Martin O. Saar
Martin O. Saar
Professor of Earth Sciences ETH Zurich
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Using pyrosequencing to shed light on deep mine microbial ecology
RA Edwards, B Rodriguez-Brito, L Wegley, M Haynes, M Breitbart, ...
BMC genomics 7, 1-13, 2006
Permeability‐porosity relationship in vesicular basalts
MO Saar, M Manga
Geophysical Research Letters 26 (1), 111-114, 1999
Combining geothermal energy capture with geologic carbon dioxide sequestration
JB Randolph, MO Saar
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (10), 2011
Seismicity induced by seasonal groundwater recharge at Mt. Hood, Oregon
MO Saar, M Manga
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 214 (3-4), 605-618, 2003
Depth dependence of permeability in the Oregon Cascades inferred from hydrogeologic, thermal, seismic, and magmatic modeling constraints
MO Saar, M Manga
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B4), 2004
Accelerating lattice Boltzmann fluid flow simulations using graphics processors
P Bailey, J Myre, SDC Walsh, DJ Lilja, MO Saar
2009 international conference on parallel processing, 550-557, 2009
Geothermal heat as a tracer of large-scale groundwater flow and as a means to determine permeability fields
MO Saar
Hydrogeology Journal 19 (1), 31, 2011
Coupling carbon dioxide sequestration with geothermal energy capture in naturally permeable, porous geologic formations: Implications for CO2 sequestration
JB Randolph, MO Saar
Energy Procedia 4, 2206-2213, 2011
Numerical models of the onset of yield strength in crystal–melt suspensions
MO Saar, M Manga, KV Cashman, S Fremouw
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 187 (3-4), 367-379, 2001
The seismo-hydromechanical behavior during deep geothermal reservoir stimulations: open questions tackled in a decameter-scale in situ stimulation experiment
F Amann, V Gischig, K Evans, J Doetsch, R Jalali, B Valley, H Krietsch, ...
Solid Earth 9 (1), 115-137, 2018
A comparison of electric power output of CO2 Plume Geothermal (CPG) and brine geothermal systems for varying reservoir conditions
BM Adams, TH Kuehn, JM Bielicki, JB Randolph, MO Saar
Applied Energy 140, 365-377, 2015
On the importance of the thermosiphon effect in CPG (CO2 plume geothermal) power systems
BM Adams, TH Kuehn, JM Bielicki, JB Randolph, MO Saar
Energy 69, 409-418, 2014
Did melting glaciers cause volcanic eruptions in eastern California? Probing the mechanics of dike formation
AM Jellinek, M Manga, MO Saar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B9), 2004
A new partial-bounceback lattice-Boltzmann method for fluid flow through heterogeneous media
SDC Walsh, H Burwinkle, MO Saar
Computers & Geosciences 35 (6), 1186-1193, 2009
Experimental dissolution of dolomite by CO2-charged brine at 100 C and 150 bar: Evolution of porosity, permeability, and reactive surface area
AJ Luhmann, XZ Kong, BM Tutolo, N Garapati, BC Bagley, MO Saar, ...
Chemical Geology 380, 145-160, 2014
Carbon Dioxide-based geothermal energy generation systems and methods related thereto
MO Saar, JB Randolph, TH Kuehn
US Patent 8,316,955, 2012
The effects of high heating rate and high temperature on the rock strength: feasibility study of a thermally assisted drilling method
E Rossi, MA Kant, C Madonna, MO Saar, P Rudolf von Rohr
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 51 (9), 2957-2964, 2018
CO2 sequestration in feldspar-rich sandstone: coupled evolution of fluid chemistry, mineral reaction rates, and hydrogeochemical properties
BM Tutolo, AJ Luhmann, XZ Kong, MO Saar, WE Seyfried Jr
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 160, 132-154, 2015
Brine displacement by CO2, energy extraction rates, and lifespan of a CO2-limited CO2-Plume Geothermal (CPG) system with a horizontal production well
N Garapati, JB Randolph, MO Saar
Geothermics 55, 182-194, 2015
Hydraulic stimulation and fluid circulation experiments in underground laboratories: Stepping up the scale towards engineered geothermal systems
VS Gischig, D Giardini, F Amann, M Hertrich, H Krietsch, S Loew, ...
Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment 24, 100175, 2020
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