdf)
  33. 28. Osmaston M. F. (1995) Construction and evolution of the 3.0-2.0 Ga continental lithosphere: the central importance of post-subduction magmatism (PSM) (abstr.). In IUGG XXI General Assembly, 2-14 July, 1995 , Boulder, Colorado. Abstracts p.B5. (pdf)
  34. 29. Osmaston M. F. (1995) The destinations of subducted crustal materials and their implications for evolution of the core, mantle and crust (abstr.). In IUGG XXI Gen. Assy , Boulder, Colorado. Abstracts, p.A386. (pdf)
  35. 30. Osmaston M. F. (1995) An hypothesis for a fully reversing geomagnetic field generated by thermoelectric currents across the CMB (abstr.). In IUGG XXI Gen. Assy , Boulder, Colorado. Abstracts, p.A413. (pdf)
  36. 31. Osmaston M. F. (1995) A straightness mechanism for MORs: a new view of ocean plate genesis and evolution (abstr.). In IUGG XXI Gen. Assy, 2-14 July 1995 , Boulder, Colorado. Abstracts p.A472. (pdf)
  37. 32. Osmaston M. F. (1995) The mantle tectonites and mafic metamorphic soles of hot-emplaced ophiolites: possible examples of large-scale shear-induced melt segregation. 'Deformation-enhanced melt segregation and metamorphic fluid transport' (M.B. Holness & C.M. Graham, organisers) Geological Society Metamorphic Studies Gp Mtg, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. 13-15 Sept. 1995.
  38. 33. Osmaston M. F. (1995) Two breeds of ophiolite, cold-emplaced (CEO) and hot-emplaced (HEO): does either truly represent what is going on at MORs? In International Ophiolite Symposium, 18-23 Sept. 1995, Pavia, Italy. 107-108. (pdf)
  39. 34. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (1996) Implications and evidence of a particle-tied aether: steps towards a deeper foundation for physics and relativity. Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT) V; London: 6-9 Sept 1996. Late papers (M.C. Duffy, ed.) , 182-198. (pdf) , (Full Paper pdf)
  40. 35. Osmaston M. F. (1997) Mechanism of subduction downbend as the cause of island arc curvature and back-arc opening: application to the Hellenic Arc and reconstruction of the Hellenide Orogen. In IASPEI’97, 29th Gen. Assy. International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior, 18-28 August 1997 , Thessaloniki, Greece. Prog. & abstr. p.19. (pdf)
  41. 36. Osmaston M. F. (1997) Pacific-style basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE): essential precursor to construction of the Alps/Carpathians. IASPEI97, 29th Gen. Assy. International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior, 18-28 August 1997, Thessaloniki, Greece, Prog. & abstr. p.26. (pdf)
  42. 37. Osmaston M. F. (1997) Pacific-style basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE): essential precursor to construction of the Alps/Carpathians and Apennines. In EUG9, Strasbourg. March 1997 , Terra Nova 9, Abstr. Suppl. No. 1, p.341. (pdf)
  43. 38. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (1998) An interim outline of some research under the heading: some aspects of a continuum theory of physical nature. (Summary text + Appendices A (on RTV redshift) B (on RTV scattering) & G (on RLV line broadening)). Brit Soc Philos Sci; Fifth Int Conf on Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT V), Imperial College, London, 6-9 Sept 1996. Supplementary Papers (M.C. Duffy, ed). pp. 241-256.
  44. 39. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (1998) Continuum Theory, further developments: the nature of mass-bearing particles, evident properties of the resulting gravitation, and an outline cosmogony. Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory VI, Imperial College, London, 11-14 Sept 1998. Proceedings (M.C.Duffy, ed) , 248-250.
  45. 40. Osmaston M. F. (1998) Mechanism of subduction downbend as the cause of island arc curvature and back-arc opening: application to the Hellenic Arc and Cretan sea and the reconstruction of the Hellenide Orogen. In Geoscience‘98, Keele University, UK. 14-18th April 1998 , p.163. (pdf)
  46. 41. Osmaston M. F. (1998) Pacific-style basal subduction tectonic erosion: essential precursor to construction of the Alps/Carpathians. In Geoscience’98, Keele University, UK. 14-18th April 1998 , p. 163. (pdf)
  47. 42. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Magmatic and tectonic construction of Archaean crust: new relevance of the terresrial core-forming process and Phanerozoic subduction mechanisms. In EUG 10, Strasbourg. 28th March - 1st April, 1999 , J. Conf. Abstr. 4 (1), p.145. (pdf)
  48. 43. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Are plumes really necessary? A new mechanism for intraplate volcanism: melting, melt segregation and petrogenetic variation. In EUG10, Strasbourg, 28 March - 1 April 1999 , J. Conf. Abstr. Vol. 4 (1), p.348. (pdf)
  49. 43 a. Osmaston M. F. (1999) An hypothesis for a fully reversing geomagnetic field generated by electric currents across the CMB. in Royal Society Discussion meeting on 'Geomagnetic polarity reversals and long term secular variation' London 7-8 July 1999 (ed. D. Gubbins, D. Kent, C. Laj), , Invited poster. (pdf)
  50. 44. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Discussion of a paper by K.E. Louden & D. Chian entitled 'The deep structure of non-volcanic rifted continental margins'. In Response of the Earth's lithosphere to extension - a discussion , Phil. Trans. R. Soc. London A357, 800-801.
