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Papers

Tullis, T. E., 1964, Variation in perthitic microcline from a zoned pegmatite: Jour. Minn. Acad. Sci., 32, 47-50.

Tullis, J. and Tullis, T. E., 1972, Preferred orientation of quartz produced by mechanical Dauphine twinning: thermodynamics and axial experiments in H. Heard et al., eds., Flow and Fracture of Rocks, Am. Geophys. Union Monograph 16, 67-82.

Tullis, T. E. and Wood, D. S., 1975, Correlation of finite strain from both reduction bodies and preferred orientation of mica in slate from Wales, Geol. Sci. Am. Bull., 86, 632-638.

Holeywell, R. C. and Tullis, T. E., 1975, Mineral reorientation and slaty cleavage in the Martinsburg Formation, Lehigh Gap, Pennsylvania, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 86, 1296-1304.

Tullis, T. E., 1976, Experiments on the origin of slaty cleavage and schistosity, Geol. Soc. Am Bull., 87, 745-753.

Tullis, T. E., 1976, Review of Structural Geology by Hobbs, Means and Williams, Earth Science Reviews, 13, 99-100.

Chapple, W. M. and Tullis, T. E., 1977, Evaluation of the forces that drive the plates, J. Geophys. Rev., 82, 1967-1984.

Tullis, T. E., 1977, Reflections on measurements of residual stress in rock, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 115, 57-68.

Sbar, M. L., Engelder, T. and Tullis, T. E., 1978, Near-surface in situ stress measurements along the 1857 break of the San Andreas Fault, in Stress and Strain Measurements Related to Earthquake Prediction, USGS Open File Report 79-370, 485-499.

Tullis, T. E., 1980, The use of mechanical twinning in minerals as a measure of shear stress magnitudes, J. Geophys. Res., 85, 6263-6268.

Shelton, G. L., Tullis, J. and Tullis, T. E., 1981, Experimental high temperature and high pressure faults, Geophys. Res. Lett., 8, 55-58.

Tullis, T. E., 1981, Stress measurements via shallow overcoring near the San Andreas Fault, Am. Geophys. Union Mon., 24, 199-213.

Tullis, T. E., and Tullis, J., 1984, Experimental rock deformation: history and influence on structural geology, in Revolution in the Earth Sciences, ed. S. J. Boardman, p. 1-11, Kendall, Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa.

Weeks, J. D. and Tullis, T. E., 1985, Frictional sliding of dolomite: A variation in constitutive behavior, J. Geophys. Res., 90, 7821-7826.

Blanpied, M. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1986, The stability and behavior of a frictional system with a two state variable constitutive law, Pure Applied Geophys., 124, 43-73.

Boland, J. N. and Tullis, T. E., 1986, Deformation behavior of wet and dry clinopyroxenite in the brittle to ductile transition region, Am. Geophys. Union Mon., 36, 35-49.

Tullis, T. E., 1986, Friction and faulting, Pure Applied Geophys., 124, 1-9.

Tullis, T. E. and Tullis, J., 1986, Experimental rock deformation techniques, Am. Geophys. Union Mon., 36, 297-324.

Tullis, T. E. and Weeks, J. D., 1986, Constitutive behavior and stability of frictional sliding of granite, Pure Applied Geophys., 124, 10-42.

Power, W. L., Tullis, T. E., Brown, S. R., Boitnott, G. N., and Scholz, C. H., 1987, Roughness of natural fault surfaces, Geophys. Res. Lett., 14, 29-32.

Blanpied, M. L., Tullis, T. E. and Weeks, J. D., 1987, Frictional behavior of granite at low and high sliding velocities, Geophys. Res. Lett., 14, 554-557.

Tullis, T. E., 1988, Rock friction constitutive behavior from laboratory experiments and its implications for an earthquake prediction field monitoring program, Pure Appl. Geophys., 126, 555-588.

Power, W. L., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1988, Roughness and wear during brittle faulting, J. Geophys. Res., 93, 15268-15278.

