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|Hugo Saur is PhD student at Pau University. The objectives of his thesis are to track the step by step evolution of the matrix of reservoir rocks in response to an increasing deformation applied on those rocks, to point out matrix properties at each deformation step and to link these properties to reservoir quality.|
As project partner:
- Matrix deformation in reservoir rocks: the case study of Hecho turbidites (DEMATRIX), Sep 2018 - Aug 2021
- Hugo Saur, Peter Moonen, Charles Aubourg, X-ray micro-CT images of calcareous shale samples [Data set], Digital Rocks Portal, 2021. (doi: 10.17612/JEK2-AX94)
- Hugo Saur, Peter Moonen, Charles Aubourg, Grain fabric heterogeneity in strained shales: insights from XCT measurements, JGR Solid Earth, Vol. 126(9), e2021JB022025, 2021. (doi: 10.1029/2021JB022025)
- Hugo Saur, Pascale Sénéchal, Tiphaine Boiron, Charles Aubourg, Hannelore Derluyn, Peter Moonen, First investigation of quartz and calcite shape fabrics in strained shales by means of X-ray tomography, Journal of Structural Geology, Vol. 130, 2020. (doi: 10.1016/j.jsg.2019.103905)
- Hugo Saur, Charles Aubourg, Peter Moonen, Pascale Sénéchal, Tiphaine Boiron, Hannelore Derluyn, Representativeness of volume investigated by high-resolution X-ray computed tomography in damaged fine-grained rocks, European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2020, Vienna, Austria, May 3-8, 2020.
- Pascale Sénéchal, Hugo Saur, Tiphaine Boiron, Hannelore Derluyn, Peter Moonen, Charles Aubourg, Evolution of matrix and pore fabrics in marls at different deformation states, European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 (EGU 2018), Vienna, Austria, April 8–13, 2018.