Shmulik Marco The School of Geosciences

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  1. Matthews, A., Reymer, A. P. S., Avigad, D., Cochin, J., and Marco, S., 1989. Pressures and temperatures of Pan-African high grade metamorphism in the Eilat association, NE Sinai. Isr. J. Earth Sci., 38: 1-17. pdf
  2. Braun, D., Ron, H., and Marco, S., 1991. Magnetostratigraphy of the hominid tool-bearing Erk el Ahmar formation in the northern Dead Sea Rift. Isr. J. Earth Sci., 40: 191-197. pdf
  3. Marco, S., Ron, H., Matthews, A., Beyth, M., and Navon, O., 1993. Chemical remanent magnetism related to the Dead Sea rift: evidence from Pan African igneous rocks of Timna, southern Israel. J. Geophys. Res., 98: 16001-16012. pdf
  4. Marco, S., and Agnon, A., 1995. Prehistoric earthquake deformations near Masada, Dead Sea graben. Geology, 23: 695-698. pdf
  5. Marco, S., Stein, M., Agnon, A., and Ron, H., 1996. Long term earthquake clustering: a 50,000 year paleoseismic record in the Dead Sea Graben. J. Geophys. Res., 101: 6179-6192. pdf
  6. Marco, S., Agnon, A., Ellenblum, R., Eidelman, A., Basson, U., and Boas, A., 1997. 817-year-old walls offset sinistrally 2.1 m by the Dead Sea Transform, Israel. Journal of Geodynamics, 24: 11-20. pdf
  7. Marco, S., Ron, H., McWilliams, M. O., and Stein, M., 1998. High-Resolution Record of Geomagnetic Secular Variation from Late Pleistocene Lake Lisan Sediments (Paleo Dead Sea). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 161: 145-160. pdf
  8. Ellenblum, R., Marco, S., Agnon, A., Rockwell, T., and Boas, A., 1998. Crusader castle torn apart by earthquake at dawn, 20 May 1202. Geology, 26: 303-306. pdf
  9. Marco, S., Ron, H., McWilliams, M. O., and Stein, M., 1999. The locking in of remanence in Late Pleistocene sediments of Lake Lisan (palaeo Dead Sea). In: Tarling, D. H. and Turner, P. (Editors), Palaeomagnetism and Diagenesis in Sediments. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, London, 151: 47-52. pdf
  10. Machlus, M., Enzel, Y., Goldstein, S. L., Marco, S., and Stein, M., 2000. Reconstruction of low-stands of Lake Lisan between 55 and 35 kyr. Quaternary International, 73/74: 137-144. pdf
  11. Ken-Tor, R., Agnon, A., Enzel, Y., Marco, S., Negendank, J. F. W., and Stein, M., 2001. High-resolution geological record of historic earthquakes in the Dead Sea basin. J. Geophys. Res., 106: 2221-2234. pdf
  12. Ken-Tor, R., Stein, M., Enzel, Y., Agnon, A., Marco, S., and Negendank, J. F. W., 2001. Precision of calibrated radiocarbon ages of historic earthquakes in the Dead Sea Basin. Radiocarbon, 43: 1371-1382. pdf
  13. Nadel, D., Belitzky, S., Boaretto, E., Carmi, I., Heinemeier, J., Werker, E., and Marco, S., 2001. New dates from submerged Late Pleistocene sediments in the southern Sea of Galilee, Israel. Radiocarbon, 43: 1167-1178. pdf
  14. Shaked, Y., Agnon, A., Cohen, C., Lazar, B., Marco, S., Sass, E., and Stein, M. 2002. Late Holocene shorelines at the Gulf of Elat: Migrating shorelines despite tectonic and sea level stability. EGS Stephan Mueller Special Publication Series 2:105-111. pdf
  15. Marco, S., Weinberger, R., and Agnon, A., 2002. Radial clastic dykes formed by a salt diapir in the Dead Sea Rift, Israel. Terra Nova, 14:288-294. pdf
  16. Marco, S., 2002, Late Pleistocene paleomagnetic secular variation from the Sea of Galilee, Israel: Geophys. Res. Letters, v. 29, p. doi:10.1029/2001GL014038. pdf
  17. Marco, S., Hartal, M., Hazan, N., Lev, L. and Stein, M., 2003. Archaeology, history, and geology of the 749 AD earthquake, Dead Sea Transform. Geology, 31:665-668 (DOI: 10.1130G19516.1). pdf
  18. Marco, S., and Agnon, A., 2005. Repeated earthquake faulting revealed by high-resolution stratigraphy. Tectonophysics 408 (1-4):101-112. pdf
  19. Segal, Y., Marco, S. and Ellenblum, R., 2003. Intensity and direction of the geomagnetic field in 24 August, 1179 measured in Vadum Iacob (Ateret) Crusader Fortress, northern Israel. Isr. J. Earth Sci., 52:203-208. pdf
