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59. Rowe, C. D., Agius, M., Convers, J., Funning, G., Galasso, C., Hicks, S., Huynh, T., Lange, J., Lecocq, T., Mark, H., Okuwaki, R., Ragon, T., Rychert, C., Teplitzky, S., and van den Ende, M. (2022) The launch of Seismica: a seismic shift in publishing. Seismica v. 1 seismica.v1i1.255

58. *Young, E. Y., Rowe, C. D. and Kirkpatrick, J. D. (2002) Shear zone evolution and the path of earthquake rupture. Solid Earth 13 1607-1629

57. *Harrichhausen, N., Rowe, C. D., Board, W. and Greig, C., (submitted) Role of colloidal transport in the formation of a high- grade gold deposit.

56. *Williams, R. T., Rowe, C. D., Okamoto, K., Savage, H. M., *Eves, E. (2021) How fault rocks form and mature in the shallow San Andreas Fault. G-cubed

55. *Phillips, N. J., Motohashi, G., Ujiie, K., and Rowe, C. D. (2020) Evidence of localized failure along altered basaltic blocks at the updip limit of the seismogenic zone: Implications for the shallow slow earthquake source. G-cubed v. 21, n. 7, e2019GC008839

54. *Phillips, N. J., Belzer,B., French, M. E., Rowe, C. D. and Ujiie, K. (2020) Frictional strengths of subduction thrust rocks in the region of shallow slow earthquakes. Journal of Geophysical Research v. 125 n. 3

53. Rabinowitz, H. S., Savage, H. M., Polissar, P. J., Rowe, C. D. and Kirkpatrick, J. D. (2020) Multiple shallow seismic faults in the region of the 2011 Tohoku-oki Earthquake. Nature Communications v. 11, n. 53 Open Access Link

52. Brodsky, E. E., Mori, J. J., Anderson, L., Chester, F. M., Conin, M., Dunham, E. M., Eguchi, N., Fulton, P. M., Hino, R., Hirose, T., Ikari, M. J., Ishikawa, T., Jeppson, T., Kano, Y., Kirkpatrick, J. D., Kodaira, S., Lin, W., Nakamura, Y., Rabinowitz, H. S., Regalla, C., Remitti, F., Rowe, C. D., Saffer, D. M., Saito, S., Sample, J., Sanada, Y., Savage, H. M., Sun, T., Toczko, S., Ujiie, K., Wolfson-Schwehr, M., and Yang, T. (2020) The state of stress on the fault before, during, and after a major earthquake. Annual Reviews in Earth and Planetary Science v. 48,

51. *Phillips, N. J., Rowe, C. D. and Ujiie, K., (2019) For how long are pseudotachylytes strong? An example of reworked, basalt-hosted pseudotachylytes from a shallow subduction complex. Earth and Planetary Science Letters v. 518, 108-115

50. Coffey, G., Savage, H. M., Rowe, C. D. and Rabinowitz, H. (2019) Hot on the Trail: Organic thermal maturity and the search for coseismic heating in the Muddy Mountain Fault Zone. Journal of Structural Geology v. 120, 67-79

49. Rowe, C. D., *Lamothe, K., *Rempe, M., Andrews, M., Mitchell, T. M., Di Toro, G., and White, J. C. (2019) Earthquake lubrication and healing explained by amorphous nanosilica. Nature Communications v. 10:320 Open Access Link

48. Rowe, C. D., *C. H. Ross, M. T. Swanson, S. Pollock, *N. Backeberg, *N. A. Barshi, *C. E. Bate, *S. Carruthers, *S. Coulson, *K. Daschier-Cousineau, *N. Harrichhausen, *A. F. Pena Castro, *H. Nisbet, *P. Rakoczy, *J. Scibek, *H. Smith, *M. S. Tarling, *A. Timofeev, and *E. Young (2018) Geometric complexity of earthquake rupture surfaces preserved in pseudotachylyte networks.Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth v. 123

47. Boggs, K. J. E., Aster, R. C., Audet, P., Brunet, G., Clowes, R. M., de Groot-Hedlin, C. D., Donovan, E., Eaton, D. W., Elliott, J., Freymueller, J. T., Hedlin, M. A. H., Hyndman, R. D., James, T. S., Kushner, P. J., Morell, K. D., Rowe, C. D., Schutt, D. L., Sideris, M. G., Ulmi, M., Vernon, F. L., and West, N. (2018) EON-ROSE and the Canadian Cordillera Array - Building bridges to span Earth System Science in Canada. Geoscience Canada v. 45, n. 2, 97-109

