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Thomas Eyre
Thomas Eyre
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The role of aseismic slip in hydraulic fracturing–induced seismicity
TS Eyre, DW Eaton, DI Garagash, M Zecevic, M Venieri, R Weir, ...
Science advances 5 (8), eaav7172, 2019
1292019
Overview of moment-tensor inversion of microseismic events
TS Eyre, M van der Baan
The Leading Edge 34 (8), 882-888, 2015
612015
Microseismicity reveals fault activation before Mw 4.1 hydraulic-fracturing induced earthquake
TS Eyre, D Eaton, David W., Zecevic, M., D’Amico, David, Kolos
Geophysical Journal International, https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggz168, 2019
592019
The reliability of microseismic moment-tensor solutions: Surface versus borehole monitoring
TS Eyre, M van der Baan
Geophysics 82 (6), KS113-KS125, 2017
202017
A long‐lived swarm of hydraulic fracturing‐induced seismicity provides evidence for aseismic slip
TS Eyre, M Zecevic, RO Salvage, DW Eaton
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 110 (5), 2205-2215, 2020
192020
Application of structural interpretation and simultaneous inversion to reservoir characterization of the Duvernay Formation, Fox Creek, Alberta, Canada
R Weir, D Lawton, L Lines, T Eyre, D Eaton
The Leading Edge 38 (2), 151-160, 2019
182019
A brittle failure model for long‐period seismic events recorded at Turrialba Volcano, Costa Rica
TS Eyre, CJ Bean, L De Barros, F Martini, I Lokmer, MM Mora, JF Pacheco, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120 (3), 1452-1472, 2015
182015
Moment tensor inversion for the source location and mechanism of long period (LP) seismic events from 2009 at Turrialba volcano, Costa Rica
TS Eyre, CJ Bean, L De Barros, GS O'Brien, F Martini, I Lokmer, MM Mora, ...
Journal of volcanology and geothermal research 258, 215-223, 2013
152013
Statistical characteristics of microseismic events and in-situ stress in the Horn River Basin
V Roche, M Grob, T Eyre, M Van Der Baan
Proceedings of GeoConvention, 2015
72015
The role of aseismic slip in hydraulic fracturinginduced seismicity, Sci
T Eyre, D Eaton, D Garagash, M Zecevic, M Venieri, R Weir, D Lawton
Adv, 2019
62019
The role of aseismic slip in hydraulic fracturing-induced seismicity, Sci. Adv., 5, eaav7172
TS Eyre, DW Eaton, DI Garagash, M Zecevic, M Venieri, R Weir, ...
62019
Investigating fracture growth and source mechanisms in shale using acoustic emission technique
SQ Jia, RCK Wong, DW Eaton, TS Eyre
52nd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, 2018
62018
Introduction to moment tensor inversion of microseismic events
ST Eyre, M Van Der Baan
GeoConvention, 2015
62015
Relocation of long‐period (LP) seismic events reveals en echelon fractures in the upper edifice of Turrialba volcano, Costa Rica
M Zecevic, L De Barros, TS Eyre, I Lokmer, CJ Bean
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (19), 10,105-10,114, 2016
42016
Microseismic insights into the fracturing behavior of a mature reservoir in the Pembina field, Alberta
TS Eyre, M van der Baan
Geophysics 83 (5), B289-B303, 2018
32018
InSAR data reveal that the largest hydraulic fracturing-induced earthquake in Canada, to date, is a slow-slip event
TS Eyre, S Samsonov, W Feng, H Kao, DW Eaton
Scientific reports 12 (1), 1-12, 2022
22022
Static ground displacement for an induced earthquake recorded on broadband seismometers
M Zecevic, TS Eyre, DW Eaton
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 110 (5), 2216-2224, 2020
22020
Observations of long-lived hydraulic-fracturing induced earthquake swarms support driving role of aseismic creep
T Eyre, DWS Eaton, M Zecevic
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, T31E-0333, 2019
12019
Persistent post-injection induced seismicity near Fox Creek, Alberta
TS Eyre, DW Eaton, T Tyrrell
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2018, 4982-4986, 2018
12018
The Duvernay Formation: the application of structure and simultaneous inversion for reservoir characterization and induced seismicity
R Weir, L Lines, D Lawton, T Eyre
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2018, 2372-2376, 2018
12018
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