Browsing Department of Earth Science by Subject "Topology"
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Quantifying structural controls on fluid flow: Insights from carbonate-hosted fault damage zones on the Maltese Islands (Elsevier, 2017-08)Structural complexity along faults (e.g., relay zones, fault intersections and jogs) exert strong controls on fluid flow, yet few attempts have been made to quantify and visualise such relationships. This paper does that ...Journal article
Topology of normal fault damage zones in carbonate rocks, Malta - implications for the development of connectivity in evolving fault networks (The University of Bergen, 2016-11-21)Fault damage zones are known to be more complex in linkage zones, relays and at fault tips. From a reservoir perspective, these damage complexities may act as conduits or barriers for fluid flow, hence they need to be ...Master thesis