  20. Shaked, Y., Lazar, B., Marco, S., Stein, M., Tchernov, D. and Agnon, A., 2003. Detailed evolution of fringing reefs: space and time constraints from the Gulf of Aqaba. Coral Reefs, DOI: 10.1007s00338-004-0454-2. pdf
  21. Shaked, Y., Agnon, A., Lazar, B., Marco, S., Avner, U. and Stein, M., 2004. Large earthquakes kill coral reefs at the NW Gulf of Aqaba. Terra Nova, 16(3): 133-138. pdf
  22. Eppelbaum, L., Ben-Avraham, Z., Katz, Y. and Marco, S., 2003. Lake Kinneret: comprehensive analysis of magnetic anomalies. Isr. J. Earth Sci., 53:151-171. pdf
  23. Hazan, N., Stein, M. and Marco, S., 2004. Lake Kinneret levels and active faulting in the Tiberias area. Isr. J. Earth Sci., 53:199-205. pdf
  24. Hazan, N., Stein, M., Agnon, A., Marco, S., Nadel, D., Schwab, M., Negendank, J. and Neev, D., 2005. The late Pleistocene-Holocene limnological history of Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee). Quaternary Research, 63:60-77. pdf
  25. Begin, B.Z., Steinberg, D.M., Ichinose, G.A. and Marco, S., 2005. A 40,000 years unchanging seismic regime in the Dead Sea Rift. Geology, 33(4):257-260. pdf
  26. Marco, S., Rockwell, T.K., Heimann, A., Frieslander, U. and Agnon, A., 2005. Late Holocene slip of the Dead Sea Transform revealed in 3D palaeoseismic trenches on the Jordan Gorge segment. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 234(1-2): 189-205 . pdf
  27. Shtivelman, V., Marco, S., Reshef, M., Agnon, A. and Hamiel, Y., 2005. Using trapped waves for mapping shallow fault zones. Near Surface Geophysics, 3: 95-101. pdf
  28. Heifetz, E., Agnon, A. and Marco, S., 2005. Soft sediment deformation by Kelvin Helmholtz Instability: A case from Dead Sea earthquakes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 236:497-504. pdf
  29. Michetti, A.M., Audemard, F. and Marco, S., 2005. Future trends in Paleoseismology: Integrated study of the Seismic Landscape as a vital tool in Seismic Hazard Analyses. Tectonophysics, 408 (1-4): 3-21. pdf
  30. Levi, T., Weinberger, R., Aifa, T., Eyal, Y. and Marco, S., 2006. Earthquake-induced clastic dikes in the Dead Sea rift detected by anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility. Geology, 34(2):69-71. pdf
  31. Ron, H., Nowaczyk, N.R., Frank, U., Marco, S., and McWilliams, M.O., 2006, Magnetic properties of Lake Lisan and Holocene Dead Sea sediments and the fidelity of chemical and detrital remanent magnetization, in Enzel, Y., Agnon, A., and Stein, M., eds., New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research: Geological Society of America Special Paper 401, p. 171-182. pdf
  32. Agnon, A., Migowski, C., and Marco, S., 2006, Intraclast breccia layers in laminated sequences: recorders of paleo-earthquakes, in Enzel, Y., Agnon, A., and Stein, M., eds., New Frontiers in Dead Sea Paleoenvironmental Research: Geological Society of America Special Paper 401. pdf
  33. Levi, T., Weinberger, R., Aïfa, T., Eyal, Y., and Marco, S., 2006, Injection mechanism of clay-rich sediments into dikes during earthquakes: Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems, Volume 7(12) (Q12009) doi:10.1029/2006GC001410. pdf
  34. Filin, S., Avni, Y., Marco, S., and Baruch, A., 2006, Land degradation monitoring using airborne laser scanning: International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Archives, v. XXXVI, p. 1-6. pdf
  35. Reshef, M., Ben-Avraham, Z., Tibor, G., and Marco, S., 2006, The use of acoustic imaging to reveal fossil fluvial systems – a case study from the southwestern Sea of Galilee: Geomorphology, v. 83, p. 58-66. pdf
  36. Marco, S., 2007, Temporal variation in the geometry of a strike-slip fault zone: Examples from the Dead Sea Transform: Tectonophysics, v. 445, p. 186 – 199. pdf
  37. Marco, S., 2008, Recognition of earthquake-related damage in archaeological sites: Examples from the Dead Sea fault zone: Teconophysics, v. 453, p. 148–156. pdf
  38. Lev, L., Boaretto, E., Heller, J., Marco, S., and Stein, M., 2007, The feasibility of using Melanopsis shells as radiocarbon chronometers, Lake Kinneret, Israel: Radiocarbon, v. 49, p. 1003-1015. pdf
