Heather A. Sheldon
Heather A. Sheldon
Research Scientist, CSIRO
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Active fault and shear processes and their implications for mineral deposit formation and discovery
S Micklethwaite, HA Sheldon, T Baker
Journal of Structural Geology 32 (2), 151-165, 2010
An analysis of the roles of stress, temperature, and pH in chemical compaction of sandstones
HA Sheldon, J Wheeler, RH Worden, MJ Cheadle
Journal of Sedimentary Research 73 (1), 64-71, 2003
The where and how of faults, fluids and permeability–insights from fault stepovers, scaling properties and gold mineralisation
S Micklethwaite, A Ford, W Witt, HA Sheldon
Geofluids 15 (1-2), 240-251, 2015
Damage and permeability around faults: Implications for mineralization
HA Sheldon, S Micklethwaite
Geology 35 (10), 903-906, 2007
Evolution of porosity, permeability and fluid pressure in dilatant faults post‐failure: Implications for fluid flow and mineralization
HA Sheldon, A Ord
Geofluids 5 (4), 272-288, 2005
Numerical modelling of faulting and fluid flow in porous rocks: an approach based on critical state soil mechanics
HA Sheldon, AC Barnicoat, A Ord
Journal of Structural Geology 28 (8), 1468-1482, 2006
Hydrothermal models of the Perth metropolitan area, Western Australia: implications for geothermal energy
O Schilling, HA Sheldon, LB Reid, S Corbel
Hydrogeology Journal 21 (3), 605, 2013
Carbonate replacement as the principal ore formation process in the Proterozoic McArthur River (HYC) sediment-hosted Zn-Pb deposit, Australia
SC Spinks, MA Pearce, W Liu, M Kunzmann, CG Ryan, GF Moorhead, ...
Economic Geology 116 (3), 693-718, 2021
Faulting and fluid flow in porous rocks and sediments: Implications for mineralisation and other processes
AC Barnicoat, HA Sheldon, A Ord
Mineralium Deposita 44, 705-718, 2009
Predictive targeting in Australian orogenic-gold systems at the deposit to district scale using numerical modelling
W Potma, PA Roberts, PM Schaubs, HA Sheldon, Y Zhang, BE Hobbs, ...
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 55 (1), 101-122, 2008
The potential for convection and implications for geothermal energy in the Perth Basin, Western Australia
HA Sheldon, B Florio, MG Trefry, LB Reid, LP Ricard, KAR Ghori
Hydrogeology Journal 7 (20), 1251-1268, 2012
Recovery efficiency in high-temperature aquifer thermal energy storage systems
HA Sheldon, A Wilkins, CP Green
Geothermics 96, 102173, 2021
Identification and geothermal influence of faults in the Perth metropolitan area, Australia
S Corbel, O Schilling, FG Horowitz, LB Reid, HA Sheldon, NE Timms, ...
Thirty-seventh workshop on geothermal reservoir engineering, Stanford, CA, 2012
Groundwater cooling of a supercomputer in Perth, Western Australia: hydrogeological simulations and thermal sustainability
HA Sheldon, PM Schaubs, PK Rachakonda, MG Trefry, LB Reid, ...
Hydrogeology journal 23, 1831-1849, 2015
Modelling fault reactivation and fluid flow around a fault restraining step‐over structure in the L averton gold region, Y ilgarn C raton, W estern A ustralia
Y Zhang, PM Schaubs, HA Sheldon, T Poulet, A Karrech
Geofluids 13 (2), 127-139, 2013
Simulation of magmatic and metamorphic fluid production coupled with deformation, fluid flow and heat transport
HA Sheldon
Computers & geosciences 35 (11), 2275-2281, 2009
Perth Basin Assessment Program. Project 2: Geomodel
NE Timms, S Corbel, H Olierook, PG Wilkes, C Delle Piane, HA Sheldon, ...
Western Australia Geothermal Centre of Excellence. WAGCoE Report EP122443, 2012
Investigating the influence of aquifer heterogeneity on the potential for thermal free convection in the Yarragadee Aquifer, Western Australia
DJ Irvine, HA Sheldon, CT Simmons, AD Werner, CM Griffiths
Hydrogeology Journal 23 (1), 161, 2015
Influence of pore fluid chemistry on the state of stress in sedimentary basins
HA Sheldon, J Wheeler
Geology 31 (1), 59-62, 2003
Convection or conduction? Interpreting temperature data from sedimentary basins
HA Sheldon, LB Reid, B Florio, AL Kirkby
2011 Australian Geothermal Energy Conference, 2011
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