Geomechanical Investigation of Hydraulic Fracturing–Induced Fault Slippage and Seismicity in Naturally Fractured Duvernay Unconventional Play
Author(s): Li, Q. Konstantinovskaya, E., Zhmodik, A., Ibelegbu, Ch.
Publication: ARMA/DGS/SEG International Geomechanics Symposium
Lateral fluid propagation and strike slip fault reactivation related to hydraulic fracturing and induced seismicity in the Duvernay Formation, Fox Creek area, Alberta
Author(s): Elena Konstantinovskaya, Qiuguo Li, Alexey Zhmodik, Charles Ibelegbu, Ryan Schultz, Todd Shipman
Publication: Geophysical Journal International
Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous siliceous rocks and black shales from allochthonous complexes of the Koryak-Western Kamchatka orogenic belt, East Asia
Author(s): Filatova, N.I., Konstantinovskaya, E., Vishnevskaya V
Publication: International Geology Review
Issue: doi: 10.1080/00206814.2020.1848649
Page Numbers: 1-20
Strike-slip reactivation of a high-angle normal fault induced by increase of reservoir pore pressure: insight from 3D coupled reservoir-geomechanical modeling
Author(s): Elena Konstantinovskaya, Qiuguo Li, Michel Malo, Jose A. Rivero, Majid M. Faskhoodi, Bradley Campbell
Deformation partitioning in mountain belts: insights from analogue modelling experiments and the Taiwan collisional orogen
Author(s): Malavieille, J., Dominguez, S., Lu, C.-Y., Chen, C.-T., Konstantinovskaya, E.
Publication: Geological Magazine
Structural Features of the Central Labrador Trough: A Model for Strain Partitioning, Differential Exhumation and Late Normal Faulting in a Thrust Wedge under Oblique Shortening
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya, E., Ivanov, G., Feybesse, J.L., and Lescuyer, J.L.
Publication: Geoscience Canada
Page Numbers: 5-30
Vertical Anisotropy of the Lower Jurassic Gordondale Shales (Alberta) and Geomechanical Modeling for Optimization of Hydraulic Fracturing
Author(s): Ourishian, L., Konstantinovskaya, E, Harris, N.B.
3D geomechanics modeling and shale anisotropy for wellbore stability and horizontal well optimization, Middle Nazym field, Western Siberia, Russia
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya, E., Grachev, O., Petrakov, Yu., Sobolev, A., et al.
CO2 storage and induced fault instability in the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin (Québec, Canada): insight from coupled reservoir-geomechanical modeling.
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya, E., Rutqvist, J., Malo, M.
Page Numbers: 88-110
Effects of irregular basement structure on the geometry and emplacement of frontal thrusts and duplexes in the Quebec Appalachians: Interpretations from well and seismic reflection data
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya, E., Malo M., Badina F.
Page Numbers: 268-288
Workflow using sparse vintage data for building a first geological and reservoir model for CO2 geological storage in deep saline aquifer. A case study in the St. Lawrence Platform, Canada
Author(s): Claprood, M., Gloaguen, E., Giroux, B., Konstantinovskaya, E., Malo, M., Duchesne, M. J.
Publication: GHG Science and Technology
Page Numbers: 260-278
Present-day stress analysis of the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin and implications for caprock integrity during CO2 injection operation.
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya E., Malo M., Castillo D.A.
Page Numbers: 119-137
Thrust wedges with décollement levels and syntectonic erosion: A view from analogue models
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya E., and Malavieille J.
Page Numbers: 336-350
Effects of basement structure, sedimentation and erosion on thrust wedge geometry: an example from the Quebec Appalachians and analogue models
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya E.A., D. Rodriguez, D. Kirkwood, L.B. Harris, and R. Thériault.
Publication: Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology
Page Numbers: 34-62
Transfer zones and fault reactivation in inverted rift basins: Insights from physical modeling
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya E. A., L.B. Harris, J. Poulin, G.M. Ivanov
Page Numbers: 1-26
Erosion and Exhumation in Accretionary Orogens: Experimental and Geological Approaches
Author(s): Konstantinovskaya E.A. and Malavieille J.
Publication: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Page Numbers: Q02006