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  1. Gajst, H., Weinberger, R., Zhu, W., Lyakhovsky, V., Marco, S., and Shalev, E. (2018). Effects of pre-existing faults on compaction localization in porous sandstones. Tectonophysics, 747-748, 1-15, (Download PDF file)

  2. Shalev, E., and Lyakhovsky, V. (2018). The role of the intermediate principal stress on the direction of damage zone during hydraulic stimulation. Int. J. Rock Mech. Mining Sci. 107, 86-93 (Download PDF file)

  3. Baer, G., Magen, Y., Nof, R.N., Raz,E., Lyakhovsky, V., and Shalev, E. (2018) InSAR measurements and viscoelastic modeling of sinkhole precursory subsidence: Implications for sinkhole formation, early warning and sediment properties. J. Geophys. Res.: Earth Surface, 123, 678-693. DOI10.1002/2017JF004594. (Download PDF file)

  4. Liao,Z., Reches, Z., Paton, G., Lyakhovsky,V., Ouenes, A., Cao, H., and Busetti, S. (2017), Introduction to special section: Fault damage zones. Interpretation, 5(4). (Download PDF file)

  5. Shalev, E., I. Kurzon, M.-L. Doan, and V. Lyakhovsky (2016), Sustained water-level changes caused by damage and compaction induced by teleseismic earthquakes. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 121, doi:10.1002/2016JB013068. (Download PDF file)

  6. Issachar, R., Levi, T., Lyakhovsky, V., Marco, S., and Weinberger, R. (2016). Improving the method of low-temperature anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (LT-AMS) measurements in air. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 17, doi:10.1002/2016GC006339. (Download PDF file)

  7. Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Zion, Y., Ilchev, A., and Mendecki, A. 2016. Dynamic rupture in a damage-breakage rheology model. Geophys. J. Int. 206, 1126-1143. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggw183 doi: 10.1093/gji/ggv483 (Download PDF file)

  8. Shalev, E., Kurzon, I., Doan, M.-L., and Lyakhovsky, V. 2016. Water-level oscillations caused by volumetric and deviatoric dynamic strains. Geophys. J. Int. 204, 841-851. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggv483 (Download PDF file)

  9. Rosenthal, M., Segev, A., Rybakov, M., Lyakhovsky, V., and Ben-Avraham, Z., 2015. The deep structure and density distribution of northern Israel and its surroundings, Technical report, July, 2015, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2733.2965 (Download PDF file)

  10. Wetzler, N., Sagy, A., Sagy, Y., Nahmias, Y., and Lyakhovsky, V., 2015. Active transform fault zone at the fringe of the Dead Sea Basin. Tectonics, 34, doi:10.1002/2015TC003827. (Download PDF file) (Download movie file)

  11. Lyakhovsky, V., Zhu, W., and Shalev, E. 2015. Visco-poroelastic damage model for brittle-ductile failure of porous rocks. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1002/2014JB011805. (Download PDF file)

  12. Regenauer-Lieb, K., G. Rosenbaum, V. Lyakhovsky, J. Liu, R.Weinberg, A. Segev, and Y.Weinstein, 2015. Melt instabilities in an intraplate lithosphere and implications for volcanism in the Harrat Ash-Shaam volcanic field (NW Arabia), J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, doi:10.1002/2014JB011403. (Download PDF file)

  13. Regenauer-Lieb, K., Bunger, A., Chua, H.T., Dyskin, A., Fusseis, F., Gaede, O., Jeffrey, R., Karrech, A., Kohl, T., Liu, J., Lyakhovsky, V., Pasternak, E., Podgorney, R., Poulet, T., Rahman, S., Schrank, C., Trefry, M., Veveakis, M., Wu, B., Yuen, D.A., Wellmann, F., and Zhang, X. 2015 . Deep Geothermal: The ‘Moon Landing’ Mission in the Unconventional Energy and Minerals Space, J. Earth Sci., 26, 2-10, DOI: 10.1007/s12583-015-0515-1 (Download PDF file)

