Martha Oliver Withjack

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Graduate School - New Brunswick Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
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Geology
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https://library.brown.edu/theses/theses.php?task=search&advisorid=206

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William Massee Chapple grad student 1978 Brown
 (An analytical investigation of the mechanics of continental rifting.)
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Withjack MO, Henza AA, Schlische RW. (2017) Three-dimensional fault geometries and interactions within experimental models of multiphase extension Aapg Bulletin. 101: 1767-1789
Whipp PS, Jackson CA-, Schlische RW, et al. (2017) Spatial distribution and evolution of fault-segment boundary types in rift systems: observations from experimental clay models Geological Society, London, Special Publications. 439: 79-107
Schreurs G, Buiter SJH, Boutelier J, et al. (2015) Benchmarking analogue models of brittle thrust wedges Journal of Structural Geology
Schlische RW, Groshong RH, Withjack MO, et al. (2014) Quantifying the geometry, displacements, and subresolution deformation in thrust-ramp anticlines with growth and erosion: Frommodels to seismic-reflection profile Journal of Structural Geology. 69: 304-319
Henza A, Withjack MO, Schlische RW. (2014) Corrigendum to “Normal-fault development during two phases of non-coaxial extension: An experimental study” [J. Struct. Geol. 32 (2010), 1656–1667] Journal of Structural Geology. 60: 96-96
Withjack MO, Schlische RW, Malinconico ML, et al. (2013) Rift-basin development: Lessons from the triassic-jurassic newark basin of eastern north america Geological Society Special Publication. 369: 301-321
Schlische RW, Withjack MO, Olsen PE. (2013) Relative timing of CAMP, rifting, continental breakup, and basin inversion: Tectonic significance Geophysical Monograph. 136: 33-59
Groshong RH, Withjack MO, Schlische RW, et al. (2012) Bed length does not remain constant during deformation: Recognition and why it matters Journal of Structural Geology. 41: 86-97
Henza AA, Withjack MO, Schlische RW. (2011) How do the properties of a pre-existing normal-fault population influence fault development during a subsequent phase of extension? Journal of Structural Geology. 33: 1312-1324
Withjack MO, Baum MS, Schlische RW. (2010) Influence of preexisting fault fabric on inversion‐related deformation: A case study of the inverted Fundy rift basin, southeastern Canada Tectonics. 29
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