The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Stress, Geomorphology, Geotechnical engineering, Tectonics and Stress field. Mark Tingay merges many fields, such as Stress and Database, in his writings. His work in the fields of Geomorphology, such as Basin and Range Province, overlaps with other areas such as Data records.
He combines subjects such as Passive margin and Petrology with his study of Geotechnical engineering. His Stress field research includes themes of Seismology and Focal mechanism. His work carried out in the field of Seismology brings together such families of science as Annulus and Casing.
Mark Tingay mainly focuses on Seismology, Stress, Stress field, Geotechnical engineering and Paleontology. His Seismology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Borehole. In general Stress study, his work on Crustal stress often relates to the realm of Database and Magnitude, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Stress field course of study focuses on Plate tectonics and Crust. His work in the fields of Pore water pressure, Overburden pressure and Geomechanics overlaps with other areas such as Field. His Pore water pressure study deals with Overpressure intersecting with Petrology.
Mark Tingay focuses on Seismology, Stress, Stress field, Paleontology and Borehole. Many of his studies on Seismology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Wellbore. His study on Crustal stress is often connected to Magnitude as part of broader study in Stress.
His Stress field research includes elements of Sedimentary basin and Plate tectonics. His Borehole study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural basin, Fault, Focal mechanism, Thrust fault and Pacific Plate. Mark Tingay usually deals with Structural basin and limits it to topics linked to Tectonics and Pore water pressure, Geochemistry and Petroleum.
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Global crustal stress pattern based on the World Stress Map database release 2008
Oliver Heidbach;Mark Tingay;Andreas Barth;John Reinecker.
The World Stress Map database release 2016 : Crustal stress pattern across scales
Oliver Heidbach;Mojtaba Rajabi;Xiaofeng Cui;Karl Fuchs.
The World Stress Map database release 2008, 1:46
O. Heidbach;M. Tingay;A. Barth;J. Reinecker.
Origin of overpressure and pore-pressure prediction in the Baram province, Brunei
Mark R. P. Tingay;Richard R. Hillis;Richard E. Swarbrick;Chris K. Morley.
AAPG Bulletin (2009)
Deepwater fold and thrust belt classification, tectonics, structure and hydrocarbon prospectivity: A review
C. Morley;R. King;R. Hillis;Mark Tingay.
Earth-Science Reviews (2011)
Plate boundary forces are not enough: Second‐ and third‐order stress patterns highlighted in the World Stress Map database
Oliver Heidbach;John Reinecker;Mark Tingay;Birgit Müller.
The East Java mud volcano (2006 to present): An earthquake or drilling trigger?
Richard J. Davies;Maria Brumm;Michael Manga;Rudi Rubiandini.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Subsurface fracture analysis and determination of in-situ stress direction using FMI logs: An example from the Santonian carbonates (Ilam Formation) in the Abadan Plain, Iran
Mojtaba Rajabi;Shahram Sherkati;Bahman Bohloli;Mark Tingay.
Seismic images of a collision zone offshore NW Sabah/Borneo
Dieter Franke;Udo Barckhausen;Ingo Heyde;Mark Tingay.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2008)
Evidence for overpressure generation by kerogen-to-gas maturation in the northern Malay Basin
Mark R. P. Tingay;Chris K. Morley;Andrew Laird;Orapan Limpornpipat.
AAPG Bulletin (2013)
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