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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.
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.
Ampuero J-P., Rubin A.M.  2008.  Earthquake nucleation on rate and state faults – Aging and slip laws. J. Geophys. Res.. 113(B1)
Rubin A.M.  2008.  Episodic slow slip events and rate-and-state friction. J. Geophys. Res.. 113(B11):1-18.
Rubin A.M, Ampuero J.-P.  2007.  Erratum: Aftershock asymmetry on a bimaterial surface. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 112(10)
Streig A.R, Rubin C.M, Chen W-S., Chen Y-G., Lee L-S., Thompson S.C, Madden C., Lu S-T..  2007.  Evidence for prehistoric coseismic folding along the Tsaotun segment of the Chelungpu fault near Nan-Tou, Taiwan. J. Geophys. Res.. 112(B3)
Bhattacharya P., Rubin A.M.  2014.  Frictional response to velocity steps and 1-D fault nucleation under a state evolution law with stressing-rate dependence. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 119(3):2272–2304.
Rubin AM.  1995.  Getting granite dikes out of the source region. J. Geophys. Res.. 100(B4):5911-5929.
Ferdowsi B., Rubin A.M.  2020.  A Granular Physics-Based View of Fault Friction Experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 125(6)
Jackson M.D, Endo E.T, Delaney P.T, Arnadottir T., Rubin A.M.  1992.  Ground ruptures of the 1974 and 1983 Kaoiki Earthquakes, Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawaii. J. Geophys. Res.. 97(B6):8775-8796.
Gillard D., Rubin A.M, Okubo P..  1996.  Highly concentrated seismicity caused by deformation of Kilauea's deep magma system. 384(6607):343-346.
Peng Y., Rubin A.M.  2016.  High-resolution images of tremor migrations beneath the Olympic Peninsula from stacked array of arrays seismic data. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.. 17(2):587–601.
Rubin A.M, Armbruster J.G.  2013.  Imaging slow slip fronts in Cascadia with high precision cross-station tremor locations. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.. 14(12):5371-5392.
Ahrens T.J, Rubin A.M.  1993.  Impact-induced tensional failure in rock. J. Geophys. Res.. 98(E1):1185-1203.
Kilb D., Rubin A.M.  2002.  Implications of diverse fault orientations imaged in relocated aftershocks of the Mount Lewis, ML 5.7, California, earthquake. J. Geophys. Res.. 107(B11):-ESE5-17.
Ziv A., Rubin A.M.  2003.  Implications of rate-and-state friction for properties of aftershock sequence: Quasi-static inherently discrete simulations. J. Geophys. Res.. 108(B1):23/1-15.
Peng Y., Rubin A.M.  2017.  Intermittent tremor migrations beneath Guerrero, Mexico, and implications for fault healing within the slow slip zone. Geophys. Res. Lett.. 44(2):760–770.
Hawthorne J.C, Rubin A.M.  2013.  Laterally propagating slow slip events in a rate and state friction model with a velocity-weakening to velocity-strengthening transition. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 118(7):3785-3808.
Bostock M.G, Thomas A.M, Savard G., Chuang L., Rubin A.M.  2015.  Magnitudes and moment-duration scaling of low-frequency earthquakes beneath southern Vancouver Island. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 120(9):6329–6350.
Li T., Rubin A.M.  2017.  A microscopic model of rate and state friction evolution. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth. 122(8):6431-6453.
Fialko Y.A, Rubin A.M.  1997.  Numerical simulation of high-pressure rock tensile fracture experiments: Evidence of an increase in fracture energy with pressure? J. Geophys. Res.. 102(B3):5231-5242.
Rubin D.M., Rubin A.M..  2013.  Origin and lateral migration of linear dunes in the Qaidam Basin of NW China revealed by dune sediments, internal structures, and optically stimulated luminescence ages, with implications for linear dunes on Titan: Discussion. GSA Bulletin. 125(11-12):1943-1946.
Rubin AM.  1995.  Propagation of Magma-Filled Cracks. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. 23(1):287-336.
Rubin A.M, Gillard D., Got J.-L.  1998.  A reinterpretation of seismicity associated with the January 1983 dike intrusion at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 103(5):10003-100015.
Liu Y., Rubin A.M.  2010.  Role of fault gouge dilatancy on aseismic deformation transients. J. Geophys. Res.. 115(B10):1-23.
Wang E., Rubin A.M.  2011.  Rupture directivity of microearthquakes on the San Andreas Fault from spectral ratio inversion. Geophysical Journal International. 186(2):852-866.
Rubin A.M, Ampuero J-P..  2009.  Self-similar slip pulses during rate-and-state earthquake nucleation. J. Geophys. Res.. 114(B11)
Sekine T., Duffy T.S, Rubin A.M, Anderson W.W, Ahrens T.J.  1995.  Shock compression and isentropic release of granite. gji. 120(2):247-261.

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