Hiroko Kitajima
Hiroko Kitajima
Associate Professor, Texas A&M University
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Elevated pore pressure and anomalously low stress in regions of low frequency earthquakes along the Nankai Trough subduction megathrust
H Kitajima, DM Saffer
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (23), 2012
Slow slip source characterized by lithological and geometric heterogeneity
PM Barnes, LM Wallace, DM Saffer, RE Bell, MB Underwood, A Fagereng, ...
Science Advances 6 (13), eaay3314, 2020
High‐speed friction of disaggregated ultracataclasite in rotary shear: Characterization of frictional heating, mechanical behavior, and microstructure evolution
H Kitajima, JS Chester, FM Chester, T Shimamoto
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B8), 2010
A rotary-shear low to high-velocity friction apparatus in Beijing to study rock friction at plate to seismic slip rates
S Ma, T Shimamoto, L Yao, T Togo, H Kitajima
Earthquake Science 27, 469-497, 2014
Hydraulic and acoustic properties of the active Alpine Fault, New Zealand: Laboratory measurements on DFDP-1 drill core
BM Carpenter, H Kitajima, R Sutherland, J Townend, VG Toy, DM Saffer
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 390, 45-51, 2014
Site C0012
M Strasser, B Dugan, K Kanagawa, GF Moore, S Toczko, L Maeda, Y Kido, ...
Proc. IODP| Volume 338, 2, 2014
Mechanical and hydraulic properties of Nankai accretionary prism sediments: Effect of stress path
H Kitajima, FM Chester, G Biscontin
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 13 (10), 2012
Displacement and dynamic weakening processes in smectite‐rich gouge from the Central Deforming Zone of the San Andreas Fault
ME French, H Kitajima, JS Chester, FM Chester, T Hirose
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (3), 1777-1802, 2014
Mixed deformation styles observed on a shallow subduction thrust, Hikurangi margin, New Zealand
Fagereng, HM Savage, JK Morgan, M Wang, F Meneghini, PM Barnes, ...
Geology 47 (9), 872-876, 2019
Dynamic weakening of gouge layers in high‐speed shear experiments: Assessment of temperature‐dependent friction, thermal pressurization, and flash heating
H Kitajima, FM Chester, JS Chester
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B8), 2011
In situ frictional properties of San Andreas Fault gouge at SAFOD
CG Coble, ME French, FM Chester, JS Chester, H Kitajima
Geophysical Journal International 199 (2), 956-967, 2014
Consolidation state of incoming sediments to the Nankai Trough subduction zone: Implications for sediment deformation and properties
H Kitajima, DM Saffer
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 15 (7), 2821-2839, 2014
In situ stress and pore pressure in the deep interior of the Nankai accretionary prism, integrated ocean drilling program site C0002
H Kitajima, D Saffer, H Sone, H Tobin, T Hirose
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (19), 9644-9652, 2017
Gas hydrate transect across northern Cascadia margin
M Riedel, T Collett, M Malone, F Akiba, M Blanc‐Valleron, M Ellis, ...
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 87 (33), 325-332, 2006
Expedition 338 summary
M Strasser, B Dugan, K Kanagawa, GF Moore, S Toczko, L Maeda, Y Kido, ...
Proc. IODP| Volume 338, 2, 2009
Increasing the penetration depth of microwave radiation using acoustic stress to trigger piezoelectricity
M Morte, J Dean, H Kitajima, B Hascakir
Energy & Fuels 33 (7), 6327-6334, 2019
Evolution of permeability across the transition from brittle failure to cataclastic flow in porous siltstone
MM Scuderi, H Kitajima, BM Carpenter, DM Saffer, C Marone
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16 (9), 2980-2993, 2015
Effects of temperature on the frictional behavior of material from the Alpine Fault Zone, New Zealand
RD Valdez II, H Kitajima, DM Saffer
Tectonophysics 762, 17-27, 2019
Site C00181
M Strasser, B Dugan, K Kanagawa, GF Moore, S Toczko, L Maeda, Y Kido, ...
Proc. IODP| Volume 338, 2, 2014
Strength and deformation behavior of the Shimanto accretionary complex across the Nobeoka thrust
H Kitajima, M Takahashi, M Otsubo, D Saffer, G Kimura
Island Arc 26 (4), e12192, 2017
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