Marine Geophysical Researches

, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp 88–92 | Cite as

Professor Bastiaan Jacob Collette 1930–1991

  • Jean-Claude Sibuet
  • Jacob Verhoef
  • Walter Roest
In Memoriam


Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.


  1. Burgers, J. M., and Collette, B. J., 1958, On the Problem of the Postglacial Uplift of Fennoscandia,Proc. Kon. Ned. Ak. Wet. Series B 61, 221–241.Google Scholar
  2. Collette, B. J., 1954, On the Gravity Field of the Sunda Region (West Indonesia),Geologie en Mijnbouw (nw. ser.) 1960,16, 271–300.Google Scholar
  3. Collette, B. J., 1960, The Gravity Field of the North Sea, in Bruins, G. J. (ed.),Gravity Expeditions 5, Publ. Neth. Geodetic Comm., Delft, pp. 47–96.Google Scholar
  4. Collette, B. J., Langaay, R. A., and Ritsema, A. R., 1965, Depth of the Mohorovicic-Discontinuity under the North Sea Basin,Nature 205, 688–689.Google Scholar
  5. Collette, B. J., Lagaay, R. A., Ritsema, A. R., and Schouten, J. A., 1966, Seismic Investigations in the North Sea,Geophys. J. R. astr. Soc.,12, 363–373.Google Scholar
  6. Collette, B. J., Ewing, J. I., Lagaay, R. A., and Truchan, M., 1969, Sediment Distribution in the Oceans: The Atlantic between 10° and 19° N,Marine Geology 7, 279–345.Google Scholar
  7. Collette, B. J., 1974, Thermal Contraction Joints in a Spreading Seafloor as Origin of Fracture Zones,Nature 251, 299–300.Google Scholar
  8. Collette, B. J., Rutten, K. W., Schouten, H., and Slootweg, A. P., 1974a, Continuous Seismic and Magnetic Profiles over the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between 12° and 18° N,Marine Geophys. Res. 2, 133–141.Google Scholar
  9. Collette, B. J., Schouten, J. A., Rutten, K., and Slootweg, A. P., 1974b, Structure of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge Province between 12° and 18° N,Marine Geophys. Res. 2, 143–179.Google Scholar
  10. Collette, B. J., Slootweg, A. P., and Twigt, W., 1979, Mid-Atlantic Ridge Crest Topography between 12° and 15° N,Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 42, 103–108.Google Scholar
  11. Collette, B. J., Verhoef, J. and de Mulder, A. F. J., 1980, Gravity and a Model of the Median Valley,J. Geophys. 47, 91–98.Google Scholar
  12. Collette, B. J., Slootweg, A. P., Verhoef, J., and Roest, W. R., 1984, Geophysical Investigations of the Floor of the Atlantic Ocean between 10° and 38° N (Kroonvlag-Project),Proc. Kon. Ned. Akad. Wet., Series B 87, 1–76.Google Scholar
  13. Collette, B. J., 1986, Fracture Zones in the North Atlantic: Morphology and a Model,J. Geol. Soc. London 143, 763–774.Google Scholar
  14. Collette, B. J. and Roest, W. R., 1990, Are Second and Third Order Ridge Discontinuities Functional? AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco,EOS Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union. 71, 1629, abstract.Google Scholar
  15. Danobeitia, J. J., 1985, Estudio Geofisico Submarino en el Area del Archipielago Canario, Ph.D. Thesis, 168 pp.Google Scholar
  16. Danobeitia, J. J. and Collette B. J., 1989, Estudio Mediante Sismica de Reflexion de un Grupo de Estructruras Submarinas Situadas al Norte y Sur del Archipielago Canario,Acta Geolog. Hispa. 24, 147–163.Google Scholar
  17. GEBCO or General Bathymetric Chart of the Ocean, Sheet 5.08, 1982, Hydrographic Chart Distribution Office (Ottawa).Google Scholar
  18. Lagaay, R. A., 1969, Geophysical Investigations of the Netherlands Leeward Antilles, Ph.D. Thesis, also published in:Verh. Kon. Ned. Ak. Wet., afd. Natuurkunde, Vol. XXV, no 2, Amsterdam, 86 p.Google Scholar
  19. Mulder, A. F. J. and Collette, B. J., 1984, Gravity anomalies over Inactive Fracture Zones in the Central North-Atlantic,Marine Geophys. Res. 6, 383–394.Google Scholar
  20. Perry, R. K., Fleming, H. S., Vogt, P. R., Cherkis, N. Z., Feden, R. H., Thiede, J., Strand, J. E., and Collette, B. J., 1981, North Atlantic Ocean: Bathymetry and Plate Tectonic Evolution,Geol. Soc. Am., map and chart series, MC-35.Google Scholar