  14. Xu, S. Ben-Zion, Y., Ampuero, J.-P., and Lyakhovsky, V., 2015. Dynamic ruptures on a frictional interface with off-fault brittle damage: Feedback mechanisms and effects on slip and near-fault motion, Pure Appl. Geophys., 172, doi: 10.1007/s00024-014-0923-7. (Download PDF file)
  15. Segev, A., Lyakhovsky, V., and Weinberger, R., 2014. Continental transform–rift interaction adjacent to a continental margin: The Levant case study. Earth-Sci. Rev., 139, 83-103 (Download PDF file)

  16. Lyakhovsky, V. and Ben-Zion, Y., 2014. A continuum damage-breakage faulting model and solid-granular transitions. Pure and Applied Geophysics. 171, 3099–3123, DOI 10.1007/s00024-014-0845-4 (Download PDF file)

  17. Lyakhovsky, V., Sagy, A., Boneh, Y., and Reches, Z. 2014. Fault wear by damage evolution during steady-state slip. Pure and Applied Geophysics. 171, 3143–3157, DOI 10.1007/s00024-014-0787-x (Download PDF file)

  18. Mikhailov, V.O., Panet, I., Hayn, M., Timoshkina, E.P., Bonvalot, S., Lyakhovsky, V., Diament, M., and de Viron, O., 2014. Comparative study of temporal variations in the Earths gravity field using GRACE gravity models in the regions of three recent giant earthquakes. Physics of the Solid Earth, Vol. 50, No. 2, pp. 177-191. (Download PDF file)

  19. Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Ougier-Simonin, A., Hamiel, Y. and Zhu, W., 2014. Inelastic compaction, dilation and hysteresis of sandstones under hydrostatic conditions. Geophys. J. Int., 197(2): 920-925, doi:10.1093/gji/ggu052 (Download PDF file)

  20. Lyakhovsky, V. and Ben-Zion, Y., 2014. Damage-Breakage rheology model and solid-granular transition near brittle instability. J. Mech. Phys. Solids, 64, 184-197. doi:10.1016/j.jmps.2013.11.007 (Download PDF file)

  21. Shalev, E., Calo, M., and Lyakhovsky, V., 2013. Formation of damage zone and seismic velocity variations during hydraulic stimulation: numerical modeling and field observations. Geophys. J. Int., 193, 209-219. doi:10.1093/gji/ggt279 (Download PDF file)

  22. Mikhailov, V., Lyakhovsky, V., Panet, I., van Dinther, Y., Diament, M., Gerya, T. deViron, O., and Timoshkina, E., 2013. Numerical modelling of post-seismic rupture propagation after the Sumatra 26.12.2004 earthquake constrained by GRACE gravity data. Geophys. J. Int., 194: 640-650. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggt145 (Download PDF file)

  23. Kafri, U., Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Wollman, S. and Yechieli, Y., 2013. Numerical modeling of seawater intrusion into endorheic hydrological systems. Hydrogeology Journal, 21, 1001-1010. doi:10.1007/s10040-013-0972-5 (Download PDF file)

  24. Shalev, E. and Lyakhovsky, V., 2013. The processes controlling damage zone propagation induced by wellbore fluid injection. Geophys. J. Int., 193, 209-219. doi:10.1093/gji/ggt002 (Download PDF file)

  25. Shalev, E. and Lyakhovsky, V., 2013. Modeling reservoir stimulation induced by wellbore fluid injection. Proceedings, Thirty-Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering Stanford University, Stanford, California, February 11-13, SGP-TR-198 (Download PDF file)

  26. Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Weinstein, Y., and Ben-Avraham, Z., 2013. The thermal structure of Israel and the Dead Sea Fault, Tectonophysics, 602, 69-77. doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2012.09.011 (Download PDF file)

  27. Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., 2012. Viscoelastic damage modeling of sinkhole formation, Journal of Structural Geology, 42, 163-170. doi: 10.1016/j.jsg.2012.05.010 (Download PDF file)

  28. Maimon, O., Lyakhovsky, V., Melnik, O.,and Navon, O., 2012. The propagation of a dyke driven by gas-saturated magma. Geophys. J. Int., 189, 956-966. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05342.x (Download PDF file)

