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Demian Saffer
Demian Saffer
Institute of Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at ig.utexas.edu
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Updip limit of the seismogenic zone beneath the accretionary prism of southwest Japan: An effect of diagenetic to low-grade metamorphic processes and increasing effective stress
JC Moore, D Saffer
Geology 29 (2), 183-186, 2001
5162001
Comparison of smectite-and illite-rich gouge frictional properties: application to the updip limit of the seismogenic zone along subduction megathrusts
DM Saffer, C Marone
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 215 (1-2), 219-235, 2003
5082003
Hydrogeology and mechanics of subduction zone forearcs: Fluid flow and pore pressure
DM Saffer, HJ Tobin
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 39, 157-186, 2011
4222011
Frictional and hydrologic properties of clay‐rich fault gouge
MJ Ikari, DM Saffer, C Marone
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B5), 2009
3912009
Weakness of the San Andreas Fault revealed by samples from the active fault zone
BM Carpenter, C Marone, DM Saffer
Nature Geoscience 4 (4), 251-254, 2011
2632011
On the relation between fault strength and frictional stability
MJ Ikari, C Marone, DM Saffer
Geology 39 (1), 83-86, 2011
2612011
Laboratory observations of slow earthquakes and the spectrum of tectonic fault slip modes
JR Leeman, DM Saffer, MM Scuderi, C Marone
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-6, 2016
2582016
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
2132001
Recurring and triggered slow-slip events near the trench at the Nankai Trough subduction megathrust
E Araki, DM Saffer, AJ Kopf, LM Wallace, T Kimura, Y Machida, S Ide, ...
Science 356 (6343), 1157-1160, 2017
2072017
The frictional, hydrologic, metamorphic and thermal habitat of shallow slow earthquakes
DM Saffer, LM Wallace
Nature Geoscience 8 (8), 594-600, 2015
2072015
Episodic fluid flow in the Nankai accretionary complex: Timescale, geochemistry, flow rates, and fluid budget
DM Saffer, BA Bekins
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B12), 30351-30370, 1998
1991998
Critically pressured free-gas reservoirs below gas-hydrate provinces
MJ Hornbach, DM Saffer, W Steven Holbrook
Nature 427 (6970), 142-144, 2004
1932004
Elevated fluid pressure and extreme mechanical weakness of a plate boundary thrust, Nankai Trough subduction zone
HJ Tobin, DM Saffer
Geology 37 (8), 679-682, 2009
1892009
Effect of hydration state on the frictional properties of montmorillonite‐based fault gouge
MJ Ikari, DM Saffer, C Marone
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B6), 2007
1872007
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
157*2002
Pore pressure development and progressive dewatering in underthrust sediments at the Costa Rican subduction margin: Comparison with northern Barbados and Nankai
DM Saffer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B5), 2003
1522003
Laboratory results indicating complex and potentially unstable frictional behavior of smectite clay
DM Saffer, KM Frye, C Marone, K Mair
Geophysical Research Letters 28 (12), 2297-2300, 2001
1522001
Slip weakening as a mechanism for slow earthquakes
MJ Ikari, C Marone, DM Saffer, AJ Kopf
Nature geoscience 6 (6), 468-472, 2013
1452013
Smectite diagenesis, pore-water freshening, and fluid flow at the toe of the Nankai wedge
KM Brown, DM Saffer, BA Bekins
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 194 (1-2), 97-109, 2001
1392001
Breakdown pressure and fracture surface morphology of hydraulic fracturing in shale with H 2 O, CO 2 and N 2
X Li, Z Feng, G Han, D Elsworth, C Marone, D Saffer, DS Cheon
Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-Energy and Geo-Resources 2 (2), 63-76, 2016
1252016
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