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Chris J. Marone

Pennsylvania State University

Expertise: Fault mechanics, Rock Physics, Friction, Earthquake Physics
About Me Publications
McLaskey, G. C., Cebry, S. B., Ke, C., Shreedharan, S., Marone, C. J., & Kammer, D. S. (2021, 08). Creep fronts and asperity interactions in laboratory earthquake sequences illuminate delayed earthquake triggering. Poster Presentation at 2021 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 11661
Li, Y., Vidale, J. E., Aki, K., Marone, C. J., & Lee, W. H. (1994). Fine Structure of the Landers Fault Zone; Segmentation and the Rupture Process. Science, 265(5170), 367-370. doi: 10.1126/science.265.5170.367. SCEC Contribution 129
Scott, D., Marone, C. J., & Sammis, C. G. (1994). The Apparent Friction of Granular Fault Gouge in Sheared Layers. Journal of Geophysical Research, 99(B4), 7231-7246. SCEC Contribution 102

Last updated Oct 26, 2021.