  51. 45. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Impact of the behaviour of the Earth's interior upon the evolution of the Earth's atmosphere and the rise of oxygen. In IUGG99, 19-30 July 1999 , Birmingham, UK. p. B.261 (same in Abstracts Update CD). Internat. Union Geod. Geophys. (pdf)
  52. 46. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Intrusive-splitting of tectonic plates and log-jam segregation of magmas: a new mechanism for intraplate magmatism on Earth and in other terrestrial bodies. In IUGG99, 19-30 July 1999 , Birmingham, UK. p.A.113 (A.114 in Abstracts Update CD). Internat. Union Geod. Geophys. (pdf)
  53. 47. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Phanerozoic subduction and the TTG-magmatic construction of Archaean continental crust. In IUGG99, 19-30 July 1999 , Birmingham, UK. p. B.74 (B.75 in Abstracts Update CD). Internat. Union Geod. Geophys. (pdf)
  54. 48. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Seismic coupling at subduction zones; its mechanical cause and far-reaching geological consequences. In IUGG99, 19-30 July 1999 , Birmingham, UK. p.A.157 (A.159 in Abstracts Update CD). Internat. Union Geod. Geophys. (pdf)
  55. 48 a. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Seismic anisotropy formed by crystallization from liquids: relevance to the MOR process, to upper mantle anisotropy and to the inner core. IUGG99, Birmingham,UK. XXII Gen.Assy IUGG, 18-30 July 1999. Late Supplement, Abstract No. ST6/C/JSS07 'Additional Poster'. (pdf)
  56. 49. Osmaston M. F. (1999) Some neglected thermophysical properties of mantle materials and their wider implications. In IUGG99, 19-30 July 1999 , Birmingham, UK. Abstracts Update CD, p.A.175. (pdf)
  57. 50. Osmaston M. F. (1999) The early history of the Earth and Phanerozoic plate tectonics: some new keys to the mantle state and tectonic environment of komatiite genesis and Archaean greenstone belt evolution. In Conference on Komatiites, norites, boninites and basalts (KNBB), 16-17 December, 1999 , Portsmouth, UK. Conference abstracts, p. 63. (pdf)
  58. 51. Osmaston M. F. (2000) Construction of oceanic plates at MORs: a new model for the Earth's most active magmatic process. In VMSG2000. 5-7 Jan. 2000 . Sedbergh School, UK. (pdf)
  59. 51 a. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2000) A particle-tied aether - Indications of a deeper foundation for physics and relativity. In Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT) VII, British Society for the Philosophy of Science, 15-18 Sept 2000 . Late Papers (ed. M. C. Duffy) p. 230-240, PD Publications, Liverpool (ISBN 1 873 694 05 9). (pdf)
  60. 52. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2000) A new scenario for formation of the solar planetary system; dynamics, cores and chemistry. Goldschmidt 2000, Oxford, UK. J. Conf. Abstr. (CD-ROM) 5 (2), 762. (pdf)
  61. 53. Osmaston M. F. (2000) An upper mantle source for plumes and Dupal; result of processes and history that have shaped the Earth's interior from core to crust. Goldschmidt 2000, Oxford, UK. J. Conf. Abstr (CD-ROM) 5 (2), 763. (pdf)
  62. 54. Osmaston M. F. (2000) 'Lithosphere extension' that isn't. In 31st International Geological Congress, 6-17 August 2000 , Rio de Janeiro. Abstracts CD-ROM, General Symposium 4-2. (pdf)
  63. 55. Osmaston M. F. (2000) The magmatic and tectonic construction of Archaean continental crust and why it accelerated. In 31st International Geological Congress, 6-17 August, 2000 , Rio de Janeiro. Abstracts CD-ROM, General Symposium 9-2. (pdf)
  64. 56. Osmaston M. F. (2000) What goes on beneath MORs? A reassessment. In 31st International Geological Congress, 6-17 August 2000 , Abstracts CD-ROM, General Symposium 4-1. (pdf)
  65. 57. Osmaston M. F. (2001) 'Lithosphere extension' that isn't, in 3 different plate tectonic situations: MOR rift valleys, passive continental margins and exhuming HP/LT belts. In Tectonic Studies Group Ann. Mtg, Leeds, UK. 3-6 Jan. 2001 , Meeting abstracts. (pdf)
  66. 58. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Two breeds of ophiolite: their differing origins and contrasting plate tectonic significance, Archaean to Cenozoic (extended abstr). In Tectonics and mineralization of the Arabian shield and its extensions. (ed. R. S. Divi and M. Yoshida), (IGCP-368 conference, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, March 2001), Gondwana Research 4 (2) p.184-186. (pdf)
  67. 59. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Seawater composition, BIF deposition, glaciation and the rise of oxygen: major changes linked by a late Archaean/early Proterozoic change in the internal behaviour of the Earth. In EUG XI , Strasbourg. 8-12 April 2001 , J. Conf.Abstr. 6 (1), p 223. (pdf)
