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Terry E. Tullis

Dept Earth, Env, Planet Sci
Brown University
Professor

Expertise: Experimental Rock Deformation / Earthquake modeling
 
 
About Me Publications
Badt, N. Z., Tullis, T. E., & Hirth, G. (2017, 08). Experimental Study of Thermal Pressurization Weakening and the Role of Fault Roughness. Poster Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7712
Tullis, T. E. (2016, 08). Progress Report on Addition of a High-Speed Drive to High-Pressure, Rotary-Shear Apparatus. Poster Presentation at 2016 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6782
Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E., & Hirth, G. H. (2015). On the depth extent of co-seismic rupture. Bulletin of the seismological society of america, (in preparation). SCEC Contribution 6163
Tullis, T. E. (2014). Friction of Rock at Earthquake Slip Rates, (submitted). SCEC Contribution 1916
Barall, M., & Tullis, T. E. (2016). The Performance of Triangular Fault Elements in Earthquake Simulators. Seismological Research Letters, 87(1), 164-170. SCEC Contribution 6015
Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E., Junger, J., Kilgore, B. D., & Goldsby, D. L. (2014). Laboratory constraints on models of earthquake recurrence. Journal of Geophysical Research, 119, 8770–8791. SCEC Contribution 1811
Tullis, T. E., Richards-Dinger, K. B., Barall, M., Dieterich, J. H., Field, E. H., Heien, E. M., Kellogg, L. H., Pollitz, F. F., Rundle, J. B., Sachs, M. K., Turcotte, D. L., Ward, S. N., & Burak Yikilmax, M. (2012). A Comparison among Observations and Earthquake Simulator Results for the allcal2 California Fault Model. Seismological Research Letters, 83(6), 994-1006. doi: 10.1785/0220120094. SCEC Contribution 6246
Tullis, T. E. (2012). Preface to the Focused Issue on Earthquake Simulators. Seismological Research Letters, 83(6), 957-958. doi: 10.1785/0220120122. SCEC Contribution 1658
Goldsby, D. L., & Tullis, T. E. (2011). Flash heating leads to low strength of crustal rocks at earthquake slip rates. Science, 334, 216-218. doi: 10.1126/science.1207902. SCEC Contribution 1621
Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E., & Goldsby, D. L. (2008). Constitutive relationships and physical basis of fault strength due to flash heating. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(B01401). doi: 10.1029/2007JB004988. SCEC Contribution 1023
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
Tullis, T. E. (2007). Friction of Rock at Earthquake Slip Rates. Oxford, : Elsevier. SCEC Contribution 1053
Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E., Kronenberg, A., & Reinen, L. (2007). The instantaneous rate dependence in low temperature laboratory rock friction and rock deformation experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112(B07310). doi: 10.1029/2005JB003772. SCEC Contribution 1020

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