Faulting, friction, and earthquake mechanics, Part 2
Chris J. Marone, Michael L. Blanpied
Birkhäuser Verlag, 1994 - Nature - 511 pages
"Reprint from Pure and applied geophysics (PAGEOPH), volume 142 (1994), no. 3/4"--Pt. 1, t.p. verso.
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Grain size and chemical controls on the ductile properties of mostly fric
Simulation of the frictional stickslip instability P Mora and D Place
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