Volume 142, Issue 3-4, 1994

ISSN: 0033-4553 (Print) 1420-9136 (Online)

In this issue (18 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Introduction

    Chris J. Marone, Michael L. Blanpied Pages 413-416
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    Dynamic faulting under rate-dependent friction

    Alain Cochard, Raúl Madariaga Pages 419-445
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    Velocity weakening in a dynamical model of friction

    Dmitri Pisarenko, Peter Mora Pages 447-466
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    Some comparisons between mining-induced and laboratory earthquakes

    A. McGarr Pages 467-489
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    Statistical physics of fault patterns self-organized by repeated earthquakes

    D. Sornette, P. Miltenberger, C. Vanneste Pages 491-527
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    Self-organised criticality and fluid-rock interactions in the brittle field

    Ian G. Main, Jeremy R. Henderson, Philip G. Meredith Pages 529-543
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    A fracture-mechanical cellular automaton model of seismicity

    Jeremy R. Henderson, Ian G. Main, Calum Maclean Pages 545-565
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    Earthquake Source Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Observation

    The propagation of a single shear crack: A displacement discontinuity model

    J. -Cl. De Bremaecker, K. Wei Pages 567-585
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    Faulting and Crustal Deformation: Field Observations and Modeling

    Fracturing and hydrothermal alteration in normal fault zones

    Ronald L. Bruhn, William T. Parry, William A. Yonkee Pages 609-644
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    Faulting and Crustal Deformation: Field Observations and Modeling

    An assessment of field evidence for ‘Byerlee’ friction

    Richard H. Sibson Pages 645-662
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    Frictional Slip, Failure, and Deformation Mechanics: Laboratory Studies

    Frictional heat generation and seismic radiation in a foam rubber model of earthquakes

    Abdolrasool Anooshehpoor, James N. Brune Pages 735-747
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    Frictional Slip, Failure, and Deformation Mechanics: Laboratory Studies

    Triaxial testing of Lopez Fault gouge at 150 MPa mean effective stress

    David R. Scott, David A. Lockner, James D. Byerlee Pages 749-775
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    Frictional Slip, Failure, and Deformation Mechanics: Laboratory Studies

    The micromechanics of friction in a granular layer

    Charles G. Sammis, Sandra J. Steacy Pages 777-794
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    Frictional Slip, Failure, and Deformation Mechanics: Laboratory Studies

    Application of the Pi theorem to the wear rate of gouge formation in frictional sliding of rocks

    Hiroyuki Nagahama, Norihiro Nakamura Pages 795-808