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Graded fault rocks and a hydrofractured fault zone at the Snake Range detachment, NV: Slip on a low-angle normal fault at seismic velocities. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2015.
Frictional properties of low-angle normal fault fault gouges and implications for low-angle normal fault slip. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 408:57-65.. 2014.
Repeating patterns of mineral transformations in clay gouges, with examples from low-angle normal fault rocks in the western USA. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2013.
Shear zones in clay-rich fault gouge: A laboratory study of fabric development and evolution. Journal of Structural Geology. 51:206-225.. 2013.
Unusual ‘graded’ fault rocks from the Snake Range detachment, NV –Evidence both for seismic slip on low-angle normal faults and paleodip at the time of slip. Geological Society America Annual Meeting.. 2013.
Patterns of clay mineral transformations in fault gouges. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) 3rd International Meeting on Fault and Top Seals.. 2012.
Patterns of mineral transformations in clay gouge, with examples from low-angle normal fault rocks in the western USA. Journal of Structural Geology. 43:2-32.. 2012.
Links between orogenic wedge deformation and erosional exhumation: evidence from illite age analysis of fault rock and detrital thermochronology of syn-tectonic conglomerates in the Spanish Pyrenees. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 307(1-2):180-190.. 2011.
Active transsection faults in rift transfer zones: evidence for complex stress fields and implications for crustal fragmentation processes in the western branch of the East African Rift. International Journal of Earth Sciences. 99(7):1633–1642.. 2010.
Dating the detachment fault system of the Ruby Mountains, Nevada: Significance for the kinematics of low-angle normal faults. Tectonics. 29(4). 2010.
Frictional properties of low-angle normal fault gouges and implications for low-angle normal fault slip. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting.. 2010.
Clay fabric intensity in natural and artificial fault gouges: Implications for brittle fault zone processes and sedimentary basin clay fabric evolution. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 114(B5). 2009.
Fault gouge ages from the south-central Pyrenees fold-and-thrust belt – Demonstration of in-sequence thrusting and the geological significance of wall-rock provenance ages extrapolated from gouge dating. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2009.
Meteoric water in normal fault systems: Oxygen and hydrogen isotopic measurements on authigenic phases in brittle fault rocks. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting.. 2009.
Unusual ‘graded’ fault rocks from the Snake Range detachment, NV – Implications for fluid involvement in low-angle normal fault processes and the angle of slip of core complex detachments. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2009.
Clay quantification and Ar-Ar dating of synthetic and natural gouge – application to the Miocene Sierra Mazatán detachment, Sonora, Mexico. Journal of Structural Geology. 30(4):525-538.. 2008.
Formation of authigenic and detrital clay gouges – Examples from the US Cordillera and Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains, East African Rift. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2008.
Rift nucleation, rift propagation and the creation of basement micro-plates within active rifts. Tectonophysics. 458(1-4):105-116.. 2008.
Clay fabric intensity in natural and experimental clay-rich fault rocks – implications for conditions and processes during fault slip. Geological Society of America.. 2007.
Clay mineral assemblages in fault gouges of the Rwenzori Mountains, Uganda. International Conference on the East African Rift System.. 2007.
Dating the Pyrenean orogenic wedge – Fault gouge ages and thrust belt evolution in the Spanish Pyrenees. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2007.. 2007.
Radiometric dating of brittle faults – Advances and applications to young faults. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.. 2006.