Joseph L. Allen
Joseph L. Allen
Concord University
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
A multi-kilometer pseudotachylyte system as an exhumed record of earthquake rupture geometry at hypocentral depths (Colorado, USA)
JL Allen
Tectonophysics 402 (1-4), 37-54, 2005
Fallen arches: Dispelling myths concerning Cambrian and Ordovician paleogeography of the Rocky Mountain region
PM Myrow, JF Taylor, JF Miller, RL Ethington, RL Ripperdan, J Allen
Geological Society of America Bulletin 115 (6), 695-713, 2003
A national study of undergraduate research experiences in computing: Implications for culturally relevant pedagogy
AS Rorrer, J Allen, H Zuo
Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2018
Structural geometry and thermal history of pseudotachylyte from the Homestake shear zone, Sawatch Range, Colorado
JL Allen, KD O’Hara, DP Moecher
Seismogenic structure of a crystalline thrust fault: Fabric anisotropy and coeval pseudotachylyte–mylonitic pseudotachylyte in the Grizzly Creek shear zone, Colorado
JL Allen, CA Shaw
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 359 (1), 135-151, 2011
Strain partitioning in the mid-crust of a transpressional shear zone system: Insights from the Homestake and Slide Lake shear zones, central Colorado
PE Lee, MJ Jessup, CA Shaw, GL Hicks III, JL Allen
Journal of Structural Geology 39, 237-252, 2012
Field rheology and structural evolution of the Homestake shear zone, Colorado
CA Shaw, JL Allen
Rocky Mountain Geology 42 (1), 31-56, 2007
Geologic map of the Glenwood Springs quadrangle
RM Kirkham, RK Streufert, JA Cappa
Garfield County, Colorado: Colorado, 1997
Pseudotachylytes and seismogenic friction: an introduction to current research
EC Ferré, JL Allen, A Lin
Tectonophysics 1 (402), 1-2, 2005
Timing, style, and significance of Cambrian through Laramide brittle reactivation along the Proterozoic Homestake shear zone, Colorado mineral belt
JL Allen
Rocky Mountain Geology 39 (2), 65-84, 2004
Stratigraphic variations, fault rocks, and tectonics associated with brittle reactivation of the Homestake Shear Zone, central Colorado
JL Allen
University of Kentucky, 1994
Seismogenic fault-zone processes and heterogeneity recorded by pseudotachylyte: New insights from the Homestake shear zone, Colorado
JL Allen, CA Shaw
Proterozoic geology and Phanerozoic reactivation of the newly recognized Grizzly Creek shear zone, Glenwood Canyon, Colorado
JL Allen, CA Shaw
Lithofacies relations and controls on deposition of fluvial-deltaic rocks of the upper Pocahontas Formation in southern West Virginia
JL Allen
Southeastern Geology 33 (3), 131-147, 1993
Synorogenic clastic wedge stratigraphy and subsidence history of the Cahaba synclinorium and the Black Warrior foreland basin
WA Thomas, BA Ferrill, JL Allen, WE Osborne, DE Leverett
Alabama Geological Society Field Guide 28, 37-52, 1991
Integrating geographic information systems and remote sensing for technical workforce training at two-year colleges
J Allen, O Brand, R Beck, AB Johnson, A Johnson
National Science Foundation. Retrieved from https://files. eric. ed. gov …, 2006
Mineralogy of a mullite-bearing pseudotachylyte
DP Moecher, M Cleary, KD O’Hara, J Allen
Geol Soc Am Abstr 31, 359, 1999
U-Pb zircon age constraints on two episodes of Paleoproterozoic magmatism and development of the Grizzly Creek shear zone, White River Uplift, western Colorado, USA
JV Jones III, CA Shaw, JL Allen, T Housh
Rocky Mountain Geology 48 (1), 15-39, 2013
Age, setting, and reactivation of the Grizzly Creek shear zone: Tectonic implications of a newly recognized brittle/plastic thrust in central Colorado
CA Shaw, JL Allen, FE Ferri, ME Ganak, AS Graves, AG Johnson, ...
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 37 (7), 60, 2005
A Boost for the CURE: Improving Learning Outcomes with Curriculum-Based Undergraduate Research
JL Allen, SC Kuehn, EG Creamer
GSA Today, 2020
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