46. Regalla, C. A., Rowe, C. D., *Harrichhausen, N., *Tarling, M., and *Singh, J. (2018) Styles of underplating in the Marin Headlands Terrane, Franciscan Complex, California. in Byrne, Underwood, Fisher, McNeill, Saffer, Ujiie, and Yamaguchi, eds. Geology and Tectonics of Subduction Zones: A Tribute to Gaku Kimura. Geological Society of America Special Paper 534, 19 p. download

45. *Melosh, B. L., Rowe, C. D., Gerbi, C., *Smit, L. and Macey, P., (2018) Seismic cycle feedbacks in a mid-crustal shear zone. Journal of Structural Geology v. 112, 95-111

44. *Backeberg, N. R., Bjorkman, K. E., Rowe, C. D., and Clark, J. R. (2017) Neoarchean supra-subduction gold in Mesoarchean tonalite- granodiorite: Two separate mineralization events at Hammond Reef defined by disseminated and channelized fluid flow. Precambrian Research v. 305, 111-124.

43. *Mundy, E., *Dascher-Cousineau, K., Gleeson, T., Rowe, C. D., and Allen, D. (2016) Complexity of hydrogeologic regime around an ancient low-angle thrust fault revealed by multi-disciplinary field study. Geofluids v. 16, n. 4

42. *Backeberg, N. R., Rowe, C. D., and *Barshi, N. (2016) Alteration weakening leading to localized deformation in a damage aureole adjacent to a dormant shear zone. Journal of Structural Geology v. 90, 144-156

41. *Melosh, B., Rowe, C. D., Gerbi, C., *Bate, C., and *Shulman, D. (2016) The spin zone: Transient mid-crust permeability caused by coseismic brecciation. Journal of Structural Geology v. 87, 47-63.

40. Eckardt, F. D., Cotterill, F. P. D., Flugel, T. J., Kahle, B., McFarlane, M., and Rowe, C. D. (2016) Mapping the surface geomorphology of the Makgadikgadi Rift Zone (MRZ) Quaternary International v. 404 Part B, 115-120.

39. *Tarling, M. and Rowe, C. D. (2016) Experimental slip distribution in lentils as an analog for scaly clay fabrics Geology v. 44, n. 3, 183-186.

38. *Harrichhausen, N., Rowe, C. D., Board, W. and Greig, C. (2016) Structure of a high-grade, electrum-bearing, quartz-carbonate vein stockwork at the Brucejack Deposit, northwestern British Columbia in Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2015, Geoscience BC, Report 2016-1, p. 127-138. Download from Geoscience BC (6.8 MB)

37. Kimura, G., Ashi, J., Kinoshita, M., Rowe, C. D. and Shelly, D. (2015) Preface for the special issue of "New Perspective of Subduction Zone Earthquakes". Earth, Planets and Space 67 OPEN ACCESS

36. Rowe, C. D. and Griffith, W. A. (2015) Do faults preserve a record of seismic slip: A second opinion. Invited Review, Journal of Structural Geology, v. 78, 1-26. pre-print (3.1 MB) or at JSG website, or as part of a JSG Featured Article Collection

35. Bose, S., Saha, P., Mori, J. J., Rowe, C. D., Ujiie, K., Chester, F. M., Conin, M., Regalla, C., Kameda, J., Toy, V., Kirkpatrick, J., Remitti, F., Moore, J. C., *Wolfson-Schwehr, M., Nakamura, Y. and Gupta, A. (2015) Deformation structures in the frontal prism near the Japan Trench: insight from sandbox models. Journal of Geodynamics 89 29-38.

34. *Rabinowitz, H., Savage, H. M., Plank, T., Polissar, P. J., Kirkpatrick, J. D. and Rowe, C. D. (2015) Multiple major faults at the Japan Trench: Chemostratigraphy of the plate boundary at IODP Exp. 343: JFAST. Earth & Planetary Science Letters 423 57-66. Link to journal

33. Wakabayashi, J. and Rowe, C. D. (2015) Whither the Megathrust? Localization of large-scale subduction slip along the contact of a melange. International Geology Review 57 5-8, 854-870.

