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Paul Segall

Department of Geophysics
Stanford University
Professor

Expertise: Crustal Deformation, Fault Mechanics
 
 
About Me Publications
Cattania, C., Segall, P., & Hainzl, S. (2017, 08). Slip partitioning and scaling relations of repeating earthquakes on rate-state faults. Poster Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7818
Bruhat, L., & Segall, P. (2017, 08). Can deformation rates across the Carrizo Plain segment of the San Andreas Fault be explained by vertical migration of the locked to-creeping transition? . Poster Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7456
Cattania, C., & Segall, P. (2016, 08). Earthquake cycles on rate-state faults: how does recurrence interval and its variability depend on fault length?. Poster Presentation at 2016 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6869
Bruhat, L., & Segall, P. (2016, 07). Using deformation rates in Northern Cascadia to constrain time-dependent stress- and slip-rate on the megathrust. Poster Presentation at 2016 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6371
Segall, P., & Bruhat, L. (2016). Coupling on the northern Cascadia subduction zone from geodetic measurements and physics-based models. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 121(11), 8297-8314. doi: 10.1002/2016JB013267. SCEC Contribution 7173
Schmitt, S. V., Segall, P., & Dunham, E. M. (2015). Nucleation and dynamic rupture on weakly stressed faults sustained by thermal pressurization. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 120(11), 7606-7640. doi: 10.1002/2015JB012322. SCEC Contribution 6005
Segall, P., & Bradley, A. M. (2012). The role of thermal pressurization and dilatancy in controlling the rate of fault slip. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 79 (3). doi: 10.1115/1.4005896. SCEC Contribution 1550
Schmitt, S. V., Segall, P., & Matsuzawa, T. (2011). Shear heatinginduced thermal pressurization during earthquake nucleation on planar faults. Journal of Geophysical Research,. doi: 10.1029/2010JB008035. SCEC Contribution 1373
Segall, P., Rubin, A. M., Bradley, A. M., & Rice, J. R. (2010). Dilatant Strengthening as a Mechanism for Slow Slip Events. Journal of Geophysical Research, 115, B12305 (37 pages). doi: 10.1029/2010JB007449. SCEC Contribution 1362
Ohtani, R., McGuire, J. J., & Segall, P. (2010). The Network Strain Filter - A New Tool for Monitoring and Detecting Transient Deformation Signals in GPS Arrays. Journal of Geophysical Research,. doi: 10.1029/2009JB007102. SCEC Contribution 1332
Tullis, T. E., Bürgmann, R., Cocco, M., Hirth, G. H., King, G. C., Oncken, O., Otsuki, K., Rice, J. R., Rubin, A. M., Segall, P., Shapiro, S., & Wibberley, C. A. (2007). Group Report: Rheology of Fault Rocks and Their Surroundings. In M. Handy, G. H. Hirth, & N. Hovius (Eds.), Tectonic Faults: Agents of Change on a Dynamic Earth, (, pp. 183-204) Cambridge, USA: MIT Press SCEC Contribution 1392
Tullis, T. E., Bürgmann, R., Cocco, M., Hirth, G. H., King, G. C., Oncken, O., Otsuki, K., Rice, J. R., Rubin, A. M., Segall, P., Shapiro, S., & Wibberley, C. A. (2007). Rheology of fault rocks and their surroundings. Cambridge, USA: MIT Press. SCEC Contribution 1054
Johnson, K. M., & Segall, P. (2004). Viscoelastic earthquake cycle models with deep stress-driven creep along the San Andreas fault system. Journal of Geophysical Research, 109(B10403). doi: 10.1029/2004JB003096. SCEC Contribution 775
Segall, P., & Rice, J. R. (1995). Dilatancy, Compaction and Slip Instability of a Fluid Infiltrated Fault. Journal of Geophysical Research, 100(B11), 22155-22171. doi: 10.1029/95JB02403. SCEC Contribution 270

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