  68. 60. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Two-layer convection of the mantle. How is it possible? When did it change? What are its geochemical and plate tectonic Implications? Gordon Research Conference on 'Interior of the Earth'. Mt Holyoke College, Mass, 10-15 June 2001. Chair: John E. Vidale, Vice-chair: Jerry X. Mitrovica. (pdf)
  69. 61. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Major change in Earth's internal behaviour, 2.8-2.2Ga, with a chain of global consequences for the crust leading to the rise of oxygen. In Earth System Processes, 24-28 June 2001 , Edinburgh. Programmes with Abstracts, p.101. Geological Society of America & Geological Society of London. (pdf)
  70. 62. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Tectonic effects of metamorphic fluids in the deep crust; 'lithosphere extension' that isn't and differential epeirogenic uplift that really is. In Earth System processes, 24-28 June 2001 , Edinburgh. Programmes with Abstracts, pp. 54. Geological Society of America & Geological Society of London. (pdf)
  71. 63. Osmaston M. F. (2001) The magmatic and tectonic construction of Archaean continental crust, why it accelerated, and the construction of its deep tectosphere (abstr); GSA Annual Meeting, Boston, 4th-8th November 2001. GSA Abstracts With Programs 33(6), A-145. (pdf)
  72. 64. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Two breeds of ophiolite: their differing origins and contrasting plate tectonic significance, Archaean to Cenozoic (abstr) (invited); GSA Annual Meeting, Boston. 4th-8th November 2001. GSA Abstracts With Programs 33(6), A-173. (pdf)
  73. 65. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Two-layer convection of the mantle. How is it possible? When did it change? What are its geochemical and plate tectonic implications? EUG XI, Strasbourg. J. Conf. Abstr. 6(1), 417. (pdf)
  74. 66. Osmaston M. F. (2001) Uplift and 'extension' (that isn't) at young continental margins: a result of mantle phase-changes and deep-crust metamorphism. In EUG XI , Strasbourg. J. Conf. Abstr. 6 (1), 710. (pdf)
  75. 67. Osmaston M. F. (2002) Two breeds of ophiolite: their differing origins and contrasting plate tectonic significance, Archaean to Cenozoic (abstr). In TSG Ann Mtg, Leicester, Jan 7-9, 2002. Meeting abstracts. (pdf)
  76. 67 a. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2002) Continuum Theory (CT): major implications of the 'particle-tied aether' concept for gravitation, rotational effects, the strong nuclear force and cosmology. in Brit.Soc.Phil.Sci., Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT VIII). Proceedings (Vol 2) of the conference, 6-9 Sept 2002, Vol. 2 (ed. M. C. Duffy), pp. 355 (1-33). PD Publications, Liverpool. ISBN 1 873 694 07 5 , (pdf).
  77. 68. Osmaston M. F. (2002) Lunar constraints on core formation: a new model with many implications. Goldschmidt 2002, Davos, Switzerland 17-23 Aug 2002. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 66(15A), A571. (pdf)
  78. 69. Osmaston M. F. (2003) What drives plate tectonics? Slab pull, ridge push or geomagnetic torque from the CMB? A new look at the old players vis-a-vis an exciting new one. In TSG Annual Meeting, 8-10 Jan 2003 , Programme with Abstracts. (pdf)
  79. 70. Osmaston M. F. (2003) Plate tectonics hiati as the the cause of global glaciations: 1. Early Proterozoic events and the rise of oxygen. EGS-EUG-AGU, Nice, 6-11 April 2003. Geophysical Research Abstracts 5, 2003, Abstr No 04765. [but Ref 2 is missing on the CD-ROM] (pdf)
  80. 70 a. Osmaston M. F. (2003) What drives plate tectonics? Slab pull, ridge push or geomagnetic torque from the CMB? A new look at the old players vis-a-vis an exciting new one in XXIII IUGG 2003, Sapporo, Japan. 30 June-11 July 2003, B129, Abstr no 016795-2. , (pdf)
  81. 71. Osmaston M. F. (2003) Plate tectonics hiati as the cause of global glaciations: 2. The late Proterozoic 'Snowball Earth'. EGS-EUG-AGU, Nice, 6-11April 2003. Geophysical Research Abstracts 5. 2003, Abstr.No 04775. [but Refs 1 & 2 are both missing on the CD-ROM] (pdf)
  82. 72. Osmaston M. F. (2003) New evidence on the thermal state of subducting plates and mechanical state of the mantle wedge: significance for the origin of arc magmas. In XXIII IUGG 2003, Sapporo, Japan. 30 June-11 July 2003 , pp. A509, Abstr No 016795-1. (pdf)
  83. 73. Osmaston M. F. (2003) What drives plate tectonics? Slab pull, ridge push or geomagnetic torque from the CMB? A new look at the old players vis-a-vis an exciting new one. In XXIII IUGG 2003, Sapporo, Japan, 30 June-11 July 2003 , p. B129, Abstr no 016795-2. (pdf)
