Gary Axen
Gary Axen
Professor of Geology
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On the role of isostasy in the evolution of normal fault systems
B Wernicke, GJ Axen
Geology 16 (9), 848-851, 1988
7271988
Basin and Range extensional tectonics at the latitude of Las Vegas, Nevada
B Wernicke, GJ Axen, JK Snow
Geological Society of America Bulletin 100 (11), 1738-1757, 1988
5541988
Evolution of fault-surface roughness with slip
A Sagy, EE Brodsky, GJ Axen
Geology 35 (3), 283-286, 2007
3282007
Exhumation of the west-central Alborz Mountains, Iran, Caspian subsidence, and collision-related tectonics
GJ Axen, PS Lam, M Grove, DF Stockli, J Hassanzadeh
Geology 29 (6), 559-562, 2001
2942001
U-Pb zircon geochronology of late Neoproterozoic–Early Cambrian granitoids in Iran: Implications for paleogeography, magmatism, and exhumation history of Iranian basement
J Hassanzadeh, DF Stockli, BK Horton, GJ Axen, LD Stockli, M Grove, ...
Tectonophysics 451 (1-4), 71-96, 2008
2582008
Space-time patterns and tectonic controls of Tertiary extension and magmatism in the Great Basin of the western United States
GJ Axen, WJ Taylor, JM Bartley
Geological Society of America Bulletin 105 (1), 56-76, 1993
2451993
Variation in styles of rifting in the Gulf of California
D Lizarralde, GJ Axen, HE Brown, JM Fletcher, A González-Fernández, ...
Nature 448 (7152), 466-469, 2007
2312007
Detrital zircon provenance of Neoproterozoic to Cenozoic deposits in Iran: Implications for chronostratigraphy and collisional tectonics
BK Horton, J Hassanzadeh, DF Stockli, GJ Axen, RJ Gillis, B Guest, ...
Tectonophysics 451 (1-4), 97-122, 2008
2132008
Late Cenozoic shortening in the west-central Alborz Mountains, northern Iran, by combined conjugate strike-slip and thin-skinned deformation
B Guest, GJ Axen, PS Lam, J Hassanzadeh
Geosphere 2 (1), 35-52, 2006
1772006
Late Miocene-Pleistocene extensional faulting, northern Gulf of California, Mexico and Salton Trough, California
GJ Axen, JM Fletcher
International Geology Review 40 (3), 217-244, 1998
1641998
Chronology of Miocene–Pliocene deposits at Split Mountain Gorge, southern California: A record of regional tectonics and Colorado River evolution
RJ Dorsey, A Fluette, K McDougall, BA Housen, SU Janecke, GJ Axen, ...
Geology 35 (1), 57-60, 2007
1632007
Revised age of proximal deposits in the Zagros foreland basin and implications for Cenozoic evolution of the High Zagros
MD Fakhari, GJ Axen, BK Horton, J Hassanzadeh, A Amini
Tectonophysics 451 (1-4), 170-185, 2008
1602008
Pore pressure, stress increase, and fault weakening in low‐angle normal faulting
GJ Axen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 97 (B6), 8979-8991, 1992
1601992
Field tests of rolling hinges: Existence, mechanical types, and implications for extensional tectonics
GJ Axen, JM Hartley
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B9), 20515-20537, 1997
1411997
Thermal histories from the central Alborz Mountains, northern Iran: implications for the spatial and temporal distribution of deformation in northern Iran
B Guest, DF Stockli, M Grove, GJ Axen, PS Lam, J Hassanzadeh
Geological Society of America Bulletin 118 (11-12), 1507-1521, 2006
1292006
Mechanics of low-angle normal faults
GJ Axen, GD Karner
Rheology and deformation of the lithosphere at continental margins, 46-91, 2004
1162004
Extensional segmentation of the main Gulf escarpment, Mexico and United States
G Axen
Geology 23 (6), 515-518, 1995
1121995
Isostatic rebound due to tectonic denudation: A viscous flow model of a layered lithosphere
S Wdowinski, GJ Axen
Tectonics 11 (2), 303-315, 1992
1071992
Timing of thrust activity in the High Zagros fold‐thrust belt, Iran, from (U‐Th)/He thermochronometry
Y Gavillot, GJ Axen, DF Stockli, BK Horton, MD Fakhari
Tectonics 29 (4), 2010
952010
Timing of Tertiary extension in the Railroad Valley‐Pioche Transect, Nevada: Constraints from 40Ar/39Ar ages of volcanic rocks
WJ Taylor, JM Bartley, DR Lux, GJ Axen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B6), 7757-7774, 1989
911989
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