Thomas M. Mitchell

Seismological Laboratory
University College London (United Kingdom)
Lecturer (assistant professor)

Expertise: Experimental Rock Deformation, Fluid flow, fault damage, earthquake field geology
About Me Publications
Mitchell, T. M. (2019, 08). What is a FZ? Spatial and temporal variations in crustal fault zone structure and associated properties. Oral Presentation at 2019 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 9922
Fletcher, J. M., Teran, O. J., Rockwell, T. K., Oskin, M. E., Hudnut, K. W., Spelz, R. M., Lacan, P., Dorsey, M. T., Ostermijer, G., Mitchell, T. M., Akciz, S. O., Hernandez-Flores, A. P., Hinojosa, A., Peña-Villa, I., & Lynch, D. K. (2019). An analysis of the factors that control fault zone architecture and the importance of fault orientation relative to regional stress. Geological Society of America Bulletin, (accepted). SCEC Contribution 10004
Dorsey, M. T., Rockwell, T. K., Girty, G. H., Ostermeijer, G., Mitchell, T. M., & Fletcher, J. M. (2017, 08). Evidence of Na- and Mg-rich Hydrothermal Brines Driving Chloritization and Albitization in an Active Fault Zone: Case Study of the Borrego Fault, Baja CA, Mexico. Poster Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7839

Last updated Jan 22, 2020.