  84. 74. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2003 unpubd) Gravitation, electric fields, solar/stellar winds and ionospheric outflows: links from an exciting new development in fundamental physics. in XXIII IUGG 2003, Sapporo. June 30 - July 11. Submitted to Symp. GAIII.01 'What are the causes and mechanisms for particle acceleration associated with aurora?' but, on appeal, abruptly rejected by principal convener as being 'of no interest'. (Unpublished) (pdf)
  85. 75. Osmaston M. F. (2003) Eurekan compression and related motions of Greenland; tectonic product of Arctic opening in the circumstances of a two-layer mantle and deep cratonic tectospheres. In Internat. Conf. on Arctic Margins IV (ICAM IV), Halifax, Nova Scotia. 30 Sept-3 Oct, 2003 , Program/Abstracts, pp.63-64. (pdf). For full paper see home page
  86. 76. Osmaston M. F. (2003) Plate kinematic analysis (PKA) of the Eurasian Arctic region and western Siberia since about 750 Ma; a first attempt, emphasizing formation of the basin geometries. In Internat. Conf. on Arctic Margins IV (ICAM IV), Halifax, Nova Scotia. 30 Sept-3 Oct, 2003 , Program/Abstracts, pp.39-40. (pdf)
  87. 77. Osmaston M. F. (2003) Some tools for plate kinematic analysis of the wider Arctic region and its basin systems since the Riphean. In Internat. Conf. on Arctic Margins IV (ICAM IV), Halifax, Nova Scotia. 30 Sept-3 Oct, 2003 . Program/Abstracts, pp.38-39. (pdf)
  88. 78. Osmaston M. F. (2004) Basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE), butter mélanges and the construction and evolution of HP-UHP belts. In 32nd International Geological Congress, 20-28 August 2004 , Florence, Italy. Vol. 1, pp. 536-537. (pdf)
  89. 79. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2004) Continuum Theory (CT); major implications of the 'particle-tied aether' concept for gravitation, rotational effects, and the strong nuclear force. Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory VIII. 6-9 Sept 2002 , Imperial College, London. Proceedings of the conference (M.C. Duffy, ed.), p.355-385. ISBN 1 873 694 07 5. (pdf)
  90. 79a. Osmaston M. F. (2005) BALLANTRAE ophiolite as a separatively emplaced HEO in a new frame for the post-Grampian tectonic sequence in the British Isles: early Tremadoc to Siluro-Devonian crunch. Tectonic Studies Group Ann Mtg, Plymouth 2005. (pdf)
  91. 80. Osmaston M. F. (2005) A new mechanism for intraplate magmagenesis and petrogenetic variation: the importance of process. Goldschmidt 2005, Moscow, Idaho. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 69(10S), A439. (pdf)
  92. 81. Osmaston M. (2005) Interrelationships between large-scale plate motions as indicators of mantle structure: new constraints on mantle modelling and compositional layout. In 3rd Workshop on "Earth's mantle composition, structure and phase transitions" 30th Aug-3 Sept 2005. , St Malo, France. Progr. & abstr. 25. See also http://deep.earth.free.fr/participants.php. (pdf)
  93. 82. Osmaston M. (2005) The ridge push mechanism of MORs as the agent of seismic coupling, tsunami, convergence partitioning and landward thrusting at subduction zones; insights on an interactive family of mostly-jerky mechanisms. IASPEI 2005 General Assembly, 2-7 October 2005. Santiago, Chile , Abstract No 303. (pdf)
  94. 83. Osmaston M. F. (2005) Building the Earth's core and D" layer by 'subduction': processes, timings and compositional implications. William Smith Meeting, Geological Society of London, 23-24 November 2005 , 32-33. (pdf)
  95. 84. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2006) A continuum theory (CT) of physical nature: towards a new 'ground floor' for physics and astronomy, including gravitation and cosmogony, with major tangible support. in Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory, Proceedings of International Scientific Meeting, 'PIRT X', London, 8- 11 September, 2006. (ed. M. C. Duffy, V. O. Gladyshev, A. N. Morozov, and P. Rowlands) pp. 287-317. Moscow 2011 , www.space-lab.ru/PIRT_X.php (pdf).
  96. 85. Osmaston M. F. (2006) Discussion of RAS Presidential address 2006, Feb 10th, entitled 'Using magnetic field observations to probe the deep Earth' by Prof. K.A. Whaler. The Observatory 126(August), 250-251.
  97. 86. Osmaston M. F. (2006) Global tectonic actions emanating from Arctic opening in the circumstances of a two-layer mantle and a thick-plate paradigm involving deep cratonic tectospheres: the Eurekan (Eocene) compressive motion of Greenland and other examples. In ICAM IV, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Arctic Margins, 2003 (ed. R. Scott and D. Thurston). OCS Study MMS 2006-003, pp.105-124: Also published on: http://www.mms.gov/alaska/icam.
