Elizabeth Screaton
Elizabeth Screaton
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New insights into deformation and fluid flow processes in the Nankai Trough accretionary prism: Results of Ocean Drilling Program Leg 190
GF Moore, A Taira, A Klaus, L Becker, B Boeckel, BA Cragg, A Dean, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 2 (10), 2001
Origin and evolution of a splay fault in the Nankai accretionary wedge
M Strasser, GF Moore, G Kimura, Y Kitamura, AJ Kopf, S Lallemant, ...
Nature Geoscience 2 (9), 648-652, 2009
Permeabilities, fluid pressures, and flow rates in the Barbados Ridge Complex
EJ Screaton, DR Wuthrich, SJ Dreiss
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B6), 8997-9007, 1990
Seismic slip propagation to the updip end of plate boundary subduction interface faults: Vitrinite reflectance geothermometry on Integrated Ocean Drilling Program NanTro SEIZE …
A Sakaguchi, F Chester, D Curewitz, O Fabbri, D Goldsby, G Kimura, ...
Geology 39 (4), 395-398, 2011
Porosity loss within the underthrust sediments of the Nankai accretionary complex: Implications for overpressures
E Screaton, D Saffer, P Henry, S Hunze
Geology 30 (1), 19-22, 2002
Cascadia margin
GK Westbrook
Proceeding of the Ocean Drilling Program. Initial Reports 146, 92, 1994
Geochemical and statistical evidence of recharge, mixing, and controls on spring discharge in an eogenetic karst aquifer
PJ Moore, JB Martin, EJ Screaton
Journal of Hydrology 376 (3-4), 443-455, 2009
Slumping and mass transport deposition in the Nankai fore arc: Evidence from IODP drilling and 3‐D reflection seismic data
M Strasser, GF Moore, G Kimura, AJ Kopf, MB Underwood, J Guo, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 12 (5), 2011
Fluid flow in accretionary prisms: Evidence for focused, time‐variable discharge
B Carson, EJ Screaton
Reviews of Geophysics 36 (3), 329-351, 1998
Water exchange and pressure transfer between conduits and matrix and their influence on hydrodynamics of two karst aquifers with sinking streams
V Bailly-Comte, JB Martin, H Jourde, EJ Screaton, S Pistre, A Langston
Journal of Hydrology 386 (1-4), 55-66, 2010
the Expedition 314/315/316 Scientists (2009)
M Kinoshita, H Tobin, J Ashi, G Kimura, S Lallemant, EJ Screaton, ...
Proc. IODP 314, 315-316, 0
Mechanisms of englacial conduit formation and their implications for subglacial recharge
JD Gulley, DI Benn, E Screaton, J Martin
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (19-20), 1984-1999, 2009
Spatial and temporal evolution of the megasplay fault in the Nankai Trough
G Kimura, GF Moore, M Strasser, E Screaton, D Curewitz, C Streiff, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 12 (3), 2011
Consolidation patterns during initiation and evolution of a plate-boundary decollement zone: Northern Barbados accretionary prism
JC Moore, A Klaus, NL Bangs, B Bekins, CJ Bücker, W Brückmann, ...
Geology 26 (9), 811-814, 1998
Conduit properties and karstification in the unconfined Floridan Aquifer
E Screaton, JB Martin, B Ginn, L Smith
Groundwater 42 (3), 338-346, 2004
NanTroSEIZE Stage 1 expeditions: introduction and synthesis of key results
H Tobin, M Kinoshita, J Ashi, S Lallement, G Kimura, E Screaton, KT Moe, ...
IODP, 2009
Exchange of matrix and conduit water with examples from the Floridan aquifer
JB Martin, EJ Screaton
US Geological Survey Karst Interest Group Proceedings, St. Petersburg …, 2001
Anisotropy of electrical conductivity record of initial strain at the toe of the Nankai accretionary wedge
P Henry, L Jouniaux, EJ Screaton, S Hunze, DM Saffer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B9), 2003
Permeability–porosity relationships of subduction zone sediments
K Gamage, E Screaton, B Bekins, I Aiello
Marine Geology 279 (1-4), 19-36, 2011
Interactions between deformation and fluids in the frontal thrust region of the NanTroSEIZE transect offshore the Kii Peninsula, Japan: Results from IODP Expedition 316 Sites …
E Screaton, G Kimura, D Curewitz, G Moore, F Chester, O Fabbri, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 10 (12), 2009
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