  29. Lyakhovsky, V., Segev, A., Schattner, U., and Weinberger, R., 2012. Deformation and seismicity associated with continental rift zones propagating toward continental margins. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 13, doi:10.1029/2011GC003927. (Download PDF file)

  30. Kurzon, I., Lyakhovsky, V., Navon, O., and Chouet, B., 2011. Pressure waves in a supersaturated bubbly magma. Geophys. J. Int., 187, 421-438. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05152.x (Download PDF file)

  31. Finzi, Y., Hearn, E.H., Lyakhovsky, V., and Gross, L., 2011. Fault-zone healing effectiveness and the structural evolution of strike-slip fault systems. Geophys. J. Int., 186, 963-970. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05099.x (Download PDF file)

  32. Lyakhovsky, V., Hamiel, Y., and Ben-Zion, Y., 2011. A non-local visco-elastic damage model and dynamic fracturing. J. Mech. Phys. Solids, 59, 1752-1776. doi:10.1016/j.jmps.2011.05.016 (Download PDF file)

  33. Hamiel, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., and Ben-Zion, Y., 2011. The elastic strain energy of damaged solids with applications to nonlinear deformation of crystalline rocks. Pure Appl. Geophys. 168, 2199-2210. DOI 10.1007/s00024-011-0265-7 (Download PDF file)

  34. Segev, A., Schattner, U., and Lyakhovsky, V., 2011. Middle-Late Eocene structure of the southern Levant continental margin - Tectonic motion versus global sea-level change. Tectonophysics, 499, 165-177. (Download PDF file)

  35. Kurzon, I., Lyakhovsky, V., and Navon, O., 2011. Bubble growth in visco-elastic magma: implications to magma fragmentation and bubble nucleation. Bulletin of Volcanology. 73, 39-54, doi:10.1007/s00445-010-0402-7 (Download PDF file)

  36. Ben-Avraham, Z., Lyakhovsky, V., and Schubert, G., 2010. Drop-down formation of deep basins along the Dead Sea and other strike-slip fault systems. Geophys. J. Int. 181, 185-197. (Download PDF file)

  37. Lyakhovsky, V., and Hamiel, Y., 2010. Nonlinear elasticity and scalar damage rheology model for fractured rocks. In: Shear physics at the meso-scale in earthquake and landslide mechanics. Hatzor, Y. H., J. Sulem, and I. Vardoulakis (Editors). CRC Press/Balkema, The Netherlands, p. 123-132.

  38. Hamiel, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., Katz, O., Fialko, Y., and Reches, Z. 2010. Damage rheology and stable versus unstable fracturing of rocks. In: Shear physics at the meso-scale in earthquake and landslide mechanics. Hatzor, Y. H., J. Sulem, and I. Vardoulakis (Editors). CRC Press/Balkema, The Netherlands, p. 133-144.

  39. Lyakhovsky, V., and Y. Ben-Zion., 2009. Evolving geometrical and material properties of fault zones in a damage rheology model, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 10, Q11011, doi:10.1029/2009GC002543 (Download PDF file)

  40. Y. Yechieli, U. Kafri, S. Wollman, E. Shalev and V. Lyakhovsky. 2009. The effect of base level changes and geological structures on the location of the groundwater divide, as exhibited in the hydrological system between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Journal of Hydrology, 378, 218-229, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.09.023 (Download PDF file)

  41. V. Lyakhovsky, Y. Hamiel, P. Ampuero and Y. Ben-Zion. 2009. Nonlinear damage rheology and wave resonance in rocks. Geophys. J. Int. 178, 910-920. (Download PDF file)

  42. Y. Hamiel, V. Lyakhovsky, S. Stanchits, G. Dresen and Y. Ben-Zion. 2009. Brittle deformation and damage-induced seismic wave anisotropy in rocks. Geophys. J. Int. 178, 901-909. (Download PDF file)

  43. Y. Finzi, E.H. Hearn, Y. Ben-Zion and V. Lyakhovsky. 2009. Structural properties and deformation patterns of evolving strike-slip faults: Numerical simulations incorporating damage rheology. Pure and Appl. Geophys. 166, 1537-1573. (Download PDF file)

