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Conference Proceedings
Prevost J.H, Rubin A.M, Sukumar N..  2017.  Intersecting Faults Simulation for Three-Dimensional Reservoir-Geomechanical Models. Poromechanics 2017- Proceedings of the 6th Biot Conference on Poromechanics. :1992-1999.
Government Report
Rubin A.M, Polland D.D.  1987.  Origins of blade-like dikes in volcanic rift zones. 1350(2):1449-1470.
Journal Article
Armbruster J.G, Kim W.-Y., Rubin A.M.  2014.  Accurate tremor locations from coherent S and P waves. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 119(6):5000-5013.
Rubin A.M, Ampuero J.-P.  2007.  Aftershock asymmetry on a bimaterial surface. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 112(5)
Rubin A.M, Gillard D..  2000.  Aftershock asymmetry/rupture directivity among central San Andreas fault microearthquakes. J. Geophys. Res.. 105(B8):19,095-19109.
Rubin A.M.  2002.  Aftershocks of microearthquakes as probes of the mechanics of rupture. J. Geophys. Res.. 107(B7):-ESE3-16.
Rubin A.M.  1990.  A comparison of rift-zone tectonics in Iceland and Hawaii. 52(4):302-319.
Colella H.V, Dieterich J.H, Richards-Dinger K., Rubin A.M.  2012.  Complex characteristics of slow slip events in subduction zones reproduced in multi-cycle simulations. Geophys. Res. Lett.. 39(20):1-5.
Wang E., Rubin A.M, Ampuero J-P..  2014.  Compound earthquakes on a bimaterial interface and implications for rupture mechanics. gji. 197(2):1138–1153.
Bostock M.G, Thomas A.M, Rubin A.M, Christensen N.I.  2017.  On corner frequencies, attenuation, and low-frequency earthquakes. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 122(1):543-557.
Bhattacharya P, Rubin AM, Bayart E, Savage HM, Marone C.  2015.  Critical evaluation of state evolution laws in rate and state friction: Fitting large velocity steps in simulated fault gouge with time-, slip-, and stress-dependent constitutive laws. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 120(9):6365–6385.
Rubin A.M.  2011.  Designer friction laws for bimodal slow slip propagation speeds. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.. 12(4):1-22.
Rubin A.M.  1998.  Dike ascent in partially molten rock. J. Geophys. Res.. 103(B9):20,901-20,919.
Rubin A.M, Gillard D..  1998.  Dike-induced earthquakes: Theoretical considerations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 103(5):10017-10030.
Rubin A.M.  1992.  Dike-induced faulting and graben subsidence in volcanic rift zones. J. Geophys. Res.. 97(B2):1839-1858.
Rubin A.M, Pollard D.D.  1988.  Dike-induced faulting in rift zones of Iceland and Afar. geology. 16(5):413-417.
Rubin A.M.  1993.  Dikes vs. diapirs in viscoelastic rock. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 119(4):641-659.
Rubin A.M.  1993.  Dikes vs. diapirs in viscoelastic rock. 117(3):653-670.
Segall P., Rubin A.M, Bradley A.M, Rice J.R.  2010.  Dilatant strengthening as a mechanism for slow slip events. J. Geophys. Res.. 115(B12):1-37.
Pritchard M.E, Rubin A.M, Wolfe C.J.  2007.  Do flexural stresses explain the mantle fault zone beneath Kilauea volcano? Geophysical Journal International. 168(1):419-430.
Bhattacharya P., Rubin A.M, Beeler N.M.  2017.  Does fault strengthening in laboratory rock friction experiments really depend primarily upon time and not slip? J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 122(8):6389-6430.
Bos A.G, Nolet G., Rubin A., Houston H., Vidale J.E.  1998.  Duration of deep earthquakes determined by stacking of Global Seismograph Network seismograms. J. Geophys. Res.. 103(B9):21,059-21,065.
Rubin A.M, Ahrens T.J.  1991.  Dynamic tensile-failure-induced velocity deficits in rock. Geophys. Res. Lett.. 18(2):219-222.
Rubin A.M, Ampuero J-P..  2005.  Earthquake nucleation on (aging) rate and state faults. J. Geophys. Res.. 110(B11):1-24.