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2017

Miller, K., Vanorio, T., & Keehm, Y. (2017). Evolution of Permeability and Microstructure of Tight Carbonates Due To Numerical Simulation of Calcite Dissolution. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 122(6), 4460–4474. http://doi.org/10.1002/2017JB013972

El Husseiny, A., & Vanorio, T. (2017). Porosity-permeability relationship in dual-porosity carbonate analogs. Geophysics, 82(1), MR65-MR74. http://doi.org/10.1190/geo2015-0649.1

El Husseiny, A., & Knight, R. (2017). A Laboratory Study of the Link Between NMR Relaxation Data and Pore Size In Carbonate Skeletal Grains and Micrite. Petrophysics, 58(2), 116–125.

2016

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.

2015

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.