Sarah J. Titus, Ph.D.

2006 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Geology, Geophysics
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Basil Tikoff grad student 2006 UW Madison
 (Deformation rates across the San Andreas Fault system, central California determined by geology and geodesy.)
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Davis JR, Titus SJ, Horsman E. (2013) Non-steady homogeneous deformations: Computational techniques using Lie theory, and application to ellipsoidal markers in naturally deformed rocks Journal of Structural Geology. 56: 142-155
Titus SJ, Maes SM, Benford B, et al. (2011) Fabric development in the mantle section of a paleotransform fault and its effect on ophiolite obduction, New Caledonia Lithosphere. 3: 221-244
Titus SJ, Crump S, McGuire Z, et al. (2011) Using vertical axis rotations to characterize off-fault deformation across the san andreas fault system, central California Geology. 39: 711-714
Titus SJ, Housen B, Tikoff B. (2007) A kinematic model for the Rinconada fault system in central California based on structural analysis of en echelon folds and paleomagnetism Journal of Structural Geology. 29: 961-982
Titus SJ, DeMets C, Tikoff B. (2006) Thirty-five-year creep rates for the creeping segment of the San Andreas fault and the effects of the 2004 Parkfield earthquake: Constraints from alignment arrays, continuous global positioning system, and creepmeters Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 96: S250-S268
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