Carl Renshaw
Carl Renshaw
Dartmouth Earth Sciences
Verified email at dartmouth.edu
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An experimentally verified criterion for propagation across unbounded frictional interfaces in brittle, linear elastic materials
CE Renshaw, DD Pollard
International journal of rock mechanics and mining sciences & geomechanics …, 1995
5891995
On the relationship between mechanical and hydraulic apertures in rough‐walled fractures
CE Renshaw
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B12), 24629-24636, 1995
3501995
Isotopic evolution of a seasonal snowpack and its melt
S Taylor, X Feng, JW Kirchner, R Osterhuber, B Klaue, CE Renshaw
Water Resources Research 37 (3), 759-769, 2001
2292001
Numerical simulation of fracture set formation: A fracture mechanics model consistent with experimental observations
CE Renshaw, DD Pollard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B5), 9359-9372, 1994
1831994
Universal behaviour in compressive failure of brittle materials
CE Renshaw, EM Schulson
Nature 412 (6850), 897-900, 2001
1812001
The educational effectiveness of computer-based instruction
CE Renshaw, HA Taylor
Computers & Geosciences 26 (6), 677-682, 2000
1732000
Effect of mechanical interactions on the scaling of fracture length and aperture
CE Renshaw, JC Park
Nature 386 (6624), 482-484, 1997
1501997
Landfill-stimulated iron reduction and arsenic release at the Coakley Superfund Site (NH)
JL Delemos, BC Bostick, CE Renshaw, S StÜrup, X Feng
Environmental science & technology 40 (1), 67-73, 2006
1462006
Connectivity of joint networks with power law length distributions
CE Renshaw
Water Resources Research 35 (9), 2661-2670, 1999
1121999
The efficacy of stream power and flow duration on geomorphic responses to catastrophic flooding
FJ Magilligan, EM Buraas, CE Renshaw
Geomorphology 228, 175-188, 2015
1022015
Influence of subcritical fracture growth on the connectivity of fracture networks
CE Renshaw
Water Resources Research 32 (6), 1519-1530, 1996
971996
On the initiation of shear faults during brittle compressive failure: A new mechanism
EM Schulson, D Iliescu, CE Renshaw
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B1), 695-705, 1999
871999
Are large differential stresses required for straight fracture propagation paths?
CE Renshaw, DD Pollard
Journal of Structural Geology 16 (6), 817-822, 1994
781994
Isotopic evolution of snowmelt 1. A physically based one‐dimensional model
X Feng, S Taylor, CE Renshaw, JW Kirchner
Water Resources Research 38 (10), 35-1-35-8, 2002
752002
Measuring fracture apertures: A comparison of methods
CE Renshaw, JS Dadakis, SR Brown
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (2), 289-292, 2000
722000
Impact of reach geometry on stream channel sensitivity to extreme floods
EM Buraas, CE Renshaw, FJ Magilligan, WB Dade
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (13), 1778-1789, 2014
692014
Mechanical controls on the spatial density of opening-mode fracture networks
CE Renshaw
Geology 25 (10), 923-926, 1997
601997
Permeability reductions induced by sorption of surfactant
CE Renshaw, GD Zynda, JC Fountain
Water resources research 33 (3), 371-378, 1997
601997
Improving computer-assisted instruction in teaching higher-order skills
KJ Sinclair, CE Renshaw, HA Taylor
Computers & Education 42 (2), 169-180, 2004
552004
A volcanotectonic cascade: Activation of range front faulting and eruptions by dike intrusion, Mono Basin‐Long Valley Caldera, California
M Bursik, C Renshaw, J McCalpin, M Berry
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B8), 2003
532003
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