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  List of Accepted Contributions - MPRG15 The role of fluids in faults and fracture zones - mechanical aspects

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Nasseri, M.H.B; Schubnel, A. ; Young, R.P.
Linking transport, elastic and mechanical properties: an experimental investigation in thermally cracked Westerly granite

Rudnicki, J. W.
Alteration of effective normal stress during dynamic rupture propagation due to heterogeneity of poroelastic properties near the slip plane

Townend, E.; Thompson, B. D.; Benson, P. M.; Meredith, P. G.; Baud, P.; Young, R. P.
Spatio-temporal seismicity patterns associated with anisotropic propagation of discrete compaction bands in Diemelstadt sandstone

Zhu, W.; Vinciguerra, S.; Baud, P.; Wong, T.-f.; Cavallo, A.
Dilatancy and failure in basalt from Mt. Etna under triaxial compression

Shapiro, S. A.
Fluid induced microseismicity: from pore pressure diffusion to hydraulic fracturing.

Sarout, J.; Guéguen, Y.
Shales physical properties and anisotropy: triaxial experiments and micromechanical modeling

Zhu, W.
Faulting related initiation and growth of compaction localization in porous sedimentary rocks

Nüchter, J.-A.; Stöckhert, B.
Coupled stress and pore fluid pressure changes in the middle crust – the vein record of coseismic loading and postseismic stress relaxation

Niemeijer, A.R.; Marone, C.; Elsworth, D.
Permeability Evolution in Granular Aggregates: Preliminary Results from Compaction and Shear Experiments

Stanchits, S.; Fortin, J.; Gueguen, Y.; Dresen, G.
Influence of loading rate on initiation and propagation of compaction bands in Bentheim sandstone

Yarushina, V.M.; Podladchikov, Yu.Yu
Micromechanical modeling of non-hydrostatic compaction and decompaction

Guerra, I.; Burkhard, M.; Mancktelow, N.; Kalt, A.
Mineralization related to possible deep penetration of meteoric waters in late Alpine brittle faults developed during exhumation

Main, I.G.; Li, L. ; Heffer, K.J.
Hydraulic imaging of faults and fractures using a predictive statistical reservoir model

Louis, L.; Baud, P.; Wong, T-f.
Mechanical anisotropy of the Rothbach sandstone

de Ronde, A.A.; Dobson, D.P. ; Meredith, P.G. ; Heidelbach, F.; Boon, S.
Ultra high pressure acoustic emission monitoring of the olivine to wadsleyite transition and its application to deep focus earthquakes

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