Mark Naylor
Mark Naylor
School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh
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Detection and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor deep geological carbon dioxide storage
J Blackford, H Stahl, JM Bull, BJP Bergès, M Cevatoglu, A Lichtschlag, ...
Nature climate change 4 (11), 1011-1016, 2014
Review and implications of relative permeability of CO2/brine systems and residual trapping of CO2
NM Burnside, M Naylor
International Journal of greenhouse gas control 23, 1-11, 2014
Asymmetric growth of the Pyrenees revealed through measurement and modeling of orogenic fluxes
HD Sinclair, M Gibson, M Naylor, RG Morris
American Journal of Science 305 (5), 369-406, 2005
Pro‐vs. retro‐foreland basins
M Naylor, HD Sinclair
Basin Research 20 (3), 285-303, 2008
Investigating the surface process response to fault interaction and linkage using a numerical modelling approach
PA Cowie, M Attal, GE Tucker, AC Whittaker, M Naylor, A Ganas, ...
Basin Research 18 (3), 231-266, 2006
Impact of change in erosion rate and landscape steepness on hillslope and fluvial sediments grain size in the Feather River basin (Sierra Nevada, California)
M Attal, SM Mudd, MD Hurst, B Weinman, K Yoo, M Naylor
Earth Surface Dynamics 3 (1), 201-222, 2015
Origin and nonuniversality of the earthquake interevent time distribution
S Touati, M Naylor, IG Main
Physical Review Letters 102 (16), 168501, 2009
Middle Pleistocene glaciation in Patagonia dated by cosmogenic-nuclide measurements on outwash gravels
AS Hein, NRJ Hulton, TJ Dunai, C Schnabel, MR Kaplan, M Naylor, S Xu
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 286 (1-2), 184-197, 2009
Forecasting volcanic eruptions and other material failure phenomena: an evaluation of the failure forecast method
AF Bell, M Naylor, MJ Heap, IG Main
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (15), 2011
Erosion during extreme flood events dominates Holocene canyon evolution in northeast Iceland
ERC Baynes, M Attal, S Niedermann, LA Kirstein, AJ Dugmore, M Naylor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (8), 2355-2360, 2015
Prediction of visibility and aerosol within the operational Met Office Unified Model. I: Model formulation and variational assimilation
PA Clark, SA Harcourt, B Macpherson, CT Mathison, S Cusack, M Naylor
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 134 (636), 1801-1816, 2008
Punctuated thrust deformation in the context of doubly vergent thrust wedges: Implications for the localization of uplift and exhumation
M Naylor, HD Sinclair
Geology 35 (6), 559-562, 2007
A novel sub-seabed CO2 release experiment informing monitoring and impact assessment for geological carbon storage
P Taylor, H Stahl, ME Vardy, JM Bull, M Akhurst, C Hauton, RH James, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 38, 3-17, 2015
The limits of predictability of volcanic eruptions from accelerating rates of earthquakes
AF Bell, M Naylor, IG Main
Geophysical Journal International 194 (3), 1541-1553, 2013
A discrete element model for orogenesis and accretionary wedge growth
M Naylor, HD Sinclair, S Willett, PA Cowie
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 110 (B12), 2005
Calculation of CO2 column heights in depleted gas fields from known pre-production gas column heights
M Naylor, M Wilkinson, RS Haszeldine
Marine and Petroleum Geology 28 (5), 1083-1093, 2011
CO2/Brine Surface Dissolution and Injection: CO2 Storage Enhancement
PE Eke, M Naylor, S Haszeldine, A Curtis
SPE Projects, Facilities & Construction 6 (01), 41-53, 2011
Foreland basin subsidence driven by topographic growth versus plate subduction
HD Sinclair, M Naylor
Bulletin 124 (3-4), 368-379, 2012
CO2 aquifer storage site evaluation and monitoring: Understanding the challenges of CO2 storage: results of the CASSEM project
M Smith, D Campbell, E Mackay, D Polson
Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage, 2012
Geochemical tracers for monitoring offshore CO2 stores
JJ Roberts, SMV Gilfillan, L Stalker, M Naylor
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 65, 218-234, 2017
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