Bhattacharya, Pathikrit, Alan M. Rubin, Elsa Bayart, Heather M. Savage, and Chris Marone,

Critical Evaluation of state evolution laws in rate and state friction: fitting large velocity steps in simulated fault gouge with time-,slip- and stress-dependent constitutive laws, submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research, Solid Earth

Moore, J. Casey, Frederick M. Chester, Terry A. Plank, Pratigya J. Polissar, and Heather M. Savage. The Plate Boundary Thrust of the 2011 Great Tohoku Earthquake: Oceanographic Provenance and Controls on Slip Propagation, accepted at Geosphere.

Rabinowitz*, Hannah S., Heather M. Savage, Terry Plank, Pratigya J. Polissar, James D.

Kirkpatrick, and Christie D. Rowe, Multiple major faults at the Japan Trench:

Chemostratigraphy of the plate boundary at IODP Exp. 343: JFAST, in press at Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

van der Elst, Nicholas J. and Heather M. Savage. Frequency dependence of delayed and instantaneous triggering on laboratory and simulated faults governed by rate-state friction, in press at Journal of Geophysical Research – Solid Earth.

Sheppard**, Rachel, Pratigya J. Polissar, and Heather M. Savage, 2015. Organic thermal maturity as a proxy for

           frictional fault heating: experimental constraints on methylphenanthrene kinetics at earthquake timescales,    

           Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 151: 103-116.

Savage, Heather M., Pratigya J. Polissar, Rachel E. Sheppard, Christie D. Rowe, Emily E. Brodsky, 2014, Biomarkers heat up during earthquakes: New evidence of seismic slip from the rock record, Geology, 42(2), 99-102.

van der Elst, Nicholas J., Heather M. Savage, Katie Keranen, Geoff A. Abers, 2013. Enhanced remote earthquake triggering at fluid-injection sites in the Midwestern U.S., Science 341(6142), 164-167.

Kernanen, Katie, Heather M. Savage, Geoff A. Abers, Elizabeth Cochran, 2013. Potentially induced earthquakes in Oklahoma, USA: Links between wastewater injection and the 2011 Mw5.7 earthquake sequence, Geology 41(6), 699-702.

Rubinstein, Justin L.,William L. Ellsworth, Nicholas M. Beeler, Brian D. Kilgore, David A. Lockner, & Heather M. Savage. The Time-and Slip-Predictable Models Cannot be Dependably Used to Predict Earthquake Behavior 2: Laboratory Earthquakes, JGR 117 (B02307), doi:10.1029/2011JB008723..

Polissar, Pratigya J., Heather M. Savage, & Emily Brodsky. 2011. Extractable organic material in fault zones as a tool to investigate frictional stress, EPSL. Polissar_et_al_2011.pdf

Savage, Heather M. & Emily E. Brodsky. 2011. Collateral Damage: The Evolution with Displacement of Fracture Distribution and Secondary Fault Strands in Fault Damage Zones. SavageBrodsky2011.pdf

Savage, Heather M., J. Ryan Shackleton, Michele L. Cooke, and Jeffrey J. Riedel. 2010. Insights into fold growth using fold-related fracture patterns, 2010, Journal of Structural Geology.SavageShackletonCookeRiedel.pdf

Savage, Heather M. & Michele L. Cooke. 2010. Unlocking the effects of slip-weakening friction on fault damage zone patterns, Journal of Structural Geology Special Volume on Fault Zones. SavageCooke2010.pdf

Savage, Heather M. & Chris Marone. 2008. The potential for earthquake triggering from transient deformations, Journal of Geophysical Research 113, B05302, doi:10.1029/2007JB005277. SavageMaroneJGR2008.pdf

Johnson, Paul, Heather Savage, Chris Marone, Matthew Knuth, & Joan Gomberg. 2008. The role of sound accompanying stick-slip in granular media: implications to dynamic earthquake triggering, Nature 451, 57-60, doi:10.1038/nature06440. Johnson_et_al_Nature2008.pdf

Savage, Heather M. & Chris Marone 2007. The effects of shear velocity oscillations on stick-slip behavior in laboratory experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research. 112, B02301, doi:10.1029/2005JB004238. SavageMarone2007.pdf

Savage, Heather M. & Michele L. Cooke, 2004. The effect of non-parallel thrust fault interaction on fold patterns. Journal of Structural Geology 26(5), 905-917. SavageCooke2004.pdf

Savage, Heather M. & Michele L. Cooke, 2003. Can flat-ramp-flat fault geometry be inferred from fold shape? A comparison of kinematic and mechanical folds. Journal of Structural Geology 25(12), 2023-2034. SavageCooke2003.pdf