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Publications by [Koehn D.]

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A quantitative description of rock discontinuities present in subsurface cores that were drilled (down to 20 m) in the marlsof the Laval and Moulin catchments near Draix (France) is presented.
Reference: "HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, Hydrol. Process. (2011)"
Vertical stylolites are pressure solution features, which are considered to be caused by horizontal tectonic loading, with the largest principal compressive stress being (sub-)parallel to the Earth's surface. In the present study we analyze the roughness of ...
Reference: JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 115, B06403, doi:10.1029/2009JB006649, 2010
Stylolites are rough surfaces that form by localized stress-induced dissolution. Using a set of limestone rock samples collected at different depths from a vertical section in Cirque de Navacelles (France), in this paper is studied the influence of the lithostatic ...
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters 277 (2009) 394-398