Martha Savage
Martha Savage
Professor of Geophysics, Victoria University of Wellington
Verified email at vuw.ac.nz
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Seismic anisotropy and mantle deformation: what have we learned from shear wave splitting?
MK Savage
Reviews of Geophysics 37 (1), 65-106, 1999
10581999
The interpretation of shear-wave splitting parameters in the presence of two anisotropic layers
PG Silver, MK Savage
Geophysical Journal International 119 (3), 949-963, 1994
4661994
Ambient noise Rayleigh wave tomography of New Zealand
FC Lin, MH Ritzwoller, J Townend, S Bannister, MK Savage
Geophysical Journal International 170 (2), 649-666, 2007
3142007
Lower crustal anisotropy or dipping boundaries? Effects on receiver functions and a case study in New Zealand
MK Savage
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B7), 15069-15087, 1998
2391998
Mantle deformation and tectonics: constraints from seismic anisotropy in the western United States
MK Savage, PG Silver
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 78 (3-4), 207-227, 1993
1931993
Seismicity in the western Great Basin apparently triggered by the Landers, California, earthquake, 28 June 1992
JG Anderson, JN Brune, JN Louie, Y Zeng, M Savage, G Yu, Q Chen, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 84 (3), 863-891, 1994
1911994
Shear-wave velocity structure in the northern Basin and Range province from the combined analysis of receiver functions and surface waves
S ÷zalaybey, MK Savage, AF Sheehan, JN Louie, JN Brune
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 87 (1), 183-199, 1997
1721997
Continuous deformation versus faulting through the continental lithosphere of New Zealand
P Molnar, HJ Anderson, E Audoine, D Eberhart-Phillips, KR Gledhill, ...
Science 286 (5439), 516-519, 1999
1461999
Seismic anisotropy beneath Ruapehu volcano: a possible eruption forecasting tool
A Gerst, MK Savage
Science 306 (5701), 1543-1547, 2004
1432004
Frequency‐dependent anisotropy in Wellington, New Zealand
K Marson‐Pidgeon, MK Savage
Geophysical Research Letters 24 (24), 3297-3300, 1997
1221997
Shear wave anisotropy and stress direction in and near Long Valley caldera, California, 1979–1988
MK Savage, WA Peppin, UR Vetter
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B7), 11165-11177, 1990
1221990
Changes in seismic anisotropy after volcanic eruptions: evidence from Mount Ruapehu
V Miller, M Savage
Science 293 (5538), 2231-2233, 2001
1082001
Shear‐wave splitting beneath western United States in relation to plate tectonics
S ÷zalaybey, MK Savage
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B9), 18135-18149, 1995
1061995
Stress and crustal anisotropy in Marlborough, New Zealand: evidence for low fault strength and structure-controlled anisotropy
NJ Balfour, MK Savage, J Townend
Geophysical Journal International 163 (3), 1073-1086, 2005
1052005
Seismic anisotropy and mantle flow from the Great Basin to the Great Plains, western United States
MK Savage, AF Sheehan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 105 (B6), 13715-13734, 2000
1052000
Shear-wave anisotropy of active tectonic regions via automated S-wave polarization analysis
MK Savage, XR Shih, RP Meyer, RC Aster
Tectonophysics 165 (1-4), 279-292, 1989
1011989
CSMIP strong-motion records from the Santa Cruz Mountains (Loma Prieta), California, earthquake of 17 October 1989
A Shakal
California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, Office†…, 1989
841989
Implications for intraplate volcanism and back-arc deformation in northwestern New Zealand, from joint inversion of receiver functions and surface waves
NA Horspool, MK Savage, S Bannister
Geophysical Journal International 166 (3), 1466-1483, 2006
812006
Observations of teleseismic shear‐wave splitting in the Basin and Range from portable and permanent stations
MK Savage, PG Silver, RP Meyer
Geophysical Research Letters 17 (1), 21-24, 1990
811990
Upper mantle anisotropy in the New Zealand region
ER Klosko, FT Wu, HJ Anderson, D Eberhart‐Phillips, TV McEvilly, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 26 (10), 1497-1500, 1999
771999
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