  39. Wechsler, N., Katz, O., Dray, Y., Gonen, I., and Marco, S., 2008, Estimating location and size of historical earthquake by combining archaeology and geology in Umm-El-Qanatir, Dead Sea Transform: Natural Hazards, 50:27-43 (DOI: 10.1007/s11069-008-9315-6). pdf
  40. Hamiel Y, Amit R, Begin ZB, Marco S, Katz O, Salamon A, Zilberman E, Porat N (2009) The seismicity along the Dead Sea fault during the last 60,000 years. Seismological Society of America Bulletin 99:2020-2026 (DOI: 10.1785/0120080218) pdf
  41. Katz A, Agnon A, Marco S (2009) Earthquake-induced barium anomalies in the Lisan Formation, Dead Sea Rift valley, Israel. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. (doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2009.06.031) pdf
  42. Leroy, S.A.G., Marco, S., Bookman, R., and Miller, C.S., 2009, Impact of earthquakes on agriculture during the Roman-Byzantine period from pollen records of the Dead Sea laminated sediment: Quaternary Research. doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2009.10.003. pdf
  43. Wetzler, N., Marco, S., and Heifetz, E., 2010, Quantitative analysis of seismogenic shear-induced turbulence in lake sediments: Geology, v. 38 (4), p. 303-306.  doi: 10.1130/G30685.1 pdf
  44. Lazar, M., Ben-Avraham, Z., Garfunkel, Z., Porat, N., and Marco, S., 2010, Is the Jericho Escarpment a tectonic or a geomorphological feature? Active faulting and paleoseismic trenching: The Journal of Geology, v. 118, p. 261-276.  doi:10.1086/651504  pdf
  45. Filin, S., Baruch, A., Avni, Y., and Marco, S., 2011, Sinkhole characterization in the Dead Sea area using airborne laser scanning: Natural Hazards, v. 58, pg 1135-1154. doi: 10.1007/s11069-011-9718-7. pdf
  46. Filin, S., Baruch, A., Morik, S., Avni, Y., and Marco, S., 2010, Characterization of land degradation processes using airborne laser scanning: International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science, v. XXXVIII, Part 8, p. 883-888. pdf
  47. Alsop, G. I., and Marco, S., 2011, Soft-sediment deformation within seismogenic slumps of the Dead Sea Basin: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 33, no. 4, p. 433-457. doi:10.1016/j.jsg.2011.02.003 pdf
  48. Rizza, M., Ritz, J. F., Braucher, R., Vassallo, R., Prentice, C., Mahan, S., McGill, S., Chauvet, A., Marco, S., Todbileg, M., Demberel, S., and Bourlès, D., 2011, Slip rate and slip magnitudes of past earthquakes along the Bogd left-lateral strike-slip fault (Mongolia): Geophysical Journal International,  DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05075.x pdf
  49. Alsop, G. I., and Marco, S., 2012, A large-scale radial pattern of seismogenic slumping towards the Dead Sea Basin: Journal of the Geological Society, v. 163, no. 1, p. 99-110. doi:10.1144/0016-76492011-032. pdf
  50. Shaked, Y., Lazar, B., Marco, S., Stein, M., and Agnon A., 2012, Late Holocene events that shaped the shoreline at the northern Gulf of Aqaba recorded by a buried fossil reef: Israel J. Earth Sci, v. 58, no. 3-4, p. 355-368. DOI: 10.1560/IJES.58.3–4.355  pdf
  51. Alsop, G. I., and Marco, S., 2012, Tsunami and seiche-triggered deformation of offshore sediments: Sedimentary Geology, v. 261–262, p. 90–107. doi:10.1016/j.sedgeo.2012.03.013 pdf
  52. Alfonsi, L., Cinti, F. R., Di Mauro, D., and Marco, S., 2012, Archaeoseismic Evidence of Two Neolithic (7,500–6,000 B.C.) Earthquakes at Tell es-Sultan, Ancient Jericho, Dead Sea Fault: Seismological Research Letters, v. 83, no. 4, p. 639-648. doi:10.1785/0220110144 pdf
  53. Zohar, M., and Marco, S., 2012, Re-estimating the epicenter of the 1927 Jericho earthquake using spatial distribution of intensity data: Journal of Applied Geophysics, v. 82, p. 19-29. doi:10.1016/j.jappgeo.2012.03.004  pdf
  54. Filin, S., Baruch, A., Morik, S., Avni, Y., and Marco, S., 2012, Use of airborne laser scanning to characterise land degradation processes – the Dead Sea as a case study: Survey Review, v. 44, p. 84-90 (DOI: 10.1179/1752270611Y.0000000001) pdf
  55. Paz, Y., Reshef, M., Ben-Avraham, Z., Marco, S., Tibor, G., and Nadel, D., 2013, A Submerged Monumental Structure in the Sea of Galilee, Israel: International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, v. 42, no. 1, p. 189-193. pdf