32. Kirkpatrick, J., Rowe, C.D., Ujiie, K., Moore, J.C., *Regalla, C.A., Remitti, F., Toy, V., Wolfson-Schwehr, M., Kameda, J., Bose, S., and Chester, F M., (2015) Structure and lithology of the Japan Trench subduction plate boundary fault. Tectonics 34 1 53-69.

31. *Faber, C., Rowe, C. D., Miller, J. A., Fagereng, Å., Neethling, J. H. (2014) Silica gel in a fault slip surface: field evidence for palaeo-earthquakes? Journal of Structural Geology v. 69 108-121. Download pdf (5.7 MB)

30. *Melosh, B. L., Rowe, C. D.,, *Smit, L., *Groenewald, C., *Lambert, C. W., and Macey, P. (2014) Snap, Crackle, Pop: Dilational fault breccias record seismic slip below the brittle-ductile transition. Earth & Planetary Science Letters v. 403 432-445. Download pdf (7.1 MB)

29. Yamaguchi, A., Ishikawa, T., Kato, Y., Nozaki, T., Moore, J. C., Rowe, C. D., Meneghini, F., Tsutsumi, A., and Kimura, G., (2014) Fluid-rock interaction recorded in the black fault rock in the Kodiak accretionary complex, Alaska. Earth, Planets and Space v. 66 n. 58

28. *Backeberg, N. R., Rowe, C. D., van Hinsberg, V. J., and *Bellefroid, E. J. (2014) The deformation history of the Finlayson Lake greenstone belt, Ontario, Canada: A structural perspective on a Mesoarchaean greenstone belt. Precambrian Research v. 249, 100-114 Download pdf (7 MB)

27. Savage, H. M., Polissar, P. J., *Sheppard, R. E., Rowe, C. D. and Brodsky, E. E. (2014) Biomarkers heat up during earthquakes: new evidence of seismic slip in the rock record. Geology v. 42 n. 2 99-102.

26. Fagereng, Å, *Smith, Z., Rowe, C. D. and *Makhubu, B. (2014) Stress, strain, and fault behavior at a thrust ramp: insights from the Naukluft Thrust, Namibia. Journal of Structural Geology v. 58, 95-107

25. Rowe, C.D. (2013) Research Matters 1. Funding for Structural Geology and Tectonics Research in Three Nations. Geoscience Canada v. 40, 366-370. Download pdf (254 kB)

24. Fulton, P. M., Brodsky, E., Kano, Y., Mori, J., Chester, F., Ishikawa, T., Harris, R., Lin, W., Eguchi, N., Toczko, S., and Expedition 343/343T Science Party (2013) Low coseismic friction on the Tohoku-oki fault determined from temperature measurements. Science v. 342 1214-1217

23. Ujiie, K., Tanaka, H., Saito, T., Tsutsumi, A., Mori, J. J., Kameda, J., Brodsky, E., Chester, F. M., Eguchi, N., Toczko, S., and Expedition 343/343T Scientists (2013) Low coseismic friction on the Tohoku megathrust determined from laboratory experiments. Science v. 342 1211-1214

22. Chester, F. M., Rowe, C. D., Ujiie, K., Kirkpatrick, J., Regalla, C., Remitti, F., Moore, J. C., Toy, V., Wolfson-Schwehr, M., Bose, S., Kameda, J., Mori, J. J., Brodsky, E., Eguchi, N., Toczko, S., and Expedition 343 and 343T Scientists (2013) Structure and composition of the plate-boundary slip-zone for the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake. Science v. 342 1208-1211

21. Yang, T., Mishima, T., Ujiie, K., Chester, F. M., Mori, J. J., Eguchi, N., Toczko, S., and Expedition 343/343T Scientists (2013) Strain decoupling across the decollement in the region of large slip during the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake from anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility. Earth & Planetary Science Letters v. 381, 31-38.