  98. 87. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2006) A new scenario for forming the Sun's planetary system (and others?): dynamics, cores and chemistry (pt 2). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 70(18S), A465. Goldschmidt 2006, 26th Aug-1st Sept 2006, Melbourne, Australia. (pdf)
  99. 88. Osmaston M. F. (2007) Cratonic keels and a two-layer mantle tested: mantle expulsion during Arabia-Russia closure linked to westward enlargement of the Black Sea, formation of the Western Alps and subduction of the Tyrrhenian (not the Ionian) Sea. XXIV IUGG 2007, Perugia, Italy, July 2007. Session JSS 011 Earth Structure and Geodynamics. , Abstr (pdf) presentation (ppt)
  100. 88 a. Osmaston M. F. (2007) Major change in Earth's internal behaviour, 2.8-2.2Ga, with a chain of global consequences leading to the rise of atmospheric oxygen. in Roy Soc Discn Mtg 12-13 Nov 2007 on 'Photosynthetic and atmospheric evolution', organised by (ed. D. Bendall, C. Howe, E. Nisbet, and E. Nisbet) , (pdf),
  101. 89. Osmaston M. F. (2007) A new mechanism for intraplate magmagenesis and petrogenetic variation: the importance of process: significance for planetary volcanism and isotopic evolution (abstr). VMSG 2007 , Oxford, UK. (pdf)
  102. 90. Osmaston M. F. (2008) Thick plates and a two-layer mantle: basis for a single model of mantle magmagenesis, all the way from MORB to IOB to flood basalts to kimberlite. VMSG Annual Meeting 2008, Trinity College, Dublin 4-5th January 2008 . (pdf)
  103. 90 a.(CT) Osmaston M. F. (2008) Continuum Theory (CT): history of its conception, and outlines of its many current results: an informal account. in Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory, Proceedings of International Scientific Meeting, PIRT-XI, London: 12-15 September 2008 (ed. M. C. Duffy, V. O. Gladyshev, and P. Rowlands), pp. 8-38. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, 2016. ISSN 2309-7604. , (Full Paper pdf)
  104. 91. Osmaston M. F. (2008) Basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE), butter mélanges and the construction and exhumation of HP-UHP belts: the Alps example and some comparisons. International Geology Review 50(8), 685-754 DOI: 10.2747/00206814.50.8.685. . For full paper refer to "Osmaston, M.F.(2008) Basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE)" on home page)
  105. 92. Osmaston M. F. (2008) Basal subduction tectonic erosion (STE) and the construction of HP-UHP metamorphic belts: A new model for the Alps and its comparison with the Maksyutov Complex, southern Urals. 33rd IGC, Oslo, Session UHP-05, Abstr #13399700 . (pdf)
  106. 93. Osmaston M. F. (2008) Cratonic keels and a two-layer mantle tested: plate motion examples of mantle expulsion during craton-to-craton convergence and of its lateral induction during their separation -Mediterranean, Atlantic-Arctic and India. 33rd IGC, Oslo, Symp. EIL-01, Abstr #1339677 . (pdf)
  107. 94. Osmaston M. F. (2008) Extra-thick plates: basis for a single model of mantle magmagenesis, all the way from MORB to kimberlite. Goldschmidt 2008, Vancouver. Session 10b. Primary melt generation and dynamics of melt transport and storage. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 72(12S), A711. (pdf)
  108. 95. Osmaston M. F. (2009) The planetary angular momentum problem and core formation – a quick note. The Geological Society, Solent Regional Group, Winchester, 22 January 2009.
  109. 96. Osmaston M. F. (2009) Deep cratonic keels and a 2-layer mantle? Tectonic basis for some far-reaching new insights on the dynamical behaviour and properties of the Earth’s mantle; with major plate motion examples. EGU General Assembly 2009, Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-12537-1. (pdf)
  110. 97. Osmaston M. F. (2009) Deep cratonic keels and a 2-layer mantle? Tectonic basis for some far-reaching new insights on the dynamical properties of the Earth's mantle: example motions from Mediterranean, Atlantic-Arctic and India. EGU General Assembly 2009, Geophysical Research Abstracts 11, EGU2009-6359 Session SM 6.2 (Solicited). (pdf)
  111. 98. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2009) A new, mainly dynamical, two-stage scenario for forming the Sun's planetary system and its relation to exoplanet findings. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, April 2009, Geophysical Research Abstracts 11, EGU2009-12204.(Abstract 14kb, PPT) and (pdf)
  112. 99. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2009) A powerful new scenario for forming the Sun's planetary system, with good links to exoplanet findings, arising from new physical insight on the gravitational process. Gordon Research Conference 2009 on 'Origins of solar systems', Mount Holyoke College, Mass., USA 5-10 July 2009. Chair: Sara S. Russell; Vice-Chair: Michael R. Meyer. (pdf)
  113. 100. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2009) A two-stage scenario for forming the Sun's planetary system, with good links to exoplanet findings, arising from new physical insight on the gravitational process. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, 13-18 September 2009. EPSC Abstracts 4, EPSC-2009.264. (pdf)
  114. 101. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2009) What can we learn about solar planetary construction and early evolution of the inner members of the system from their present dynamics? Importance of a 2-stage scenario. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, 13-18 September 2009. EPSC Abstracts 4, EPSC2009-265, 2009. (pdf)
  115. 102. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2009) Construction and differing evolutionary outcomes of the terrestrial planets; insights provided by the 2-stage scenario for constructing planetary systems. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, 13-18 September 2009. EPSC Abstracts 4, EPSC2009-266. (pdf)
  116. 103. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2009) A powerful new scenario for forming the Sun's planetary system, with good links to exoplanet findings, arising from new physical insight on the gravitational process. Poster presented at RAS meeting 2009 Oct 09, in Specialist Discussion entitled: Exoplanets and their environments - Organized by Helen Walker, Jane Greaves, Anita Richards and Barrie Jones . (pdf)
