College of Science and Mathematics
61 achievements

61 achievements

Wakabayashi, John
Hitz, B., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2012). Unmetamorphosed sedimentary mélange with high-pressure metamorphic blocks in a nascent forearc basin setting.  Tectonophysics.
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Osozawa, S., Tsai, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2012). Folding of granite and Cretaceous exhumation associated with regional-scale flexural slip folding and ridge subduction, Kitakami zone, northeast Japan.  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences.
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Osozawa, S., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2012). Exhumation of Triassic HP–LT rocks by upright extrusional domes and overlying detachment faults, Ishigaki-jima, Ryukyu islands.  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences.
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Prohoroff, R., Wakabayashi, J., & Dumitru, T.  (2012). Sandstone matrix olistostrome deposited on intra-subduction complex serpentinite, Franciscan Complex, western Marin County, California.  Tectonophysics.
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Ghatak, A., Basu, A., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2011). Elemental mobility in subduction metamorphism: Insight from metamorphic rocks of the Franciscan Complex and the Feather River ultramafic belt, California.  International Geology Review. 54(6), 654-685.
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Newton, G., Leung, S., Fahey, R., Wakabayashi, J., & Rawat, M.  (2011). The DinB superfamily includes novel mycothiol, bacillithiol, and glutathione S-transferases.  Biochemistry. 50(49), 10751-10760.
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Osozawa, S., Shinjo, R., Armid, A., Watanabe, Y., Horiguchi, T., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2011). Palaeogeographic reconstruction of the 1.55 Ma synchronous isolation of the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, and Taiwan and inflow of the Kuroshio warm current.  International Geology Review. 54(12), 1369-1388.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2011). Mélanges of the Franciscan Complex, California: Diverse structural settings, evidence for sedimentary mixing, and their connection to subduction processes.  Mélanges: Processes of formation and societal significance. (pp.117-141) Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2011). Subducted sedimentary serpentinite mélanges: Record of multiple burial–exhumation cycles and subduction erosion.  Tectonophysics.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Dilek, Y.  (2011). Introduction: Characteristics and tectonic settings of mélanges, and their significance for societal and engineering problems.  Geological Society of America Special Papers. v-x.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Dilek, Y.  (2011). Mélanges: Processes of formation and societal significance.  Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Dumitru, T., Wakabayashi, J., Wright, J., & Wooden, J.  (2010). Early Cretaceous transition from nonaccretionary behavior to strongly accretionary behavior within the Franciscan subduction complex.  Tectonics. 29(5), TC5001.
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Snow, C., Wakabayashi, J., Ernst, W., & Wooden, J.  (2010). Detrital zircon evidence for progressive underthrusting in Franciscan metagraywackes, west-central California.  Geological Society of America Bulletin. 122(1-2), 282-291.
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Snow, C., Wakabayashi, J., Ernst, W., & Wooden, J.  (2010). SHRIMP-based depositional ages of Franciscan metagraywackes, west-central California.  Geological Society of America Bulletin. 282-291.
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Wakabayashi, J., Ghatak, A., & Basu, A.  (2010). Suprasubduction-zone ophiolite generation, emplacement, and initiation of subduction: A perspective from geochemistry, metamorphism, geochronology, and regional geology.  Geological Society of America Bulletin. 122(9-10), 1548-1568.
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Wakabayashi, J., Ghatak, A., & Basu, A.  (2010). Tectonic setting of supra subduction zone ophiolite generation and subduction initiation as revealed through geochemistry and regional field relationships.  Geological Society of America Bulletin. 1548-1568.
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Kemp, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2009). Late Cenozoic uplift and associated landscape evolution of the Sierra Nevada. Presented at California: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.
Smart, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2009). Hot and deep: Rock record of subduction initiation and exhumation of high-temperature, high-pressure metamorphic rocks, Feather River ultramafic belt, California.  Lithos. 113(1–2), 292-305.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2009). Insight into Franciscan mélange development from sedimentary breccias, field relations, and block types.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. 41(7), 403.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2008). Franciscan Complex, California: Problems in recognition of melanges, and the gap between research knowledge and professional practice. Presented at The 42nd U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, San Francisco, CA.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Dumitru, T.  (2007). 40Ar/39Ar Ages from Coherent, High-Pressure Metamorphic Rocks of the Franciscan Complex, California: Revisiting the Timing of Metamorphism of the World's Type Subduction Complex.  International Geology Review. 49(10), 873-906.
