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Publications: Martha Kane Savage

                        ORCID: 0000-0002-2080-0676

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My Student & postdoctoral authors are in italics, my name is in bold.

Submitted

Lay, V., Buske, S., Bodenburg, S., Townend, J., Kellett, R., Savage, M., Schmitt, D., Constantinou, A., Eccles, J., Bertram,
M., Hall, K., Lawton, D., Gorman, A., Kofman, R., Seismic P-wave Velocity Model from 3D VSP data at the Alpine Fault
DFDP-2 drill site (New Zealand), Journal of Geophysical Research, Solid Earth: submitted as manuscript number
2019JB018519, 2019, resubmitted December 2019

Pasan Herath, Tim A. Stern, Martha K. Savage, Dan Bassett, and Stuart Henrys, Crustal and Upper Mantle Structure of
Hikurangi Oceanic Plateau beneath 1 Southeastern North Island, New Zealand, EPSL, submitted 4 June 2019, in revision.

Kinoshita, S., M. K. Savage and Y. Aoki, Receiver functions and ambient noise recordings suggest a widespread zone of
fluids in the lower crust surrounds the Tongariro Volcanic Region, New Zealand, submitted to EPSL 14 June 2017, EPSL-S-
17-00391, in revision.

                                      List of Refereed Articles Published or in Press

128. Stuart Henrys, Donna Eberhart-Philips, Dan Bassett, Rupert Sutherland, David Okaya, Martha Savage, Dominic
  Evanzia, Tim Stern, Hiroshi Sato, Kimihiro Mochizuki, Takaya Iwasaki, Eiji Kurashimo, Anya Seward, and Aaron.
  Wech, Upper-plate heterogeneity along the southern Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand, Geophysical Research Letters,
  2019GL085511, accepted January 2020.
127. F. Civilini, M.K. Savage, J. Townend, Shear-wave velocity changes induced by earthquakes and rainfall at the
  Rotokawa and Ngatamariki geothermal fields, Taupō Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, Geophysical Journal International,
  221, 97-114, https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggz547, 2020.
126. Hubert Zal, Katrina Jacobs, Martha Kane Savage, Jefferson Yarce, Stefan Mroczek, Kenny Graham, Erin K. Todd,
  Jenny Nakai, Yuriko Iwasaki, Anne Sheehan, Kimihiro Mochizuki, Laura Wallace, Susan Schwartz, Spahr Webb, Stuart
  Henrys,Temporal and spatial variations in seismic anisotropy and VP/VS ratios in a region of slow slip, Earth and
  Planetary Science Letters, 532 115970, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.115970, 2020.
125. C. Hopp, S. Sewell, S. Mroczek, M. Savage, J.Townend, Seismic response to evolving injection at the Rotokawa
  geothermal field, New Zealand, Geothermics 85, 101750, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geothermics.2019.101750, 2020.
124. K Michailos, E Warren-Smith, MK Savage, J Townend, Detailed spatiotemporal properties of the tectonic stress
  regime near the central Alpine Fault, Tectonophysics, 775, pp 228205, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tecto.2019.228205, 2020.
123. Stefan Mroczek, Martha K. Savage, Chet Hopp, and Steven M. Sewell, Anisotropy as an Indicator for Reservoir
  Changes: example from the Rotokawa and Ngatamariki geothermal fields, New Zealand, Geophysical Journal
  International, 220, 1-17 doi: 10.1093/gji/ ggz400, 2020.
122. Illsley-Kemp, Finnigan, Martha K. Savage, Colin J. N. Wilson, Stephen Bannister, Mapping Stress and Structure from
  Subducting Slab to Magmatic Rift: Crustal Seismic Anisotropy of the North Island, New Zealand, Geochemistry,
  Geophysics, Geosystems, 20, doi: 10.1029/2019GC008529, 2019.
121. F. Civilini, W.D. Mooney, M.K. Savage, J. Townend, H. Zahran, Crustal imaging of northern Harrat Rahat, Saudi
  Arabia, from ambient noise tomography, Geophysical Journal International, 219, 1532-1549, doi:10.1093/gji/ggz380
  2019.
120. F. Lanza, C. J. Chamberlain, K. Jacobs, E. Warren-Smith, H. J. Godfrey, M. Kortink, C.H. Thurber, M. K. Savage, J.
  Townend, S. Roecker, and D. Eberhart-Phillips, Crustal fault connectivity of the Mw 7.8 2016 Kaikōura earthquake
  constrained by aftershock relocations, Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 6487–6496, doi:10.1029/2019GL082780, 2019.
119. Hopp, C., Sewell, S., Savage, M., Mroczek, S., Townend J., Microseismic response to injection well stimulation in a
  high-Temperature, high-permeability reservoir, G-cubed, 20, 2848–2871, doi: 10.1029/2019GC008243, 2019.
118. Yarce, J A Sheehan, J Nakai, S Schwartz, M Savage, L Wallace, S Henrys, S Webb, Y Ito, R Abercrombie, B Fry, H
  Shaddox, E Todd, Seismicity at the northern Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand, and investigation of the potential spatial
and temporal relationships with a shallow slow slip event, J. Geophysical Research, 124, pp 4751-4766, doi:
  10.1029/2018JB017211, 2019.
