SD Milicich
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Reconstructing the geological and structural history of an active geothermal field: A case study from New Zealand
SD Milicich, CJN Wilson, G Bignall, B Pezaro, C Bardsley
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 262, 7-24, 2013
Geology of the wairakei-Tauhara geothermal system, New Zealand
G Bignall, SD Milicich, LE Ramirez, MD Rosenberg, GN Kilgour, AJ Rae
Proceedings Worlds Geothermal Congress, 25-30, 2010
U–Pb dating of zircon in hydrothermally altered rocks of the Kawerau Geothermal Field, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
SD Milicich, CJN Wilson, G Bignall, B Pezaro, BLA Charlier, JL Wooden, ...
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 253, 97-113, 2013
A practical guide to exploiting low temperature geothermal resources
IA Thain, AG Reyes, TM Hunt, M Climo, S Milicich
GNS Science, 2006
3d geological modelling using new Leapfrog Geothermal software
S Alcaraz, R Lane, K Spragg, S Milicich, F Sepulveda, G Bignall
Proceedings, 36th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering 31, 2011
Fluid flow associated with silicic lava domes and faults, Ohaaki hydrothermal field, New Zealand
C Rissmann, A Nicol, J Cole, B Kennedy, J Fairley, B Christenson, ...
Journal of volcanology and geothermal research 204 (1-4), 12-26, 2011
Ohaaki geothermal system: Refinement of a conceptual reservoir model
EK Mroczek, SD Milicich, PF Bixley, F Sepulveda, EA Bertrand, ...
Geothermics 59, 311-324, 2016
A review of the Kawerau geothermal field, New Zealand
SD Milicich, JP Clark, C Wong, M Askari
Geothermics 59, 252-265, 2016
A history of geothermal direct use development in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
M Climo, SD Milicich, B White
Geothermics 59, 215-224, 2016
3-D interpretative modelling applied to the geology of the Kawerau geothermal system, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
SD Milicich, C Bardsley, G Bignall, CJN Wilson
Geothermics 51, 344-350, 2014
Tauhara stage II geothermal project: geoscience report
M Rosenberg, E Wallin, S Bannister, S Bourguignon, S Sherburn, G Jolly, ...
GNS Science Consultancy Report 138, 2010, 2010
A zircon U-Pb geochronology for the Rotokawa geothermal system, New Zealand, with implications for Taupō Volcanic Zone evolution
SD Milicich, I Chambefort, CJN Wilson, S Alcaraz, TR Ireland, C Bardsley, ...
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 389, 106729, 2020
Using paleoseismology and tephrochronology to reconstruct fault rupturing and hydrothermal activity since c. 40 ka in Taupo Rift, New Zealand
RC Loame, P Villamor, DJ Lowe, SD Milicich, A Pittari, SLL Barker, A Rae, ...
Quaternary International 500, 52-70, 2019
Geological results of production well drilling in the western steamfield, Ohaaki geothermal system: 2005–2007
AJ Rae, MD Rosenberg, G Bignall, GN Kilgour, SD Milicich
Proceedings of the 29th New Zealand Geothermal Workshop, Auckland, New …, 2007
Discussion between a reservoir engineer and a geologist: permeability identification from completion test data and borehole image logs integration
C Massiot, K McLean, DD McNamara, F Sepulveda, SD Milicich
New Zealand Geothermal Workshop, 2017
Exploring structure and stress from depth to surface in the Wairakei Geothermal Field, New Zealand
DD McNamara, S Bannister, P Villamor, F Sepúlveda, SD Milicich, ...
41st Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 2016
The hydrothermal evolution of the Kawerau geothermal system, New Zealand
SD Milicich, I Chambefort, CJN Wilson, BLA Charlier, FJ Tepley
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 353, 114-131, 2018
Characterizing the subsurface structure and stress of New Zealand’s geothermal fields using borehole images
DD McNamara, C Massiot, SM Milicich
Energy Procedia 125, 273-282, 2017
Kawerau geothermal field: Geological framework
G Bignall, SD Milicich
GNS Science, 2012
“Earth Research” 3-Dimensional Geological Modelling of Geothermal Systems in New Zealand–a New Visualisation Tool
SD Milicich, MA van Dam, MD Rosenberg, AJ Rae, G Bignall
Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2010, 2010
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