  117. 104. Osmaston M. F. (2010) Extra-thick plates: basis of a versatile mode of mantle magmagenesis, also possessing isotopic selectivity relevant to planetary differences. VMSG Annual Meeting 2010 Univ Glasgow 4-6 Jan 2010 . (pdf)
  118. 105. Osmaston M. F. (2010) Deep cratonic keels and a 2-layer mantle? Example motions from Mediterranean, Atlantic-Arctic and India as a tectonic basis for insights on the dynamical properties of the mantle, probably arising from changes halfway through Earth history. Reading Geologicl Society (invited) 12th April. (pdf)
  119. 106. Osmaston M. F. (2010) On the actual variety of plate dynamical mechanisms and how mantle evolution affected them through time, from core formation to the Indian collision. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, May 2010, Geophysical Research Abstracts 12, EGU2010-6101. (pdf)
  120. 107. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2010) Providing solar system water and high planetary angular momentum, using a return to Ringwood's core formation model, supported by the behavioural evolution of the mantle. Goldschmidt 2010, Knoxville, Tennessee. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74(S1), A 779. (pdf)
  121. 108. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2010) Continuum Theory: Physical Nature Viewed from a Deeper Level; a Rewarding Replacement for SR/GR. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the NPA at California State University, Long Beach, June 2010. Proc. Natural Philosophy Alliance 7(2), 720-748. (pdf)
  122. 109. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2010) Implementing Maxwell's aether illuminates the physics of gravitation, yielding galaxy dynamics without CDM, high-a.m. planetary systems, and how high-mass stars are built. In Joint European National Astronomy Meeting (JENAM) 2010, Lisbon, 5-10 Sept, 2010 , In The European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (ed. A. Moitinho, E. Amores, V. Arsenijevic, J. Ascenso, and R. Azevedo), Abstract Book (Version 2.0) 159-160, Abstr # 174. (pdf)
  123. 110. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2010) Continuum Theory (CT): implications of its continuous auto-creation cosmology for the construction and morphological evolution of galaxies and clusters (abstr). In Joint European National Astronomy Meeting (JENAM) 2010, Lisbon, 5-10 Sept, 2010 (ed. A. Moitinho, E. Amores, V. Arsenijevic, J. Ascenso, and R. Azevedo), Abstract Book (Version 2.0) p.160, Abstr # 175. (pdf)
  124. 111. Osmaston M. F. (2011) An introduction to Intermediate Crust (IC): its formation, epeirogenic character and plate tectonics significance. Tectonic Studies Group Ann. Mtg. (TSG 2011), Durham University , January. Technical programme, p. 45. (pdf)
  125. 112. Osmaston M. F. (2011) Intermediate crust (IC); its construction and significance for plate kinematic analysis (PKA) of its distinctive epeirogenic behaviour: one of a family of crust and mantle metamorphic processes responsible for the vertical and horizontal motivation of plates. Metamorphic Studies Group Annual Meeting, Cambridge , March 2011. Conference abstracts. (pdf)
  126. 113. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2011) What can Triton’s retrograde orbit tell us about how the Giant Planets (and others) were constructed? EGU General Assembly 2011, Vienna, Geophysical Research Abstracts 13, EGU2011-1242, 2011. (pdf)
  127. 114. Osmaston M. F. (2011) 3 stages of Earth evolution - core formation, ocean emergence and the 2.3 Ga rise of atmospheric oxygen: How are they linked? Mineralogical Magazine, Goldschmidt Conference Abstracts, Prague, May 2011. p.1576. (pdf)
  128. 115. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2011) Continuum Theory: Physical Nature Viewed from a Deeper Level; a Rewarding Replacement for SR/GR. In Proceedings of the Natural Philosophy Alliance. 17th Annual Conference of the NPA at California State University, Long Beach, June 2010. , Vol. 7(2) (ed. C. K. Whitney), pp. 720-748. (pdf)
  129. 116. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2011) Europa - an appeal to the Ringwood core model for the origin of its core and its water: set within a new Solar System scenario that uniquely meets the constraints of planetary high angular momentum and Europa's capture into the Jovian family (Abstr). JUpiter ICy moon Explorer (JUICE) workshop. Meudon Observatoire, Paris. 31 Aug-1 Sept 2011. , Poster #21. (pdf)
  130. 117. Osmaston M. F. (2011) Advances in the Earth paradigm applicable to the geophysics of the other terrestrial planets. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Nantes, France. October 2011. EPSC Abstracts 6, EPSC-DPS2011-943. (pdf)
  131. 118. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2011) What can Triton's retrograde orbit tell us about how the Giant Planet interiors were constructed and acquired their gas/ice envelopes? EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Nantes, France. October 2011. EPSC Abstracts 6, EPSC-DPS2011-953, 2011. (pdf)
  132. 119. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2011) What can Triton's retrograde orbit tell us about how the Giant Planet interiors were constructed and acquired their gas/ice envelopes? Talk given at R. Astron. Soc. meeting 14 Oct 2011. Specialist session "Oceans in Icy Planetary Bodies" - AD Fortes & GH Jones, conveners. (pdf)
  133. 120. Osmaston M. F. (2011) A new starting-point for the deep-Earth paradigm, leading to wider insights on today's behaviour. RAS Specialist session 11Nov2011 'UKSEDI: Study of the Earth's Deep Interior' : Kathy Whaler, Richard Holme & James Wookey, organizers. (pdf)
  134. 121. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2011) A continuum theory (CT) of physical nature: towards a new ‘ground floor’ for physics and astronomy, including gravitation and cosmogony, with major tangible support. In Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory, Proceedings of the International Scientific Meeting - ‘PIRT-2006’, 8–11 Sept. 2006, Imperial College, London. (ed. M. C. Duffy, V. O. Gladyshev, A. N. Morozov, and P. Rowlands), pp. 287-317. ISBN 9785703835500 Moscow 2011. See also http://osmaston.org.uk.