Lorenzetti, E. A. and Tullis, T. E., 1989, Geodetic predictions of a strike-slip fault model: implications for intermediate- and short-term earthquake prediction, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 12343-12361.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1989, The relationship between slickenside surfaces in fine-grained quartz and the seismic cycle, J. Structural Geology, 11, 879-893.

Yund, R. A., Blanpied, M. L., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1990, Observation and interpretation of microstructures in experimental fault gouges, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 15589-15602.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1991, Euclidean and fractal models for the description of rock surface roughness, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 415-424.

Reinen, L. A., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1991, The frictional behavior of serpentinite: implications for aseismic creep on shallow crustal faults, Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, 1921-1924.

Tullis, T. E., Horowitz, F. G., and Tullis, J., 1991, Flow laws of polyphase aggregates from end - member flow laws, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 8081-8096.

Reinen, L. A., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1992, Two mechanism model for frictional sliding of serpentinite, Geophys. Res. Lett., 19, 1535-1538.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., The contact between opposing fault surfaces at Dixie Valley, Nevada and implications for fault mechanics, J. Geophys. Res, 97, 15425-15435, 1992.

Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E. and Weeks, J. D., The roles of time and displacement in the evolution effect in rock friction, Geophys. Res. Lett., 21, 1987-1990, 1994.

Tullis, T. E., Predicting earthquakes and the mechanics of fault slip, Geotimes, 39, 19-21, 1994.

Reinen, L. A., Weeks., J. D., and Tullis, T. E., The frictional behavior of lizardite and antigorite serpentinites: Experiments, constitutive models, and implications for natural faults, Pure Applied Geophys, 143, 317-358, 1994.

Beeler, N. M., and Tullis, T. E., Implications of Coulomb plasticity for the velocity dependence of experimental faults, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 144, 251-276, 1995.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., A review of the fractal character of natural fault surfaces with implications for friction and the evolution of fault zones, in Fractals in The Earth Sciences, Paul Lapointe and Chris Barton, Eds., Plenum, New York, 89-105, 1995.

Stuart, W. D. and Tullis, T. E., Fault model for preseismic deformation at Parkfield, California, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 24079-24099, 1995.

Beeler, N. M, Tullis, T. E., Blanpied, M. L., and Weeks, J. D., Frictional behavior of large displacement experimental faults, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 8697-8715, 1996.

Beeler, N.M., Tullis, T.E., Self-healing slip pulses in dynamic rupture models due to velocity dependent strength, Bull. Seis. Soc. Am., 86, 1130-1148, 1996.

Tullis, T. E. Rock friction and its implications for earthquake prediction examined via models of Parkfield earthquakes, in Earthquake Prediction: the Scientific Challenge, ed. by Leon Knopoff, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93, 3803-3810, 1996.

Beeler, N. M., and Tullis, T. E., The roles of time and displacement in velocity-dependent volumetric strain of fault zones, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 22595-22909, 1997.

Tullis, T. E., Friction measurement apparatus, in Instruments of Science: An Historical Encyclopedia, Robert F. Bud and Deborah J. Warner, Eds., Garland, New York, 1997.

Blanpied, M. L., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., Effects of slip, slip rate, and shear heating on the friction of granite, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 489-511, 1998.

Scruggs, V. J., and Tullis, T.E., Correlation between velocity dependence of friction and strain localization in large displacement experiments on feldspar, muscovite and biotite gouge, Tectonophysics, 295, 15-40, 1998.

Zhang, Shuqing, and T.E. Tullis, The effect of fault slip on permeability and permeability anisotropy in quartz gouge, Tectonophysics, 295, 41-52 1998.

Costello, S., and T.E. Tullis, Can free oscillations trigger foreshocks that allow earthquake prediction?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 891-894, 1999.

Zhang, S., T.E. Tullis, and V.J. Scruggs, Permeability anisotropy and pressure dependency of permeability in experimentally sheared gouge materials, J. Structural Geol., 21, 795-806, 1999.

Tullis, T.E., Perspective - Deep slip rates on the San Andreas fault, Science, 285, 671-672, 1999.

Tullis, T.E. and Worthington, C., Ground-Penetrating Radar Study of the Petra Great Temple, Petra, Jordan, in Petra Great Temple, Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, ed. by Martha Sharp Joukowsky, 179-186, 1999.

Zhang, S., T.E. Tullis, and V.J. Scruggs, Implications of permeability and its anisotropy in a mica gouge for pore pressures in fault zones, Tectonophysics, The Hobbs Volume, in press, 2000.

 

Abstracts of Papers Presented at Meetings

Tullis, T. E., 1968, Experimentally produced preferred orientations in mica aggregates, Eos Trans. AGU, 49, 304.

Tullis, T. E., 1970, Preferred orientations of mica after high and low temperature deformations, Eos Trans. AGU, 51, 425.

Tullis, T. E., 1972, Evidence that lithospheric slabs act as anchors, Eos Trans. AGU, 53, 522.

Tullis, T. E. and Woods, D. S., 1972, The relationship between preferred orientation and finite strain for three slates, Geol. Soc. Am. Abstracts with Programs, 4, 694.

Tullis, T. E. and Chapple, W. M., 1973, What makes the plates go, Eos Trans. AGU, 54, 468.

Withjack, M. and Tullis, T. E., 1975, A single borehole complete stress tensor gage requiring no cement, Eos Trans. AGU, 56, 499.

Tullis, J., Yund, R. A. and Tullis, T. E., 1976, Experimental deformation of Westerly granite and a polycrystalline albite rock, Eos Trans. AGU, 57, 322.

Tullis, T. E., 1977, Stress measurements by shallow overcoring on the Palmdale uplift, Eos Trans. AGU, 588, 1122.

Giletti, B. J., Hickey, J. H., and Tullis, T. E., 1979, Oxygen diffusion in olivine under hydrous conditions, Eos Trans. AGU, 60, 370.

Hobbs, B. E. and Tullis, T. E., 1979, The influence of pressure on hydrolytic weakening of quartz, Eos Trans. AGU, 60, 370.

Tullis, T. E. and Horowitz, F., 1980, The strength of dry olivine, Eos Trans. AGU, 61, 375-376.

Shelton, G. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1980, Faulting at high temperature and pressure, Eos Trans. AGU, 61, 376.

Horowitz, F. G., Tullis, T. E., Kronenberg, A., Tullis, J., and Needleman, A., 1981, Finite element model of polyphase flow, Eos Trans. AGU, 62, 396.

Weeks, J. and Tullis, T. E., 1982, Velocity dependence of rock friction at large displacement, Eos Trans. AGU, 63, 441.

Tullis, T. E., 1982, Mechanics and processes of deformation, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 14, 634.

Bechtel, T. D., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1983, Observations of experimentally produced fault gouge, Eos Trans. AGU, 64, 834.

Tullis, T. E., Weeks, J. D., and Bechtel, T. D., 1983, Inverse dependence of frictional resistance on sliding velocity at elevated normal stress, Eos Trans. AGU, 64, 850.

Weeks, J. and Tullis, T. E., 1983, Increase in frictional strength of granite during static contact, Eos Trans. AGU, 64, 317.

Weeks, J. D., Tullis, T. E., and Bechtel, T. D., 1983, Nonlinear instability effects in experiments on rock friction, Eos Trans. AGU, 64, 850.

Blanpied, M., Tullis, T. E. and Weeks, J. D., 1984, Stability and behavior of frictional sliding with a two state variable constitutive law, Eos Trans. AGU, 65, 1077.

Weeks, J. D. and Tullis, T. E., 1984, Frictional behavior of dolomite, Eos Trans. AGU, 65, 1077.

Blanpied, M. L., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1986, Frictional behavior of granite at high slip velocity, Eos Trans. AGU, 67, 1186.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1986, The roughness of natural fault surfaces, Eos Trans. AGU, 67, 1187.

Tullis, T. E., 1986, The relation between surface roughness of laboratory samples and decay distances of friction constitutive laws, Eos Trans. AGU, 67, 1187.

Lorenzetti, E. A., Blanpied, M. L., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1987, Velocity dependence of quartz frictional constitutive behavior, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 405.

Tullis, T. E. and Weeks, J. D., 1987, Micromechanics of frictional resistance of calcite, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 405.

Yund, R. A., Tullis, T. E., Weeks, J. D., and Blanpied, M. L., 1987, Microstructures in experimental fault gouges, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 405.

Tullis, T. E., Progress and problems in understanding rock friction, 1987, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 1448.

Tullis, T. E. and Power, W. L., 1987, Matedness of fault surfaces, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 1471.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1987, Roughness and wear on fault surfaces, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 1478.

Blanpied, M. L., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1987, Contrasting velocity dependence of granite friction: Initially bare surfaces vs. simulated gouge, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 1478.

Lorenzetti, E. A. and Tullis, T. E., 1987, Sensitivity of geodetic predictions of a strike-slip fault model to variations in friction constitutive parameter, Eos Trans. AGU, 68, 1242.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1988, Fractal character of natural fault surface roughness: implications for gouge formation and fault zone evolution, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 20, A299.

Power, W. L. and Tullis, T. E., 1988, Relationship between spectral and divider methods for description of the fractal character of rock surface roughness, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 20, A403.

Weeks, J. D., Reinen, L. A., Tullis, T. E., and Blanpied, M. L., 1988, Friction constitutive behavior of serpentinite, Eos Trans. AGU, 69, 1463.

Blanpied, M. L., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1988, Textural and mechanical evolution of granite gouge in high-displacement sliding experiments, Eos Trans. AGU, 69, 1463.

Lorenzetti, E. A. and Tullis, T. E., 1988, Ground deformation accompanying earthquake cycles predicted by realistic models of strike-slip faulting, Eos Trans. AGU, 69, 1424.

Tullis, T. E., 1989, Development of preferred orientation due to anisotropic dissolution/growth rates during solution-transfer creep, Eos Trans. AGU, 70, 457-458.

Tullis, T. E., Blanpied, M. L., and Weeks, J. D., 1989, The velocity dependence of granite friction with and without simulated gouge, Eos Trans. AGU, 70, 1302-1303.

Blanpied, M. L., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1989, Effects of sliding rate and shear heating on the velocity dependence of granite friction, Eos Trans. AGU, 70, 1303.

Tullis, T. E., 1989, Strain and Geodetic Changes Predicted from Fault Models that use Laboratory based Constitutive Laws, NSF/USGS Workshop on Crustal Deformation Measurement and Earthquake Mechanics

Reinen, L. A., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1990, The effect of normal stress and sliding velocity on the frictional behavior of serpentinite, Eos Trans. AGU, 71, 1579.

Weeks, J. D., Beeler, N.M., Tullis, T. E., and Reinen, L. A., 1990, Velocity dependence of frictional behavior of simulated granite gouge to large displacement, Eos Trans. AGU, 71, 1578-1579.

Tullis, T. E., Stuart, W. D., and Simpson, R. W., 1990, Instability model for Parkfield earthquakes, including the effect of New Idria, Coalinga and Kettleman Hills Events, Eos Trans. AGU, 71, 1632.

Beeler, N. M., Weeks, J. D., Reinen, L. A., and Tullis, T. E., 1991, Modeling velocity step and stress relaxation/reload data using frictional constitutive laws, Eos Trans. AGU, 72, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 325.

Reinen, L. A., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1991, Changing constitutive behavior of antigorite serpentinite, Eos Trans. AGU, 72, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 457.

Tullis, T. E., 1991, The ‘wire brush' model, an alternative to contact area diameter for explaining characteristic distances in frictional sliding, Eos Trans. AGU, 72, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 325.

Weeks, J. D., Beeler, N. M., and Tullis, T. E., 1991, Frictional behavior: glass is like a rock, Eos Trans., AGU, 72, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 457-458.

Reinen, L. A., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E.,1992, Interaction of two mechanisms during frictional sliding of serpentine, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Spring Meeting Abs.Supp., 310.

Reinen, L. A., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E.,1992, Velocity dependence of serpentinite friction promotes aseismic slip on faults, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 24, A323.

Tullis, T. E., Beeler, N. M., and Weeks, J. D., 1992, Frictional healing of dynamic earthquake rupture, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 388.

