Chris Marone - Curriculum Vitae#

Research Interests

Marone’s recent research has focused on earthquake physics, friction, and geomechanics. Recent themes have included: 1) slow earthquakes and the spectrum of tectonic fault slip behaviors, 2) rate-state friction mechanics, fault healing and the application of laboratory derived friction constitutive laws to faulting, 3) rock-fluid interaction, reservoir properties, and poromechanics of rock deformation, 4) the role of dynamic stressing in frictional instability, 5) granular mechanics and the effect of particle properties on friction and jamming, 6) the role of shear fabric and clay mineralogy on the frictional strength and constitutive properties of fault rocks, 7) the strength and rheology of fault rocks in nature, with particular focus on samples recovered in scientific drilling.

Scientific Impact

Citation Indices and Research impact Google Scholar: h-index 69, Citations 18,000+
Chris Marone is author/editor of 3 books, 3 special volumes, and 200+ Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals. He has 14 publications in Nature and Science and milestone works with more than 1900 citations.

  • 1988 Ph.D. Geophysics Columbia University
  • 1987 M. Phil. Geophysics Columbia University
  • 1984 M.A. Geophysics Columbia University
  • 1981 B.A. Geology Binghamton University

nal Affiliations (most recent)
  • 2020 Professore Ordinario, La Sapienza Università di Roma
  • 2003 Professor of Geophysics, Th
  • 1997 - 2000 Assoc. Prof. of Geophysics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    e Pennsylvania State University
  • 2014 - 2019 Assoc. Dir., Institute for Natural Gas Research, The Pennsylvania State Univ.
  • 2009 - 2014 Associate Head, Dept. of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 2007 - 2008 Visiting Fellow, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Roma
  • 2001 - 2003 Assoc. Prof. of Geophysics, The Pennsylvania State University
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