  44. T. Levi, R. Weinberger, Y. Eyal, V. Lyakhovsky and E. Heifetz, 2008. Velocities and driving pressures of clay-rich sediments injected into clastic dykes during earthquakes. Geophys. J. Int. 175, 1095-1107. (Download PDF file)

  45. Kiro, Y., Y. Yechieli, V. Lyakhovsky, E. Shalev, and A. Starinsky, 2008. Time response of the water table and saltwater transition zone to a base level drop, Water Resour. Res., 44, W12442, doi:10.1029/2007WR006752 (Download PDF file)

  46. N.G. Lensky, R.S.J. Sparks, O. Navon & V. Lyakhovsky, 2008. Cyclic activity at Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat: degassing-induced pressurization and stick-slip extrusion. In: Lane, S.J. & Gilbert, J.S. (eds) Fluid Motions in Volcanic Conduits: A Source of Seismic and Acoustic Signals. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 307, 169-188. (Download PDF file)

  47. I. Kurzon, V. Lyakhovsky, O. Navon & N.G. Lensky, 2008. Damping of pressure waves in visco-elastic, saturated bubbly magma. In: Lane, S.J. & Gilbert, J.S. (eds) Fluid Motions in Volcanic Conduits: A Source of Seismic and Acoustic Signals. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 307, 11-31. (Download PDF file)

  48. R.Weinberger, O.Maimon, Z.B.Begin, V. Lyakhovsky, 2008. Joint nucleation from cavity-shaped flaws: field observations, probability of occurance, and 3-D mechanical analysis, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 9,Q03020, doi:10.1029/2007GC001782. (Download PDF file)

  49. V. Lyakhovsky and Y. Ben-Zion, 2008. Scaling relations of earthquakes and aseismic deformation in a damage rheology model. Geophys. J. Int. 172, 651-662. (Download PDF file)

  50. U. Kafri, M. Goldman, V. Lyakhovsky, C. Scholl, a. Helwig, B. Tezkan, 2007. The configuration of the fresh-saline groundwater interface within the regional Judea Group carbonate aquifer in northern Israel between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea base levels as delineated by deep geoelectromagnetic soundings, Journal of Hydrology, 344, 123-134. (Download PDF file)

  51. E. Shalev, V. Lyakhovsky and Y. Yechieli, 2007. Is advective heat transport significant at the Dead Sea basin? Geofluids, 7, 292-300. (Download PDF file)

  52. Y. Yechieli, U. Kafri, S. Wolman, V. Lyakhovsky and R. Weinberger, 2007. On the relation between steep monoclinal flexure zones and steep hydraulic gradients. Groundwater, 45:616-626. (Download PDF file)

  53. V. Lyakhovsky and Y. Hamiel, 2007. Damage evolution and fluid flow in poroelastic rock. Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth, 43: 13-23. (Download PDF file)

  54. Y. Hamiel, O. Katz, V. Lyakhovsky, Z. Reches, and Y. Fialko, 2006. Stable and unstable damage evolution in rocks with implications to fracturing of granite. Geophys. J. Int. 167, 1005-1016, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03126.x (Download PDF file)

  55. A. Segev, M. Rybakov, V. Lyakhovsky, A. Hofstetter, G. Tibor, V. Goldshmidt, Z. Ben Avraham, 2006. The structure, isostasy and gravity field of the Levant continental margin and the southeast Mediterranean area. Tectonophysics 425: 137-157 (Download PDF file)

  56. R. Weinberger, V. Lyakhovsky, G. Baer, and Z. B. Begin, 2006 Mechanical modeling and InSAR measurements of Mount Sedom uplift, Dead Sea basin: Implications for effective viscosity of rock salt, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 7, Q05014, doi:10.1029/2005GC001185. (Download PDF file)

  57. L. Collier, J.W. Neuberg, N. Lensky, V. Lyakhovsky, O. Navon, 2006. Attenuation in gas-charged magma. J. Volcanology and Geothermal Res. 153:21-36 (Download PDF file)