Park, S. K., Eberhart-Phillips, D., Jackens, R. C., Michael, A. J., Roeloffs, E. Simpson., R. W., Wentworth, C. M., Foxall, W., Malin, P. E., and Tullis, T. E., 1992, Three-dimensional integration of diverse geophysical models at Parkfield using a geographic information system, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 396.

Tullis, T. E. and Stuart, W. D., 1992, Premonitory changes prior to a model Parkfield earthquake, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 397.

Stuart, W. D. and Tullis, T. E., 1992, Instability model for repeated Parkfield Mw = 6 earthquakes, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 406-407.

Beeler, N. M., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E.,1992, Evolution of velocity dependence of granite with displacement, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 511.

Reinen, L. A., Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E.,1992, Comparison of the frictional constitutive behavior of antigorite and lizardite serpentine polymorphs, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 511.

Reinen, L. A., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D.,1992, The frictional behavior of serpentine: implications for aseismic slip on oceanic transform faults, Eos Trans. AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 550.

Weeks, J. D., and Tullis, T. E., 1992, High-resolution measurement of displacement in rock friction experiments, Eos Trans., AGU, 73, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 565.

Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E. and Weeks, J. D., 1993, The contribution of simulated gouge to the velocity dependence of experimental granite faults, Eos Trans. AGU, Spring Meeting Supplement, 74, 296.

Tullis, T. E., Beeler, N. M. and Weeks, J. D., 1993, The nature of the evolution effect in rock friction, Eos Trans. AGU, Spring Meeting Supplement, 74, 296.

Tullis, T. E., 1993, The difficulty of determining whether slip on an ancient fault was seismic or not, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 25, A114.

Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E.and Weeks, J. D., 1993, Strength, stability and textures of experimental granite faults, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 25, A281.

Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E., Weeks, J. D., and Reinen, L. A., 1993, Determination of constitutive parameters of frictional velocity dependence from stress-relaxation tests, Eos Trans. AGU, 74, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 589.

Reinen, L. A., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1993, A mechanism for weak, creeping faults, Eos Trans. AGU, 74, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 589.

Scruggs, V. J., Tullis, T. E., Weeks, J. D. and Beeler, N. M., 1993, The role of water in the evolution effect: a comparison between muscovite mica and talc, Eos Trans. AGU, 74, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 590.

Tullis, T.E. and Stuart, W.D., 1993, The beginning of earthquake rupture in Parkfield models, Eos Trans. AGU, 74, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 589.

Tullis, T. E., Beeler, N. M., and Weeks, J. D., 1993, The effects of pore fluid chemistry on the friction evolution effect, Eos Trans. AGU, 74, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 589.

Tullis, T. E., 1994, What determines the maximum depth of crustal earthquakes and what are the implications of this for the strength of the crust?, Eos Trans. AGU, 75, Spring Meeting Abs. Supp., 328.

Tullis, T. E., 1994, The implications of microhardness measurements of quartz for the friction evolution effect, Eos Trans. AGU, 75, Spring Meeting Abs. Supp., 328.

Tullis, T. E., Cooper, C., Sanford, D., and Lochhead, A., 1994, The influence of fluid chemistry on nanoindentation of quartz: relevance for the friction evolution effect, Eos Trans. AGU, 75, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 443.

Scruggs, V., Beeler, N. M., Tullis, T. E., and Weeks, J. D., 1994, Frictional behavior of feldspar, quartz and mica as components in granite, Eos Trans. AGU, 75, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 443.

Beeler, N. M., and Tullis, T. E., 1994, Is the "direct effect" in rock friction due to dilation?, Eos Trans. AGU, 75, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 443.

Reinen, L. A., and Tullis, T. E., 1995, Microstructural evidence of strain localization and distributed strain in serpentine friction experiments, Eos Trans. AGU, 76, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 560.

Scruggs, V. J., and Tullis, T. E., 1995, Localization and mechanical behavior correlation in the frictional deformation of feldspar and mica gouges, Eos Trans. AGU, 76, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 560.

Zhang, S. and Tullis, T. E., Large decreases in porosity and permeability during shearing of Fontainebleau sandstone and coarse quartz aggregates, Eos Trans. AGU, 77, Spring Meeting Abs. Supp., S264-S265, 1996.