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Moores, E., Wakabayashi, J., Unruh, J., & Waechter, S.  (2006). A transect spanning 500 million years of active plate margin history: Outline and field guide.  1906 San Francisco earthquake centennial field guides: Field trips associated with the 100th anniversary conference, 18-23 April 2006, San Francisco, California. Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Tsujimori, T., Matsumoto, K., Wakabayashi, J., & Liou, J.  (2006). Franciscan eclogite revisited: Reevaluation of the P-T evolution of tectonic blocks from Tiburon Peninsula, California, U.S.A.  Mineralogy and Petrology. 88(1), 243-267.
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Saha, A., Basu, A., Wakabayashi, J., & Wortman, G.  (2005). Geochemical evidence for a subducted infant arc in Franciscan high-grade-metamorphic tectonic blocks.  Geological Society of America Bulletin. 117(9-10), 1318-1335.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2005). Franciscan Complex and Coast Range Ophiolite, eastern margin of San Francisco Bay, California: Major components of the former convergent plate boundary.  Mesozoic tectonic assembly of California: Fieldtrip guidebook and volume prepared for the Joint Meeting of the Cordilleran Section, GSA and Pacific Section, AAPG, April 29-May 1, 2005, San Jose, California: Fieldtrips 15 and 4. Fullerton, CA: Pacific Section SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology).
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Anczkiewicz, R., Platt, J., Thirlwall, M., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2004). Franciscan subduction off to a slow start: Evidence from high-precision Lu-Hf garnet ages on high grade-blocks.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 225(1), 147.
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Harrison, S., Safford, H., & Wakabayashi, J.  (2004). Does the Age of Exposure of Serpentine Explain Variation in Endemic Plant Diversity in California?.  International Geology Review. 46(3), 235-242.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2004). Tectonic mechanisms associated with P–T paths of regional metamorphism: alternatives to single-cycle thrusting and heating.  Tectonophysics. 392(1–4), 193-218.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (2004). Contrasting Settings of Serpentinite Bodies, San Francisco Bay Area, California: Derivation from the Subducting Plate vs. Mantle Hanging Wall?.  International Geology Review. 46(12), 1103-1118.
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Wakabayashi, J., Hengesh, J., & Sawyer, T.  (2004). Four-dimensional transform fault processes: progressive evolution of step-overs and bends.  Tectonophysics. 392(1–4), 279-301.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Medley, E.  (2004). Geological Characterization of Melanges for Practitioners.  Felsbau. 22(5), 10.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Dilek, Y.  (2003). What constitutes emplacement of an ophiolite?: Mechanisms and relationship to subduction initiation and formation of metamorphic soles.  Ophiolites in Earth history. London: Geological Society.
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Moores, E., Wakabayashi, J., & Unruh, J.  (2002). Crustal-Scale Cross-Section of the U.S. Cordillera, California and Beyond, Its Tectonic Significance, and Speculations on the Andean Orogeny.  International Geology Review. 44(6), 479-500.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Sawyer, T.  (2001). Stream Incision, Tectonics, Uplift, and Evolution of Topography of the Sierra Nevada, California.  The Journal of Geology. 109(5).
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Wakabayashi, J., & Dilek, Y.  (2000). Spatial and temporal relations between ophiolites and their subophiolitic soles: A test of models of forearc ophiolite genesis.  Ophiolites and oceanic crust: New insights from field studies and the ocean drilling program. Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Sawyer, T.  (2000). Neotectonics of the Sierra Nevada and the Sierra Nevada-Basin and Range Transition, California, with field trip stop descriptions for the northeastern Sierra Nevada.  Field guide to the geology and tectonics of the northern Sierra Nevada: National Association of Geoscience Teachers, Far-Western Section Fall Conference. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology.
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Moores, E., Dilek, Y., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1999). California terranes.  Classic Cordilleran concepts: A view from California. Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1999). Distribution of displacement on and evolution of a young transform fault system: The northern San Andreas fault system, California.  Tectonics. 18(6), 1245-1274.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1999). The Franciscan Complex, San Francisco Bay area: A record of subduction processes.  Geologic field trips in Northern California. Sacramento, Calif.: Dept. of of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1999). Subduction and the rock record: Concepts developed in the Franciscan Complex, California.  Classic Cordilleran concepts: A view from California. Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Sawyer, T.  (1998). Paleoseismic investigation of the Miller Creek fault, eastern San Francisco Bay area, California.  Hayward, CA: J. Wakabayashi.