20. Miller, J. A., *Faber, C., Rowe, C. D., Macey, P. H., and du Plessis, A. (2013) Eastward transport of the Monapo Klippe, northern Mozambique, associated with post-orogenic collapse during the final amalgamation of central Gondwana. Precambrian Research 237 101-115 Download (7.4 MB)

19. Rowe, C. D. (2013) RESEARCH FOCUS - Shaking Loose: Sand volcanoes and Jurassic earthquakes. Geology v. 41 n. 10 1135-1136 Access paper OPEN ACCESS

18. Rowe, C. D., Moore, J. C., Remitti, F., and the IODP Expedition 343 Science Party (2013) The thickness of subduction plate boundary faults from the seafloor into the seismogenic zone. Geology v. 41 n. 9 991-994 PDF from Geology and Download the supplementary material (0.1 MB)

17. Kirkpatrick, J. D., Rowe, C. D., White, J. C. and Brodsky, E. E. (2013) Silica gel formation during fault slip: Evidence from the rock record. Geology v. 41 n. 9 1015-1018 Access paper OPEN ACCESS
Also: watch a 43 second clip of a field trip to the Corona Fault by Tim Sherry on Vimeo. The video features authors Christie Rowe and Jamie Kirkpatrick, as well as Geology editor and all-around Englishman Bob Holdsworth.

16. Macey, P. H., Miller, J. A., Rowe, C. D., Grantham, G. H., Siegfried, P., Armstrong, R. A., Kemp, J. N., and Bacalau, J. (2013) Geology of the Monapo Klippe, NE Mozambique and its significance for assembly of central Gondwana. Precambrian Research v. 233 259-281 Download (12 MB)

15. Kirkpatrick, J. D. and Rowe, C. D. (2013) Disappearing ink: How pseudotachylytes are lost from the rock record. Journal of Structural Geology v. 52 183-198 Access paper OPEN ACCESS

14. Lin, W., Conin, M., Moore, J. C., Chester, F. M., Nakamura, Y., Mori, J. M., Anderson, L., Brodsky, E. and Eguchi, N., Expedition 343 Scientists (2013) Stress state in the largest displacement area of the 2011 Tohoku-Oki Earthquake. Science v. 339 n. 6120 687-690

13. *Sherry, T. J., Rowe, C. D., Kirkpatrick, J. D. and Brodsky, E. E. (2012) Dewatering textures in the world's largest exposed injectite complex. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems v. 13, n. 1 doi:10.1029/2012GC004157 Download pdf (4.3MB)

12. Rowe, C. D., Kirkpatrick, J. D. and Brodsky, E. E. (2012) Fault rock injections record paleo-earthquakes. EPSL 335-336 154-166 Download pdf (2.6 MB)

11. Rowe, C. D., Fagereng, Å, Miller, J. A. and Mapani, B. (2012) Signature of coseismic decarbonation in dolomitic fault rocks of the Naukluft Thrust, Namibia. EPSL 333-334 200-210 Download pdf (3.4 MB)

10. Rowe, C. D., Meneghini, F. and Moore, J. C., (2011) Textural record of the seismic cycle: Strain rate variation in an ancient subduction thrust, in Fagereng, Toy and Rowland (eds), Geology of the Earthquake Source: A Volume in Honour of Rick Sibson, Geological Society of London, Special Publication 359, 77-95. Click here to download pdf (1.7 MB) and Geological map supplement (28 MB).

9. Rowe, C. D. and *Backeberg, N. R., (2011) Discussion on: Reconstruction of the Ordovician Pakhuis Ice Sheet, South Africa by H. J. Blignault and J. N. Theron, South African Journal of Geology v. 114, n. 1 p. 95-102 Click here to download(1.22 MB)

8. Rowe, C. D., *Backeberg, N., *van Rensburg, T., *Maclennan, S., *Faber, C., *Curtis, C. and *Viglietti, P. (2010) Structural geology of Robben Island: Implications for the tectonic environment of Saldanian deformation, South African Journal of Geology 113.1 57-72. Click here to download manuscript (1.75MB) and higher resolution Geologic Map (12MB) of Robben Island.