  135. 122. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2012) Close-in exoplanets, but none of ours. Guidance from Triton's orbit and the physics of gravitation. UK-Germany National Astronomy Meeting 2012. Manchester 27-30 March 2012. Session PL2, Exoplanets. (pdf)
  136. 123. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2012) How stars grow massive despite radiation pressure, triggering star-bursts; insights from gravitation. UK-Germany NAM2012, Manchester 27-30 March 2012. Session ISM1: Interstellar medium and star formation. (pdf)
  137. 123 a. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2012) Close-in exoplanets, but none of ours. Guidance from Triton's orbit and the physics of gravitation. in Session PL2, Exoplanets. UK-Germany National Astronomy Meeting. Manchester 27-30 March 2012 , (pdf),
  138. 123 b. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2012 (unpublished)) What process gave the solar and exoplanets their huge orbital a.m.? Multiple evidence in both arenas of its dynamical control during planetary construction, with a major bearing on the physics of gravitation. in EPSC abstracts 2012 (Madrid) 7, EPSC2012-228-2 2012 , (pdf),
  139. 124. Osmaston M. F. (2012) Did clockwise rotation of Antarctica cause the break-up of Gondwanaland? An investigation in the 'deep-keeled cratons' frame for global dynamics. Geophysical Research Abstracts 14, EGU2012-2170-1. (pdf)
  140. 125. Osmaston M. F. (2012) Recognition of Intermediate Crust (IC), its construction and its distinctive epeirogenic behaviour: an exciting new tool for plate kinematic analysis (PKA) of the Arctic margins and western Siberia. EGU General Assembly 2012, Geophysical Research Abstracts 14, EGU2012-1621-2, 2012. (abstract pdf) and (presentation pdf)
  141. 126. Osmaston M. F. (2012) Is subduction really in the plate tectonics driving seat, or do two other global mechanisms do the driving? A review in the ’deep-keeled cratons’ frame for global dynamics. EGU General Assembly 2012, Geophysical Research Abstracts 14, EGU2012-2529, 2012. (pdf)
  142. 126 a. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2012) Implementing Maxwell's aether illuminates the physics of gravitation; The Gravity-Electric (G-E) field, evident at every scale from Earth's ionosphere to galaxy dynamics without CDM and an extreme at neutron stars for supernova explosions, cosmic rays and pulsars. Vigier VIII - BCS Conference, London, 15-18 August 2012, oral presentation, 30 slides. ( ppt)
  143. 126 b. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2012) Continuum Theory (CT): its particle-tied aether yields a Continuous Auto-Creation (CAC) cosmology, with no Big Bang; with implication for stellar metallicity and for understanding the construction and morphological evolution of galaxies and clusters. Vigier VIII - BCS Conference, London, 15-18 August 2012, oral presentation, 20 slides. ( ppt).
  144. 126 c. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2013) Dark Matter has huge a.m. if it surrounds spiral galaxies. An alternative for their flat tangential velocity profiles from insight on the physics of gravitation. in RAS National Astronomy Meeting 2013, University of St Andrews. Session 36. Dark Matter, Dark Energy and Gravity (NAM). Organiser: Hongsheng Zhao. , (pdf),
  145. 127. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2013) Implementing Maxwell's aether illuminates the physics of gravitation: the gravity-electric (G-E) field, evident at every scale, from the ionosphere to spiral galaxies and a neutron star extreme. In The Physics of Reality: Space, Time, Matter, Cosmos: Proceedings of the 8th Symposium Honoring Mathematical Physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier (ed. R. L. Amoroso, L. H. Kauffman, and P. R. Rowlands), pp. 388-410. Singapore, World Scientific Publishers, ISBN: 978-981-4504-77-5. (pdf)
  146. 128. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2013) Continuum Theory (CT): its particle-tied aether yields a continuous auto-creation, non-expanding cosmology and new light on galaxy evolution and clusters. In The Physics of Reality: Space, Time, Matter, Cosmos; Proceedings of the 8th Symposium Honoring Mathematical Physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier (ed. R. L. Amoroso, L. H. Kauffman, and P. Rowlands), pp. 411-433 ISBN: 978-981-4504-77-5. Singapore, World Scientific Publishers. (pdf)
  147. 129. (CT) Osmaston M. (2013) Earthquake precursors in the ionosphere: electrical linkage provided by the fundamental physics of gravitation. Geophysical Research Abstracts 15, EGU2013-2392, 2013. (pdf)
  148. 130. Osmaston M. (2013) Seismic anisotropy; a window on how the Earth works: multiple mechanisms and sites, from shallow mantle to inner core. Geophysical Research Abstracts 15, EGU2013-2621, 2013. (pdf)
