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Dr Mark Ireland
Depositional model of the Lower Cretaceous Nantun Formation and its implications for oil accumulation in the northern Wuerxun Sag of Hailar Basin, NE China2022
Sam Graham
Dr Mohamed Rouainia
Dr Mark Ireland
Dr Tom Charlton
New Micromechanical Data and Modelling Framework for the Elastic Response of Calcareous Mudstones2022
Dr Mark Ireland
Reproducibility in subsurface geoscience2022
Professor Richard Davies
Dr Miguel Morales Maqueda
Dr Mark Ireland
Climatically driven instability of marine methane hydrate along a canyon-incised continental margin2021
Sam Graham
Dr Mohamed Rouainia
Dr Mark Ireland
Elastic Stiffening of Shale up to 200°C: Insights from High-load Nanoindentation Tests2021
Dr Mark Ireland
Geological controls on the natural CO2 accumulation in the Surennuoer Oilfield of the Hailar Basin, China2021
Dr Mark Ireland
Reproducibility in subsurface geoscience2021
Dr Mark Ireland
Rachel Brown
Professor Richard Davies
Suitability of Legacy Subsurface Data for Nascent Geoenergy Activities Onshore United Kingdom2021
Dr Mark Ireland
Professor Richard Davies
Systematic spacing and topological variations in layer-bound fault systems2021
Dr Mark Ireland
Professor Richard Davies
Influence of ductile substrates and layer thickness on the spacing and topology of layer bound fault systems2020
Dr Mark Ireland
Rachel Brown
Miles Wilson
Professor Richard Davies
Suitability of legacy oil and gas subsurface data for nascent geoenergy activities onshore United Kingdom2020
Dr Mark Ireland
Professor Richard Davies
Influence of stratigraphic setting and simple shear on layer-bound compaction faults offshore Mauritania2011
Professor Richard Davies
Dr Mark Ireland
Initiation and propagation of polygonal fault arrays by thermally triggered volume reduction reactions in siliceous sediment2011
Dr Mark Ireland
Professor Richard Davies
Structure of a silica diagenetic transformation zone: the Gjallar Ridge, offshore Norway2011
Dr Mark Ireland
Professor Richard Davies
Thick slides dominated by regular-wavelength folds and thrusts in biosiliceous sediments on the Vema Dome offshore of Norway2011
Dr Mark Ireland
Professor Richard Davies
Influence of pore water chemistry on silica diagenesis: evidence from the interaction of diagenetic reaction zones with polygonal fault systems2010
Professor Richard Davies
Dr Mark Ireland
Differential compaction due to the irregular topology of a diagenetic reaction boundary: a new mechanism for the formation of polygonal faults2009