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  List of Accepted Contributions - TS2.3 Controls on the 3D Orientation of Brittle Fractures: Integrating Theory with Field & Laboratory Measurements

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Tejchman, J.; Wu, W.
A director theory for anisotropy of granular media

Collettini, C.
Frictional control on mainshock and aftershock rupture planes

De Paola, N.; Collettini, C.; Trippetta, F.; Barchi, M. R.; Minelli, G.
A mechanical model for complex fault patterns induced by fluid overpressures due to dehydration reaction within evaporitic rocks

Foster, C; Regueiro, R; Borja, R
Localization analysis of a three-invariant plasticity model with combined isotropic/kinematic hardening

Sanz, P.; Borja, R.; Pollard, D.
Finite Element Modeling of Fault Related Folds Using Large Deformation Contact Mechanics

Haimson, B.
The effect of the intermediate principal stress on the brittle fracture of rocks

Healy, D; Nippress, SEJ; Jones, RR; Holdsworth, RE
Polymodal faulting by crack or anticrack interaction

Exner, U.; Grasemann, B.
A 3D structural model of fault drag from differential GPS mapping: evidence for rotation of high-angle normal faults

Lohr, T.; Krawczyk, C. M.; Oncken, O.; Tanner, D. C.
3D fault development – displacement variation and morphology analysis of faults identified from 3D seismics

Eichhubl, P.
Orientation of compaction-dominated deformation bands in Aztec Sandstone at Valley of Fire, Nevada, USA.

Reches, Z; Busetti, S; Sagy, A
Could multiple (“conjugate”) sets of tensile fractures develop simultaneously?

Jones, R.R.; Kokkalas, S.; Healy, D.
3D fault connectivity, curvature and segmentation due to oblique extension

Goodwin, L.; Rawling, G. ; Riley, P.; Lewis, C.
Non-plane strain in near-surface normal faults in granular porous media

Healy, D; Borja, R; Jones, R
Controls on the 3D Orientation of Brittle Fractures: Integrating Theory with Field & Laboratory Measurements

Jamtveit, B; Iyer, K; Royne, A; Malthe-Sorenssen, A; Mathiesen, J; Feder, J
2- and 3-D hierarchical fracturing driven by hydration reactions (withdrawn)

Corver, M.P.; Werner, E.
Analogue modeling; the role of indenter geometry and erosion in double-vergent orogens.

Osokina, D.N.; Yakovlev, F.L.; Voitenko, V.N.
Second rank fractures and 3D stress & strain local fields of fault with sides friction as ones development’s stages evidence: theory, experiment and natural examples (on the basis of «fracture-crack» and «fracture – shear zone» models study).

Borja, R.I.; Rice, J.R.
Influence of 3D stress state on the triggering and evolution of shear localization and cataclastic flow in porous rocks

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