    55a. Paz, Y., Reshef, M., Tibor, G., Ben-Avraham, Z., Nadel, D., and Marco, S., 2012, A submerged monumental structure in the sea of galilee, israel: PAST, v. 72, no. November, p. 4-5  pdf
  56. Clark, K. J., Cochran, U. A., Berryman, K. R., Biasi, G., Langridge, R., Villamor, P., Bartholomew, T., Litchfield, N., Pantosti, D., Marco, S., Van Dissen, R., Turner, G., Hemphill-Haley, M., and Barker, D. H. N., 2013, Deriving a long paleoseismic record from a shallow water Holocene depocentre on the Alpine fault, New Zealand: GSA Bulletin, DOI: 10.1130/B30693.1. pdf
  57. Alsop, G. I., and Marco, S., 2013, Seismogenic slump folds formed by gravity-driven tectonics down a negligible subaqueous slope: Tectonophysics, 605, p. 48-69.  pdf
  58. Filin, S., Avni, Y., Baruch, A., Morik, S., Arav, R., and Marco, S., 2014, Characterization of land degradation along the receding Dead Sea coastal zone using airborne laser scanning: Geomorphology, v. 206, no. 0, p. 403-420. pdf
  59. Alsop, G.I., Marco, S., 2014, Fold and fabric relationships in temporally and spatially evolving slump systems: A multi-cell flow model, Journal of Structural Geology v. 63 p. 27-49, doi: 10.1016/ j.jsg.2014.02.007 ( pdf
  60. Bookman, R., Filin, S., Avni, Y., Rosenfeld, D., and Marco, S., 2014, Possible connection between large volcanic eruptions and level rise episodes in the Dead Sea Basin: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 89, no. 0, p. 123-128. pdf
  61. Wechsler, N., Rockwell, T. K., Klinger, Y., Štěpančíková, P., Kanari, M., Marco, S., and Agnon, A., 2014, A paleoseismic record of earthquakes for the Dead Sea Transform Fault between the first and seventh centuries C.E.: Nonperiodic behavior of a plate boundary fault: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 104, no. 3. doi: 10.1785/0120130304. pdf
  62. Marco, S., Katz, O., and Dray, Y., 2014, Historical sand injections on the Mediterranean shore of Israel: evidence for liquefaction hazard: Natural Hazards, V. 74(3), p. 1449-1459. DOI 10.1007/s11069-014-1249-6. pdf
  63. Marco, S., and Klinger, Y., 2014, Review of On-Fault Palaeoseismic Studies Along the Dead Sea Fault, in Garfunkel, Z., Ben-Avraham, Z., and Kagan, E. J., eds., Dead Sea Transform Fault System: Reviews, Volume 6: Dordrecht, Springer, p. 183-205. DOI 10.1007/978-94-017-8872-4_7. pdf
  64. Jacoby, Y., Weinberger, R., Levi, T., and Marco, S., 2014, Clastic dikes in the Dead Sea Basin as indicators of local site amplification: Natural Hazards, DOI 10.1007/s11069-014-1392-0 pdf
  65. Wetzler, N., A. Sagy, and S. Marco (2014), The association of micro-earthquake clusters with mapped faults in the Dead Sea basin, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 119, 8312–8330, doi:10.1002/ 2013JB010877. pdf
  66. Levi T., Weinberger R., Marco S., 2014, Magnetic fabrics induced by dynamic faulting reveal damage zone sizes in soft rocks, Dead Sea basin: Geophysical Journal International 199 (2): 1214-1229, doi: 10.1093/gji/ggu300. pdf
  67. Alsop, G. I., Weinberger, R., Levi, T., and Marco, S., 2015, Deformation within an exposed salt wall: Recumbent folding and extrusion of evaporites in the Dead Sea Basin: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 70, p. 95-118. doi:10.1016/j.jsg.2014.11.006. pdf
  68. Langgut, D., Yannai, E., Taxel, I., Agnon, A., and Marco, S., 2015, Resolving a historical earthquake date at Tel Yavneh (central Israel) using pollen seasonality: Palynology, pdf
  69. Issachar, R., Levi, T., Marco, S., and Weinberger, R., 2015, Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility in diamagnetic limestones reveals deflection of the strain field near the Dead Sea Fault, Northern Israel: Tectonophysics V. 656, p 175-189 pdf
  70. Ronnie Ellenblum, Shmuel Marco, Robert Kool, Uri Davidovitch, Roi Porat, Amotz Agnon, 2015, Archaeological record of earthquake ruptures in Tell Ateret, the Dead Sea Fault. Tectonics, 34, doi:10.1002/2014TC003815. pdf.