7. Meneghini, F., di Toro, G., Rowe, C.D., Moore, J. C., Tsutsumi, A. and Yamaguchi, A. (2010) Record of mega-earthquakes in subduction thrusts: the black fault rocks of Pasagshak Point (Kodiak Island, Alaska). GSA Bulletin v. 122, no. 7/8, 1280-1297. doi: 10.1130/B30049.1 Click here to download pdf (2.6MB)

6. *Backeberg, N. and Rowe, C. D. (2009) Mega-scale (~50m) Ordovician load casts at de Balie South Africa: sediment fluidization by thermal destabilisation, South African Journal of Geology 112 n.2, 187-196; doi: 10.2113/gssajg.112.2.187 Click here to download pdf (8MB)

5. Rowe, C. D., Meneghini, F. and Moore, J. C. (2009) Fluid-rich damage zone of an ancient out-of-sequence-thrust, Kodiak Islands, Alaska. Tectonics 28 TC1006, doi:10.1029/2007TC002126 Click here to download pdf (4MB)

4. Brodsky, E. E., Rowe, C. D., Meneghini, F., and Moore, J. C. (2009) A geologic fingerprint of extremely low viscosity fault fluids during an earthquake. J. Geophy.Res. 114 B01303, doi: 10.1029/2008JB005633' Click here to download pdf (1MB)

3. Meneghini, F., Marroni, M., Moore, J. C., Pandolfi, L. and Rowe, C. D. (2009) The process of underthrusting and underplating in the geologic record: structural diversity between the Franciscan Complex (California), the Kodiak Complex (Alaska) and the Internal Ligurian Units (Italy). Geological Journal 44 1-27. DOI: 10.1002/gj.1144 Click here to download pdf (1.5MB)

2. Moore, J. Casey, Rowe, C.D., Meneghini, F., (2007) How can Accretionary Prisms Elucidate Seismogenesis in Subduction Zones? in Tim Dixon, Ed., Proceedings from the Seismogenic Zone Theoretical Institute, Snowbird, Utah, March 2003, Columbia University Press Click here to download pdf (1.5MB)

1. Rowe, C. D., Moore, J. C., Meneghini, F., and McKiernan, A. W. (2005) Large-scale pseudotachylytes and fluidized ultracataclasites from an ancient subduction thrust fault. Geology, 33 n. 12 Click here to download pdf (1MB)

Other Publications
    van den Ende, M., Bruhat, L., Funning, G., Gabriel, A.-A., Hicks, S. P., Jolivet, R., Lecocq, T., Rowe, C. D. (2021). The Seismica Initiative: Creating a Diamond Open Access community journal for Seismology and Earthquake Science 46 p.

Penniston-Dorland, S. and Rowe, C. D. (2021) Unraveling subduction zone processes: Evidence from exhumed rocks. GeoPRISMS Newsletter Read online

Rowe, C. D., Kirkpatrick, J. D., Blisniuk, K., and Bentley, C., 2020. Creating Geological Field Trips with the Google Earth Creation Tools. Submitted to EarthArXiv May 12 2020. doi: 10.31223/

Williams, R. T., Kirkpatrick, J. D., and Rowe, C. D., 2020. Studying exhumed faults is necessary for understanding earthquake physics. Open Letter to the National Science Foundation (

Streetcar 2 Subduction, a Google Earth-based reboot of the famous geological field trip guides to the San Francisco Bay Area! Created with: , Callan Bentley, Kim Blisniuk and John Wakabayashi with support from the American Geophysical Union. This was an epic, nearly 2 year journey digging down into the geology and tectonics of one of my favorite regions on Earth, learning from geologists I have long admired (especially Clyde Wahrhaftig, the author of the original Streetcar to Subduction field trip guide, a pioneer in SF Bay Area geology and an early leader in diversity and inclusion efforts in the geosciences.

Lapusta, N. et al. (2019) Modeling earthquake source processes: from tectonics to dynamic rupture. Report to the National Science Foundation, United States of America (contributing author)

Huntington, K. W., et al. (2017) Challenges and Opportunities for Research in Tectonics: Understanding Deformation and the Processes that Link Earth Systems, from Geologic Time to Human Time. A Community Vision Document Submitted to the National Science Foundation (contributing author)

Rowe, C. D. (2016) Cover photo. Geology Link

Rowe, C. D. (2013) What Makes a Good Proposal? Reflections on Funding for Structural Geology & Tectonics Research in Three Nations. Invited contribution to Speaking of Geoscience, Guest Blog of the Geological Society of America. Link