117. Yates, AS, MK Savage, AD Jolly, C Caudron and IJ Hamling, Volcanic, co-seismic and seasonal changes detected at
  White Island (Whakaari) volcano, New Zealand, using seismic ambient noise, Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 1, p 99-
  108 doi: 10.1029/2018GL080580 2019.
116. Michailos, K., Euan G. C. Smith, C. J. Chamberlain, J. Townend and Martha K. Savage. Variations in seismogenic
  thickness along the central Alpine Fault, New Zealand, revealed by a decade’s relocated microseismicty, G-cubed, 20 (1),
  pp 470-486 https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GC007743, 2019.
115. Hirschberg, H., S. Lamb and M. K. Savage, Strength of an obliquely convergent plate boundary: lithospheric stress
  magnitudes and viscosity in New Zealand, Geophysical Journal International, vol. 216, p. 1005-1024,
  https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggy477, 2019.
114. Evanzia, D., Lamb S, Savage MK, Stern T, Illumination of deformation by bending stresses within the southern
  Hikurangi double Benioff zone, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 62 (1), 111-120
  https://doi.org/10.1080/00288306.2018.1532439, 2018.
113. Heckels, R.E.G., M. K. Savage and J. Townend, Post-seismic velocity changes following the 2010 Mw 7.1 Darfield
  earthquake, New Zealand, revealed by ambient seismic field analysis, Geophysical Journal International, Volume 213,
  Issue 2, 1 May 2018, Pages 931–939, https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggy021, 2018.
112. Baratin, Laura-May, Calum J Chamberlain, John Townend, Martha K Savage, Focal mechanisms and inter-event
  times of low-frequency earthquakes reveal secular and triggered slow slip on the deep Alpine Fault, Earth and Planetary
  Science Letters, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2017.12.021, Volume 484, Pages 111-123, 2018.
111. Hua, Junlin, Fischer KA, MK Savage, The lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary beneath the South Island of New
  Zealand, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2017.12.011, Volume 484, Pages 92-102,
  2018.
110. Towned, J
   1 John Townend (Victoria University of Wellington) (corr-auth)
   2 Rupert Sutherland (Victoria University of Wellington)
   3 Virginia Toy (University of Otago)
   4 Mai Linh Doan (ISTerre, Université Joseph Fourier)
   5 Bernard Celerier (CNRS, University of Montpellier)
   6 Cecile Massiot (GNS Science)
   7 Jamie Coussens (University of Southampton)
   8 Tamara Jeppson (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
   9 Lucie Janku-Capova (Victoria University of Wellington)
  10 Lea Remaud (ISTerre, Université Joseph Fourier)
  11 Phaedra Upton (GNS Science)
  12 Douglas Schmitt (University of Alberta)
  13 Philippe Pezard (CNRS Laboratoire de Tectonophysique)
  14 Jack Williams (University of Otago)
  15 Michael Allen (University of Liverpool)
  16 Laura-May Baratin (Victoria University of Wellington)
  17 Nicolas Barth (University of California Riverside)
  18 Leeza Becroft (University of Otago)
  19 Carolin Boese (International Earth Sciences IESE Ltd)
  20 Carolyn Boulton (Victoria University of Wellington)
  21 Neil Broderick (University of Auckland)
  22 Brett Carpenter (University of Oklahoma)
  23 Calum Chamberlain (Victoria University of Wellington)
  24 Alan Cooper
  25 Ashley Coutts (University of Auckland)
  26 Simon Cox (GNS Science)
  27 Lisa Craw (University of Otago)
  28 Jennifer Eccles (University of Auckland)
  29 Daniel Faulkner (University of Liverpool)
  30 Jason Grieve (University of Otago)
  31 Julia Grochowski (Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri)
32 Anton Gulley (University of Auckland)
  33 Arthur Hartog (Schlumberger Gould Research)
  34 Gilles Henry (CNRS, University of Montpellier)
  35 Jamie Howarth (Victoria University of Wellington)
  36 Katrina Jacobs (GNS Science)
  37 Naoki Kato (Osaka University)
  38 Stephen Keys (Victoria University of Wellington)
  39 Martina Kirilova (University of Otago)
  40 Yusuke Kometani (Yamaguchi University)
  41 Robert Langridge (Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences)
  42 Weiren Lin (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University)
  43 Timothy Little (Victoria University of Wellington)
  44 Adrienn Lukacs
  45 Deirdre Mallyon (University of Alberta)
  46 Elisabetta Mariani (University of Liverpool)
  47 Loren Mathewson (University of Otago)
  48 Ben Melosh (McGill University)
  49 Catrion Menzies (University of Southampton)
  50 Hiroshi Mori (Shinshu University)
  51 André Niemeijer (Utrecht University)
  52 Osamu Nishikawa (Akita University)
  53 Olivier Nitsch (Flodim)
  54 Jehanne Paris (University of Bordeaux)
  55 David Prior (University of Otago)
  56 Katrina Sauer (University of Otago)
  57 Martha Savage (Victoria University of Wellington)
  58 Anja Schleicher (GFZ Potsdam)
  59 Norio Shigematsu (Geological Survey of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
  60 Sam Taylor-Offord (GNS Science)
  61 Damon Teagle (National Oceanography Centre Southampton)
  62 Harold Tobin (University of Wisconsin–Madison)
  63 Robert Valdez (Pennsylvania State University)
  64 Konrad Weaver (Victoria University of Wellington)
  65 Thomas Wiersberg (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
  66 Martin Zimmer (GFZ Potsdam)
Petrophysical, geochemical, and hydrological evidence for extensive fracture-mediated fluid and heat transport in the Alpine
Fault’s hanging-wall damage zone, G-cubed, 18 (12) doi: 10.1002/2017GC007202, 2017.
