His primary areas of investigation include Fault, Petrology, Shale Gouge Ratio, Geotechnical engineering and Mineralogy. His Siliciclastic research extends to the thematically linked field of Petrology. His Shale Gouge Ratio study deals with Permeability intersecting with Lithology.
His work blends Geotechnical engineering and Fluid dynamics studies together. His Mineralogy research incorporates elements of Metamorphic rock, Tectonics, Outcrop, Geometry and Shear. His work in Deformation mechanism addresses subjects such as Deformation, which are connected to disciplines such as Cataclastic rock.
Robert J. Knipe focuses on Fault, Petrology, Geotechnical engineering, Fluid dynamics and Mineralogy. He has included themes like Geomorphology, Shear zone and Lithology in his Fault study. His Petrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cataclastic rock, Siliciclastic, Petrophysics, Permeability and Diagenesis.
His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Displacement and Deformation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mylonite, Strain rate, Metasomatism, Quartz and Microstructure in addition to Mineralogy. His studies examine the connections between Seismology and genetics, as well as such issues in Structural basin, with regards to Sedimentary rock.
Fault, Petrology, Structural basin, Geotechnical engineering and Petroleum engineering are his primary areas of study. His Fault research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Brittleness, Geometry and Fracture. His Petrology research includes themes of Mineralogy, Geomorphology, Petrophysics, Stack and Crystal.
The Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Mylonite, Tectonics, Cement, Geochemistry and Microstructure. His Structural basin research includes elements of Seismology, Flexibility and Thrust fault. His study in the field of Shearing also crosses realms of Kinematics, Strain energy and Knowledge base.
Robert J. Knipe mainly focuses on Fault, Mineralogy, Petrology, Structural complexity and Petroleum engineering. The various areas that Robert J. Knipe examines in his Fault study include Seal and Geotechnical engineering. Robert J. Knipe combines subjects such as Geometry and Displacement with his study of Geotechnical engineering.
The various areas that Robert J. Knipe examines in his Mineralogy study include Cataclasite, Pelite, Deformation bands, Recrystallization and Quartz. Robert J. Knipe has included themes like Geochemistry, Mylonite, Microstructure and Cement in his Quartz study. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Petrophysics, Permeability, Cataclastic rock and Rift.
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Deformation mechanisms — recognition from natural tectonites
Journal of Structural Geology (1989)
The permeability of faults within siliciclastic petroleum reservoirs of the North Sea and Norwegian Continental Shelf
Q.J Fisher;R.J Knipe.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2001)
Juxtaposition and Seal Diagrams to Help Analyze Fault Seals in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs
R. J. Knipe.
AAPG Bulletin (1997)
Fault sealing processes in siliciclastic sediments
Q. J. Fisher;R. J. Knipe.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1998)
Faulting processes and fault seal
Structural and Tectonic Modelling and its Application to Petroleum Geology#R##N#Proceedings of Norwegian Petroleum Society Workshop, 18–20 October 1989, Stavanger, Norway (1992)
Transformation- and reaction-enhanced ductility in rocks
S. H. White;R. J. Knipe.
Journal of the Geological Society (1978)
Strain path partitioning within thrust sheets : microstructural and petrofabric evidence from the Moine Thrust zone at Loch Eriboll, northwest Scotland.
R.D Law;R.J Knipe;H Dayan.
Journal of Structural Geology (1984)
Empirical estimation of fault rock properties
Susanne Sperrevik;Paul A. Gillespie;Quentin J. Fisher;Trond Halvorsen.
Norwegian Petroleum Society Special Publications (2002)
Hydrothermal gold mineralization in the Witwatersrand basin
A. C. Barnicoat;I. H. C. Henderson;R. J. Knipe;B. W. D. Yardley.
Glossary of normal faults
D.C.P. Peacock;R.J. Knipe;D.J. Sanderson.
Journal of Structural Geology (2000)
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