Steven E. Ingebritsen
Steven E. Ingebritsen
U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Verified email at usgs.gov
TitleCited byYear
Groundwater in geologic processes
SE Ingebritsen, WE Sanford
Cambridge University Press, 1999
6611999
Permeability of the continental crust: Implications of geothermal data and metamorphic systems
CE Manning, SE Ingebritsen
Reviews of Geophysics 37 (1), 127-150, 1999
5081999
Land subsidence in the United States
DL Galloway, DR Jones, SE Ingebritsen
US Geological Survey, 1999
4031999
Detection of aquifer system compaction and land subsidence using interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Antelope Valley, Mojave Desert, California
DL Galloway, KW Hudnut, SE Ingebritsen, SP Phillips, G Peltzer, F Rogez, ...
Water Resources Research 34 (10), 2573-2585, 1998
3971998
Changes in permeability caused by transient stresses: Field observations, experiments, and mechanisms
M Manga, I Beresnev, EE Brodsky, JE Elkhoury, D Elsworth, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 50 (2), RG2004, 2012
2272012
Multiphase groundwater flow near cooling plutons
DO Hayba, SE Ingebritsen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102 (B6), 12235-12252, 1997
2271997
Geological implications of a permeability-depth curve for the continental crust
SE Ingebritsen, CE Manning
Geology 27 (12), 1107-1110, 1999
2201999
Permeability of the continental crust: dynamic variations inferred from seismicity and metamorphism
SE Ingebritsen, CE Manning
Geofluids 10 (1‐2), 193-205, 2010
2072010
Principal components analysis of multitemporal image pairs
SE Ingebritsen, RJP Lyon
International Journal of Remote Sensing 6 (5), 687-696, 1985
1631985
Numerical simulation of magmatic hydrothermal systems
SE Ingebritsen, S Geiger, S Hurwitz, T Driesner
Reviews of Geophysics 48 (1), 2010
1302010
Use of precipitation and groundwater isotopes to interpret regional hydrology on a tropical volcanic island: Kilauea volcano area, Hawaii
MA Scholl, SE Ingebritsen, CJ Janik, JP Kauahikaua
Water Resources Research 32 (12), 3525-3537, 1996
1301996
The computer model HYDROTHERM, a three-dimensional finite-difference model to simulate ground-water flow and heat transport in the temperature range of 0 to 1,200 degrees C
DO Hayba, SE Ingebritsen
Water-resources investigations report, 1994
1251994
Magmatic activity beneath the quiescent Three Sisters volcanic center, central Oregon Cascade Range, USA
CW Wicks Jr, D Dzurisin, S Ingebritsen, W Thatcher, Z Lu, J Iverson
Geophysical Research Letters 29 (7), 26-1-26-4, 2002
1162002
Heat flow and hydrothermal circulation in the Cascade Range, north-central Oregon
SE Ingebritsen, DR Sherrod, RH Mariner
Science 243 (4897), 1458-1462, 1989
981989
Groundwater flow, heat transport, and water table position within volcanic edifices: Implications for volcanic processes in the Cascade Range
S Hurwitz, KL Kipp, SE Ingebritsen, ME Reid
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B12), 2003
952003
Hydrothermal systems of the Cascade Range, north-central Oregon
SE Ingebritsen, RH Mariner, DR Sherrod
US Government Printing Office, 1994
891994
The hydrogeology of Kilauea volcano
SE Ingebritsen, MA Scholl
Geothermics 22 (4), 255-270, 1993
841993
Geyser periodicity and the response of geysers to deformation
SE Ingebritsen, SA Rojstaczer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B10), 21891-21905, 1996
821996
Rates and patterns of groundwater flow in the Cascade Range volcanic arc, and the effect on subsurface temperatures
SE Ingebritsen, DR Sherrod, RH Mariner
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 97 (B4), 4599-4627, 1992
801992
Controls on geyser periodicity
SE Ingebritsen, SA Rojstaczer
Science 262 (5135), 889-892, 1993
791993
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