109. S. Cesca, Y. Zhang, V. Mouslopoulou, R. Wang, J. Saul, M. Savage, S. Heimann, S.-K. Kufner, O. Oncken, T. Dahm,
   Complex rupture process of the Mw 7.8, 2016, Kaikoura earthquake, New Zealand, and its aftershock sequence, Earth
   and Planetary Science Letters, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2017.08.024. Vol. 478(2017), pp. 110–120., 2017.
108. Evanzia, D., T.Wilson, M. Savage, S. Lamb, and H. Hirschberg, Stress Orientations in a Locked Subduction Zone at
   the Southern Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand, Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 122 (10), 7895-7911
   doi:10.1002/2017JB013998, 2017.
107. Chamberlain, CJ, CM Boese, JD Eccles, MK Savage,L-M Baratin, J Townend, AK Gulley, KM Jacobs, AB, S Taylor-
   Offord, C Thurber, B Guo, T Okada, R Takagi, K Yoshida, R Sutherland and VG Toy, Real-time earthquake monitoring
   at the Deep Fault Drilling Project Phase-2, Alpine Fault, New Zealand, Seismological Research Letters, 2017 Vol. 88 (6):
   1443-1454. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220170095, 2017.
106. Toy, V., R. Sutherland, J. Townend, M. J. Allen, L. Becroft, A. Boles, C. Boulton, B. Carpenter, A. Cooper, S. C. Cox,
   C. Daube, D. R. Faulkner, A. Halfpenny, N. Kato, S. Keys, M. Kirilova, Y. Kometani, T. Little, E. Mariani, B. Melosh, C.
   D. Menzies, L. Morales, C. Morgan, H. Mori, A. Niemeijer, D. Prior, K. Sauer, A. M. Schleicher, N. Shigematsu, D. A.
   H. Teagle, H. Tobin, R. Valdez, J. Williams, S. Yeo, L.-M. Baratin, N. Barth, A. Benson, C. Boese, L. Capova, B.
   Célérier, C. J. Chamberlain, Ronald Conze, J. Coussens, L. Craw, M.-L. Doan, J. Eccles, J. Grieve, J. Grochowski, A.
   Gulley, J. Howarth, K. Jacobs, T. Jeppson, R. Langridge, D. Mallyon, R. Marx, C. Massiot, L. Mathewson, J. Moore, O.
   Nishikawa, B. Pooley, A. Pyne, M. Savage, D. Schmitt, S. Taylor-Offord, P. Upton, K. C. Weaver, T. Wiersberg, D. M.
Zimmer, DFDP-2 Science Team, Bedrock Geology of DFDP-2B, Central Alpine Fault, New Zealand, submitted to New
   Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 60, (4), 497-518,doi: 10.1080/00288306.2017.1375533 2017.
105. F. Illsley-Kemp, MK Savage, D Keir, HP Hirschberg, JM Bull, T Gernon, JOS Hammond, J-M Kendall, A Ayele, B
   Goitom, Extension and Stress During Continental Breakup: Seismic Anisotropy of the Crust in Northern Afar, Earth and
   Planetary Science Letters, 477, 41-51, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2017.08.014 2017.
104. R. Sutherland, J. Townend, V.G. Toy, Phaedra Upton, and the DFDP-2B Science Team (Michael Allen,Laura-May
   Baratin, Nicolas Barth, Leeza Becroft, Carolin Boese, Austin Boles, Carolyn Boulton, Neil Broderick, Lucie Capova,
   Brett Carpenter, Bernard Celerier, Calum Chamberlain, Alan, Cooper, Jamie Coussens, Ashley Coutts, Simon Cox, Lisa
   Craw, Mai-Linh Doan, Jennifer Eccles, Dan Faulkner, Jason Grieve, Julia Grochowski, Anton Gulley, Arthur Hartog,
   Jamie Howarth, Katrina Jacobs, Tamara, Jeppson, Naoki, Kato, Steven Keys, Martina Kirilova, Yusuke Kometani, Rob
   Langridge, Weiren Lin, Tim Little, Adrienn Lukacs, Deirdre Mallyon, Elisabetta Mariani, Cecile Massiot, Loren
   Mathewson, Ben Melosh, Catriona Menzies, Jo Moore, Luiz Morales, Chance Morgan, Hiroshi Mori, Andre Niemeijer,
   Osamu Nishikawa, Dave Prior, Katrina Sauer, Martha Savage, Anja Schleicher, Doug Schmitt, Norio Shigematsu, Sam
   Taylor-Offord, Damon Teagle, Harold Tobin, Robert Valdez, Konrad Weaver, Thomas Wiersberg, Jack Williams, Nick
   Woodman, Martin Zimmer), Extreme hydrothermal conditions at an active plate-bounding fault" (reference number:
   2016-07-10639C),10639), Nature, 01 JuneMay 2017, doi:10.1038/nature22355, 2017.
103. Godfrey, H. J., B. Fry and M. K. Savage, Shear-wave velocity structure of the Tongariro Volcanic Centre, New
   Zealand, from ambient noise, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research,
   http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2017.01.019, 2017.
