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  List of Accepted Contributions - TS2 Are faults weak or strong? Theoretical, experimental and geological approaches (including Outstanding Young Scientist Award Lecture)

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Chiaraluce, L.
Microseismicity along a weak low-angle normal fault: the Alto Tiberina Fault case study (northern Apennines, Italy).

Carena, S.; Moder, C.
Fault strength in California and western Nevada

Collettini, C; Trippetta, F
Mechanical and Structural Control on Aftershock Rupture Planes and Implications for Crustal Strength

Suppe, J.; Yue, L. F.
Pore-fluid pressures and crustal strength

Piccinini, D.; Antonioli, A.; Cocco, M.
Source Parameters Estimate During the 1997 Umbria Marche (Central Italy) Seismic Sequence: Fluid Diffusion or Static Stress Interaction?

Bestmann, M; Götze, J; de Wall, H; Göken, M
Microstructural characterisation of pseudotachylytes in quartzitic rocks by electron microscopy – preliminary results

Storti, F.; Balsamo, F.; Rossetti, F.; Salvini, F.
The Cambrian to Present long lasting memory of mechanical weakness along continentally-sized shear zones in Victoria Land, Antarctica

Di Toro, G.; Pennacchioni, G.
Strong faults in a strong crust (Outstanding Young Scientist Lecture)

Tembe, S; Lockner, D; Wong, T.-f.
Constraints on frictional strength and pore pressure excess for a weak San Andreas: The Rice-style model revisited (withdrawn)

Mu, C.H.; Angelier, J.; Dong, J.J.; Guglielmi, Y.; Lee, J.C.; Lin, C.P.; Lin, T.J.
Hydromechanical characterization of an active fault zone in near-surface sedimentary layers ˇV a case study along the Chihshang Fault, eastern Taiwan

Spiers, C. J.; Niemeijer, A. R.; Van Diggelen, E.
Effects of phyllosilicates and diffusive mass transport on fault strength in the mid and upper crust

Mittempergher, S.; Pennacchioni, G.; Di Toro, G.
Effects of fault orientation on the fault rock assemblage of exhumed seismogenic sources (Adamello, Italy)

Imber, J.; Holdsworth, R.E.; Smith, S.A.F
Geological evidence for velocity-weakening behaviour within phyllosilicate-rich fault cores?

Abe, S.; Schmatz, J.; Urai, J.
DEM Simulation of shear induced mixing in layered sand-clay sequences

Smith, S.A.F; Holdsworth, R.E.; Collettini, C.; Imber, J.
Recognising the seismic cycle along ancient faults: CO2-induced fluidization of brittle cataclasites in the footwall of a sealing low-angle normal fault

Keulen, N.; Stunitz, H.; Heilbronner, R.
Why is the oceanic crust weak? New results from medium temperature experiments on basalt rocks.

Schmatz, J.; Giese, S.; Holland, M.; van der Zee, W.; Vrolijk, P.; Urai, J.
Investigations of Clay Smear in Mechanically Layered Sequences: Insights from Analogue and Numerical Particle Flow Models

Kirkpatrick, J; Shipton, Z
Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of exhumed seismogenic faults; implications for seismic slip

Leitner, Ch.; Neubauer, F.
Antitaxial veins of rock salt in shale associated with slickensides (Permian Haselgebirge Formation, Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria) (withdrawn)

Sone, H.; Shimamoto, T.
High velocity friction experiments suggesting dynamically weak, but statically strong faults

De Paola, N.; Collettini, C.; Faulkner, D.R.
The Nucleation of Large Earthquakes Within Overpressured Fault Zones in Evaporitic Sequences

De Paola, N.; Collettini, C.; Faulkner, D.R.
The Fluid Flow Evolution During the Seismic Cycle Within Overpressured Fault Zones in Evaporitic Sequences

Warr, L.N.; Schleicher, A.M.; van der Pluijm, B.A.
Thin film coatings and faulting: New insights from the SAFOD drillhole, Parkfield, California

Le Pourhiet, L.
Is the creeping segment of the San Andreas Fault intrinsically weaker ?

Bistacchi, A.; Massironi, M.; Menegon, L.
The misorientation/weakness connection: 3D modelling and anisotropic slip-tendency analysis of the Sprechenstein Fault Zone (Eastern Alps)

Bistacchi, A.; Massironi, M.; Menegon, L.; Zanchetta, S.; Zanchi, A.
The late-Alpine fault network of the Central-Eastern Alps

Walter, J. M.; Leiss, B.; Weber, K.
Coeval brittle and ductile deformation – A microstructural analysis of graphitic marbles of the central Damara Belt, Namibia

Faulkner, D.; Mitchell, T.; Heap, M.; Vinciguerra, S.; Meredith, P.
On stress rotations in fault damage zones

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