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Properties and Processes of Crustal Fault Zones
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Introduction by Ben-Zion, Y. and A. Rovelli.- Earthquake Rupturing in Fluid-Overpressured Crust: How Common? by Sibson, R..- Wet fault or dry fault? A laboratory approach to monitor at distance the hydromechanical state of a discontinuity using controlled source seismic by Place, J., O. Blake, A. Rietbrock and D. Faulkner.-Formation and suppression of strike-slip fault systems by Curren I. S. and P. Bird.- A statistical framework for calculating and assessing compositional linear trends within fault zones: A case study of the NE block of the Clark segment, San Jacinto fault, California, USA by Rockwell, B. G., G. H. Girty and T. K. Rockwell.- Interseismic strain localization in the San Jacinto fault zone by Lindsey, E. O. V. J. Sahakian, Y. Fialko, Y. Bock, S. Barbot and T. K. Rockwell.- Large earthquake hazard of the San Jacinto fault zone, CA, from long record of simulated seismicity assimilating the available instrumental and paleoseismic data by Zoeller, G. and Y. Ben-Zion).- Imaging faults and shear zones using receiver functions by Schulte-Pelkum, V. and K. H. Mahan.- Seismic imaging of a bimaterial interface along the Hayward fault, CA, with fault zone head waves and direct P arrivals by Allam, A. A., Y. Ben-Zion and Z. Peng.- Joint Inversion of Body-Wave Arrival Times and Surface-Wave Dispersion for Three-Dimensional Seismic Structure Around SAFOD by Zhang, H., M. Maceira, P. Roux, and C. Thurber.- What Do Data Used to Develop Ground-Motion Prediction Equations Tell Us About Motions Near Faults? by Boore, D. M..- Ground Motion Prediction Equations in the San Jacinto Fault Zone - Significant Effects of Rupture Directivity and Fault Zone Amplification by Kurzon, I., F.L. Vernon, Y. Ben-Zion and G. Atkinson.- Wavefield polarization in fault zones of the western flank of Mt. Etna: observations and fracture orientation modeling by Panzera, F., M. Pischiutta, G. Lombardo, C. Monaco, A. Rovelli.- A continuum damage-breakage faulting model accounting for solid-granular transitions by Lyakhovsky, V. and Y. Ben-Zion.- Evolution of wear and friction along experimental faults by Boneh, Y., J. Chang, D.A., Lockner and Z. Reches.- Fault wear by damage evolution during steady-state slip by Lyakhovsky, V., A. Sagy, Y. Boneh and Z. Reches.- The Fluid Dynamics of Solid Mechanical Shear Zones by Veveakis, N. and K. Regenauer-Lieb.

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