102. Civilini, F, A Pancha, MK Savage, S Sewell, J Townend, Inferring shear-velocity structure in the upper 200 meters
   using cultural ambient noise at the Ngatamariki geothermal field, central North Island, New Zealand, Interpretation, 4 (3),
   SJ87-SJ101, DOI: 10.1190/INT-2015-0204.101, 2016.
101. Savage, MK, Y Aoki, K Unglert, T Ohkura, K Umakoshi, H Shimizu, M Iguchi, T Tameguri, J Mori, Stress, strain rate
   and anisotropy in Kyushu, Japan, Earth and Planetary Letters, Vol. 439, 1 April 2016, pages 129-142, doi:
   10.1016/j.epsl.2016.01.005, 2016.
100. Jacobs, K., E.C.G. Smith, MK Savage, Quantifying seismicity associated with slow slip events in the Hikurangi
   Margin, New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 59 (1) 58-69, doi:
   10.1080/00288306.2015.1127827, 2016.
99. Pischiutta, M., MK Savage, RA Holt, F Salvini, Fracture-related wavefield polarization and seismic anisotropy across
   the Greendale Fault, Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, doi 10.1002/2014JB011560, 2015.
98. Karalliyadda,SC, MK Savage, AF Sheehan, J Collins, D Zietlow, S-wave splitting in the offshore South Island, New
   Zealand: Insights into plate-boundary deformation, G-cubed, 16 (9), 2829-2847 doi: 10.1002/2015GC005882, 2015.
97. Savage MK, V. Ferrazzini, A. Peltier, E. Rivemale, J. Mayor, A. Schmid, F. Brenguier, F. Massin, J. –L. Got, J.
   Battaglia, A.DiMuro, T. Staudacher, D. Rivet, Benoit Taisne, A. Shelley, Seismic anisotropy and its precursory change
   before eruptions at Piton de la Fournaise volcano, La Réunion, Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 120, 5,
   3430-3458, doi:10.1002/2014JB011665, 2015.
96. Eiji Kurashimo, Stuart Henrys, Hiroshi Sato, Takaya Iwasaki, David Okaya, Rupert Sutherland, Tim Stern, Takashi
   Iidaka, Tatsuya Ishiyama and Martha Savage, Seismic scatter imaging beneath the Wellington region, North Island, New
   Zealand, Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (9), 3240-3247 doi:10.1002/2015GL063230, 2015.
95. Araragi, K, Savage, MK, Ohminato T and Aoki Y, Seismic anisotropy of the upper crust around Mt. Fuji, Japan,
   Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 120, 2739-2751, doi: 10.1002/2014JB011554, 2015.
94. Castellazzi, C, MK Savage, E Walsh and R Arnold, Shear-wave automatic picking and splitting measurement at
   Ruapehu volcano, New Zealand, Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 120 (5), 3363-3384,
   doi:10.1002/2014JB011585, 2015.
93. Stern, TA, SH Henrys, DA Okaya, J Louie, MK Savage, H Sato, R Sutherland, T Iwasaki, S Lamb, A seismic reflection
   image for the base of a tectonic plate, Nature, 518(7537), 85-88, doi:10.1038/nature14146, 2015. This paper won the
   New Zealand Geophysics Prize in 2015.
92. Godfrey HJ, Shelley A, Savage MK, Search for temporal changes in shear-wave splitting associated with the 2012 Te
   Maari Eruptions at Mt. Tongariro, New Zealand, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 286, 277-293,
   10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.05.002, Oct. 2014.
91. Shelley A, Savage MK, Williams C, Aoki Y, Gurevich B, Modelling shear wave splitting due to stress-induced
   anisotropy, with an application to Mount Asama Volcano, Japan, Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, 119,
   4269-4286, doi: 10.1002/2013J B010817, 2014.
90. Zietlow D, Sheehan AF, Molnar PA, Savage MK, Hirth G, Collins J, Hager B, Upper Mantle Seismic Anisotropy at a
   Strike-Slip Boundary: South Island, New Zealand, Journal of Geophysical Research, 119 (2), 1020-1040 doi:
   10.1002/2013JB010676, 2013.
89. Walsh, E., R. Arnold and M. K. Savage, Silver and Chan Revisited, Journal of Geophysical Research, 118, 10, 5500-
   5515, doi: 10.1002/jgrb.50386, 2013.
88. Holt, R. A., M. K. Savage, J. Townend, E. M. Syracuse, C. H. Thurber, Crustal stress and fault strength in the
   Canterbury Plains, New Zealand, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 383, 173-181, 2013, doi:
   10.1016/j.epsl.2013.09.041, 2013.
87. Syracuse, EM, CH Thurber, CJ Rawles, MK Savage, S Bannister, High-resolution relocation of aftershocks of the Mw
   7.1 Darfield, New Zealand, earthquake and implications for fault activity, Journal of Geophysical Research, 118, 4184-
   4195, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50301, 2013.
86. Savage MK, Lin F-C, Townend J, Ambient noise cross-correlation observations of fundamental and higher-mode
   Rayleigh wave propagation governed by basement resonance, Geophysical Research Letters, 40(14), 3556-3561,
   doi: 10.1002/grl.50678, 2013.
