Bob Holdsworth
Bob Holdsworth
Professor of Structural Geology, Durham University
Verified email at durham.ac.uk
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Transpression and transtension zones
JF Dewey, RE Holdsworth, RA Strachan
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 135 (1), 1-14, 1998
4451998
Sinistral transpression and the Silurian closure of Iapetus
NJ Soper, RA Strachan, RE Holdsworth, RA Gayer, RO Greiling
Journal of the Geological Society 149 (6), 871-880, 1992
2981992
The recognition of reactivation during continental deformation
RE Holdsworth, CA Butler, AM Roberts
Journal of the Geological Society 154 (1), 73-78, 1997
2731997
Unlocking the spatial dimension: digital technologies and the future of geoscience fieldwork
KJW McCaffrey, RR Jones, RE Holdsworth, RW Wilson, P Clegg, J Imber, ...
Journal of the Geological Society 162 (6), 927-938, 2005
2522005
Inclined transpression
RR Jones, RE Holdsworth, P Clegg, K McCaffrey, E Tavarnelli
Journal of Structural Geology 26 (8), 1531-1548, 2004
1912004
Fault zone weakening and character of slip along low-angle normal faults: insights from the Zuccale fault, Elba, Italy
C Collettini, RE Holdsworth
Journal of the Geological Society 161 (6), 1039-1051, 2004
1712004
Weak faults--rotten cores
RE Holdsworth
Science 303 (5655), 181-182, 2004
1652004
Lateral extrusion in transpression zones: the importance of boundary conditions
RR Jones, RE Holdsworth, W Bailey
Journal of Structural Geology 19 (9), 1201-1217, 1997
1641997
Fault rocks from the SAFOD core samples: implications for weakening at shallow depths along the San Andreas Fault, California
RE Holdsworth, EWE Van Diggelen, CJ Spiers, JHP De Bresser, ...
Journal of Structural Geology 33 (2), 132-144, 2011
1572011
Three-dimensional brittle shear fracturing by tensile crack interaction
D Healy, RR Jones, RE Holdsworth
Nature 439 (7072), 64-67, 2006
1542006
The nature and importance of phyllonite development in crustal-scale fault cores: an example from the Median Tectonic Line, Japan
SP Jefferies, RE Holdsworth, CAJ Wibberley, T Shimamoto, CJ Spiers, ...
Journal of Structural Geology 28 (2), 220-235, 2006
1522006
Integration of regional to outcrop digital data: 3D visualisation of multi-scale geological models
RR Jones, KJW McCaffrey, P Clegg, RW Wilson, NS Holliman, ...
Computers & Geosciences 35 (1), 4-18, 2009
1422009
A reappraisal of the Sibson‐Scholz fault zone model: The nature of the frictional to viscous (“brittle‐ductile”) transition along a long‐lived, crustal‐scale fault, Outerá…
J Imber, RE Holdsworth, CA Butler, RA Strachan
Tectonics 20 (5), 601-624, 2001
1352001
The development and behaviour of low-angle normal faults during Cenozoic asymmetric extension in the Northern Apennines, Italy
C Collettini, N De Paola, RE Holdsworth, MR Barchi
Journal of Structural Geology 28 (2), 333-352, 2006
1232006
The structure and rheological evolution of reactivated continental fault zones: a review and case study
RE Holdsworth, M Stewart, J Imber, RA Strachan
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 184 (1), 115-137, 2001
1192001
Reactivation of Archaean strike-slip fault systems, Amazon region, Brazil
RVL Pinheiro, RE Holdsworth
Journal of the Geological Society 154 (1), 99-103, 1997
1151997
Caledonian ductile thrusting in a Precambrian metamorphic complex: The Moine of northwestern Scotland
D Barr, RE Holdsworth, AM Roberts
Geological Society of America Bulletin 97 (6), 754-764, 1986
1141986
Deformation processes and weakening mechanisms within the frictional–viscous transition zone of major crustal-scale faults: insights from the Great Glen Fault Zone, Scotland
M Stewart, RE Holdsworth, RA Strachan
Journal of Structural Geology 22 (5), 543-560, 2000
1112000
Intraplate strike-slip deformation belts
F Storti, RE Holdsworth, F Salvini
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 210 (1), 1-14, 2003
1102003
Continental reactivation and reworking: an introduction
RE Holdsworth, M Handa, JA Miller, IS Buick
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 184 (1), 1-12, 2001
1082001
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