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Clark, A.C. and Vanorio, T., 2016. The rock physics and geochemistry of carbonates exposed to reactive brines. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. doi: 10.1002/2015JB012445

Allan, A., Clark, A.C., Vanorio, T., Wenk, K-R. 2016. On the evolution of the elastic properties of organic-rich shale upon pyrolysis-induced thermal maturation, 2016. Geophysics 81(3):D271-D289 doi: 10.1190/geo2015-0514.1

Head, D., & Vanorio, T. (2016). Effects of changes in rock microstructures on permeability: 3‐D printing investigation. Geophysical Research Letters. doi10.1002/2016GL069334

El Husseiny, A., & Vanorio, T. (2016). Porosity-permeability relationship in dual-porosity carbonate analogs. Geophysics82(1), MR65-MR74.


Vanorio, T., Ebert, Y. and Grombacher, D., 2015. What laboratory-induced dissolution trends tell us about natural diagenetic trends of carbonate rocks.Geological Society, London, Special Publications406(1), pp.311-329. doi: 10.1144/SP406.4

Allan, A.M., Kanitpanyacharoen, W., and Vanorio, T., 2015, A multi-scale methodology for the time-variant analysis of velocity anisotropy in organic-rich shale: Geophysics, Vol. 80, No. 4, C73-C88.

Allan, A.M., Clark, A. C., Vanorio, T., Kanitpanyacharoen, W., and Wenk, H. R., On the evolution of the elastic properties of organic-rich shales upon pyrolysis-induced thermal maturation: in prep.

El Husseiny, A. and Vanorio, T., 2015. The effect of micrite content on the acoustic velocity of carbonate rocks. Geophysics80(4), pp.L45-L55.

Vanorio, T. and Kanitpanyacharoen, W., 2015. Rock physics of fibrous rocks akin to Roman concrete explains uplifts at Campi Flegrei Caldera. Science,349(6248), pp.617-621.

Vanorio, T., 2015. Recent advances in time-lapse, laboratory rock physics for the characterization and monitoring of fluid-rock interactions. Geophysics,80(2), pp.WA49-WA59.