85. S. Henrys, A. Wech, R. Sutherland, T. Stern, M. Savage, H. Sato, K. Mochizuki, T. Iwasaki, D. Okaya, A. Seward, B.
   Tozer, J. Townend, E. Kurashimo, T. Iidaka, and T. Ishiyama, SAHKE geophysical transect reveals crustal and
   subduction zone structure at the southern Hikurangi margin, New Zealand, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G-
   cubed), 14 (7), 2063-2083, doi: 10.1002/ggge.20136, 2013. (This paper won the Geophysics Prize in 2013)
84. Karalliyadda S, Savage MK, Seismic anisotropy and lithospheric deformation of the plate-boundary zone in South
    Island, New Zealand: inferences from local S-wave Splitting, Geophysical Journal International, vol. 193 (2): 507-530,
    doi:10.1093/gji/ggt022, 2013.
83. Jacobs K, Smith EGC, Savage MK, Zhuang J, Cumulative rate analysis (CURATE): A clustering algorithm for swarm
    dominated catalogs, J. Geophys. Res., 118, 553-569, doi:10.1029/2012JB009222,2013.
82. Syracuse EM, Holt RA, Savage MK, Johnson JH, Thurber CH, Unglert K, Allan KN, Karaliyadda S, Henderson M,
    Temporal and spatial evolution of hypocentres and anisotropy from the Darfield aftershock sequence: implications for
    fault geometry and age, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, vol. 55, issue 3, September 2012, pp 287-293,
    doi:10.1080/00288306.2012.690766, 2012
81. Johnson JH, Savage MK, Tracking volcanic and geothermal activity with shear wave splitting tomography, Journal of
    Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 223-224, 1-10, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.01.017, 2012.
80. Johnson JH, Savage MK, and Townend J, Distinguishing between Stress-induced and Structural Anisotropy at Mount
    Ruapehu Volcano, New Zealand, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 116, B12303, 18 pp., doi: 10.1029/2011JB008308 2011.
79.Unglert K, Savage MK, Fournier N, Ohkura, T and Abe Y, Shear-wave splitting, vP/vS and GPS during a time of
    enhanced activity at Aso caldera, Kyushu, J. Geophys. Res., 116, B11203, doi:10.1029/2011JB008520, 2011.
78. Keats BS, Johnson JH, Savage MK, The Erua earthquake cluster and seismic anisotropy in the Ruapehu region, New
    Zealand, Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 38, L16315, 6 pp., doi:10.1029/2011GL049014, 2011.
77. Salmon M, Stern TA, Savage MK, A major step in the continental Moho and its geodynamic consequences: the
    Taranaki-Ruapehu line, New Zealand, Geophys. J. Internat., 186, 32-44, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05035.x, 2011.
76. Behr, Y, Townend J, Bannister S, Savage MK, Crustal shear wave tomography of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New
    Zealand, via ambient noise correlation between multiple three-component networks, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 12,
    Q03015, doi:10.1029/2010GC003385, 2011.
75. Roman DC, Savage MK, Arnold R, Latchman JL, De Angelis S, Analysis and forward modeling of seismic anisotropy
    during the ongoing eruption of the Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat, 1996–2007, J. Geophys. Res. 116, B03201,
    doi:10.1029/2010JB007667, 2011.
74. Savage MK, Wessel A, Teanby NA, Hurst AW, Automatic measurement of shear wave splitting and applications to time
    varying anisotropy at Mount Ruapehu volcano, New Zealand, J. Geophys. Res., 115, B12321,
    doi:10.1029/2010JB007722, 2010.
73. Johnson, JH, Prejean S, Savage MK, Townend J Anisotropy, repeating earthquakes, and seismicity associated with the
    2008 eruption of Okmok volcano, Alaska, J. Geophys. Res., 115, B00B04, doi:10.1029/2009JB006991, 2010.
72. Stern TA, Stratford W, Seward A, Henderson M, Savage MK, Smith EGC, Benson A, Greve S, Salmon M, Crust–mantle
    structure of the central North Island, New Zealand, based on seismological observations, J. Volcanology Geothermal
    Res., 190, pp. 58-74, February 2010.
71. Savage MK, Ohminato T, Aoki Y, Tsuji H, Greve S, Stress magnitude and its temporal variation at Mt. Asama Volcano,
    Japan, from seismic anisotropy and GPS, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 290, Issues 3-4, doi:
    10.1016/j.epsl.2009.12.037, pp. 403-414, 2010.
70. Savage MK, Rhoades D, Smith EGC, Gerstenberger M, Vere-Jones D, Seismogenesis and Earthquake Forecasting: The
    Frank Evison Volume, Introduction: PAGEOPH, vol. 167, N.6/7, 2010 (vol.I) and vol. 167, N.8/9, (vol. II) 2010.
69. Behr Y, Townend J, Savage MK, Bannister S, Shear-velocity structure of the Northland Peninsula, New Zealand,
    inferred from ambient noise correlations, J. Geophys. Res. 115, doi:/10.1029/2009JB006737, 2010.
68. Titzschkau T, Savage MK, Hurst AW, Changes in attenuation related to eruptions of Mt. Ruapehu Volcano, New
    Zealand, J. Volcanology and Geothermal Res. doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2009.07.012, 190, Issues 1-2, pp. 168-178, 2010.
67. Greve S, Savage MK, Modelling seismic anisotropy across the Central Volcanic Region, New Zealand, Earth and
    Planetary Science Letters, Volume 285, Issues 1-2, Pages 16-26, 2009.
66. Badal J, Booth D, Savage MK, Zhang J, Preface to a special edition on Seismic Anisotropy, J Seismol doi:
    10.1007/s10950-009-9151-5, J. Seismology: Volume 13, Issue2 Page 179, 2009.
