Williams, R.T., Beard, B.L., Goodwin, L.B., Sharp, W.D., Johnson, C.M., Mozley, P.S., Using radiogenic isotopes to find a ‘drop in a bucket’ – a fingerprint of multi-kilometer-scale fluid pathways driving fault-valve behavior. In Revision.
Williams, R.T., Goodwin, L.B. A new approach to statistical analysis of paleoseismic data confirms the fundamental periodicity of most large earthquakes. Submitted.
Williams, R.T., Goodwin, L.B., Sharp, P.S., Mozley, P.S. A 400,000-year record of earthquake frequency for an intraplate fault. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 114, n. 9, p. 4983-4898. Download.
Williams, R.T., Goodwin, L.B., Mozley, P.S. Diagenetic controls on the evolution of fault-zone architecture and permeability structure: implications for fault-zone fluid transport in extensional basins. GSA Bulletin, v. 129, n. 3-4, p. 464-478. Download.
Williams, R.T., Goodwin, L.B., Mozley, P.S., Beard, B.L., Johnson, C.M. 2015b. Tectonic controls on fault zone flow pathways in the Rio Grande rift, New Mexico, USA. Geology, v. 43 n. 8, p. 723-726. Download.
Williams, R.T., Farver, J.R., Onasch, C.M., Winslow, D.F. 2015a. An experimental investigation of the role of microfracture surfaces in controlling quartz precipitation rate: applications to fault zone diagenesis. Journal of Structural Geology, v. 74, p. 24-30. Download.