Zhang, S. and Tullis, T. E., Effect of the nature of silica surface on the time-dependent frictional behavior of quartz aggregates, Eos Trans. AGU, 77, Spring Meeting Abs. Supp., S265, 1996.

Scruggs, V. J., Zhang, S., Tullis, T. E., The development of shear textures and the effect on fluid permeability in experimental fault gouge, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts with Programs, 28, 1996.

Scruggs, V. J. and Tullis, T. E., Two-mechanism model of friction for biotite and muscovite, Eos Trans. AGU, 77, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 1996.

Zhang, S., Tullis, T. E., and Scruggs, V. J., Implications of permeability and its anisotropy in a mica gouge for pore pressures in fault zones, Eos Trans. AGU, 77, Fall Meeting Abs. Supp., 1996.

Tullis, T.E. and D.L. Goldsby, Shear heating induced pressurization of pore fluid as a dynamic fault weakening mechanism, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 78, 472, 1997.

Worthington, C., N. M. Beeler, and T.E. Tullis, Stress-dilatancy relationships during frictional sliding, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 78, 475, 1997.

Costello, S.W. and T.E. Tullis, Investigation of a proposed earthquake prediction method that envisions foreshock triggering by free oscillations, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 78, 490, 1997.

Zhang, S., T.E. Tullis, and V.J. Scruggs, Effects of fault slip and fluid pressure on permeability and its anisotropy in artificial fault gouges, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 78, 732, 1997.

Scruggs, V.J., T.E. Tullis, S. Zhang, and J.D. Fitzgerald, The frictional behavior of granitic gouge under high pressure, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 78, 732, 1997.

Goldsby, D.L., and T.E. Tullis, Experimental observations of frictional weakening during large and rapid slip, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 79, F610, 1998.

Costello, S.W., and T.E. Tullis, Velocity dependence of friction in fault gouge at large displacements, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 79, F641, 1998.

Goldsby, D.L., and T.E. Tullis, Dramatic reduction in friction of quartz at rapid but subseismic slip rates, Seis. Res. Lett. 70, 247, 1999.

Goldsby, D.L., and T.E. Tullis, Extraordinary frictional weakening at rapid but subseismic slip rates, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 80, F728, 1999.

Tullis, T.E., Shear localization, slip- and velocity-weakening, and earthquake slip: expectations for faults from laboratory friction experiments and measurements of natural fault roughness, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 80, F728, 1999.

Tullis, T.E. , J. Salmon, N Kato, and M Warren, The application of fast multipole methods to increase the efficiency of a single-fault numerical earthquake model, Eos. Trans. Am. Geophys, Union, Fall Meeting Suppl., 80, F924, 1999.

Kato, N. and T. E. Tullis, A composite rate- and state-dependent law for rock friction, Geophys. Res. Lett., submitted, 2000.

 

Papers in Preparation

Bristol, D., Tullis, J., and Tullis, T. E., Low-grade folding of a conglomerate layer by distributed faulting: strain history deduced from pressure solution fibers, Tectonophysics.

Scruggs. V. J., and T. E. Tullis, Friction of bare albite surfaces: comparison to granite, J. Geophys. Res.

Scruggs. V. J., and T. E. Tullis, Frictional behavior of muscovite, talc and biotite: a comparative study, Pure Appl. Geophys.

Scruggs, V. J, and Tullis, T.E., Evolution of friction and velocity dependence with large displacement in albite gouge faults: comparison with granite gouge faults, J. Geophys. Res.

Tullis, T. E., The relation between surface roughness of laboratory samples and decay distances of friction constitutive laws, J. Geophys. Res.

Tullis, T. E., Implications of the role of pH for the origin of the evolution effect in rock friction, Geophys. Res. Lett.

Tullis, T. E., The implications of nanoindentation of quartz for the friction evolution effect, Geophys. Res. Lett.

Tullis, T. E., The process responsible for the direct effect in friction of calcite, Geophys. Res. Lett.

Goldsby, D.L. and T. E. Tullis, Low strength during rapid frictional slip on laboratory faults in rock, Geophys. Res., Lett.