65. Clarke D, Townend J, Savage MK, Bannister S, Seismicity in the Rotorua and Kawerau geothermal systems, Taupo
    Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, based on improved velocity models and cross-correlation measurements, Reference:
    VOLGEO4175, J. Volcanology and Geothermal Res. Online publication doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2008.11.004, 2009.
64. Zhuang J, Christophersen A, Savage MK, Vere-Jones D, Ogata Y, Jackson DD, Differences between spontaneous and
    triggered earthquakes: their influences on foreshock probabilities, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B11302,
    doi:10.1029/2008JB005579, 2008.
63. Tormann T, Savage MK, Smith EGC, Stirling M, Wiemer S, Time-, distance- and magnitude-dependent foreshock
    probability model for New Zealand, Bull. Seismo. Soc. America, vol. 98, no. 5, pp 2149-2160, doi: 10.1785/0120060217,
    2008.
62. Greve SM, Savage MK, Hofmann SD, Strong variations in seismic anisotropy across the Hikurangi subduction zone,
    North Island, New Zealand, Tectonophys., vol 462, No. 1-4, pp 7-21, 15 pp. doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2007.07.011, 2008.
61. Ma SQ, Savage MK, Yu S, Modelling Ground Motion in the Hutt Valley, New Zealand, New Zealand Society of
    Earthquake Engineering Bulletin, NZ Soc. Earthquake Engineering Bull., vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 190-199, 2007.
60. Bourguignon S, Savage MK, Stern T, Crustal thickness and Pn anisotropy beneath the Southern Alps oblique collision,
    New Zealand , in A Continental Plate Boundary: Tectonics at South Island, New Zealand, editors D. Okaya, T. Stern and
    F. Davey, American Geophys. Union Geophys. Monograph Series 175, pp. 117-124, 2007.
59. Boyd OS, Savage MK, Sheehan AF, Jones CH, Illuminating the plate interface structure beneath Cook Strait, New
    Zealand, with receiver functions, J. Geophys. Res., 112, B06310, doi: 10.1029/2006JB004552, 2007.
58. Lin FC, Ritzwoller M, Townend J, Bannister S, Savage MK, Ambient Noise Rayleigh Wave Tomography of New
    Zealand, Geophys. J. International, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2007.03414.x, 2007.
57. Bannister S, Reyners M, Stuart G, Savage MK, Imaging the Hikurangi subduction zone, New Zealand, using teleseismic
    receiver functions: crustal fluids above the forearc mantle wedge, Geophys. J. International, doi: 10.111/j.1365-
    246X.2007.03345.x, Vol. 169, pp. 602-616, 2007.
56. Savage MK, Duclos M, Marson-Pidgeon K, Seismic Anisotropy in the South Island, New Zealand, in A Continental
    Plate Boundary: Tectonics at South Island, New Zealand, editors D. Okaya, T. Stern and F. Davey, Am. Geophys. Union
    Geophys. Monograph Series 175, pp. 95-116, 2007.
55. Savage MK, Tommasi A, Ellis S, Chery J, Modeling Strain and Anisotropy along the Alpine Fault, South Island, New
    Zealand, in A Continental Plate Boundary: Tectonics at South Island, New Zealand, editors D. Okaya, T. Stern and F.
    Davey, American Geophys. Union Geophys. Monograph Series 175, pp. 289-305, 2007.
54. Bourguignon S, Stern T, Savage MK, Crust and mantle thickening beneath the southern portion of the Southern Alps,
    New Zealand, Geophys. J. International, Vol. 168, issue 2, (Feb.) pp. 681-690 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03208.x 2007.
53. Savage MK, Park J, Todd H, Velocity and anisotropy structure at the Hikurangi subduction margin, New Zealand from
    receiver functions, Geophys. J. International, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03086.x, 168, 1034-1050, 2007
52. Horspool N, Savage MK, Bannister S, Implications for intraplate volcanism and back-arc deformation in northwestern
    New Zealand from joint inversion of receiver functions and surface waves, Geophys. J. International, Vol. 166, issue 3
    1466-1483, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03016.x, 2006.
51. Matcham I, Savage MK, Taber JJ, Reyners M, Earthquake source mechanism analysis using New Zealand broadband
    data, NZ Journal of Geol. and Geophys., Vol. 49: 75–89, 2006.
50. Balfour NJ, Savage MK, Townend J, Stress and crustal anisotropy in Marlborough, New Zealand: Evidence for low
    fault strength and structure-controlled anisotropy, Geophys. J. International, 163 (3), 1073-1086, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-
    246X.2005.02783.x, 2005
49. Duclos M, Savage MK, Tommasi A, Gledhill KR, Mantle Tectonics beneath New Zealand Inferred from SKS Splitting
    and Petrophysics, Geophys. J. International, Vol. 163, (2), doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2005.02725.x, pp. 760-774,
    2005.
48. Gerst A, Savage MK, Seismic anisotropy beneath Ruapehu Volcano: A possible eruption forecasting tool, Science, Vol.
    306, pp. 1543-1547, 26 Nov. 2004.
47. Marson-Pidgeon K, Savage MK, Shear-wave splitting variations across an array in the lower North Island, New
    Zealand, Geophys. Res. Letters, Vol. 31, L21602, doi:10.1029/2004GL021190, 2004.
