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David A Lockner
David A Lockner
Research Scientist, US Geological Survey
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The role of acoustic emission in the study of rock fracture
D Lockner
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics …, 1993
14781993
Quasi-static fault growth and shear fracture energy in granite
DA Lockner, JD Byerlee, V Kuksenko, A Ponomarev, A Sidorin
Nature 350 (6313), 39-42, 1991
12201991
Frictional slip of granite at hydrothermal conditions
ML Blanpied, DA Lockner, JD Byerlee
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B7), 13045-13064, 1995
6651995
Nucleation and growth of faults in brittle rocks
Z Reches, DA Lockner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B9), 18159-18173, 1994
5851994
Observations of quasistatic fault growth from acoustic emissions
DA Lockner, JD Byerlee, V Kuksenko, A Ponomarev, A Sidorin
International geophysics 51, 3-31, 1992
4801992
The role of microcracking in shear-fracture propagation in granite
DE Moore, DA Lockner
Journal of structural geology 17 (1), 95-114, 1995
4741995
Fault stability inferred from granite sliding experiments at hydrothermal conditions
ML Blanpied, DA Lockner, JD Byerlee
Geophysical Research Letters 18 (4), 609-612, 1991
4431991
The effect of mineral bond strength and adsorbed water on fault gouge frictional strength
CA Morrow, DE Moore, DA Lockner
Geophysical research letters 27 (6), 815-818, 2000
4392000
Effect of clay content and mineralogy on frictional sliding behavior of simulated gouges: Binary and ternary mixtures of quartz, illite, and montmorillonite
S Tembe, DA Lockner, TF Wong
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B3), 2010
4332010
Low strength of deep San Andreas fault gouge from SAFOD core
DA Lockner, C Morrow, D Moore, S Hickman
Nature 472 (7341), 82-85, 2011
3932011
Rock failure
DA Lockner
Rock physics and phase relations: A handbook of physical constants 3, 127-147, 1995
3671995
Quantitative measure of the variation in fault rheology due to fluid‐rock interactions
ML Blanpied, CJ Marone, DA Lockner, JD Byerlee, DP King
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B5), 9691-9712, 1998
3421998
An earthquake mechanism based on rapid sealing of faults
ML Blanpied, DA Lockner, JD Byerlee
Nature 358 (6387), 574-576, 1992
3361992
Crystallographic controls on the frictional behavior of dry and water‐saturated sheet structure minerals
DE Moore, DA Lockner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B3), 2004
3242004
Fault weakening and earthquake instability by powder lubrication
Z Reches, DA Lockner
Nature 467 (7314), 452-455, 2010
3132010
Changes in seismic velocity and attenuation during deformation of granite
DA Lockner, JB Walsh, JD Byerlee
Journal of Geophysical Research 82 (33), 5374-5378, 1977
2991977
Strengths of serpentinite gouges at elevated temperatures
DE Moore, DA Lockner, S Ma, R Summers, JD Byerlee
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B7), 14787-14801, 1997
2541997
Why earthquakes correlate weakly with the solid Earth tides: Effects of periodic stress on the rate and probability of earthquake occurrence
NM Beeler, DA Lockner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B8), 2003
2442003
Pore fluid pressure, apparent friction, and Coulomb failure
NM Beeler, RW Simpson, SH Hickman, DA Lockner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B11), 25533-25542, 2000
2252000
Hydrofracture in Weber sandstone at high confining pressure and differential stress
D Lockner, JD Byerlee
Journal of Geophysical research 82 (14), 2018-2026, 1977
2231977
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