  71. Alsop, G.I., Weinberger, R., Levi, T., Marco, S., 2016. Cycles of passive versus active diapirism recorded along an exposed salt wall. Journal of Structural Geology, V. 84 p. 47-67, doi: 10.1016/ j.jsg.2016.01.008. pdf
  72. Klaus-G. Hinzen, Iris Schwellenbach, Gregor Schweppe, and Shmuel Marco, 2016, Quantifying Earthquake Effects on Ancient Arches, Example: The Kalat Nimrod Fortress, Dead Sea Fault Zone. Seismological Research Letters, v.87(3) pdf
  73. Alsop, G.I., S. Marco, R. Weinberger, T. Levi, 2016, Sedimentary and structural controls on seismogenic slumping within mass transport deposits from the Dead Sea basin. Sedimentary Geology, doi: 10.1016/j.sedgeo.2016.02.019. pdf
  74. 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. doi:10.1002/2016GC006339  pdf
  75. Alsop, G.I., Marco, S., Levi, T., Weinberger, R., 2016, Fold and thrust systems in Mass Transport Deposits, Journal of Structural Geology, doi: 10.1016/j.jsg.2016.11.008. pdf
  76. Lu Yin, Waldmann Nicolas, Nadel Dani, Marco Shmuel, 2017.  Increased sedimentation following the Neolithic Revolution in the Southern Levant. Global and Planetary Change v. 152: 199–208. pdf
  77. Alsop G. I., Shmuel Marco, Ram Weinberger, Tsafrir Levi, 2017. Upslope-verging back thrusts developed during downslope-directed slumping of Mass Transport Deposits.  Journal of Structural Geology v. 100: 45-61  pdf
  78. Gregor Schweppe, Klaus-G. Hinzen, Moshe Fischer, Shmuel Marco, 2017, The ruin of the Roman temple of Kedesh, Israel; example of a precariously balanced archaeological structure used as a seismoscope. Annals of Geophysics v.60 (4) doi: 10.4401/ag-7152 pdf.
  79. Weinberger, R., Levi, T., Alsop, G. I., and Marco, S., 2017, Kinematics of Mass Transport Deposits Revealed by Magnetic Fabrics: Geophysical Research Letters. DOI: 10.1002/2017GL074471 pdf
  80. Edan Gofer, Ran Bachrach and Shmuel Marco, 2017, Anisotropic surface wave characterization of granular media. Geophysics pdf.
