Stephen Martel
Stephen Martel
Professor of Geology and Geophysics, University of Hawaii
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Slip distributions on faults: effects of stress gradients, inelastic deformation, heterogeneous host-rock stiffness, and fault interaction
R Bürgmann, DD Pollard, SJ Martel
Journal of Structural Geology 16 (12), 1675-1690, 1994
Development of simple strike-slip fault zones, Mount Abbot quadrangle, Sierra Nevada, California
SJ Martel, DD Pollard, P Segall
Geological Society of America Bulletin 100 (9), 1451-1465, 1988
Geophysical imaging reveals topographic stress control of bedrock weathering
JS Clair, S Moon, WS Holbrook, JT Perron, CS Riebe, SJ Martel, B Carr, ...
Science 350 (6260), 534-538, 2015
Formation of compound strike-slip fault zones, Mount Abbot quadrangle, California
SJ Martel
Journal of Structural Geology 12 (7), 869-882, 1990
Mechanics of slip and fracture along small faults and simple strike‐slip fault zones in granitic rock
SJ Martel, DD Pollard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B7), 9417-9428, 1989
Pit crater formation on Kilauea volcano, Hawaii.
CH Okubo, SJ Martel
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 86 (1-4), 1-18, 1998
Mechanics of landslide initiation as a shear fracture phenomenon
SJ Martel
Marine Geology 203 (3-4), 319-339, 2004
Geometry and mechanics of secondary fracturing around small three‐dimensional faults in granitic rock
SJ Martel, WA Boger
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B9), 21299-21314, 1998
Reverse and normal drag along a fault
B Grasemann, S Martel, C Passchier
Journal of Structural Geology 27 (6), 999-1010, 2005
Effects of volcano loading on dike propagation in an elastic half‐space
JR Muller, G Ito, SJ Martel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B6), 11101-11113, 2001
Progressive failure of sheeted rock slopes: the 2009–2010 Rhombus Wall rock falls in Yosemite Valley, California, USA
GM Stock, SJ Martel, BD Collins, EL Harp
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (5), 546-561, 2012
Effects of cohesive zones on small faults and implications for secondary fracturing and fault trace geometry
SJ Martel
Journal of Structural Geology 19 (6), 835-847, 1997
Effect of topographic curvature on near‐surface stresses and application to sheeting joints
SJ Martel
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (1), 2006
Formation of joints in cooling plutons
S Bergbauer, SJ Martel
Journal of Structural Geology 21 (7), 821-835, 1999
The internal structure of fault zones in basaltic sequences
M Holland, JL Urai, S Martel
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248 (1-2), 301-315, 2006
Late Cretaceous age of fractures in the Sierra Nevada batholith, California
P Segall, EH McKee, SJ Martel, BD Turrin
Geology 18 (12), 1248-1251, 1990
An inverse approach to the construction of fracture hydrology models conditioned by geophysical data: An example from the validation exercises at the Stripa Mine
JCS Long, K Karasaki, A Davey, J Peterson, M Landsfeld, J Kemeny, ...
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics …, 1991
Focusing of magma in the upper mantle through dike interaction
G Ito, SJ Martel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 107 (B10), ECV 6-1-ECV 6-17, 2002
An inverse technique for developing models for fluid flow in fracture systems using simulated annealing
AD Mauldon, K Karasaki, SJ Martel, JCS Long, M Landsfeld, A Mensch, ...
Water Resources Research 29 (11), 3775-3789, 1993
A two-dimensional boundary element method for calculating elastic gravitational stresses in slopes
SJ Martel, JR Muller
Pure and Applied Geophysics 157 (6), 989-1007, 2000
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