Follow
Stephen E. Laubach
Stephen E. Laubach
Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas
Verified email at beg.utexas.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Natural fractures in shale: A review and new observations
JFW Gale, SE Laubach, JE Olson, P Eichhubl, A Fall
AAPG bulletin 98 (11), 2165-2216, 2014
10002014
Characteristics and origins of coal cleat: a review
SE Laubach, RA Marrett, JE Olson, AR Scott
International journal of coal geology 35 (1-4), 175-207, 1998
9031998
Mechanical and fracture stratigraphy
SE Laubach, JE Olson, MR Gross
AAPG bulletin 93 (11), 1413-1426, 2009
5202009
A scale-independent approach to fracture intensity and average spacing measurement
OJ Ortega, RA Marrett, SE Laubach
AAPG bulletin 90 (2), 193-208, 2006
4842006
Natural fracture characterization in tight gas sandstones: Integrating mechanics and diagenesis
JE Olson, SE Laubach, RH Lander
AAPG bulletin 93 (11), 1535-1549, 2009
4672009
Practical approaches to identifying sealed and open fractures
SE Laubach
AAPG bulletin 87 (4), 561-579, 2003
4262003
Microfractures: A review
MH Anders, SE Laubach, CH Scholz
Journal of Structural Geology 69, 377-394, 2014
3942014
Are open fractures necessarily aligned with maximum horizontal stress?
SE Laubach, JE Olson, JFW Gale
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (1), 191-195, 2004
3092004
A 48 my history of fracture opening, temperature, and fluid pressure: Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation, East Texas basin
SP Becker, P Eichhubl, SE Laubach, RM Reed, RH Lander, RJ Bodnar
Bulletin 122 (7-8), 1081-1093, 2010
2482010
Coevolution of crack-seal texture and fracture porosity in sedimentary rocks: cathodoluminescence observations of regional fractures
SE Laubach, RM Reed, JE Olson, RH Lander, LM Bonnell
Journal of Structural Geology 26 (5), 967-982, 2004
2272004
The role of chemistry in fracture pattern development and opportunities to advance interpretations of geological materials
SE Laubach, RH Lander, LJ Criscenti, LM Anovitz, JL Urai, RM Pollyea, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 57 (3), 1065-1111, 2019
2232019
Insights into rates of fracture growth and sealing from a model for quartz cementation in fractured sandstones
RH Lander, SE Laubach
Bulletin 127 (3-4), 516-538, 2015
2112015
Hydraulic fractures in core from stimulated reservoirs: core fracture description of HFTS slant core, Midland Basin, West Texas
JFW Gale, SJ Elliott, SE Laubach
Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Houston, Texas, 23-25 July …, 2018
2052018
Structural diagenesis
SE Laubach, P Eichhubl, C Hilgers, RH Lander
Journal of Structural Geology 32 (12), 1866-1872, 2010
2042010
Pure and shear-enhanced compaction bands in Aztec Sandstone
P Eichhubl, JN Hooker, SE Laubach
Journal of Structural Geology 32 (12), 1873-1886, 2010
1982010
Fracture-aperture size—Frequency, spatial distribution, and growth processes in strata-bounded and non-strata-bounded fractures, Cambrian Mesón Group, NW Argentina
JN Hooker, SE Laubach, R Marrett
Journal of Structural Geology 54, 54-71, 2013
1922013
Modeling coupled fracture-matrix fluid flow in geomechanically simulated fracture networks
ZG Philip, JW Jennings, JE Olson, SE Laubach, J Holder
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 8 (04), 300-309, 2005
1852005
Subsurface fractures and their relationship to stress history in East Texas basin sandstone
SE Laubach
Tectonophysics 156 (1-2), 37-49, 1988
1781988
A method to detect natural fracture strike in sandstones
SE Laubach
American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 81 (4), 604-623, 1997
1661997
Testing the basin-centered gas accumulation model using fluid inclusion observations: Southern Piceance Basin, Colorado
A Fall, P Eichhubl, SP Cumella, RJ Bodnar, SE Laubach, SP Becker
AAPG bulletin 96 (12), 2297-2318, 2012
1542012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20