  149. 131. (CT) Osmaston M. (2013) Plate dynamical mechanisms as constraints on the likelihood of earthquake precursors in the ionosphere. Geophysical Research Abstracts 15, EGU2013-3551-4, 2013. (pdf)
  150. 132. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2013) A fresh look at the Sun, from core to corona, illuminated by new insight on the physics of gravitation. EPSC Abstracts 8 (European Planetary Science Congress, UCL, London), EPSC2013-249. (Abstract, PPT) (pdf)
  151. 133. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2013) Where does the huge orbital a.m. of solar and exoplanets come from? Evidence in both arenas that they get it during nebula-borne construction, the property of new insight on the physics of gravitation. EPSC Abstracts 8 (European Planetary Science Congress, UCL, London), EPSC2013-59-2. (pdf)
  152. 134. Osmaston M. (2014) Mantle properties and the MOR process: a new and versatile model for mid-ocean ridges. Geophysical Research Abstracts 16, EGU2014-1750. (pdf), presentation (pptx)
  153. 135. Osmaston M. F. (2014) Intermediate crust (IC); its construction at continent edges, distinctive epeirogenic behaviour and identification as sedimentary basins within continents: new light on pre-oceanic plate motions. Geophysical Research Abstracts 16, EGU2014-2918-2, 2014. Abstract (pdf). Poster (16MB pdf),
  154. 136. (CT) Osmaston M. (2014) On the initial construction and violent eventual death of high-mass stars: insights from the physics of gravitation. RAS NAM2014, Portsmouth, 23-26 June 2014. (pdf)
  155. 137. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2014) Is asteroid 4 Vesta, with watery 1 Ceres and the Galilean moons, a record of Ringwood-mode iron core construction now predicated for Earth? EPSC Abstracts 9, EPSC2014-535-1. (pdf)
  156. 138. (CT) Osmaston M. (2014) Does asteroid 4 Vesta, with watery 1 Ceres and the Galilean moons, record the Ringwood-mode iron core construction now predicated for Earth and even apply to the other terrestrial planets? EPSC Abstracts 9, EPSC2014-576-1. (pdf)
  157. 139. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2014) An important experiment; reply to Phillip Helbig. The Observatory 134, 33.

  158. (CT) Osmaston M. F. (2015) The following five papers appear in the volume Unified Field Mechanics: Natural Science Beyond the Veil of Spacetime; Being the proceedings of the 9th Symposium Honoring Mathematical Physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier (ed. RL Amoroso, LH Kauffman, & PR Rowlands), held in Baltimore, MD, 16-19 November 2014 Singapore, World Scientific Publishers. ISBN 978--981-4719-05-6 (1377kb pdf of the set: v9-MFO five contributions and their TOC)- With additional corrections.

  159. 140. (CT) Osmaston M. F. Development of Airborne Astronavigation for UK V-bombers and the Origin of Continuum Theory (CT):some Personal Notes and Indications for its Future. p.522-529. (pdf)
  160. 141. (CT) Osmaston M. F. Review of two 1998 Mathematical Appendices Primary to Continuum Theory: Deflection Scattering and Redshift by a Particle-tied Aether p.532-540. (pdf)
  161. 142. (CT) Osmaston M. F. Gravity as an Interaction Communicated at Finite Velocity (c) - as in CT. p.530-531. (pdf)
  162. 143. (CT) Osmaston M. F. On the Cosmogonical Origins of Particle-Antiparticle Asymmetry and of Vorticity in the Universe. p.541-544. (pdf)
  163. 144. (CT) Osmaston M. F. A Laboratory test for Continuum Theory (CT). p.545-546. (pdf)

English translations of Gerber 1898 and 1902/1917

(cited as Ref 11 in Item 140, above, and on p.530, Item 142)

  1. -. Gerber P. (1898) Die räumliche und zeitliche Ausbreitung der Gravitation [The spatial and temporal propagation of gravity]. Zeits.f.Math.u.Phys. 43, p.93-104. (212kb pdf : Gerber 1898: The Spatial and Temporal Propagation of Gravity). Also abstract in Ann.d.Phys. 22, 529-530 (1898)
  2. -. Gerber P. (1917) Die Fortpflanzungsgeschwindigkeit der Gravitation [The reproduction-speed of gravitation]. Ann.d.Phys. 357 (= 4th Ser. v.52)(4), 415-444 DOI: 10.1002/andp.19173570404. (572k pdf : Gerber - The Propagation Velocity of Gravitation 1902 & 1917).

  1. -. Osmaston M. F. (2015) The Sun under the microscope, from core to corona, illuminated by new insight on the physics of gravitation. EWASS 2015; La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands. Symposium S5 'The Sun under the microscope'; M.J. Martínez González. Chair. Abstr No 361 (not accepted). (pdf)
  2. -. Osmaston M. (2017) (accepted but withdrawn) Is the nature of the uplift initiated by the melting of an ice-sheet or the erosion of an overthrust really isostatic? EGU General Assembly 2017, Geophysical Research Abstracts 19, EGU2017 - 17829, 2017 (pdf)


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