Daniel R. Faulkner spends much of his time researching Fault, Seismology, Fluid dynamics, Permeability and Fault gouge. His research on Fault often connects related areas such as Damage zone. His Seismology research incorporates elements of Slip and Fracture mechanics.
His Fluid dynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crust, Petrology, Fault mechanics, Pore water pressure and Scaling. His research on Permeability concerns the broader Geotechnical engineering. His study looks at the relationship between Fault gouge and topics such as Compaction, which overlap with Kaolinite, Shear stress, Quartz and Shear.
Seismology, Fault, Permeability, Petrology and Fault gouge are his primary areas of study. Daniel R. Faulkner studied Seismology and Slip that intersect with Lithology and Fracture mechanics. His study focuses on the intersection of Fault and fields such as Tectonics with connections in the field of Pore water pressure.
The concepts of his Permeability study are interwoven with issues in Fluid dynamics, Porosity, Compaction and Brittleness. His Fault gouge research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Shear, Fault mechanics, Quartz and Mineralogy. His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Differential stress and Crust.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Petrology, Composite material, Porosity, Permeability and Fault. His work carried out in the field of Petrology brings together such families of science as Slip, Fault gouge and Subduction. His studies examine the connections between Fault gouge and genetics, as well as such issues in Mineral physics, with regards to Geochemistry.
His research on Porosity also deals with topics like
Daniel R. Faulkner focuses on Permeability, Poisson's ratio, Modulus, Elasticity and Composite material. His research in Permeability is mostly focused on Petrophysics. His work in the fields of Composite material, such as Bulk modulus and Elastic modulus, intersects with other areas such as Correlation coefficient and Bulk density.
His research ties Compaction and Axial symmetry together. While the research belongs to areas of Compaction, Daniel R. Faulkner spends his time largely on the problem of Differential stress, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Porosity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mineralogy and Petrography.
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A review of recent developments concerning the structure, mechanics and fluid flow properties of fault zones
D.R. Faulkner;C.A.L. Jackson;R.J. Lunn;R.W. Schlische.
Journal of Structural Geology (2010)
On the internal structure and mechanics of large strike-slip fault zones: field observations of the Carboneras fault in southeastern Spain
D.R Faulkner;A.C Lewis;E.H Rutter.
The nature and origin of off-fault damage surrounding strike-slip fault zones with a wide range of displacements: A field study from the Atacama fault system, northern Chile
T.M. Mitchell;D.R. Faulkner.
Journal of Structural Geology (2009)
Slip on 'weak' faults by the rotation of regional stress in the fracture damage zone.
D. R. Faulkner;T. M. Mitchell;David Healy;David Healy;M. J. Heap;M. J. Heap.
Can the maintenance of overpressured fluids in large strike-slip fault zones explain their apparent weakness?
Daniel R. Faulkner;Ernest H. Rutter.
Experimental measurements of permeability evolution during triaxial compression of initially intact crystalline rocks and implications for fluid flow in fault zones
T. M. Mitchell;D. R. Faulkner.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Comparisons of water and argon permeability in natural clay‐bearing fault gouge under high pressure at 20°C
D. R. Faulkner;E. H. Rutter.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Strength, porosity, and permeability development during hydrostatic and shear loading of synthetic quartz-clay fault gouge
B. R. Crawford;B. R. Crawford;D. R. Faulkner;D. R. Faulkner;E. H. Rutter.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Scaling of fault damage zones with displacement and the implications for fault growth processes
D. R. Faulkner;T. M. Mitchell;E. Jensen;J. Cembrano.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Stuck in the mud? Earthquake nucleation and propagation through accretionary forearcs
D. R. Faulkner;T. M. Mitchell;J. Behnsen;T. Hirose.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
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