David Eaton
David Eaton
Professor of Geophysics, University of Calgary
Verified email at ucalgary.ca - Homepage
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The elusive lithosphere–asthenosphere boundary (LAB) beneath cratons
DW Eaton, F Darbyshire, RL Evans, H Grütter, AG Jones, X Yuan
Lithos 109 (1-2), 1-22, 2009
3532009
Fault activation by hydraulic fracturing in western Canada
X Bao, DW Eaton
Science 354 (6318), 1406-1409, 2016
2902016
Hydraulic fracturing and seismicity in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin
GM Atkinson, DW Eaton, H Ghofrani, D Walker, B Cheadle, R Schultz, ...
Seismological research letters 87 (3), 631-647, 2016
2692016
Application of the S transform to prestack noise attenuation filtering
CR Pinnegar, DW Eaton
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B9), 2003
1502003
A review and appraisal of arrival-time picking methods for downhole microseismic dataArrival-time picking methods
J Akram, DW Eaton
Geophysics 81 (2), KS71-KS91, 2016
1352016
Seismic imaging of massive sulfide deposits; Part II, Reflection seismic profiling
B Milkereit, D Eaton, J Wu, G Perron, MH Salisbury, EK Berrer, G Morrison
Economic Geology 91 (5), 829-834, 1996
1331996
Development of 3-D seismic exploration technology for deep nickel-copper deposits—A case history from the Sudbury basin, Canada3-D Seismic Exploration Technology
B Milkereit, EK Berrer, AR King, AH Watts, B Roberts, A Erick, DW Eaton, ...
Geophysics 65 (6), 1890-1899, 2000
1302000
Two crustal low-velocity channels beneath SE Tibet revealed by joint inversion of Rayleigh wave dispersion and receiver functions
X Bao, X Sun, M Xu, DW Eaton, X Song, L Wang, Z Ding, N Mi, H Li, D Yu, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 415, 16-24, 2015
1272015
The acoustic properties of ores and host rocks in hardrock terranes
MH Salisbury, CW Harvey, L Matthews
Hardrock seismic exploration: SEG, 9-19, 2003
1232003
Physical properties and seismic imaging of massive sulfides
MH Salisbury, B Milkereit, G Ascough, R Adair, L Matthews, DR Schmitt, ...
Geophysics 65 (6), 1882-1889, 2000
1212000
Microseismic monitoring developments in hydraulic fracture stimulation
M Van Der Baan, D Eaton, M Dusseault
Isrm international conference for effective and sustainable hydraulic fracturing, 2013
1062013
Velocity–conductivity relationships for mantle mineral assemblages in Archean cratonic lithosphere based on a review of laboratory data and Hashin–Shtrikman extremal bounds
AG Jones, RL Evans, DW Eaton
Lithos 109 (1-2), 131-143, 2009
1042009
Hydraulic fracturing volume is associated with induced earthquake productivity in the Duvernay play
R Schultz, G Atkinson, DW Eaton, YJ Gu, H Kao
Science 359 (6373), 304-308, 2018
1002018
Paleoproterozoic collisional orogen beneath the western Canada sedimentary basin imaged by Lithoprobe crustal seismic-reflection data
GM Ross, B Milkereit, D Eaton, D White, ER Kanasewich, MJA Burianyk
Geology 23 (3), 195-199, 1995
1001995
How the crust meets the mantle: Lithoprobe perspectives on the Mohorovičić discontinuity and crust–mantle transition
FA Cook, DJ White, AG Jones, DWS Eaton, J Hall, RM Clowes
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47 (4), 315-351, 2010
982010
A simple method for resolving large converted‐wave (P-SV) statics
PW Cary, DWS Eaton
Geophysics 58 (3), 429-433, 1993
911993
Spatiotemporal variations in the b-value of earthquake magnitude–frequency distributions: Classification and causes
ZH El-Isa, DW Eaton
Tectonophysics 615, 1-11, 2014
882014
Precambrian crustal evolution: seismic constraints from the Canadian Shield
DA Thompson, ID Bastow, G Helffrich, JM Kendall, J Wookey, DB Snyder, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 297 (3-4), 655-666, 2010
872010
Seismic evidence for convection-driven motion of the North American plate
DW Eaton, A Frederiksen
Nature 446 (7134), 428-431, 2007
872007
New insights into the lithosphere beneath the Superior Province from Rayleigh wave dispersion and receiver function analysis
FA Darbyshire, DW Eaton, AW Frederiksen, L Ertolahti
Geophysical Journal International 169 (3), 1043-1068, 2007
862007
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