2002 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
1973 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Terry E. Tullis focuses on Slip, Mineralogy, Shear, Geotechnical engineering and Creep. His work carried out in the field of Slip brings together such families of science as Seismology, Surface finish, Geometry and Interfacial bonding. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Seismology, concentrating on Crust and frequently concerns with Active fault and San andreas fault.
His Mineralogy research incorporates themes from Quartz, Stress relaxation, Seismic slip, Runge–Kutta methods and Slowness. His research links Fault with Geotechnical engineering. His Creep research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transform fault, Tectonics, Metamorphic rock, Fault mechanics and Extrapolation.
His primary areas of investigation include Slip, Geotechnical engineering, Seismology, Mineralogy and Composite material. Terry E. Tullis combines subjects such as Creep, Fault, Geometry and Shear stress with his study of Slip. In his study, Surface finish is strongly linked to Surface roughness, which falls under the umbrella field of Geometry.
His research integrates issues of Shear and Plasticity in his study of Geotechnical engineering. His study looks at the relationship between Mineralogy and topics such as Mica, which overlap with Cleavage and Biotite. His study in the field of Quartz and Lubrication also crosses realms of Anisotropy.
Terry E. Tullis mainly investigates Seismology, Slip, Geotechnical engineering, Composite material and Flash. In general Seismology, his work in San andreas fault and Earthquake simulation is often linked to Covariance and Fault model linking many areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Talc, Plate tectonics, Lithosphere, Induced seismicity and Extrapolation as well as Slip.
His Geotechnical engineering research includes elements of Tectonophysics, Shear zone, Mantle, Deformation and Microstructure. His Deformation research incorporates elements of Mining engineering, Mineralogy and Brittleness. His work on Lubrication, Silica gel, Crystal twinning and Young's modulus as part of general Composite material study is frequently connected to Orientation, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His primary areas of investigation include Slip, Seismology, Deformation, Composite material and Mineralogy. Terry E. Tullis performs multidisciplinary studies into Slip and Atomic force microscopy in his work. His work in the fields of Earthquake hazard overlaps with other areas such as Probability distribution, Covariance and Poison control.
His Deformation study combines topics in areas such as Brittleness and Geotechnical engineering. His Crystal twinning, Young's modulus and Quartz study in the realm of Composite material connects with subjects such as Orientation and Elastic energy. He has researched Mineralogy in several fields, including Talc, Fault gouge, Scanning electron microscope, Plate tectonics and Lithosphere.
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Friction falls towards zero in quartz rock as slip velocity approaches seismic rates
Giulio Di Toro;David L. Goldsby;Terry E. Tullis.
Euclidean and fractal models for the description of rock surface roughness
W.L. Power;T.E. Tullis.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Frictional Behavior of Large Displacement Experimental Faults
N. M. Beeler;T. E. Tullis;M. L. Blanpied;J. D. Weeks.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Roughness of natural fault surfaces
W. L. Power;T. E. Tullis;S. R. Brown;G. N. Boitnott.
Geophysical Research Letters (1987)
The roles of time and displacement in the evolution effect in rock friction
N. M. Beeler;T. E. Tullis;J. D. Weeks.
Geophysical Research Letters (1994)
Evaluation of the forces that drive the plates
William M. Chapple;Terry E. Tullis.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1977)
Roughness and wear during brittle faulting
William L. Power;Terry E. Tullis;John D. Weeks.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1988)
Constitutive behavior and stability of frictional sliding of granite
Terry E. Tullis;John D. Weeks.
Pure and Applied Geophysics (1986)
Low frictional strength of quartz rocks at subseismic slip rates
David L. Goldsby;Terry E. Tullis.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Flow laws of polyphase aggregates from end-member flow laws
Terry E. Tullis;Franklin G. Horowitz;Jan Tullis.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
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