University of Oklahoma
His scientific interests lie mostly in Fault, Seismology, Aseismic creep, Petrology and Fault gouge. As part of one scientific family, Brett M. Carpenter deals mainly with the area of Fault, narrowing it down to issues related to the Lithology, and often Protolith and Shear zone. His research investigates the link between Seismology and topics such as Slip that cross with problems in Fluid dynamics.
His study in Aseismic creep is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Earthquake rupture and Tectonics. His Petrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cataclastic rock and Cataclasite. His Fault gouge research integrates issues from Shear, Outcrop and Talc.
Brett M. Carpenter mainly focuses on Seismology, Slip, Fault, Petrology and Geotechnical engineering. A large part of his Slip studies is devoted to Fault gouge. Brett M. Carpenter has researched Fault in several fields, including Wall rock, Crust, Lithology and Borehole.
His Petrology research includes themes of Petrophysics, Permeability, Core and Cataclasite. The various areas that Brett M. Carpenter examines in his Geotechnical engineering study include Aseismic creep, Tectonophysics, Brittleness, Composite material and Mineral physics. His Aseismic creep research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Earthquake rupture and Quartz.
Basement, Petrology, Seismology, Slip and Induced seismicity are his primary areas of study. His Basement study also includes
His work in the fields of Tectonics and Seismic interpretation overlaps with other areas such as Special section and Variance. His Slip research incorporates themes from Creep, Geotechnical engineering and Mechanics, Shear stress. His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates elements of Mineral physics and Fault gouge.
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Slip, Fault, Mechanics and Stress field. Specifically, his work in Seismology is concerned with the study of Induced seismicity. His Slip research includes elements of Shear, Shear stress and Creep.
His research in Creep intersects with topics in Rock types, Tectonics, Softening and Crust. His work carried out in the field of Fault brings together such families of science as Structural basin, Basement, Fluid migration and Seismic attribute. His Stress field study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Damage zone, Pore water pressure and Earthquake hazard.
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Weakness of the San Andreas Fault revealed by samples from the active fault zone
B. M. Carpenter;C. Marone;D. M. Saffer.
Nature Geoscience (2011)
Drilling reveals fluid control on architecture and rupture of the Alpine fault, New Zealand
Rupert Sutherland;Virginia G. Toy;John Townend;Simon C. Cox.
Frictional strength and healing behavior of phyllosilicate-rich faults
Telemaco Tesei;Cristiano Collettini;Cristiano Collettini;Brett M. Carpenter;Brett M. Carpenter;Cecilia Viti.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
Physical properties of surface outcrop cataclastic fault rocks, Alpine Fault, New Zealand
C. Boulton;B. M. Carpenter;V. Toy;C. Marone.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2012)
Extreme hydrothermal conditions at an active plate-bounding fault
Rupert Sutherland;Rupert Sutherland;John Townend;Virginia Toy;Phaedra Upton.
Frictional behavior of materials in the 3D SAFOD volume
B. M. Carpenter;C. Marone;D. M. Saffer.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Frictional properties and sliding stability of the San Andreas fault from deep drill core
B.M. Carpenter;D.M. Saffer;C. Marone.
Heterogeneous strength and fault zone complexity of carbonate-bearing thrusts with possible implications for seismicity
Telemaco Tesei;Cristiano Collettini;Cristiano Collettini;Massimiliano R. Barchi;Brett M. Carpenter.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2014)
Fault structure and slip localization in carbonate-bearing normal faults: An example from the Northern Apennines of Italy
C. Collettini;B. M. Carpenter;C. Viti;F. Cruciani.
Journal of Structural Geology (2014)
Slip localization on the southern Alpine Fault New Zealand
N.C. Barth;C.J. Boulton;B.M. Carpenter;Geoffrey Batt.
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