  58. N.G. Lensky, R.W. Niebo, J.R. Holloway, V. Lyakhovsky, O. Navon, 2006. Bubble nucleation as a trigger for xenolith entrapment in mantle melts, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 245:278-288. (Download PDF file)

  59. Y. Ben-Zion and V. Lyakhovsky, 2006. Analysis of aftershocks in a lithospheric model with seismogenic zone governed by damage rheology. Geophys. J. Int.165, 197-210, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02878.x (Download PDF file)

  60. E. Shalev, V. Lyakhovsky, and Y. Yechieli, 2006. Salt dissolution and sinkhole formation along the Dead Sea shore. J. Geophys. Res., 111, B03102, doi:10.1029/2005JB004038. (Download PDF file)

  61. Lensky, N. G., Y. Dvorkin, V. Lyakhovsky, I Gertman, and I. Gavrieli, 2005. Water, salt, and energy balances of the Dead Sea, Water Resour. Res., 41, W12418, doi:10.1029/2005WR004084. (Download PDF file)

  62. Hamiel, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., Agnon, A., 2005. Rock dilation, nonlinear deformation, and pore pressure change under shear. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 237: 577-589 (Download PDF file)

  63. Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Zion, Y., Agnon, A., 2005. A viscoelastic damage rheology and rate- and state-dependent friction. Geophys. J. Int. 161:179-190. (Download PDF file)

  64. Hamiel, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., Agnon, A., 2005. Poroelastic damage rheology: Dilation, compaction, and failure of rocks. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 6, Q01008, doi:10.1029/2004GC000813. (Download PDF file)

  65. Hamiel, Y., Liu, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Zion, Y., Lockner, D., 2004. A viscoelastic damage model with applications to stable and unstable fracturing. Geophys. J. Int. 159:1155-1165. (Download PDF file)

  66. Hamiel, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., Agnon, A., 2004. Coupled evolution of damage and porosity in poroelastic media: theory and applications to deformation of porous rocks. Geophys. J. Int. 156:701-713. (Download PDF file)

  67. Lensky, N., Navon, O., Lyakhovsky, V., 2004. Bubble growth during decompression of magma: experimental and theoretical investigation. J. Volcanology and Geothermal Res. 129:7-22 (Download PDF file)

  68. Lensky, N.G., Niebo R.W., Holloway J., Lyakhovsky V., Navon O., 2002. Bubble nucleation as trigger for dike initiation in the mantle. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 66 (15A): A448-A448 Suppl. 1

  69. Amit, H., Lyakhovsky, V., Katz, A., Starinsky, A., and Burg, A., 2002. Interpretation of spring recession curves. Groundwater, 40:543-551. (Download PDF file)

  70. Ben-Zion, Y., Lyakhovsky, V., 2002. Accelerating seismic release and related aspects of seismicity patterns on earthquake faults. Pure and Appl. Geophys. 159:2385-2412. (Download PDF file)

  71. Basson, U., Ben-Avraham, Z., Garfunkel, Z., Lyakhovsky, V., 2002. Development of recent faulting in the southern Dead Sea Rift according to GPR imaging. European Geophysical Society (EGS) Stephan Mueller Special Publication Series, 2:1-23. (Download PDF file)

  72. Lensky, N., Lyakhovsky, V., Navon, O. 2002. Expansion dynamics of volatile-saturated fluid and bulk viscosity of bubbly magmas. J. Fluid Mechanics. 460:39-56. (Download PDF file)

  73. Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Zion, Y., Agnon, A., 2001. Earthquake cycle, fault zones and seismicity pattern s in a rheologically layered lithosphere. J. Geophys. Res. 106:4103-4120. (Download PDF file)

  74. Lensky N., Lyakhovsky V., Navon, O. 2001. Radial variations of melt viscosity around growing bubbles and gas overpressure in vesiculating magmas. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 186: 1-6. (Download PDF file)

  75. Lyakhovsky, V. 2001. Scaling of fracture length and distributed damage. Geophys. J. Int., 144:114-122. (Download PDF file)

  76. Lyakhovsky V., Ilchev A., and Agnon A., 2001. Modeling of damage and instabilities of rock mass by means of a non-linear rheological model. In: Dynamic rock mass response to mining, G. van Aswegen, R.J. Durrheim, W.D. Ortlepp (eds), Rockbursts and seismicity in mines; RaSiM-5, South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Johannesburg, SA, pp. 413-420. (Download PDF file)

