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Atle Rotevatn
Atle Rotevatn
Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen
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Fault linkage and relay structures in extensional settings—A review
H Fossen, A Rotevatn
Earth-Science Reviews 154, 14-28, 2016
4182016
From outcrop to reservoir simulation model: Workflow and procedures
HD Enge, SJ Buckley, A Rotevatn, JA Howell
Geosphere 3 (6), 469-490, 2007
2312007
Glossary of fault and other fracture networks
DCP Peacock, CW Nixon, A Rotevatn, DJ Sanderson, LF Zuluaga
Journal of Structural Geology 92, 12-29, 2016
2202016
3D seismic analysis of the structure and evolution of a salt-influenced normal fault zone: a test of competing fault growth models
CAL Jackson, A Rotevatn
Journal of Structural Geology 54, 215-234, 2013
2002013
A broader classification of damage zones
DCP Peacock, V Dimmen, A Rotevatn, DJ Sanderson
Journal of Structural Geology 102, 179-192, 2017
1492017
How do normal faults grow?
A Rotevatn, CAL Jackson, ABM Tvedt, RE Bell, I Blækkan
Journal of Structural Geology 125, 174-184, 2019
1182019
Simulating the effect of subseismic fault tails and process zones in a siliciclastic reservoir analogue: Implications for aquifer support and trap definition
A Rotevatn, H Fossen
Marine and Petroleum Geology 28 (9), 1648-1662, 2011
1172011
Relationships between fractures
DCP Peacock, DJ Sanderson, A Rotevatn
Journal of Structural Geology 106, 41-53, 2018
1162018
Growth of normal faults in multilayer sequences: A 3D seismic case study from the Egersund Basin, Norwegian North Sea
ABM Tvedt, A Rotevatn, CAL Jackson, H Fossen, RL Gawthorpe
Journal of Structural Geology 55, 1-20, 2013
1162013
Fault interaction in porous sandstone and implications for reservoir management; examples from southern Utah
H Fossen, TES Johansen, J Hesthammer, A Rotevatn
AAPG bulletin 89 (12), 1593-1606, 2005
1132005
Are relay ramps conduits for fluid flow? Structural analysis of a relay ramp in Arches National Park, Utah
A Rotevatn, H Fossen, J Hesthammer, TE Aas, JA Howell
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 270 (1), 55-71, 2007
1122007
Overlapping faults and their effect on fluid flow in different reservoir types: A LIDAR-based outcrop modeling and flow simulation study
A Rotevatn, SJ Buckley, JA Howell, H Fossen
AAPG bulletin 93 (3), 407-427, 2009
1092009
Interacting faults
DCP Peacock, CW Nixon, A Rotevatn, DJ Sanderson, LF Zuluaga
Journal of Structural Geology 97, 1-22, 2017
1052017
The influence of structural inheritance and multiphase extension on rift development, the NorthernNorth Sea
TB Phillips, H Fazlikhani, RL Gawthorpe, H Fossen, CAL Jackson, RE Bell, ...
Tectonics 38 (12), 4099-4126, 2019
1042019
Techniques to determine the kinematics of synsedimentary normal faults and implications for fault growth models
CAL Jackson, RE Bell, A Rotevatn, ABM Tvedt
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 439 (1), 187-217, 2017
1002017
Fault-controlled dolomitization in a rift basin
C Hollis, E Bastesen, A Boyce, H Corlett, R Gawthorpe, J Hirani, ...
Geology 45 (3), 219-222, 2017
982017
Depositional processes and stratigraphic architecture within a coarse-grained rift-margin turbidite system: The Wollaston Forland Group, east Greenland
GA Henstra, SA Grundvåg, EP Johannessen, TB Kristensen, I Midtkandal, ...
Marine and Petroleum Geology 76, 187-209, 2016
942016
Dynamic investigation of the effect of a relay ramp on simulated fluid flow: geocellular modelling of the Delicate Arch Ramp, Utah
A Rotevatn, J Tveranger, JA Howell, H Fossen
Petroleum Geoscience 15 (1), 45-58, 2009
902009
Fault zone architecture and its scaling laws: where does the damage zone start and stop?
A Torabi, TSS Ellingsen, MU Johannessen, B Alaei, A Rotevatn, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 496 (1), 99-124, 2020
892020
Quantifying structural controls on fluid flow: Insights from carbonate-hosted fault damage zones on the Maltese Islands
V Dimmen, A Rotevatn, DCP Peacock, CW Nixon, K Nærland
Journal of Structural Geology 101, 43-57, 2017
892017
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