46. Audoine EL, Savage MK, Gledhill KR, Anisotropic structure under a back-arc spreading region, the Taupo Volcanic
    Zone, New Zealand, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 109, B11305, doi:10.1029/2003JB002932, 2004.
45. Marson-Pidgeon K, Savage MK, Modelling shear wave splitting observations from Wellington, New Zealand,
    Geophys. J. International, Vol. 157, 853-864, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2004.02274.x, 2004.
44. Merrifield A, Savage MK, Vere-Jones D, Geographical distributions of prospective foreshock probabilities in New
    Zealand, NZ J. Geol. and Geophys., Volume 47 Number 2; 327-339, 2004.
43. Savage MK, Fischer KM, Hall CE, Strain modelling, seismic anisotropy and coupling at strike-slip boundaries:
    Applications in New Zealand and the San Andreas Fault, in Vertical Coupling and Decoupling in the Lithosphere,
    Editors: Grocott, J., Tikoff, B., McCaffrey, K. J. W. & Taylor, G., Geol. Soc. of London, Special Pub., 227, 9-40, 2004.
42. Pulford A, Savage MK, Stern T, Absent anisotropy; the paradox of the Southern Alps orogen, Geophys. Res. Letters,
    Vol. 30, No. 20, 2051 10.1029/2003GL017758, 2003.
41. Savage MK, Seismic anisotropy and mantle deformation in the western U.S. and southwestern Canada, invited
    contribution International Geology Review, vol. 44, no. 10, pp 913-937, October 2002. Also reprinted in “The
    Lithosphere of Western North America and its Geophysical Characterization, The George A. Thompson Volume,
    International Book Series, Volume 7, ed. Simon L. Klemperer and W. Gary Ernst, Geol. Society of America, pp421-445,
    2003.
40. Little TA, Savage MK, Tikoff B, “Relationship between crustal finite strain and seismic anisotropy in the mantle,
    Pacific-Australia plate boundary, South Island, New Zealand”, Geophys. J. International, 151(1), 106-116, 2002. (This
    paper won the Geophysics Prize in 2004).
39. Smith KD, Brune JN, dePolo D, Savage MK, Anooshehpoor R, Sheehan AF, The 1992 Little Skull Mountain
    earthquake sequence, Southern Nevada Test Site, Bull. Seism. Soc. America, 91, 1595-1606, 2001.
38. Miller V, Savage MK, Changes in seismic anisotropy after volcanic eruptions: Evidence from Mount Ruapehu, Science,
    293, pp. 2231-2233,21 Sept. 2001.
37. Savage MK, Rupp S, Foreshock probabilities in New Zealand, NZ Journal of Geology and Geophys., 43, 461-469, 2000.
36. Smith KD, Brune JN, Savage MK, Anooshehpoor R, Sheehan AF, Mainshock source parameters and aftershock
    relocations of the 1992 Little Skull Mountain Earthquake sequence, in Geologic and Geophysical Characterization
    Studies of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, A Potential High-level Radioactive-waste Repository, USGS Digital Data Series,
    058, Chapter K, 2000.
35. Smith KD, Li Li, Brune JN, Anooshehpoor R, Savage MK, Preliminary results from the NPE-Ryan Reversed Refraction
    Profile, in Geologic and Geophysical Characterization Studies of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, A Potential High-level
    Radioactive-waste Repository, USGS Digital Data Series, 058, Chapter D, 2000.
34. Savage MK, Sheehan AF, Seismic anisotropy and mantle flow from the Great Basin to the Great Plains, western United
    States, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 13,715-13,734, 2000.
33. Audoine E, Savage MK, Gledhill KR, Seismic anisotropy from local earthquakes in the transition region from a
    subduction to a strike-slip plate boundary, New Zealand, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 8013-8033, 2000.
32. Matcham I, Savage MK, Gledhill KR, Distribution of seismic anisotropy in the subduction zone beneath the Wellington
    region, New Zealand, Geophys. J. International, 140, 1-10, 2000.
31. Molnar P, Anderson HJ, Audoine E, Eberhart-Phillips D, Gledhill KR, Klosko EK, McEvilly TV, Okaya D, Savage MK,
    Stern T, Wu FT, Continuous deformation versus faulting through continental lithosphere of New Zealand, Science, 286,
    516-519, 1999.
30. Marson-Pidgeon K, Savage MK, Gledhill K, Stuart G, Seismic anisotropy beneath the lower half of the North Island,
    New Zealand, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 20,277-20,286, 1999.
29. Klosko ER, Wu F, Anderson HJ, Eberhart-Philips D, McEvilly TV, Audoine E, Savage MK, Gledhill KR, Upper mantle
    anisotropy in the New Zealand region, Geophys. Res. Letters, 26, 1497-1500, 1999.
28. Savage MK, Seismic anisotropy and mantle deformation: What have we learned from shear wave splitting? (invited
    contribution) Reviews of Geophys., 37, 65-106, 1999. doi.org/10.1029/98RG02075

27. Lerner-Lam A, Sheehan A, Grand S, Humphreys E, Dueker K, Hessler E, Guo H, Lee D, Savage MK, Deep structure
    beneath the Southern Rocky Mountains from the Rocky Mountain Front broadband seismic experiment, Rocky Mountain
    Geol., v. 33, 199-216, 1998.
26. Savage MK, Lower Crustal anisotropy or dipping layers? Effects on receiver functions and a case study in New
    Zealand, J. Geophys. Res., 103, no. 7, p. 15,069-15,087, 1998.