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Buising, A., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1996). Late Cenozoic structures between San Leandro Reservoir and Dublin Canyon, eastern San Francisco Bay area, California.  Toward assessing the seismic risk associated with blind faults, San Francisco Bay Region, California. [Menlo Park, CA]: U.S. Geological Survey.
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Hengesh, J., Wakabayashi, J., & Nolan, J.  (1996). Paleoseismic investigation of the Serra fault, San Francisco Peninsula, California.  San Francisco, CA: The Firm.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1996). Tectono-Metamorphic Impact of a Subduction-Transform Transition and Implications for Interpretation of Orogenic Belts.  International Geology Review. 38(11), 979-994.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Hengesh, J.  (1995). Distribution of late Cenozoic displacement on the San Andreas fault system, northern California.  Recent geologic studies in the San Francisco Bay Area. (pp.19-30) Fullerton, CA: Pacific Section of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Hengesh, J.  (1995). Dextral translation and progressive emergence of the Pleistocene Merced basin and implications for timing of initiation of the San Francisco Peninsula segment of the San Andreas fault.  Recent geologic studies in the San Francisco Bay Area. (pp.47-54) Fullerton, CA: Pacific Section of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Unruh, J.  (1995). Tectonic wedging, blueschist metamorphism, and exposure of blueschists: Are they compatible?.  Geology. 23(1).
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Hengesh, J., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1994). Quaternary deformation between Coyote Point and Lake Merced on the San Francisco Peninsula: Implications for evolution of the San Andreas Fault.  San Francisco, CA: Dames & Moore.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Smith, D.  (1994). Evaluation of Recurrence Intervals, Characteristic Earthquakes and Slip Rates Associated with Thrusting along the Coast Range-Central Valley Geomorphic Boundary, California.  Bulletin- Seismological Society of America. 84(6), 1960.
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Volpe, R., Kissick, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1992). Seismic hazard in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Region, California: Insight from probabilistic seismic risk analyses.  Proceedings of the Second Conference on Earthquake Hazards in the Eastern San Francisco Bay Area. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1992). Metamorphism and tectonic origin of Franciscan metabasites and a field trip guide to three localities in the San Francisco Bay area.  Field guide to the geology and metamorphism of the Franciscan Complex and Western Metamorphic Belt of northern California. (pp.1-11) Sacramento, CA (801 K St., Sacramento 95814): California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1992). Nappes, tectonics of oblique plate convergence, and metamorphic evolution related to 140 million years of continuous subduction, Franciscan Complex, California.  Journal of Geology. 19-40.
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Wakabayashi, J., Smith, D., & Hamilton, D.  (1992). The Miller Creek Fault and related structures: Neogene kinematics of a potentially active thrust system in the East Bay Hills, California.  Proceedings of the Second Conference on Earthquake Hazards in the Eastern San Francisco Bay Area. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology.
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Harper, G., Grady, K., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1990). A structural study of the metamorphic sole beneath the Josephine ophiolite, western Klamath terrane.  Paleozoic and early Mesozoic paleogeographic relations: Sierra Nevada, Klamath Mountains, and related terranes. Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1990). Counterclockwise P-T-t Paths from Amphibolites, Franciscan Complex, California: Relics from the Early Stages of Subduction Zone Metamorphism.  The Journal of Geology. 98(5), 657-680.
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Wahrhaftig, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1989). The Franciscan Complex: Introduction.  Geology of San Francisco and vicinity: San Francisco Bay region, California, July 1-7, 1989. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
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Wahrhaftig, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1989). The Franciscan Complex: Tectonostratigraphic terranes.  Geology of San Francisco and vicinity: San Francisco Bay region, California, July 1-7, 1989. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
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Wahrhaftig, C., & Wakabayashi, J.  (1989). The Franciscan Complex: Basalts.  Geology of San Francisco and vicinity: San Francisco Bay region, California, July 1-7, 1989. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
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Wakabayashi, J.  (1989). Baker Beach amphibolite & Ring Mtn. amphibolites: Counterclockwise P-T paths in Franciscan amphibolites.  Geology of San Francisco and vicinity: San Francisco Bay region, California, July 1-7, 1989. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
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Wakabayashi, J., & Moores, E.  (1988). Evidence for the Collision of the Salinian Block with the Franciscan Subduction Zone, California.  The Journal of Geology. 96(2), 245-253.
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Dundas, R., Harmsen, F., & Wakabayashi, J.  Mammuthus and Camelops from Pleistocene Strata along the Caltrans State Route 180 West Project, Fresno, California. Presented at Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs.