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Brown, A. , JB Martin, GD Kamenov, JE Ezell, EJ Screaton, J Gulley, P Spellman, 2018, Trace metal cycling in karst aquifers subject to periodic river water intrusion,
Chemical Geology,ISSN 0009-2541,


James, SR, HA Knox, RE Abbott, and E Screaton, 2017, Improved moving window cross-spectral analysis for resolving large temporal seismic velocity changes in permafrost, GRL.

James, SR, E Screaton, R Russo, M Panning,P Bremner,C. Stanciu,M., Torpey, S. Hongsresawat. and M. Farrell, 2017, Hydrostratigraphy characterization of the Floridan aquifer system using ambient seismic noise. Geophys J Int,  ggx064. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggx064.

Meridth, L. N., E. J. Screaton, J. M. Jaeger, S. R. James, and T. Villaseñor (2017), The impact of rapid sediment accumulation on pore pressure development and dehydration reactions during shallow subduction in the Gulf of Alaska, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 18, 189–203, doi:10.1002/2016GC006693.

Screaton, E.J., T. Villaseñor, S.R. James, L.N. Meridth*, J.M. Jaeger, J.M., and W.F. Kenney (2017), Data report: permeability, grain size, biogenic silica, and clay minerals of Expedition 341 sediments from Sites U1417 and U1418. In Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, 341: College Station, TX (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.341.202.2017.


Daigle, H, Screaton, E.J., (2015), Evolution of sediment permeability during burial and subduction, Geofluids, DOI: 10.1111/gfl.12090. Link

Daigle, H, EJ Screaton (2015) Predicting the permeability of sediments entering subduction zones,Geophysical Research Letters 42 (13), 5219-5226, Link

James, S.R., and Screaton, E.J., 2015. Data report: permeability of Expedition 344 sediments from the Costa Rica Seismogenesis Project. In Harris, R.N., Sakaguchi, A., Petronotis, K., and the Expedition 344 Scientists, Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, 344: College Station, TX (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.344.202.2015 Link

Riedinger N, M Strasser, RN Harris, G Klockgether TW Lyons, EJ Screaton (2015) Deep subsurface carbon cycling in the Nankai Trough (Japan)—Evidence of tectonically induced stimulation of a deep microbial biosphere,  Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. Link

Sutton, JE, EJ Screaton, JB Martin (2015) Insights on surface-water/groundwater exchange in the upper Floridan aquifer, north-central Florida (USA), from streamflow data and numerical modeling, Hydrogeology Journal 23 (2), 305-317. Link

Tobin, H., Henry P., Vannucchi, P, Screaton, E. (2014) Subduction Zones: Structure and Deformation History, in Stein, R, Blackman, DK, Inagaki, F, Larsen, H-C, eds, Earth and Life Processes Discovered from Subseafloor Environments A Decade of Science Achieved by the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP), Developments in Marine Geology, Volume 7, 599-640.


Brown, A.L., Martin, J.B., Screaton, E.J., Ezell, J.E., Spellman, P., Gulley, J. (2014), Bank storage in karst aquifers: The impact of temporary intrusion of river water on carbonate dissolution and trace metal mobility, Chemical Geology, 385, 56 – 69. Link

Gulley JD, JB Martin, P Spellman, PJ Moore, EJ Screaton (2014), Influence of partial confinement and Holocene river formation on groundwater flow and dissolution in the Florida carbonate platform, Hydrological Processes, Volume 28, 3, 705-717  Link

Screaton, E., Gamage, K., and James, S., 2014. Data report: permeabilities of Expedition 320 and 321 sediments from the Pacific Equatorial Age Transect. In Pälike, H., Lyle, M., Nishi, H., Raffi, I., Gamage, K., Klaus, A., and the Expedition 320/321 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 320/321: Tokyo (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.320321.217.2014Link


Gulley J, J Martin, P Spellman, P Moore, E Screaton (2013) Dissolution in a variably confined carbonate platform: effects of allogenic runoff, hydraulic damming of groundwater inputs, and surface-groundwater exchange at the basin scale, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms,  38, 1700-1713. Link

Screaton E, K Rowe, J Sutton, and G Atalan, (2013) Data report: permeabilities of Expedition 322 and 333 sediments from offshore the Kii Peninsula, Japan. In Saito, S., Underwood, M.B., Kubo, Y., and the Expedition 322 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 322: Tokyo (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.322.210.2013 Link


Langston, A.L., Screaton, E.J., Martin, J.B., Bailly-Comte, V., 2012, Interactions of diffuse and focused allogenic recharge in an eogenetic karst aquifer, Hydrogeology Journal, 20, p. 767-781. Link

Marcaillou, B., P. Henry, M. Kinoshita, T. Kanamatsu, E. Screaton, H. Daigle, V. Harcouët-Menou, Y. Lee, O. Matsubayashi, M. K. Thu, S. Kodaira, M. Yamano, the IODP Expedition 333 scientific party2012, Seismogenic zone temperatures and heat-flow anomalies in the To-nankai margin segment based on temperature data from IODP expedition 333 and thermal model, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 349-350, 171-185. Link

Rowe, K., E.J. Screaton, and S. Ge, 2012, Coupled Fluid-Flow and Deformation Modeling of the Frontal Thrust Region of the Kumano Basin Transect, Japan: Implications for Fluid Pressures and Decollement Downstepping, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 13, Q0AD23, doi:10.1029/2011GC00386 Link

Screaton, E. J., and S. Ge, 2012, The impact of megasplay faulting and permeability contrasts on Nankai Trough subduction zone pore pressures, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L22301, doi:10.1029/2012GL053595. Link

Bailly-Comte, V., J. B. Martin, and E. Screaton, 2011,Time variant cross-correlation to assess residence time of water, implication for hydraulics of a sink/rise karst system, Water Resour. Res.,  doi:10.1029/2010WR009613.

