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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
On the role of fluids in stick-slip dynamics of saturated granular fault gouge using a coupled computational fluid dynamics-discrete element approach C. Marone, J. Carmeliet, O. Dorostkar, P.A. Johnson, R. Guyer 2017 JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH Wiley
Three-dimensional discrete element modeling of triggered slip in sheared granular media B. Ferdowsi, C. Marone, J. Carmeliet, M. Griffa, P.A. Johnson, R.A. Guyer 2014 Physical Review E American Physical Society
Influence of vibration amplitude on dynamic triggering of slip in sheared granular layers B. Ferdowsi, C. Marone, E.G. Daub, J. Carmeliet, M. Griffa, P.A. Johnson, R.A. Guyer 2013 Physical Review E American Physical Society
Microslips as precursors of large slip events in the stick-slip dynamics of sheared granular layers: A discrete element model analysis B. Ferdowsi, C. Marone, J. Carmellet, M. Griffa, P.A. Johnson, R.A. Guyer 2013 Geophysical Research Letters Wiley
Meso-mechanical analysis of deformation characteristics for dynamically triggered slip in a granular medium B. Ferdowsi, C. Marone, E.G. Daub, J. Carmeliet, M. Griffa, P.A. Johnson, R.A. Guyer 2012 Philosophical Magazine Taylor & Francis
Frictional Properties Of Natural Fault Gouge From A Low Angle Normal Fault, Panamint Valley, California C. Marone, E. Kirby, T. Numelin 2007 Tectonophysics American Geophysical Union
Friction Of Sheared Granular Layers: Role Of Particle Dimensionality, Surface Roughness, And Material Properties C. Marone, M. Knuth 2007 Geosystems American Geophysical Union
Influence Of Particle Characteristics On Granular Friction C. Marone, J. L. Anthony 2005 Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth American Geophysical Union