John Rupp
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Porosity of coal and shale: Insights from gas adsorption and SANS/USANS techniques
M Mastalerz, L He, YB Melnichenko, JA Rupp
Energy & Fuels 26 (8), 5109-5120, 2012
Carbon dioxide and methane sorption in high volatile bituminous coals from Indiana, USA
M Mastalerz, H Gluskoter, J Rupp
International Journal of Coal Geology 60 (1), 43-55, 2004
Assessing the feasibility of CO2 storage in the New Albany Shale (Devonian–Mississippian) with potential enhanced gas recovery using reservoir simulation
F Liu, K Ellett, Y Xiao, JA Rupp
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 17, 111-126, 2013
Effects of providing total cost of ownership information on consumers’ intent to purchase a hybrid or plug-in electric vehicle
J Dumortier, S Siddiki, S Carley, J Cisney, RM Krause, BW Lane, JA Rupp, ...
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 72, 71-86, 2015
Variations in pore characteristics in high volatile bituminous coals: Implications for coal bed gas content
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, D Strąpoć, WS Acosta, J Rupp
International Journal of Coal Geology 76 (3), 205-216, 2008
Hydrogeologic controls on induced seismicity in crystalline basement rocks due to fluid injection into basal reservoirs
Y Zhang, M Person, J Rupp, K Ellett, MA Celia, CW Gable, B Bowen, ...
Groundwater 51 (4), 525-538, 2013
“Not in (or under) my backyard”: geographic proximity and public acceptance of carbon capture and storage facilities
RM Krause, SR Carley, DC Warren, JA Rupp, JD Graham
Risk Analysis 34 (3), 529-540, 2014
Influence of CO2 on New Albany Shale composition and pore structure
R Lahann, M Mastalerz, JA Rupp, A Drobniak
International Journal of Coal Geology 108, 2-9, 2013
Meso- and Micropore Characteristics of Coal Lithotypes: Implications for CO2 Adsorption
M Mastalerz, A Drobniak, J Rupp
Energy & Fuels 22 (6), 4049-4061, 2008
Characterization of the CO2 fluid adsorption in coal as a function of pressure using neutron scattering techniques (SANS and USANS)
YB Melnichenko, AP Radlinski, M Mastalerz, G Cheng, J Rupp
International Journal of Coal Geology 77 (1-2), 69-79, 2009
Effects of reduction in porosity and permeability with depth on storage capacity and injectivity in deep saline aquifers: A case study from the Mount Simon Sandstone aquifer
CR Medina, JA Rupp, DA Barnes
International journal of greenhouse gas control 5 (1), 146-156, 2011
Assessment of basin-scale hydrologic impacts of CO2 sequestration, Illinois basin
M Person, A Banerjee, J Rupp, C Medina, P Lichtner, C Gable, R Pawar, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4 (5), 840-854, 2010
Seismic interpretation of the deep structure of the Wabash Valley fault system
GW Bear, JA Rupp, AJ Rudman
Seismological Research Letters 68 (4), 624-640, 1997
Lithium in the green energy transition: The quest for both sustainability and security
JD Graham, JA Rupp, E Brungard
Sustainability 13 (20), 11274, 2021
Depositional and diagenetic variability within the Cambrian Mount Simon Sandstone: Implications for carbon dioxide sequestration
BB Bowen, RI Ochoa, ND Wilkens, J Brophy, TR Lovell, N Fischietto, ...
Environmental Geosciences 18 (2), 69-89, 2011
State regulation of unconventional gas development in the US: An empirical evaluation
N Zirogiannis, J Alcorn, J Rupp, S Carley, JD Graham
Energy Research & Social Science 11, 142-154, 2016
Unconventional gas development in the USA: Exploring the risk perception issues
JD Graham, JA Rupp, O Schenk
Risk Analysis 35 (10), 1770-1788, 2015
Attitudes toward “fracking”: Perceived and actual geographic proximity
J Alcorn, J Rupp, JD Graham
Review of Policy Research 34 (4), 504-536, 2017
Evaluation of coalbed gas potential of the Seelyville Coal Member, Indiana, USA
A Drobniak, M Mastalerz, J Rupp, N Eaton
International Journal of Coal Geology 57 (3-4), 265-282, 2004
The June 1987 southeastern Illinois earthquake: Possible tectonism associated with the La Salle anticlinal belt
MW Hamburger, JA Rupp
Seismological Research Letters 59 (4), 151-157, 1988
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