Thomas M Mitchell
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The nature and origin of off-fault damage surrounding strike-slip fault zones with a wide range of displacements: A field study from the Atacama fault system, northern Chile
TM Mitchell, DR Faulkner
Journal of Structural Geology 31 (8), 802-816, 2009
Slip on'weak'faults by the rotation of regional stress in the fracture damage zone
DR Faulkner, TM Mitchell, D Healy, MJ Heap
Nature 444 (7121), 922-925, 2006
Experimental measurements of permeability evolution during triaxial compression of initially intact crystalline rocks and implications for fluid flow in fault zones
TM Mitchell, DR Faulkner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B11), 2008
Scaling of fault damage zones with displacement and the implications for fault growth processes
DR Faulkner, TM Mitchell, E Jensen, J Cembrano
Journal of Geophysical Research 116 (B5), B05403, 2011
Stuck in the mud? Earthquake nucleation and propagation through accretionary forearcs
DR Faulkner, TM Mitchell, J Behnsen, T Hirose, T Shimamoto
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (18), L18303, 2011
Pulverized fault rocks and damage asymmetry along the Arima-Takatsuki Tectonic Line, Japan
TM Mitchell, Y Ben-Zion, T Shimamoto
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 308 (3-4), 284-297, 2011
Towards quantifying the matrix permeability of fault damage zones in low porosity rocks
TM Mitchell, DR Faulkner
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 339, 24-31, 2012
Fault lubrication and earthquake propagation in thermally unstable rocks
N De Paola, T Hirose, T Mitchell, G Di Toro, C Viti, T Shimamoto
Geology 39 (1), 35-38, 2011
On the structure and mechanical properties of large strike-slip faults
DR Faulkner, TM Mitchell, EH Rutter, J Cembrano
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 299 (1), 139-150, 2008
Damage and seismic velocity structure of pulverized rocks near the San Andreas Fault
M Rempe, T Mitchell, J Renner, S Nippress, Y Ben‐Zion, T Rockwell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118 (6), 2813-2831, 2013
Quantifying the anisotropy and tortuosity of permeable pathways in clay-rich mudstones using models based on X-ray tomography
NR Backeberg, F Iacoviello, M Rittner, TM Mitchell, AP Jones, R Day, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
Dynamic fracturing by successive coseismic loadings leads to pulverization in active fault zones
FM Aben, ML Doan, TM Mitchell, R Toussaint, T Reuschlé, M Fondriest, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (4), 2338-2360, 2016
Dynamic weakening of serpentinite gouges and bare surfaces at seismic slip rates
BP Proctor, TM Mitchell, G Hirth, D Goldsby, F Zorzi, JD Platt, G Di Toro
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (11), 8107-8131, 2014
Acoustic characterization of crack damage evolution in sandstone deformed under conventional and true triaxial loading
J Browning, PG Meredith, CE Stuart, D Healy, S Harland, TM Mitchell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (6), 4395-4412, 2017
Catastrophic emplacement of giant landslides aided by thermal decomposition: Heart Mountain, Wyoming
TM Mitchell, SAF Smith, MH Anders, G Di Toro, S Nielsen, A Cavallo, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 411, 199-207, 2015
Fault reactivation by fluid injection: controls from stress state and injection rate
FX Passelègue, N Brantut, TM Mitchell
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (23), 12,837-12,846, 2018
Polymodal faulting: Time for a new angle on shear failure
D Healy, TG Blenkinsop, NE Timms, PG Meredith, TM Mitchell, ML Cooke
Journal of Structural Geology 80, 57-71, 2015
Fault welding by pseudotachylyte formation
TM Mitchell, V Toy, G Di Toro, J Renner, RH Sibson
Geology 44 (12), 1059-1062, 2016
The structure of an exhumed intraplate seismogenic fault in crystalline basement
SAF Smith, A Bistacchi, TM Mitchell, S Mittempergher, G Di Toro
Tectonophysics 599, 29-44, 2013
Experimental generation of volcanic pseudotachylites: constraining rheology
Y Lavallée, TM Mitchell, MJ Heap, J Vasseur, KU Hess, T Hirose, ...
Journal of Structural Geology, 2012
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