His primary areas of study are Seismology, Induced seismicity, Pore water pressure, Hydraulic fracturing and Borehole. His work is dedicated to discovering how Seismology, Poromechanics are connected with Anisotropy, Geometry and Magnitude and other disciplines. His research integrates issues of Characterisation of pore space in soil and Petrology in his study of Induced seismicity.
His Pore water pressure research incorporates elements of Brittleness and Geophysics. In his research, Passive seismic, Petroleum engineering, Rock mechanics and Petrophysics is intimately related to Geothermal gradient, which falls under the overarching field of Hydraulic fracturing. His Borehole research focuses on Permeability and how it relates to Mechanics, Scaling, Pressure diffusion and Limiting.
Serge A. Shapiro focuses on Seismology, Induced seismicity, Microseism, Petrology and Mechanics. His study focuses on the intersection of Seismology and fields such as Borehole with connections in the field of Geothermal gradient. His Induced seismicity research also works with subjects such as
His Microseism research includes elements of Hypocenter, Seismogram and Geophysical imaging. The various areas that Serge A. Shapiro examines in his Petrology study include Engineering geology, Volcanism, Igneous petrology, Gemology and Hydrogeology. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Wave propagation, Poromechanics, Porous medium and Elastic modulus.
Seismology, Induced seismicity, Microseism, Anisotropy and Geotechnical engineering are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Magnitude and Drilling in his Seismology study. His study explores the link between Induced seismicity and topics such as Hydraulic fracturing that cross with problems in Hydrogeology.
Serge A. Shapiro combines subjects such as Acoustics, Geophysics and Borehole with his study of Microseism. Serge A. Shapiro interconnects Isotropy, Stress, Mechanics and Mineralogy in the investigation of issues within Anisotropy. His work deals with themes such as Permeability and Exponential function, which intersect with Mineralogy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Anisotropy, Isotropy, Induced seismicity and Microseism. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Slab and Seismology. He has researched Anisotropy in several fields, including Elasticity, Stress, Composite material and Mechanics.
His Isotropy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Porosity, Transverse plane, Geometry, Mineralogy and Exponential function. His Induced seismicity study combines topics in areas such as Hydraulic fracturing, Geothermal energy, Pore water pressure and Seismic hazard. His research investigates the connection between Microseism and topics such as Geophysics that intersect with problems in Shear zone and Tectonics.
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Modeling the propagation of elastic waves using a modified finite-difference grid
Erik H. Saenger;Norbert Gold;Serge A. Shapiro.
Wave Motion (2000)
Characterization of fluid transport properties of reservoirs using induced microseismicity
Serge A. Shapiro;Elmar Rothert;Volker Rath;Jan Rindschwentner.
Elastic piezosensitivity of porous and fractured rocks
Serge A. Shapiro.
Fluid-induced seismicity: Pressure diffusion and hydraulic fracturing
S.A. Shapiro;C. Dinske.
Geophysical Prospecting (2009)
Seismogenic index and magnitude probability of earthquakes induced during reservoir fluid stimulations
Serge A. Shapiro;Carsten Dinske;Cornelius Langenbruch;Friedemann Wenzel.
Triggering of Seismicity by Pore-pressure Perturbations: Permeability-related Signatures of the Phenomenon
S. A. Shapiro;R. Patzig;E. Rothert;J. Rindschwentner.
Pure and Applied Geophysics (2003)
Generalization of Gassmann equations for porous media saturated with a solid material
Radim Ciz;Serge A. Shapiro.
Pore-pressure diffusion: A possible triggering mechanism for the earthquake swarms 2000 in Vogtland/NW-Bohemia, central Europe
M. Parotidis;E. Rothert;S. A. Shapiro.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Serge A. Shapiro.
Effective velocities in fractured media : A numerical study using the rotated staggered finite-difference grid
Erik H. Saenger;Serge A. Shapiro.
Geophysical Prospecting (2002)
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