Publikationen Bernhard Schuck

Fenske, S. S., Toy, V. G., Schuck, B., et al. (2021, März 4). Do active faults’ clay mineral compositions affect whether earthquake ruptures they host will displace the surface?. Published. DOI
Toy, V., Abe, S., Bons, P., et al. (2021, März 3). A blended learning approach to structural field mapping: combining local geology, virtual geology, and web-based tools . Published. DOI
Schuck, B., Schleicher, A. M., Janssen, C., et al. (2020). Fault zone architecture of a large plate-bounding strike-slip fault: a case study from the Alpine Fault, New Zealand. Solid Earth, 11(1), 95-124. DOI
Schuck, B., Desbois, G., Urai, J. L. (2020). Grain-scale deformation mechanisms and evolution of porosity in experimentally deformed Boom Clay. Journal of Structural Geology, 130, 103894-103894. DOI
Schuck, B., Janssen, C., Schleicher, A. M., et al. (2018). Microstructures imply cataclasis and authigenic mineral formation control geomechanical properties of New Zealand’s Alpine Fault. Journal of Structural Geology, 110, 172-186. DOI Author/Publisher URL
Schulz, H.-M., Linol, B., de Wit, M., et al. (2018). Early diagenetic signals archived in black shales of the Dwyka and Lower Ecca Groups of the southern Karoo Basin (South Africa): Keys to the deglaciation history of Gondwana during the Early Permian, and its effect on potential shale gas storage. South African Journal of Geology, 121(1), 69-94. DOI Author/Publisher URL
Schaebitz, M., Janssen, C., Wenk, H.-R., et al. (2018). Microstructures in landslides in northwest China - Implications for creeping displacements?. Journal of Structural Geology, 106, 70-85. DOI Author/Publisher URL