Kathryn Hayward

PhD Candidate
Student - Earth Dynamics
Jaegar 2, G48
 +61 2 61251476

Profile

Qualifications

B. Comm (Dist), MNHD (Dist), MPhil

Research

Research interests

PhD Research: Understanding fault slip behaviour, slow and fast earthquakes, experimental fault mechanics and complementary field studies

Master of Philosophy Research: The stength and mechanical behaviour of quartz slip interfaces: An experimental investigation, link

Master of Natural Hazards and Disasters Research: Insights and potential limitations of Static Coloumb Stress Modelling for providing predictive risk information during the 2010-2012 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence

Teaching

2015, 2016: Course convenor of Field Geology and Mapping (EMSC3001)

2016: Convenor of the field geology component of Introduction to Structural and Field Geology (EMSC2012)

2014, 2015, 2016: Demonstrator for Structural Geology (EMSC3002)

2014, 2015, 2016: Demonstrator for the structural geology component of Introduction to Structural and Field Geology (EMSC2012)

Publications

Journal articles

K S Hayward, S F Cox, J D Fitz Gerald, B JJ Slagmolen, D A Shaddock, P W F Forsyth, M L Salmon, R P Hawkins, 2016 "Mechanical amorphization, flash heating, and frictional melting: Dramatic changes to fault surfaces during the first millisecond of earthquake slip", Geology, doi: 10.1130/G38242.1, link

 

Other publications

K S Hayward, 2015 "The strength and mechanical behaviour of quartz slip interfaces: An experimental investigation", MPhil Thesis, ANU, link

 

Conference papers

European Geophysical Union (EGU) Meeting, Vienna, Austria 2016 (Oral) ‘From flash heating to frictional melting: capturing the onset of microstructural changes to fault interfaces induced by slip at high normal stress’.

Royal Society Meeting on 'Faulting, friction and weakening: from slow to fast motion, Buckinghamshire, UK 2016 (Poster) Microstructural evidence of mechanical amorphisation, flash heating and frictional melting on quartz sliding interfaces’.

Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology, the Geological Society of Australia (SGTSG) Meeting, Caloundra, Queensland 2015 (Oral) ‘Rarely made or rarely preserved? Experimental insights into the formation and preservation of frictional melt’.

SGTSG Meeting, Caloundra, Queensland 2015 (Poster) ‘Faulting, fluids and fusion: frictional melting and cohesive strengthening on low displacement, misoriented fault interfaces’.

Deformation, Rheology and Tectonics (DRT) Conference, Aachen, Germany 2015 (Oral) ‘How common are pseudotachylytes? Experimental insights into formation and preservation of frictional melt on quartz fault interfaces’.

DRT Conference, Aachen, Germany 2015 (Poster) ‘Rethinking pseudotachylyte formation: the generation of frictional melt in both dry and saturated conditions on low displacement, misoriented fault interfaces’.

Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU, School Seminar, 2015Faulting, friction and fusion: the mechanical behaviour of bare fault interfaces’.

SGTSG Meeting, Thredbo, NSW 2014 (Oral) ‘From gouge to slickenlines: the evolution of microstructure on experimental bare interface faults at conditions simulating increasing depth in the continental crust’.

SGTSG Meeting, Thredbo, NSW 2014 (Poster) ‘Static Coulomb stress modelling in a complex earthquake sequence: can it provide useful information for earthquake risk analysis?’

Annual Conference of the Geoscience Society of New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand 2013 (Oral) ‘Static Coulomb stress modelling in a complex earthquake sequence: can it provide useful information for earthquake risk analysis?’

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