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2019

Westaway, Rob and Burnside, Neil M. (2019) Fault "corrosion" by fluid injection : a potential cause of the November 2017 Mw 5.5 Korean Earthquake. Geofluids, 2019. 1280721. ISSN 1468-8123

Roberts, Jennifer J. and Bell, Andrew F. and Wood, Rachel A. and Haszeldine, R. Stuart (2019) Geospatial statistics elucidate competing geological controls on natural CO2 seeps in Italy. Geofluids, 2019. 8147345. ISSN 1468-8123

Brehme, Maren and Nowak, Kerstin and Banks, David and Petrauskas, Sigitas and Valickas, Robertas and Bauer, Klaus and Burnside, Neil and Boyce, Adrian (2019) A review of the hydrochemistry of a deep sedimentary aquifer and its consequences for geothermal operation : Klaipeda, Lithuania. Geofluids, 2019. 4363592. ISSN 1468-8123

2016

Bense, Victor Franciscus and Shipton, Zoe Kai and Kremer, Yannick and Kampman, Niko (2016) Fault zone hydrogeology : introduction to the special issue. Geofluids, 16 (4). pp. 655-657. ISSN 1468-8123

2015

Roberts, J. J. and Wood, R. A. and Wilkinson, M. and Haszeldine, S. (2015) Surface controls on the characteristics of natural CO2 seeps : implications for engineered CO2 stores. Geofluids, 15 (3). pp. 453-463. ISSN 1468-8123

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