Randall Marrett
Randall Marrett
Professor of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin
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Kinematic analysis of fault-slip data
R Marrett, RW Allmendinger
Journal of Structural Geology 12 (8), 973-986, 1990
Characteristics and origins of coal cleat: a review
SE Laubach, RA Marrett, JE Olson, AR Scott
International Journal of Coal Geology 35 (1-4), 175-207, 1998
A scale-independent approach to fracture intensity and average spacing measurement
OJ Ortega, RA Marrett, SE Laubach
AAPG Bulletin 90 (2), 193-208, 2006
Estimates of strain due to brittle faulting: sampling of fault populations
R Marrett, RW Allmendinger
Journal of Structural Geology 13 (6), 735-738, 1991
Tectónica de la Sierra Madre Oriental, México
S Eguiluz de Antuñano, M Aranda García, R Marrett
Boletín de la Sociedad Geológica Mexicana 53 (1), 1-26, 2000
Amount of extension on "small" faults: An example from the Viking graben
R Marrett, RW Allmendinger
Geology 20 (1), 47-50, 1992
Late Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Puna Plateau and adjacent foreland, northwestern Argentine Andes
RA Marrett, RW Allmendinger, RN Alonso, RE Drake
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 7 (2), 179-207, 1994
Extent of power-law scaling for natural fractures in rock
R Marrett, OJ Ortega, CM Kelsey
Geology 27 (9), 799-802, 1999
Are fault growth and linkage models consistent with power-law distributions of fault lengths?
TT Cladouhos, R Marrett
Journal of Structural Geology 18 (2-3), 281-293, 1996
Aggregate properties of fracture populations
R Marrett
Journal of Structural Geology 18 (2-3), 169-178, 1996
Response of intracontinental deformation in the central Andes to late Cenozoic reorganization of South American Plate motions
R Marrett, MR Strecker
Tectonics 19 (3), 452-467, 2000
Prediction of macrofracture properties using microfracture information, Mesaverde Group sandstones, San Juan basin, New Mexico
OJ Ortega, R Marrett
Journal of Structural Geology 22 (5), 571-588, 2000
Fracture-aperture size—frequency, spatial distribution, and growth processes in strata-bounded and non-strata-bounded fractures, Cambrian Mesón Group, NW Argentina
JN Hooker, SE Laubach, R Marrett
Journal of Structural Geology 54 (1), 54-71, 2013
Why dikes?
SH Emerman, R Marrett
Geology 18 (3), 231-233, 1990
Aperture-size scaling variations in a low-strain opening-mode fracture set, Cozzette Sandstone, Colorado
JN Hooker, JFW Gale, LA Gomez, SE Laubach, R Marrett, RM Reed
Journal of Structural Geology 31 (7), 707-718, 2009
Strain and stress
R Marrett, DCP Peacock
Journal of Structural Geology 21 (8), 1057-1063, 1999
Predicting and characterizing fractures in dolostone reservoirs: Using the link between diagenesis and fracturing
JFW Gale, SE Laubach, RA Marrett, JE Olson, J Holder, RM Reed
The geometry and petrogenesis of dolomite hydrocarbon reservoirs: Geological …, 2004
A universal power-law scaling exponent for fracture apertures in sandstones
JN Hooker, SE Laubach, R Marrett
GSA Bulletin 126 (9-10), 1340-1362, 2014
New directions in fracture characterization
S Laubach, R Marrett, J Olson
The Leading Edge 19 (7), 704-711, 2000
Kinematic evolution of fault ramps and its role in development of landslides and lakes in the northwestern Argentine Andes
MR Strecker, R Marrett
Geology 27 (4), 307-310, 1999
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