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Michele L. Cooke
Michele L. Cooke
Professor, Geosciences, University of Massachusetts
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Fracture termination and step-over at bedding interfaces due to frictional slip and interface opening
ML Cooke, CA Underwood
Journal of structural geology 23 (2-3), 223-238, 2001
3362001
Community fault model (CFM) for southern California
A Plesch, JH Shaw, C Benson, WA Bryant, S Carena, M Cooke, J Dolan, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 97 (6), 1793-1802, 2007
2472007
Stratigraphic controls on vertical fracture patterns in Silurian dolomite, northeastern Wisconsin
CA Underwood, ML Cooke, JA Simo, MA Muldoon
AAPG bulletin 87 (1), 121-142, 2003
1912003
Role of shale thickness on vertical connectivity of fractures: application of crack-bridging theory to the Austin Chalk, Texas
P Rijken, ML Cooke
Tectonophysics 337 (1-2), 117-133, 2001
1662001
Mechanical stratigraphic controls on fracture patterns within carbonates and implications for groundwater flow
ML Cooke, JA Simo, CA Underwood, P Rijken
Sedimentary Geology 184 (3-4), 225-239, 2006
1522006
Fracture localization along faults with spatially varying friction
ML Cooke
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B10), 22425-22434, 1997
1431997
Fracture propagation paths under mixed mode loading within rectangular blocks of polymethyl methacrylate
ML Cooke, DD Pollard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B2), 3387-3400, 1996
1221996
Bedding-plane slip in initial stages of fault-related folding
ML Cooke, DD Pollard
Journal of Structural Geology 19 (3-4), 567-581, 1997
1151997
Evidence for temporally changing mechanical stratigraphy and effects on joint-network architecture
JR Shackleton, ML Cooke, AJ Sussman
Geology 33 (2), 101-104, 2005
902005
Why blind thrust faults do not propagate to the Earth's surface: Numerical modeling of coseismic deformation associated with thrust‐related anticlines
JJ Roering, ML Cooke, DD Pollard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B6), 11901-11912, 1997
821997
Interlayer slip and joint localization in the East Kaibab Monocline, Utah: field evidence and results from numerical modelling
ML Cooke, PN Mollema, DD Pollard, A Aydin
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 169 (1), 23-49, 1999
791999
Underthrusting‐accretion cycle: Work budget as revealed by the boundary element method
M Del Castello, ML Cooke
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B12), 2007
662007
San Andreas fault geometry through the San Gorgonio Pass, California
L Dair, ML Cooke
Geology 37 (2), 119-122, 2009
622009
Assessing the work budget and efficiency of fault systems using mechanical models
ML Cooke, S Murphy
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B10), 2004
612004
How much can off-fault deformation contribute to the slip rate discrepancy within the eastern California shear zone?
JW Herbert, ML Cooke, M Oskin, O Difo
Geology 42 (1), 71-75, 2014
582014
Polymodal faulting: Time for a new angle on shear failure
D Healy, TG Blenkinsop, NE Timms, PG Meredith, TM Mitchell, ML Cooke
Journal of Structural Geology 80, 57-71, 2015
572015
Effects of nonplanar fault topology and mechanical interaction on fault-slip distributions in the Ventura Basin, California
ST Marshall, ML Cooke, SE Owen
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 98 (3), 1113-1127, 2008
572008
Evolution of fault efficiency at restraining bends within wet kaolin analog experiments
ML Cooke, MT Schottenfeld, SW Buchanan
Journal of Structural Geology 51, 180-192, 2013
542013
Simulating the recent evolution of the southern big bend of the San Andreas fault, Southern California
ML Cooke, LC Dair
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B4), 2011
522011
Is the Earth lazy? A review of work minimization in fault evolution
ML Cooke, EH Madden
Journal of Structural Geology 66, 334-346, 2014
492014
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