Stephen F Cox
Stephen F Cox
Emeritus Professor, Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
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High fluid pressures during regional metamorphism and deformation: implications for mass transport and deformation mechanisms
MA Etheridge, VJ Wall, SF Cox, RH Vernon
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 89 (B6), 4344-4358, 1984
Principles of structural control on permeability and fluid flow in hydrothermal systems
SF Cox, MA Knackstedt, J Braun
Faulting processes at high fluid pressures: an example of fault valve behavior from the Wattle Gully Fault, Victoria, Australia
SF Cox
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B7), 12841-12859, 1995
Coupling between deformation, fluid pressures, and fluid flow in ore-producing hydrothermal systems at depth in the crust
SF Cox
Deformational and metamorphic processes in the formation of mesothermal vein-hosted gold deposits—examples from the Lachlan Fold Belt in central Victoria, Australia
SF Cox, VJ Wall, MA Etheridge, TF Potter
Ore geology reviews 6 (5), 391-423, 1991
Crack-seal fibre growth mechanisms and their significance in the development of oriented layer silicate microstructures
SF Cox, MA Etheridge
Tectonophysics 92 (1-3), 147-170, 1983
The application of failure mode diagrams for exploring the roles of fluid pressure and stress states in controlling styles of fracture‐controlled permeability enhancement in …
SF Cox
Geofluids 10 (1‐2), 217-233, 2010
Structural and geochemical controls on the development of turbidite-hosted gold quartz vein deposits, Wattle Gully mine, central Victoria, Australia
SF Cox, SS Sun, MA Etheridge, VJ Wall, TF Potter
Economic Geology 90 (6), 1722-1746, 1995
Evolution of strength recovery and permeability during fluid–rock reaction in experimental fault zones
E Tenthorey, SF Cox, HF Todd
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 206 (1-2), 161-172, 2003
The role of fluids in syntectonic mass transport, and the localization of metamorphic vein-type ore deposists
SF Cox, MA Etheridge, VJ Wall
Ore Geology Reviews 2 (1-3), 65-86, 1987
Deformational controls on the dynamics of fluid flow in mesothermal gold systems
SF Cox
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 155 (1), 123-140, 1999
Fault-segment rupture, aftershock-zone fluid flow, and mineralization
S Micklethwaite, SF Cox
Geology 32 (9), 813-816, 2004
Rare earth and trace element mobility in mid-crustal shear zones: insights from the Mont Blanc Massif (Western Alps)
Y Rolland, S Cox, AM Boullier, G Pennacchioni, N Mancktelow
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 214 (1-2), 203-219, 2003
Injection-driven swarm seismicity and permeability enhancement: Implications for the dynamics of hydrothermal ore systems in high fluid-flux, overpressured faulting regimes—An …
SF Cox
Economic Geology 111 (3), 559-587, 2016
Antitaxial crack-seal vein microstructures and their relationship to displacement paths
SF Cox
Journal of Structural Geology 9 (7), 779-787, 1987
Cohesive strengthening of fault zones during the interseismic period: An experimental study
E Tenthorey, SF Cox
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B9), 2006
Fault-valve behaviour in optimally oriented shear zones: an example at the Revenge gold mine, Kambalda, Western Australia
PT Nguyen, LB Harris, CMA Powell, SF Cox
Journal of Structural Geology 20 (12), 1625-1640, 1998
The St Ives mesothermal gold system, Western Australia—a case of golden aftershocks?
SF Cox, K Ruming
Journal of Structural Geology 26 (6-7), 1109-1125, 2004
The influence of room temperature deformation on porosity and permeability in calcite aggregates
S Zhang, SF Cox, MS Paterson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B8), 15761-15775, 1994
Coupled grain-scale dilatancy and mass transfer during deformation at high fluid pressures: examples from Mount Lyell, Tasmania
SF Cox, MA Etheridge
Journal of Structural Geology 11 (1-2), 147-162, 1989
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