25. Marson-Pidgeon K, Savage MK, Frequency-dependent anisotropy in Wellington, New Zealand, Geophys. Res. Letters
    24, 3297-3300, 1997.
24. Sheehan F, Jones CH, Schneider JM, Savage MK, Ozalaybey S, Contrasting Lithospheric Structure Beneath the
    Colorado Plateau and Great Basin: Initial Results from Colorado-Plateau Great Basin PASSCAL Experiment, Geophys.
    Res. Letters 24, 2609-2612, 1997.
23. Özalaybey S, Savage MK, Sheehan AF, Louie JN, Brune JN, Shear-wave velocity structure in the northern Basin and
    Range province from the combined analysis of receiver functions and surface waves, Bull. Seism. Soc. America, 87, 183-
    199, 1997.
22. Savage MK, Sheehan AF, Lerner-Lam A, Shear-wave splitting across the Rocky Mountain Front, Geophys. Res. Letters,
    23, no. 17, 2267-2270, 1996.
21. Özalaybey S, Savage MK, Louis SJ, Receiver function inversion using genetic algorithms, in Yfantis, E. A. ed.,
    Intelligent Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands, p. 583-588, 1995.
20. Anderson JG, Savage MK, Quaas R, "Strong" ground motions in North America from the Bolivia earthquake of June 9,
    1994 (MW=8.3),Geophys. Res. Letters, 22, pp 2293-2296, 1995.
19. Daneshvar R, Clay CS, Savage MK, Passive seismic imaging using microearthquakes, Geophysics, 60, 1178-1186 ,
    1995.
18. Savage MK, Anderson JG, A local magnitude scale for the western Great Basin-Eastern California region from synthetic
    Wood-Anderson seismograms, Bull. Seism. Soc. America, 85, p. 1236-1243, 1995.
17. Özalaybey S, Savage MK, Shear-wave splitting beneath western United States in relation to plate tectonics, J. Geophys.
    Res., 100, 18,135-18,149, 1995.
16. Anderson JG, Brune JN, Louie JN, Zeng Y, Savage MK, Yu G, Chen Q, dePolo D, Seismicity in the western Great
    Basin apparently triggered by the Landers, Calif. Earthquake, June 28, 1992, Bull. Seism. Soc. America, 84, 863-891,
    1994.
15. Silver PG, Savage MK. The Interpretation of Shear-wave Splitting Parameters in the Presence of Two Anisotropic
    Layers, Geophys. J. International, 119, no. 3, p. 949-963, 1994.
14. Savage MK, Anisotropy and Rift Systems, (invited contribution) Nature, 371, p. 105-106, 1994.
13. Savage MK, Li L, Eaton JP, Jones CH, Brune JN, Earthquake refraction profiles under the root of the Sierra Nevada,
    Tectonics, 13, 803-817, 1994.
12. Özalaybey S, Savage MK, Double-layer anisotropy resolved from S-phases, Geophys. J. International, 117, 653-664,
    1994.
11. Savage MK, dePolo D, Foreshock probabilities in the Western Great Basin-Eastern Sierra Nevada, Bull. Seism. Soc.
    America, vol. 83, 1910-1938, 1993.
10. Savage MK, Silver PG, Mantle deformation and tectonics: constraints from seismic anisotropy in the western United
    States, Physics of Earth & Plan. Interiors., 78, 207-227, 1993.
9. James DE, Savage MK, Reply to Comment on: A search for seismic reflections from the top of the oceanic crust beneath
    Hawaii by C. Thurber and Li, Bull. Seism. Soc. America, 81, 1030-1034, 1991.
8. James DE, Savage MK, A search for seismic reflections from the top of the oceanic crust beneath Hawaii, Bull. Seism.
    Soc. America. 80, 675-701, 1990.
7. Savage MK, Silver PG, Meyer RP, Observations of teleseismic shear-wave splitting in the Basin and Range from portable
    and permanent stations, Geophys. Res. Lett., vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 21-24, 1990.
6. Savage MK, Peppin WA, Vetter UR, Shear-wave anisotropy and stress direction in and near Long Valley Caldera,
    California. 1979-1988, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 11,165-11,177, 1990.
5. Savage MK, Shih XR, Meyer RP, Aster RC, Shear-wave anisotropy of active tectonic regions via automated shear-wave
    polarization analysis, Tectonophys., 165, 279-292, 1989.
4. Savage MK, Meyer RP, Comment on: Apparent stresses, stress drops, and amplitude ratios of earthquakes preceding and
    following the Hawaii Ms = 7.2 shock, by F.R. Zuniga, M. Wyss, and M.E. Wilson, Bull. Seism. Soc. , 79, 1303-1304,
    1989.
3. Savage MK, Meyer RP, Aftershocks of an M - 4.2 earthquake in Hawaii and comparison with long-term studies of the
    same volume, Bull. Seism. Soc. America., Vol. 75, no. 3, p. 759-777, 1985.
2. Kane ML, Lanzerotti LJ, Maclennan CG, Distributions of amplitudes of geomagnetic variations and relationships to the
    K index, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 86, no. A7, p. 5889-5894, 1981.
1. McRae EG, ML Kane, Calculations on the effect of the surface-potential barrier in LEED. Surface Science, vol. 108, no.
    3, p. 435-445, 1981.
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