  81. Alsop, G. I., Weinberger, R., Marco, S., and Levi, T., 2017, Identifying soft-sediment deformation in rocks: Journal of Structural Geology, , pdf
  82. Lu, Y., Waldmann, N., Ian Alsop, G., and Marco, S., 2017, Interpreting soft sediment deformation and mass transport deposits as seismites in the Dead Sea depocenter: Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 122 DOI: 10.1002/2017JB014342 pdf
  83. Ruth Shahack-Gross, Ron Shaar, Erez Hassul, Mathilde Forget, Norbert Nowaczyk, Shmuel Marco, Israel Finkelstein, Amotz Agnon, 2018, Fire and collapse: Untangling the formation of destruction layers using archeomagnetism. Geoarchaeology. doi: 10.1002/gea.21668. pdf
  84. Alsop, G. I., Weinberger, R., Marco, S., and Levi, T., 2018, Fault and fracture patterns around a strike-slip influenced salt wall: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 106: 103-124.  pdf
  85. Wechsler, N., Marco, S., Hinzen, K.-G., and Hinojosa-Prieto, H., 2018, Historical Earthquakes Around the Sea of Galilee, in Aisenberg, M., ed., Hippos-Sussita of the Decapolis The First Twelve Seasons of Excavations 2000 - 2011, Volume 2: Haifa, The Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haifa, p. 16-23. pdf
  86. Kagan, E., Stein, M. & Marco, S. (2018). Integrated paleoseismic chronology of the last glacial Lake Lisan: from lake-margin seismites to deep-lake mass-transport deposits. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 123.  pdf
  87. Alsop, G. I., Weinberger, R., and Marco, S., 2018, Distinguishing thrust sequences in gravity-driven fold and thrust belts: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 109, p. 99-119. pdf
  88. Issachar, R., Levi, T., Marco, S., and Weinberger, R., 2018, Separation of diamagnetic and paramagnetic fabrics reveals strain directions in carbonate rocks: Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. pdf
  89. Levi, Tsafrir, Weinberger, Rami, Alsop, G. Ian and Marco, Shmuel, 2018, Characterizing seismites with anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility: Geology, v. 46, no. 9, p. 827-830. pdf
  90. G.I. Alsop, R. Weinberger, S. Marco, T. Levi, 2018, Folding during soft-sediment deformation. Journal of Structural Geology pdf
  91. 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, v. 747-748, p. 1-15. pdf
  92. Shaar, R., Hassul, E., Raphael, K., Ebert, Y., Segal, Y., Eden, I., Vaknin, Y., Marco, S., Nowaczyk, N. R., Chauvin, A., and Agnon, A., 2018, The first catalog of archaeomagnetic directions from Israel with 4000 years of geomagnetic secular variations: Frontiers in Earth Science, section Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism. doi: 10.3389/feart.2018.00164
  93. Alsop, G.I., Weinberger, R., Marco, S., and Levi, T., 2019, Fold and Thrust Systems in Mass-Transport Deposits Around the Dead Sea Basin, in Ogata, K., Festa, A., and Pini, G.A. eds., Submarine Landslides: Subaqueous Mass Transport Deposits from Outcrops to Seismic Profiles, Wiley, Geophysical Monograph Series, p. 139–153, doi:doi:10.1002/9781119500513.ch9.
  94. Issachar, R., Levi, T., Marco, S., and Weinberger, R., 2019, Strain field associated with a component of divergent motion along the southern Dead Sea Fault: insights from magnetic fabrics: Tectonics,

  95. Alsop, G. I., Weinberger, R., Marco, S., and Levi, T., 2019, Folding during soft-sediment deformation: Geological Society, London, Special Publications, v. 487, p. SP487.

  96. Ian Alsop, Rami Weinberger, Shmuel Marco, Tsafrir Levi, 2019, Bed-parallel slip: Identifying missing displacement in mass transport deposits. Journal of Structural Geology v.131,

  97. Lu, Y., Bookman, R., Waldmann, N., and Marco, S., 2020, A 45 kyr laminae record from the Dead Sea: Implications for basin erosion and floods recurrence: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 229, p. 106143, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.106143.

  98. Sharon, M., Sagy, A., Kurzon, I., Marco, S., and Rosensaft, M., 2020, Assessment of seismic sources and capable faults through hierarchic tectonic criteria: Implications for seismic hazard in the Levant: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, v. 20, p. 125–148, doi:10.5194/nhess-20-125-2020. 

  99. Gajst, H., Shalev, E., Weinberger, R., Marco, S., Zh, W., and Lyakhovsky, V., 2020, Relating strain localization and Kaiser effect to yield surface evolution in brittle rocks: Geophysical Journal International, v. 221, p. 2091–2103, doi:10.1093/gji/ggaa130.

  100. Alsop, G.I., Weinberger, R., Marco, S., and Levi, T., 2020, Distinguishing coeval patterns of contraction and collapse around flow lobes in mass transport deposits: Journal of Structural Geology, v. 134, p. 104013, doi: 

  101. Elhanati, D., Levi, T., Marco, S., and Weinberger, R., 2020, Zones of inelastic deformation around surface ruptures detected by magnetic fabrics: Tectonophysics, v. 788, p.228502, doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2020.228502.