  77. Ilchev A. and Lyakhovsky V., 2001. Practical aspects of the hybridization of the boundary integral method with damage rheology modeling for the assimilation of seismic data. In: Dynamic rock mass response to mining, G. van Aswegen, R.J. Durrheim, W.D. Ortlepp (eds), Rockbursts and seismicity in mines; RaSiM-5, South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Johannesburg, SA, pp. 421-426. (Download PDF file)

  78. Weinberger R., Lyakhovsky V., Aydin A., Katz Y., and Hamiel Y., 2001. Faiult-zone architecture, permeability structure and mechanical involvement of fluids in faulting; Stage II. Geol. Survey of Israel, TR-GSI/12/2001.

  79. Hurwitz, S., Stanislavsky, E., Lyakhovsky, V., and Gvirtzman, H., 2000. Groundwater interactions with an alternating fresh/saline water lake in a continental rift: Sea of Galilee, Israel. GSA Bulletin, 112:1694-1702. (Download PDF file)

  80. Hurwitz, S., Lyakhovsky, V., and Gvirtzman, H., 2000. Transient salt transport modeling of shallow brine beneath a fresh-water lake, the Sea of Galilee, Israel. Water Resources Research, 36:101-107.

  81. Weinberger, R., Lyakhovsky, V., Baer, G., and Agnon, A. 2000. Damage zone around en-echelon dyke segments in porous sandstone. J. Geophys. Res. 105:3115-3133. (Download PDF file)

  82. Burg, A., Kolodny, Y., and Lyakhovsky, V. 1999. Hatrurim-2000: The "Mottled Zone" revisited, forty years later. Isr. J. Earth Sci.; 48: 209-223. (Download PDF file)

  83. Ben-Zion, Y., Dahmen, K., Lyakhovsky, V., Ertas, D., and Agnon, A., 1999. Self-driven mode switching of earthquake activity on a fault system. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 172:11-21. (Download PDF file)

  84. Meriaux, C., Lister, J.R., Lyakhovsky, V., and Agnon, A. 1999. Dyke propagation and distributed damage of the host rock. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 165:177-185. (Download PDF file)

  85. Weinberger R, Lyakhovsky V., and Agnon A., 1999. Damage evolution and propagation path of en-echelon cracks. In: Rock mechanics for industry, Amadei, Kranz, Scott and Smealie (eds). Balkema, Rotterdam, pp 1125-1143

  86. Navon, O., Chekhmir, A., Lyakhovsky, V., 1998, Bubble growth in highly viscous melts: theory, experiments, and explosivity of lava domes. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 160:763-776. (Download PDF file)

  87. Navon, O. and Lyakhovsky, V., 1998. Vesiculation processes in Silicic Magmas. In: Gilbert, J.S. and Sparks R.S.J. (eds) The Physics of Explosive Volcanic Eruptions. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 145,27-50. (Download PDF file)

  88. Agnon, A., Lyakhovsky, V., Myers R., 1998. Simulated damage along faults in sandstone: Preliminary results and comparison with field observations, Stanford Rock Fracture Project, 9: 1-10.

  89. Lyakhovsky, V., Reches Z., Weinberger, R., Scott, T.E., 1997. Non-linear elastic behavior of damaged rocks. Geophys. J. Int. 130: 157-166. (Download PDF file)

  90. Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Zion, Y., Agnon, A., 1997. Distributed damage, faulting, and friction. J. Geophys. Res. 102: 27,635-27,649. (Download PDF file)

  91. Smolyaninova, E., Mikhailov, V., Lyakhovsky, V., 1997. Numerical modeling of regional and local stress field in the northern Black Sea. Physics Solid Earth, 4:74-82.

  92. Agnon A., Lyakhovsky V., Ben-Zion Y., 1997. Localization of distributed damage and strain to stick-slip faults. In: Localization phenomena and dynamics of brittle and granular systems, Columbia University, NY, C.H.Scholz (ed.), pp. 33-39.

  93. Lyakhovsky, V., Chekhmir A. and Navon, O. 1997. Bubble growth in highly viscous melts: theory, experiments and applications. Proceedings of the Unzen International Workshop: Decade Volcano and Scientific Drilling, Shimabara, Japan. (ed: S. Nakada) pp. 108-113.

  94. Lyakhovsky, V., Hurwitz, S., Navon, O. 1996. Bubble growth in rhyolitic melts: experimental and numerical investigations. Bull. Volcanology, 58: 19-32. (Download PDF file)

  95. Smolyaninova, E., Mikhailov, V., Lyakhovsky, V., 1996. Numerical modeling of regional neotectonic movements in the northern Black Sea. Tectonophysics, 266: 221-231 (Download PDF file)

  96. Weinberger R., Lyakhovsky V., Baer G., and Agnon A. 1996. Evolution of host-rock deformation and damaged zones around interacting en-echelon dyke segments. Geol. Survey of Israel, Current Res., 10: 74-78. (Download PDF file)

  97. Ben-Avraham, Z., Lyakhovsky, V., Grasso, M. 1995. Simulation of the collisional zone segmentation in the Central Mediterranean. Tectonophysics, 243: 57-68 (Download PDF file)

  98. Agnon, A, Lyakhovsky, V. 1995. Oceanic topography and heat flow: indications for a silent discharge of cold rock into the convecting earth. Geophys. Res. Lett. 22:1273-1276.

  99. Agnon A, Lyakhovsky V. 1995. Damage distribution and localization during dyke intrusion. In: Baer and Heimann (eds). Physics and Chemistry of Dykes, Balkema, Rotterdam. p. 65-78 (Download PDF file)

  100. Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Avraham, Z., Reznikov, M. 1994. Stress distribution over the Mozambique Ridge. Tectonophysics, 240:21-27 (Download PDF file)

  101. Lyakhovsky, V., Ben-Avraham, Z., Achmon, M. 1994. The origin of the Dead Sea rift. Tectonophysics, 240:29-43 (Download PDF file)

  102. Hurwitz, S., Lyakhovsky, V., and Navon, O. 1994. Diffusive growth of water bubbles in rhyolitic melts. Mineral. Mag. 58A, 440-441.

  103. Lyakhovsky, V., Podladchikov, Yu., Poliakov, A. 1993. Rheological model of a fractured solid. Tectonophysics, 226: 187-198 (Download PDF file)

  104. Poliakov A., Cundall P., Podladchikov Yu., Lyakhovsky V. 1993. An explicit inertial method for the simulation of viscoelastic flow: An evaluation of elastic effects on diapiric flow in two and three layer models. Proceeding of NATO Advanced Study Institute on Dynamic Modeling and Flow in the Earth and Planets. In: D.B.Stone and S.K.Runcorn (eds.), Flow and Creep in the Solar system: Observations, Modeling and Theory, Kluwerr, Holland, 175-195 (Download PDF file)

  105. Ben-Avraham, Z., Lyakhovsky, V. 1992. Faulting process along the northern Dead Sea transform and Levant margin. Geology, 20:1139-1142 (Download PDF file)

  106. Bolshoi, A., Cundall P.A., Podladchikov Y.Y., and Lyakhovsky V. 1992. An explicit inertial method for the simulation of viscoelastic flow: an evaluation of elastic effects on diapiric flow in two- and three-layer model. Univ. Minnesota Supercomputer Inst. Res. Report 92/110. 20 p.

  107. Fadeev V., Lyakhovsky V., and Oganesian M., 1992. Formulation of the reverse gravi-mechanical problem. In: A.V.Chekunov (ed.). Lithosphere of the Central and Eastern Europe. Ukranian Ac. Sci. p 73-83

  108. Mints, M., Kolpakov, N., Shenkman, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Smolyaninova, E. 1991. Geodynamical nature of some relief forming processes in Kola Peninsula. Geotectonics, 2:84-91

  109. Lyakhovsky, V., Myasnikov, V. 1991. Joint interpretation method of gravimetric and seismic measurements. Doklady Ac. Sci. USSR.

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