Rall Walsh
Rall Walsh
EOG Resources, Decision Geomechanics LLC, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Oklahoma’s recent earthquakes and saltwater disposal
FR Walsh, MD Zoback
Science advances 1 (5), e1500195, 2015
2852015
Probabilistic assessment of potential fault slip related to injection-induced earthquakes: Application to north-central Oklahoma, USA
FR Walsh III, MD Zoback
Geology 44 (12), 991-994, 2016
912016
Oklahoma’s recent earthquakes and saltwater disposal, Sci
FR Walsh, MD Zoback
Adv. 1, e1500195, 2015
352015
How faults wake up: the Guthrie-Langston, Oklahoma earthquakes
M Schoenball, FR Walsh, M Weingarten, WL Ellsworth
The Leading Edge 37 (2), 100-106, 2018
222018
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
82017
Oklahoma’s recent earthquakes and saltwater disposal. Sci Adv 1 (5): e1500195
FR Walsh, MD Zoback
62015
Oklahoma’s recent earthquakes and saltwater disposal. Sci Adv 1 (5): 1–9
FR Walsh, MD Zoback
52015
Biomimetics: On the Origins of Fracture Toughness in Advanced Teleosts: How the Swordfish Sword's Bone Structure and Composition Allow for Slashing under Water to Kill or Stun …
FN Schmidt, EA Zimmermann, F Walsh, C Plumeyer, E Schaible, ...
Advanced Science 6 (12), 1970072, 2019
2019
Crustal Stress Coherency at Multiple Scales: Utilization for Assessing Potential Fault Slip in Response to Fluid Injection
MD Zoback, JEL Snee, FRR Walsh
2016 AGU Fall Meeting, 2016
2016
Deterministic estimate of hypocentral pore fluid pressure of the M5. 8 Pawnee, Oklahoma earthquake: Lower pre-injection pressure requires lower resultant pressure for slip
WB Levandowski, FRR Walsh, W Yeck
AGUFM 2016, S51E-3167, 2016
2016
Crustal Stress Coherency at Multiple Scales: Utilization for Assessing Potential Fault Slip in Response to Fluid Injection
JE Lund Snee, MD Zoback, FRR Walsh
AGUFM 2016, NS43A-1922, 2016
2016
Managing the Risk of Triggered Seismicity: Can We Identify (and Avoid) Potentially Active Faults?-A Practical Case Study in Oklahoma
MD Zoback, RC Alt, FR Walsh, RJ Walters
AGUFM 2014, U34A-05, 2014
2014
Evaluation of Fault Slip Potential Resulting From Fluid Injection
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