Stefano Aretusini
Stefano Aretusini
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Fracturing and rock pulverization along an exhumed seismogenic fault zone in dolostones: The Foiana Fault Zone (Southern Alps, Italy)
M Fondriest, S Aretusini, G Di Toro, SAF Smith
Tectonophysics 654, 56-74, 2015
512015
Fault gouge graphitization as evidence of past seismic slip
LW Kuo, F Di Felice, E Spagnuolo, G Di Toro, SR Song, S Aretusini, H Li, ...
Geology 45 (11), 979-982, 2017
272017
Production of nanoparticles during experimental deformation of smectite and implications for seismic slip
S Aretusini, S Mittempergher, O Plümper, E Spagnuolo, AF Gualtieri, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 463, 221-231, 2017
202017
Earthquake lubrication and healing explained by amorphous nanosilica
CD Rowe, K Lamothe, M Rempe, M Andrews, TM Mitchell, G Di Toro, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-11, 2019
162019
Past seismic slip-to-the-trench recorded in Central America megathrust
P Vannucchi, E Spagnuolo, S Aretusini, G Di Toro, K Ujiie, A Tsutsumi, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (12), 935-940, 2017
112017
Tsunamigenic earthquake simulations using experimentally derived friction laws
S Murphy, G Di Toro, F Romano, A Scala, S Lorito, E Spagnuolo, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 486, 155-165, 2018
102018
Biomarker thermal maturity experiments at earthquake slip rates
HM Savage, HS Rabinowitz, E Spagnuolo, S Aretusini, PJ Polissar, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 502, 253-261, 2018
72018
How hot is a lab-earthquake?
S Aretusini, AN Cascajero, E Spagnuolo, A Tapetado, C Vazquez, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
42019
Water availability and deformation processes in smectite‐rich gouges during seismic slip
S Aretusini, E Spagnuolo, MC Dalconi, G Di Toro, EH Rutter
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124 (11), 10855-10876, 2019
32019
Subseismic to seismic slip in smectite clay nanofoliation
S Aretusini, O Plümper, E Spagnuolo, G Di Toro
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124 (7), 6589-6601, 2019
12019
High velocity friction data and thermochemical modeling data of smectite-rich STx-1b (vacuum dry, room humidity and water partly saturated)
G Di Toro, S Aretusini
Research Data Unipd, 2019
12019
Frictional processes of clay-rich gouges at seismic slip rates
S Aretusini
PQDT-Global, 2018
12018
Architecture and seismic markers of an exhumed fault zone in dolostones (Foiana line, Italian Southern Alps).
S Aretusini
12013
Diffuse vs Localized Deformation in Smectite-Rich Scaly Clays: What can we Learn From the Study of an Ancient Shallow Accretionary Prism?
F Remitti, S Mittempergher, R Arletti, M Polisi, S Aretusini, T Tesei, A Festa, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Diffuse vs Localized Deformation in Scaly Clays: insights from experimental reactivation of natural fabrics
T Tesei, S Aretusini, S Mittempergher, N Paola, R Arletti, F Remitti
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Earthquake lubrication and healing caused by amorphous silica powder-experimental wear products compared to natural fault rocks
CD Rowe, KG Lamothe, M Rempe, M Andrews, TM Mitchell, G Di Toro, ...
AGUFM 2019, MR31A-01, 2019
2019
Controlling factors on the shallow co-seismic slip at the Sumatra subduction zone megathrust
P Vannucchi, E Spagnuolo, S Aretusini, G Di Toro, SB Nielsen
AGUFM 2019, T43B-02, 2019
2019
Dynamic weakening and seismic slip propagation along the Hikurangi margin shallow subduction fault under realistic pore fluid pressures
E Spagnuolo, S Aretusini, F Meneghini, C Harbord, G Di Toro
AGUFM 2019, T43B-01, 2019
2019
Seismic slip propagation at shallow depth in subduction zones earthquakes: an experimental study on Costa Rica and north Sumatran subduction zone input materials.
E Spagnuolo, S Aretusini, P Vannucchi, GD Toro, S Nielsen
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Stored elastic strain energy and energy release in subduction zones. Experimental investigation on fault materials.
E Spagnuolo, P Vannucchi, G Di Toro, S Aretusini, S Nielsen
EGUGA, 19285, 2018
2018
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