Alt, Richard C., II, and Zoback, M.D. In press. In-situ stress and active faulting in Oklahoma. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.
Kuang, Wenhuan, Zoback, M.D., and Zhang, J. In review. Estimating geomechanical parameters from microseismic plane focal mechanisms recorded during multi-stage hydraulic fracturing. Geophysics.
Rassouli, Fatemeh, and Zoback, M.D. In preparation. Short-term and long-term creep experiments on shales and carbonates from unconventional reservoirs. International Journal of Rock Mechanics.
Walsh, F. Rall, III, and Zoback, M.D. 2016. Probabilistic assessment of potential fault slip related to injection-induced earthquakes: Application to north central Oklahoma, USA. Geology. doi:1130/G38275.1.
Brown, Jeremy A., and Zoback, M.D. 2014. Fault Re-activation Potential and Stress Path Modeling of Paleogene Reservoirs in the Gulf of Mexico. 77th EAGE Conference and Exhibition.
Farghal, Noha S., and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Identification of slowly slipping faults in the Barnett Shale utilizing ant-tracking. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2015: pp. 4919-4923, doi:10.1190/segam2015-5811224.1.
Gensterblum, Yves, Ghanizadeh, A., Cuss, R.J., Amann-Hildenbrand, A., Krooss, B.M., Clarkson, C.R., Harrington, J.F., and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Gas transport and storage capacity in shale gas reservoirs – A review. Part A: Transport processes. Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources 12:87-122.
Goodarzi, S., Settari, A., Zoback, M.D., and Keith, D.W. 2015. Optimization of a CO2 storage project based on thermal, geomechanical and induced fracturing effects. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 134:49-59.
Hakso, Alex, Zoback, M.D., and Du, J. 2015. Utilization of Microseismic Multiplets to Detect Velocity Changes During Multi-Stage Hydraulic Fracturing in the Barnett Shale. SEG Annual Meeting.
Jin, Lei, and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Identification of Fault-Controlled Damage Zones in Microseismic Data–An Example from the Haynesville Shale. SEG Annual Meeting.
Lund Snee, Jens-Erik, and Zoback, M.D. 15 December 2015. Initial Results from the New Stress Map of Texas Project. AGU Annual Meeting: S21C-04.
Rassouli, Fatemeh S., and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Long-Term Creep Experiments on Haynesville Shale Rocks. 49th US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, American Rock Mechanics Association.
Saxena, Nishank, Mavko, G., Zoback, M.D., Hofmann, R., and Braunsdorf, N. 2015. Joint Estimation of Acoustic Properties, Creep, and Stress Relaxation in Organic-Rich Shales. SEG Annual Meeting.
Walters, R. J., Zoback, M. D., Baker, J. W., and Beroza, G. C. 2015. Characterizing and Responding to Seismic Risk Associated with Earthquakes Potentially Triggered by Fluid Disposal and Hydraulic Fracturing. Seismological Research Letters 86(4):1–9, doi: 10.1785/0220150048.
Yang, Yi, and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Viscoplastic deformation of the Bakken and adjacent formations and its relation to hydraulic fracture growth. ISRM Congress 2015 Proceedings - International Symposium on Rock Mechanics, ISBN: 978-1-926872-25-4.
Yang, Yi, Sone, H., and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Fracture Gradient Prediction Using the Viscous Relaxation Model and Its Relation to Out-of-Zone Microseismicity. SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition.
Zhang, Xiong, Zhang, J., and Zoback, M.D. 2015. Fast elastic full waveform inversion for microseismic location and focal mechanism. SEG Annual Meeting.
Zoback, Mark D. 12–16 Feb 2015. Managing the Risks of Triggered Seismicity. AAAS Annual Meeting.
Alt, Richard. C., II, and Zoback, M.D. 2014. Development of a detailed stress map of Oklahoma for avoidance of potentially active faults when siting wastewater injection wells. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1.
Boyle, Katie, and Zoback, M.D. 2014. The Stress State of the Northwest Geysers, CA Geothermal Field and Implications for Fault-Controlled Fluid Flow. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 104(5), doi:10.1785/0120130284.
Chang, Chandong, Mallman, E., and Zoback, M.D. 2014. Time-Dependent Subsidence Associated with Drainage-Induced Compaction in Gulf of Mexico Shales Bounding a Severely Depleted Gas Reservoir. AAPG Bulletin 98(6):1145-1159.
Al Ismail, Maytham I., Hol, S., Reece, J.S., and Zoback, M.D. August 2014. The Effect of CO2 Adsorption on Permeability Anisotropy in the Eagle Ford Shale. URTeC 1921520, Denver, Colorado, USA: 25-27.
Johri, Madhur, E. M. Dunham, M. D. Zoback, and Z. Fang. 2014. Predicting fault damage zones by modeling dynamic rupture propagation and comparison with field observations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119, doi:10.1002/ 2013JB010335.