Chester, F. M., Mori, J. J., Eguchi, N., Toczko, S., and Expedition 343/343T Scientists (2013) Proceedings of the International Ocean Drilling Program v. 343/343T: Tokyo (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi: 10.2204/iodp.proc.343343T.2013 Available Online - Click Here

Chester, F. M., Mori, J. J., Toczko, S., Eguchi, N., and Expedition 343/343T Scientists Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 343/343T Preliminary Report. doi:10.2204/ Available Online

Rowe, C.D. and Anderson, L. (2012) A Glimpse of What's Below: Logging While Drilling, Scientific American Guest Blog, April 30, 2012 Link

Rowe, C.D. (2012) Why are there field geologists on a drilling vessel?, Scientific American Guest Blog, April 15, 2012. Link

Rowe, C.D. (2011) Earthquake triggering, and why we don't know where the next big one will strike, Scientific American Guest Blog, March 30, 2011. Link

*Maclennan, S.A. and Rowe, C.D., (unpublished) Kaaimansgat Inlier: A Keystone of the Cape Fold Belt, Geological Society of South Africa, Western Cape Branch End of Year Field Trip, November 29, 2008. Click here to download pdf (8.5MB)

Rowe, C. D. (2007) Comparison between Three Out-of-Sequence Thrusts from Japan and Alaska: Implications for Nankai Drilling Targets from the Rock Record. Scientific Drilling Special Issue No. 1 82-83. Download pdf

And... see lots of our field sites contributed to!

Media Coverage
    Talking with Rachel at CBC Let's Go about another "fun size" earthquake on 17 May 2021

Chat with CTV News regarding May 17, 2021 M3.4 in Joliette

Arlene Byron Show on SiriusXM CanadaTalks 5 March 2021 to talk about New Zealand earthquake sequence

Offering opinions to Temblor, a great place to get quick earthquake information

6-minute interview on Focus Montreal with Elysia Bryan Baynes!

Chatting with Rob Lurie about the 13 Jan 2020 earthquake: On CTV

Nice chat with Allison Hanes from the Montreal Gazette - Hanes: Is Montreal Ready for the Big One?

Natasha Hall Show on CJAD 800AM - 13 Jan 2020 about Ormstown QC M3.3 Earthquake Radio Clip

Montreal CBC Radio1 interview with Lauren McCallum on the M3.3 earthquake (14:50-15:00) near Ormstown, QC this morning - aired during Radio Noon Montreal with Shawn Apel, 13 January 2020 (12:02-12:03).

Chatting with ABC7 (San Francisco) TV news about our new field trip guide (Streetcar 2 Subduction)

Short article in Today (Singapore) about recent earthquakes

Gizmodo interview about recent earthquakes, Nov 22 2016

Just hangin out with Mutsumi Takahashi on CTV Montreal News

ScienceDaily News on Tarling & Rowe Lentil Paper

EurekAlert! of AAAS picked up our paper on lentil experiments.

LiveScience coverage of our 2014 Geology paper on using organic biomarkers to pinpoint earthquake slip surfaces

Plonger à la source du tsunami de 2011. Merci à Pauline Gravel du journal Le Devoir pour raconté cette histoire au monde francophone.

Radio Appearance on CBC's "As It Happens". My interview about the JFAST expedition begins at 7:05 in the 3rd segment.

Montreal Gazette story on JFAST Science papers

CBC News story by Emily Chung

Excellent piece by Becky Oskin for LiveScience

Kelin Wang's excellent "Perspective" for Science accompanying the JFAST papers.

Smithsonian magazine story on JFAST Science papers

JFAST coverage in US News

JFAST coverage in the Toronto Star

The Ottawa Citizen relates JFAST slippery clays to local historic landslides

Story in Earth Magazine about silica gel on the Corona Fault, San Francisco.

The Geological Society of London Geodigest, Geology Today, picked up our paper on disappearing pseudotachylytes

Cover girl, European Consortium for Ocean Drilling Annual Report, 2012

Nature News reported the recovery of the JFAST temperature observatory, May 21 2013

Throwing pies in the face of senior profs is a good way to win your job interview?

You may address me as Earthquake Hunter McGill Tribune, Oct. 16, 2012

Pseudotachylites: Fract and Friction by Andrew Alden, Geology Guide at





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