  21. Roest, W. R., Searle, R. C., and Collette, B. J., 1984, Fanning of Fracture Zones and a Three-Dimensional Model of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge,Nature 308, 527–531.Google Scholar
  22. Roest, W. R. and Collette, B. J., 1986, The Fifteen Twenty Fracture Zone and the North American-South American Plate Boundary,J. Geol. Soc. London 143, 833–843.Google Scholar
  23. Roest, W. R., 1987, Seafloor Spreading Pattern of the North Atlantic between 10° and 40° N, Ph.D. Thesis,Geologica Ultraiectina 48, 121 p.Google Scholar
  24. Roest, W. R., Danobeitia, J. J., Verhoef, J., and Collette, B. J., 1992, Magnetic Anomalies in the Canary Basin and Mesozoic Evolution of the Central North Atlantic,Marine Geophys. Res. 14, 1–24.Google Scholar
  25. Rutten, K., 1974, Two-Dimensionality of Magnetic Anomalies over Iceland and Reykjanes Ridge, Ph.D. Thesis, also published in:Marine Geophys. Res. 2, 243–263.Google Scholar
  26. Schouten, J. A., 1971, A Fundamental Analysis of Magnetic Anomalies over Oceanic Ridges, Ph.D. Thesis, also published in:Marine Geophys. Res. 1, 111–144.Google Scholar
  27. Sibuet, J.-C. and Collette, B. J., 1991, Triple Junctions of Bay of Biscay and North Atlantic: New Constraints on the Kinematic Evolution,Geology 19, 522–525.Google Scholar
  28. Slootweg, A. P., 1980, Multiple Beam Generation with a Digital Computer for Echosounding at Low and High Frequencies, Ph.D. Thesis,Geologica Ultrajectina 24.Google Scholar
  29. Slootweg, A. P. and Collette, B. J., 1985, Crustal Structure and Spreading History of the Central North Atlantic in the Cretaceous Magnetic Quiet Zone (Africa Plate),Proc. Kon. Ned. Ak. Wet. Series B,88.Google Scholar
  30. Tucholke, B. E. and Schouten, H., 1988, Kane Fracture Zone,Marine Geophys. Res. 10, 1–39.Google Scholar
  31. Twigt, W., 1980, Magnetic Anomalies over Fracture Zones in the Central North Atlantic Ocean, Ph.D. Thesis,Geologica Ultrajectina 26, pp. 125.Google Scholar
  32. Twigt, W., Verhoef, J., Rohr, K., Mulder, A. F. J., and Collette, B. J., 1983, Topography, Magnetics and Gravity over the Kane Fracture Zone in the Cretaceous Magnetic Quiet Zone (African Plate),Proc. Kon. Ned. Ak. Wet., Series B. 86, 181–210.Google Scholar
  33. Verhoef, J., 1984, Geophysical Study of the Atlantis-Meteor Seamount Complex, Ph.D. Thesis,Geologica Ultraiectina 38, Utrecht, pp. 153.Google Scholar
  34. Verhoef, J. and Collette, B. J., 1983, A Tear Fault System beneath the Atlantis-Meteor Seamount Group,Annales Geophysicae 1, 199–206.Google Scholar
  35. Verhoef, J. and Collette, B. J., 1985, A Geophysical Investigation of the Atlantis-Meteor Seamount Complex,Proc. Kon. Ned. Ak. Wet., Series B,88, 427–429.Google Scholar
  36. Verhoef, J., Collette, B. J., Miles, P. R., Searle, R. C., Sibuet, J.-C., and Williams, C. A., 1986, Magnetic Anomalies in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean (35°–50° N),Marine Geophys. Res. 8, 1–25.Google Scholar
  37. Verhoef, J., and Collette, B. J., 1987, Lithospheric Thinning under the Atlantis-Meteor Seamount Complex (North Atlantic); in:Seamounts, Islands and Atolls, Keating, B. H., Fryer, P., Batiza, R., and Boehlert, G. W. (eds) Geophysical Monograph Series, American Geophysical Union43, 391–405.Google Scholar
  38. Verhoef, J., Collette, B. J., Danobeitia, J. J., Roeser, H. A., and Roest, W. R., 1991, Magnetic Anomalies off West-Africa (20°–38° N),Marine Geophys. Res. 13, 81–103.Google Scholar
  39. Williams, C. A., Verhoef, J., and Collette, B. J., 1983, Magnetic Analysis of Some Large Seamounts in the North Atlantic,Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 63, 399–407.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Kluwer Academic Publishers 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jean-Claude Sibuet
  • Jacob Verhoef
  • Walter Roest

There are no affiliations available

Personalised recommendations