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  List of Accepted Contributions - TS4.1 Frictional heating and earthquake rupture dynamics: integration of field, laboratory and theoretical studies (co-listed in SM)

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Khazan, Y.; Fialko, Y.
Frictional melting: results of numerical modeling of rotary experiments

Boutareaud, S.; Fabbri, O.; Han, R.; Buatier, M.; Shimamoto, T.
Shear localisation at seismic slip rates: first results from high-velocity experiments on the gouge of the Usukidani fault, southwest Japan.

Andersen, T.B. ; Austrheim, H.; Mair, K.; Malthe-Sørensen, A; Podladchikov, Y.Y.; Simon, N; Vrijmoed, J.C.
Ultra-mafic pseudotachylytes and the strength of the upper mantle during collision and low-temperature - high-pressure metamorphism

Schubnel, A.; Thompson, B.D.; Fortin, J.; Young, R.P.; Gueguen, Y.
Slow, delayed and aseismic failure in the laboratory: the problem of seismic efficiency

Pittarello, L.; Di Toro, G.; Bizzarri, A.; Hadizadeh, J.; Pennacchioni, G.
Seismic energy partitioning inferred from pseudotachylyte-bearing faults (Gole Larghe Fault, Adamello batholith, Italy)

Di Toro, G.; Hirose, T.; Nielsen, S.; Pennacchioni, G.; Shimamoto, T.
Lubrication of faults by seismic melts during earthquakes

Nakatani, M.; Yamauchi, T.; Ogasawara, H.; Otsuki, K.; Kato, A.; Kawakata, H.; Iio, Y.; Kuwano, O.; Nagata, K.; Ito, T.
A 3 km deep on-fault thermometer array for measuring the heat generated by forthcoming earthquakes in a South African gold mine.

Del Gaudio, P.; Han, R.; Di Toro, G.; HIrose, T.; Cocco, M.; Shimamoto, T.
Dynamic strength of peridotite during frictional melting at seismic slip rates: experimental results

Spudich, P.; Cocco, M.; Tinti, E.
How is mechanical work partitioned between surface energy and heat during earthquake ruptures?

Bizzarri, A.; Cocco, M
Thermal pressurization in 3-D dynamic spontaneous rupture models

Senatorski, P.
Patterns of slip and stress signals on faults with slip-dependent friction (withdrawn)

Mair, K; Renard, F
Heat dissipation during frictional sliding on simulated faults

Rudnicki, J; Rice, J
Effective normal stress changes induced by alteration of pore pressure due to near-fault heterogeneity during rupture propagation

Rempel, A.
The effects of flash weakening and damage on the evolution of fault strength and temperature

Fukuyama, E.
Limitation of slip-weakening distance estimation from near-fault seismograms

Matsuzawa, T; Takeo, M
Numerical simulation of the generation and thickening process of frictional melt layer considering Stefan condition

Nielsen, S.; DiToro, G. ; Hirose, T.; Shimamoto, T.
The physics of melt lubrication on seismic faults: multiple coupling and feedback

Caggianelli, A.; de Lorenzo, S.; Prosser, G.
Modelling the heat pulses generated on a fault plane during coseismic slip: Inferences from the pseudotachylites of the Copanello cliffs (Calabria, Italy) (withdrawn)

Braeck, S; Podlachikov, Y
Spontaneous dissipation of elastic energy by self-localizing thermal runaway

Stunitz, H.; Keulen, N.; Heilbronner, R.
Rupture and gouge formation in fault zones - a two-stage process?

Georgieva, V.; Bachmann, R.; Oncken, O.
Seismic and aseismic deformation along large fault zones – an example from the base of the Silvretta crystalline, Engadine window, Central Alps (withdrawn)

Shimamoto, T.; Hirose, T.
Reproducing low to high-velocity fault motion in fluid-rich environments: An experimental challenge and preliminary results

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