W Ashley Griffith
W Ashley Griffith
Associate Professor, School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University
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Do faults preserve a record of seismic slip: A second opinion
CD Rowe, WA Griffith
Journal of Structural Geology 78, 1-26, 2015
Inferring earthquake physics and chemistry using an integrated field and laboratory approach
A Niemeijer, G Di Toro, WA Griffith, A Bistacchi, SAF Smith, S Nielsen
Journal of Structural Geology 39, 2-36, 2012
Fault roughness at seismogenic depths from LIDAR and photogrammetric analysis
A Bistacchi, WA Griffith, SAF Smith, G Di Toro, R Jones, S Nielsen
Pure and Applied Geophysics 168 (12), 2345-2363, 2011
Rough faults, distributed weakening, and off-fault deformation
AW Griffith, S Nielsen, G Di Toro, FAS Smith
Journal of Geophysical Research, 2010
Dynamic rupture experiments elucidate tensile crack development during propagating earthquake ruptures
WA Griffith, A Rosakis, DD Pollard, CW Ko
Geology 37 (9), 795-798, 2009
Thin pseudotachylytes in faults of the Mt. Abbot quadrangle, Sierra Nevada: Physical constraints for small seismic slip events
WA Griffith, G Di Toro, G Pennacchioni, DD Pollard
Journal of Structural Geology 30 (9), 1086-1094, 2008
Tectonic role of margin‐parallel and margin‐transverse faults during oblique subduction in the Southern Volcanic Zone of the Andes: Insights from Boundary Element Modeling
A Stanton‐Yonge, WA Griffith, J Cembrano, R St. Julien, P Iturrieta
Tectonics 35 (9), 1990-2013, 2016
Influence of outcrop scale fractures on the effective stiffness of fault damage zone rocks
WA Griffith, PF Sanz, DD Pollard
Pure and Applied Geophysics 166 (10), 1595-1627, 2009
Off‐fault tensile cracks: A link between geological fault observations, lab experiments, and dynamic rupture models
D Ngo, Y Huang, A Rosakis, WA Griffith, D Pollard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B1), 2012
Static stress drop associated with brittle slip events on exhumed faults
WA Griffith, G Di Toro, G Pennacchioni, DD Pollard, S Nielsen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B2), 2009
Friction and roughness of a melting rock surface
S Nielsen, GD Toro, WA Griffith
Geophysical Journal International 182 (1), 299-310, 2010
How sensitive are fault-slip rates in the Los Angeles basin to tectonic boundary conditions?
WA Griffith, ML Cooke
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 95 (4), 1263-1275, 2005
Coseismic damage and softening of fault rocks at seismogenic depths
WA Griffith, TM Mitchell, J Renner, G Di Toro
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 353, 219-230, 2012
Mechanical validation of the three-dimensional intersection geometry between the Puente Hills blind-thrust system and the Whittier fault, Los Angeles, California
WA Griffith, ML Cooke
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 94 (2), 493-505, 2004
Elastic deformation due to polygonal dislocations in a transversely isotropic half‐space
E Pan, JH Yuan, WQ Chen, WA Griffith
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 104 (6), 2698-2716, 2014
Experimental constraints on dynamic fragmentation as a dissipative process during seismic slip
T Barber, WA Griffith
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2017
3D topographic stress perturbations and implications for ground control in underground coal mines
WA Griffith, J Becker, K Cione, T Miller, E Pan
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 70, 59-68, 2014
The effect of dynamic stress cycling on the compressive strength of rocks
MJ Braunagel, WA Griffith
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (12), 6479-6486, 2019
A tensile origin for fault rock pulverization
WA Griffith, RC St. Julien, HO Ghaffari, TJ Barber
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123 (8), 7055-7073, 2018
The work budget of rough faults
PJ Newman, WA Griffith
Tectonophysics 636, 100-110, 2014
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