Lecturer in Geology and a member of the Earth Interior Research Group,
Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences,
University of Liverpool, U.K.
- Experimental Rock Deformation and Fluid Flow
- Physical Properties of Fault Zones
- Mechanics of Earthquakes
Faulkner, D.R. 2004. A model for the variation in permeability of clay-bearing fault gouge with depth in the brittle crust. Geophysical Research Letters , 31, No. 19, L19611. 10.1029/2004GL020736.
Faulkner, D.R. , Lewis, A.C. and Rutter, E.H. 2003. On the internal structure and mechanics of large strike-slip faults: field observations from the Carboneras fault, southeastern Spain . Tectonophysics 367, 235-251.
Faulkner, D.R. and Rutter, E.H. 2003. The effect of temperature, nature of the pore fluid, and sub-yield differential stress on the permeability of phyllosilicate-rich fault gouge. Journal of Geophysical Research 108 , No. B5, 10.1029/2001JB001581.
Crawford, B.R., Myers, R.D., Woronow, A., Faulkner, D.R. and Rutter, E.H. 2002. Porosity-permeability relationships in clay-bearing fault gouge. Society of Petroleum Engineers/International Society for Rock Mechanics, 78214, 1-13
Faulkner, D.R. and Rutter, E.H. 2001. Can the maintenance of overpressured fluids in large strike-slip fault zones explain their apparent weakness? Geology 29, 503-506.
Faulkner, D.R. and Rutter, E.H. 2000. Comparisons of water and argon permeability in natural clay-bearing fault gouges under high pressure at 20 ° C. Journal of Geophysical Research 105 , 16415-16426.
Faulkner, D.R. and Rutter, E.H. 1998. The gas permeability of clay-bearing fault gouge at 20 ° C. In: Faults, fault sealing and fluid flow in hydrocarbon reservoirs, G. Jones, Q. Fisher and R. Knipe (Eds.), Geological Society of London Special Publication 147 , 147-156.
Doblas, M., Faulkner, D.R. , Mahecha, V., Aparicio, A., López-Ruiz, J., and Hoyos, M., 1997. Morphologically ductile criteria for the sense of movement on slickensides from an extensional detachment fault in southern Spain . Journal of Structural Geology 19, 1045-1054