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  List of Accepted Contributions - SM22/MPRG18 /TS3.1 Physics and Mechanics of Earthquakes and Faulting (co-organized by MPRG & TS)

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Dor, O.; Ben-Zion, Y.; Chester, J.; Rockwell, T.; Brune, J.
Pulverized sedimentary rocks along the Mojave section of the San Andreas Fault: implications for rupture mechanism (withdrawn)

Sulem, J.
The role of clay in thermal pressurisation of fault during rapid slip

Shanker, D; Singh, V.P ; Singh, H.N; Yadav, R.B.S; Banerjee, M
Evidence of conducting fluid was the real cause for the generation of Gujarat earthquake (Mw 7.7) of 2001, India (withdrawn)

Lunn, R. J.; Moir, H; Shipton, Z.K.; Willson, J. P.
Modelling spatial and temporal fault zone evolution in basement rocks

Ferre, E.C.; Zechmeister, M.S.; Geissman, J.W.
Coseismic electric currents and the pseudotachylyte magnetic blackbox

Cociani, L.; Bean, C.
Monitoring seismic velocity changes in the Gulf of Corinth using earthquakes multiplets

Davies, T R H; McSaveney, M J
A mechanical explanation for slip weakening

Bonafede, M. ; Ferrari, C.
Stress field around an asperity in a transform domain.

Saillet, E; Wibberley, C
Evolution of brittle deformation and fault growth in a high porosity sandstone analogue from the Cretaceous of the Bassin du Sud-Est, Provence, France.

Di Toro, G.; Nielsen, S.; Takehiro, H.; Pennacchioni, G.; Pittarello, L.; Shimamoto, T.
Anatomy of a 30 Ma old earthquake from an exhumed fault (Gole Larghe Fault, Adamello, Italy)

Di Toro, G.; Hirose, T.; Mizoguchi, K.; Nielsen, S.
Slip-weakening distance in the presence of seismic melts

Heesakkers, V; Lockner, D; Reches, Z
The rupture zone of an m2.2 earthquake within the mechanically heterogeneous Pretorius fault-zone, Tautona mine, South Africa (NELSAM project)

Birtel, S.; Stöckhert, B.
Brittle failure and short-term ductile deformation at 500°C – the record of quartz veins beneath an exhumed low-angle normal fault

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

Aochi, H.; Ide, S.
Numerical simulation of temporal evolution of multi-scale earthquake rupture

FAMIN, V.; Nakashima, S.; Boullier, A.-M.; Fujimoto, K.
Frictional exsolution of CO2 : a new slip-weakening mechanism

Veveakis, E.; Vardoulakis, I. ; Sulem, J.
Thermally driven accelerated creep of shallow faults

Menegon, L.; Di Toro, G.; Pennacchioni, G.
Cyclic production of pseudotachylyte at the brittle/ductile transition: evidence for a large-scale fault asperity

Putelat, T.; Dawes, J. H.; Willis, J. R.
Sliding interactions between frictional interfaces

Ziv, A.
Modeling quasi-dynamic slip on multiple fault system governed by rate- and state-dependent friction (withdrawn)

Schleicher, A.M.; van der Pluijm, B.A. ; Warr, L.N.; Tourscher, S.
Do swelling clays influence the behavior of the San Andreas Fault? New results from the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) drill hole

Ganerod, G.V.; Braathen, A.; Willemoes-Wissing, B.
Permeability model of extensional faults in metamorphic rocks; verification by pre-grouting in sub-sea tunnels

Braun, T.; Cesca, S.; Piccinini, D.; Spinelli, E.; Fiordelisi, A.
source inversion of seismic events recorded in the Larderello geothermal area

Graham, C; Stanchits, S; Dresen, G; Main, I
Source mechanisms of acoustic emissions in triaxially loaded granite

Milano, G.; Di Giovambattista , R.; Ventura, G.
Seismic activity in the transition zone between central and southern Apennines (Italy)

Mair, K; Abe, S; Bjørk, T
Comparing fault zones in nature, laboratory experiments and numerical simulations using grain size and shape characteristics

Grob, M.; Schmittbuhl, J.; Toussaint, R.
Optical and seismic imaging of an interfacial rupture front between two annealed rough surfaces

Horálek, J.; Fischer, T.; Hudová, Z.
The 1997 and 2000 Swarms in West Bohemia (Central Europe): Comparison from Viewpoint of the Location, Space-time Energy Release and Source Mechanisms

Kirkpatrick, J; Shipton, Z
Characterizing km-scale faults exhumed from seismogenic depths, Sierra Nevada, California.

Hok, S.; Campillo, M.; Ionescu, I.; Cotton, F.
Influence of the damage zone non-elastic deformation on rupture dynamics: 2D and 3D numerical modeling

Madariaga, R.
Earthquake energy balance

Schmittbuhl, J.; Chambon, G.; Corfdir, A.; Messen, Y.
Slip-Rate-and-State friction law in a thick gouge friction experiment

Koral, H
Rupture mechanism via surface cracks: the October 1, 1995 Dinar earthquake (Mw=6.2), SW Turkey (withdrawn)

Toussaint, R.; Johnsen, O.; Vinningland, J.L.; Maloy, K.J.; Flekkoy, E.G.; Schmittbuhl, J.
Channel formation in analog lowly consolidated gouges due to interstitial fluid flow

Burlini, L.; Di Toro, G.; Meredith, P.
The rock-physics interpretation of seismic tremor under the subduction zones

Mueller, M.; Edwards, M.A.; Zàmolyi, A.; Iglseder, C.; Voit, K.; Grasemann, B.; Team ACCEL
Creep with dynamic rupture fluctuation; field evidence from exhumed polyphase cataclastic faults within an extensional regime on the Islands of Kea and Serifos (Western Cyclades, Greece)

John, T.; Rüpke, L.; Medvedev, S.; Austrheim, H.; Podladchikov, Y.; Andersen, T.B.; Braeck, S.
About deformation, reactions, and fluids: combining petrology and modelling to better understand deeper earthquakes

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