Martha Savage
Martha Savage
Professor of Geophysics, Victoria University of Wellington
Verified email at vuw.ac.nz
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Seismic anisotropy and mantle deformation: what have we learned from shear wave splitting?
MK Savage
Reviews of Geophysics 37 (1), 65-106, 1999
10731999
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
4701994
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
3182007
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
2421998
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
1921994
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
1442004
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
1231990
Frequency‐dependent anisotropy in Wellington, New Zealand
K Marson‐Pidgeon, MK Savage
Geophysical Research Letters 24 (24), 3297-3300, 1997
1221997
Changes in seismic anisotropy after volcanic eruptions: evidence from Mount Ruapehu
V Miller, M Savage
Science 293 (5538), 2231-2233, 2001
1112001
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
1062005
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
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
1021989
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
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
821990
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
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
781999
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20