Rebecca Bell
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Characterizing the seismogenic zone of a major plate boundary subduction thrust: Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand
LM Wallace, M Reyners, U Cochran, S Bannister, PM Barnes, K Berryman, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 10 (10), 2009
Seismic reflection character of the Hikurangi subduction interface, New Zealand, in the region of repeated Gisborne slow slip events
R Bell, R Sutherland, DHN Barker, S Henrys, S Bannister, L Wallace, ...
Geophysical Journal International 180 (1), 34-48, 2010
Fault growth and interactions in a multiphase rift fault network: Horda Platform, Norwegian North Sea
OB Duffy, RE Bell, CAL Jackson, RL Gawthorpe, PS Whipp
Journal of Structural Geology 80, 99-119, 2015
Reactivation of intrabasement structures during rifting: A case study from offshore southern Norway
TB Phillips, CAL Jackson, RE Bell, OB Duffy, H Fossen
Journal of Structural Geology 91, 54-73, 2016
Fault architecture, basin structure and evolution of the Gulf of Corinth Rift, central Greece
RE Bell, LC McNeill, JM Bull, TJ Henstock, REL Collier, MR Leeder
Basin Research 21 (6), 824-855, 2009
Strain migration during multiphase extension: Observations from the northern North Sea
RE Bell, CAL Jackson, PS Whipp, B Clements
Tectonics 33 (10), 1936-1963, 2014
Basement structure and its influence on the structural configuration of the northern North Sea rift
H Fazlikhani, H Fossen, RL Gawthorpe, JI Faleide, RE Bell
Tectonics 36 (6), 1151-1177, 2017
Hikurangi margin tsunami earthquake generated by slow seismic rupture over a subducted seamount
R Bell, C Holden, W Power, X Wang, G Downes
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 397, 1-9, 2014
How do normal faults grow?
A Rotevatn, CAL Jackson, ABM Tvedt, RE Bell, I Blękkan
Journal of Structural Geology 125, 174-184, 2019
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
Rapid spatiotemporal variations in rift structure during development of the Corinth Rift, central Greece
CW Nixon, LC McNeill, JM Bull, RE Bell, RL Gawthorpe, TJ Henstock, ...
Tectonics 35 (5), 1225-1248, 2016
Evolution of the offshore western Gulf of Corinth
RE Bell, LC McNeill, JM Bull, TJ Henstock
Geological Society of America Bulletin 120 (1-2), 156-178, 2008
The influence of structural inheritance and multiphase extension on rift development, the NorthernNorth Sea
TB Phillips, H Fazlikhani, RL Gawthorpe, H Fossen, CAL Jackson, RE Bell, ...
Tectonics 38 (12), 4099-4126, 2019
Techniques to determine the kinematics of synsedimentary normal faults and implications for fault growth models
CAL Jackson, RE Bell, A Rotevatn, ABM Tvedt
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 439 (1), 187-217, 2017
The growth of non-colinear normal fault systems; What can we learn from 3D seismic reflection data?
MT Reeve, RE Bell, OB Duffy, CAL Jackson, E Sansom
Journal of Structural Geology 70, 141-155, 2015
Next-generation seismic experiments: wide-angle, multi-azimuth, three-dimensional, full-waveform inversion
J Morgan, M Warner, R Bell, J Ashley, D Barnes, R Little, K Roele, ...
Geophysical Journal International 195 (3), 1657-1678, 2013
Dual tectonic-climatic controls on salt giant deposition in the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil
CR Rodriguez, CAL Jackson, A Rotevatn, RE Bell, M Francis
Geosphere 14 (1), 215-242, 2018
Structural style and early stage growth of inversion structures: 3D seismic insights from the Egersund Basin, offshore Norway
CAL Jackson, ST Chua, RE Bell, C Magee
Journal of Structural Geology 46, 167-185, 2013
Fault‐controlled fluid flow inferred from hydrothermal vents imaged in 3D seismic reflection data, offshore NW Australia
C Magee, OB Duffy, K Purnell, RE Bell, CAL Jackson, MT Reeve
Basin Research 28 (3), 299-318, 2016
Comparing extension on multiple time and depth scales in the Corinth Rift, Central Greece
RE Bell, LC McNeill, TJ Henstock, JM Bull
Geophysical Journal International 186 (2), 463-470, 2011
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