Matthew Weingarten
Matthew Weingarten
Assistant Professor, San Diego State University
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Sharp increase in central Oklahoma seismicity since 2008 induced by massive wastewater injection
KM Keranen, M Weingarten, GA Abers, BA Bekins, S Ge
Science 345 (6195), 448-451, 2014
High-rate injection is associated with the increase in US mid-continent seismicity
M Weingarten, S Ge, JW Godt, BA Bekins, JL Rubinstein
Science 348 (6241), 1336-1340, 2015
The 2016 Mw5.1 Fairview, Oklahoma earthquakes: Evidence for long-range poroelastic triggering at >40 km from fluid disposal wells
THW Goebel, M Weingarten, X Chen, J Haffener, EE Brodsky
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 472, 50-62, 2017
Induced seismicity
KM Keranen, M Weingarten
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 46, 149-174, 2018
Far‐field pressurization likely caused one of the largest injection induced earthquakes by reactivating a large pre‐existing basement fault structure
WL Yeck, M Weingarten, HM Benz, DE McNamara, E Bergman, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (19), 2016
Physics-based forecasting of man-made earthquake hazards in Oklahoma and Kansas
C Langenbruch, M Weingarten, MD Zoback
Nature communications 9 (1), 3946, 2018
How Faults Wake Up: The Guthrie-Langston, Oklahoma Earthquakes
M Schoenball, FR Walsh, M Weingarten, WL Ellsworth
The Leading Edge 37 (2), 810-816, 2018
Managing basin‐scale fluid budgets to reduce injection‐induced seismicity from the recent US shale oil revolution
BR Scanlon, MB Weingarten, KE Murray, RC Reedy
Seismological Research Letters 90 (1), 171-182, 2019
Insights into water level response to seismic waves: A 24 year high‐fidelity record of global seismicity at Devils Hole
M Weingarten, S Ge
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (1), 74-80, 2014
A possible causative mechanism of Raton Basin, New Mexico and Colorado earthquakes using recent seismicity patterns and pore pressure modeling
JS Nakai, M Weingarten, AF Sheehan, SL Bilek, S Ge
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 2017
InSAR evidence indicates a link between fluid injection for salt mining and the 2019 Changning (China) earthquake sequence
S Wang, G Jiang, M Weingarten, Y Niu
Geophysical Research Letters, e2020GL087603, 2020
Rapid response, monitoring, and mitigation of induced seismicity near Greeley, Colorado
WL Yeck, AF Sheehan, HM Benz, M Weingarten, J Nakai
Seismological Research Letters 87 (4), 837-847, 2016
Deciphering the stress state of seismogenic faults in Oklahoma and southern Kansas based on an improved stress map
Y Qin, X Chen, JI Walter, J Haffener, DT Trugman, BM Carpenter, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124, 2019
FSP 1.0: A program for probabilistic estimation of fault slip potential resulting from fluid injection
FRI Walsh, MD Zoback, D Pais, M Weingartern, T Tyrell
User Guide from the Stanford Center for Induced and Triggered Seismicity, 2017
Induced Seismicity in Oklahoma Affects Shallow Groundwater
CY Wang, M Manga, M Shirzaei, M Weingarten, LP Wang
Seismological Research Letters 88 (4), 1-7, 2017
Induced seismicity: the potential hazard from shale gas development and CO2 geologic storage
JY Lee, M Weingarten, S Ge
Geosciences Journal 20 (1), 137-148, 2016
Geomechanical sensitivities of injection-induced earthquakes
W Levandowski, M Weingarten, FR Walsh
Geophysical Research Letters 55, 2018
Observation of Temporal Variations in Seismic Anisotropy Within an Active Fault‐Zone Revealed From the Taiwan Chelungpu‐Fault Drilling Project Borehole Seismic Array
RJ Hung, KF Ma, TRA Song, YY Lin, M Weingarten
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 127 (4), e2021JB023050, 2022
Introduction to the special section on observations, mechanisms, and hazards of induced seismicity
R Wang, M Weingarten, C Langenbruch, HR DeShon
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 110 (5), 1999-2004, 2020
Major southern San Andreas earthquakes modulated by lake-filling events
RG Hill, M Weingarten, TK Rockwell, Y Fialko
Nature 618 (7966), 761-766, 2023
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