Bekins, BA, D Matmon, EJ Screaton, KM Brown, 2011, Reanalysis of in situ permeability measurements in the Barbados décollement, Geofluids,11,1, p 57–7014 pp, doi: 10.1111/j.1468-8123.2010.00310.x Link

Gamage, K, E Screaton, B Bekins, I Aeillo, 2011, Permeability-Porosity Relationships of Subduction Zone Sediments, Marine Geology, 279, 1-4, p 19-36 Link

Gulley, J, JB Martin, EJ Screaton, PJ Moore, 2011, River reversals into karst springs: A model for cave enlargement in eogenetic karst aquifers Geological Society of America Bulletin, March 2011, v. 123, p. 457-467,  doi:10.1130/B30254.1Link

Kimura, G., GF Moore, M Strasser, E Screaton, D Curewitz, C Streiff, and H Tobin (2011), Spatial and temporal evolution of the megasplay fault in the Nankai Trough, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 12, Q0A008, doi:10.1029/2010GC003335. Link

Rowe, K., Screaton, E., Guo, J., and Underwood, M.B., 2011. Data report: permeabilities of sediments from the Kumano Basin transect off Kii Peninsula, Japan. In Kinoshita, M., Tobin, H., Ashi, J., Kimura, G., Lallemant, S., Screaton, E.J., Curewitz, D., Masago, H., Moe, K.T., and the Expedition 314/315/316 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 314/315/316: Washington, DC. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.314315316.211.2011Link
Sakaguchi A, F Chester, D Curewitz, O Fabbri, D Goldsby, G Kimura, C-F Li, Y Masaki, EJ Screaton, A Tsutsumi, K Ujiie, A Yamaguchi (2011) Seismic slip propagation to the updip end of plate boundary subduction interface faults: Vitrinite reflectance geothermometry on Integrated Ocean Drilling Program NanTroSEIZE cores Geology, G31642.1 Link

Sakaguchi, A, G Kimura, M Strasser, E Screaton, D Curewitz, M Murayama (2011) Episodic seafloor mud brecciation due to great subduction zone earthquakes Geology, October 2011, v. 39, p. 919-922,  doi:10.1130/G32043.  Link 

Strasser, M., G. F. Moore, G. Kimura, A. J. Kopf, M. B. Underwood, J. Guo, and E. J. Screaton (2011), Slumping and mass transport deposition in the Nankai fore arc: Evidence from IODP drilling and 3-D reflection seismic data, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 12, Q0AD13, doi:10.1029/2010GC003431.Link

Bailly-Comte, V, JB Martin, H Jourde, EJ Screaton, S Pistre, A Langston, 2010, Water exchange and pressure transfer between conduits and matrix and their influence on hydrodynamics of two karst aquifers with sinking streams, Journal of Hydrology, Volume 386, Issues 1-4, Pages 55-66, ISSN 0022-1694, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.03.005. Link

Moore, PJ, JB Martin, EJ Screaton, PS Neuhoff, 2010, Conduit enlargement in an eogenetic karst aquifer, Journal of Hydrology.  doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.08.008.Link

Screaton, EJ, Recent advances in subseafloor hydrogeology, 2010, Focus on basement-sediment interactions, subduction zones, and slopes, Hydrogeology Journal, 24 pp, DOI 10.1007/s10040-010-0636-7. Link


Gulley, J.D., D.I. Benn, E. Screaton, J. Martin, 2009, Mechanisms of englacial conduit formation and their implications for subglacial recharge,Quaternary Science Reviews, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.04.002 Link

Moore P.J., J.B. Martin, and E.J. Screaton, 2009, Geochemical and statistical evidence of recharge, mixing, and controls on spring discharge in an eogenetic karst aquifer,Journal of Hydrology.
doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.07.052

Ritorto, M., E. Screaton, J. Martin, and P. Moore, 2009, Relative importance and chemical effects of diffuse and focused recharge in an eogenetic karst aquifer: An example from the unconfined Floridan aquifer, Hydrogeology Journal, doi:10.1007/s10040-009-0460-0. Link

Screaton, E., G. Kimura, D. Curewitz,G. Moore, and the Expedition 316 Scientific Party, 2009, Interactions between deformation and fluids in the frontal thrust region of the NanTroSEIZE transect offshore the Kii Peninsula, Japan: Results from IODP Expedition 316 Sites C0006 and C0007, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 10, Q0AD01, doi:10.1029/2009GC002713.

Screaton, E.J., Kimura, G., Curewitz, D., and the Expedition 316 Scientists, 2009. Expedition 316 summary. In Kinoshita, M., Tobin, H., Ashi, J., Kimura, G., Lallemant, S., Screaton, E.J., Curewitz, D., Masago, H., Moe, K.T., and the Expedition 314/315/316 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 314/315/316: Washington, DC. doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.314315316.131.2009 Link (non-refereed).

Screaton, E., J. Martin, 2008, Characterization of conduit-matrix interactions at the Santa Fe River Sink/Rise System, Florida, 5th Conference on Hydrogeology, Ecology, Monitoring and Management of Ground Water in Karst Terrains, February 23-24, 2009; Safety Harbor, Florida, 17-25. Link (non-refereed).

Strasser, M., G. F., Moore, G. Kimura, Y. Kitamura, A.J. Kopf, S. Lallemant, J.-O. Park, E.J. Screaton, X. Su, M.B. Underwood, X. Zhao, 2009, Origin and evolution of a splay fault in the Nankai accretionary wedge, Nature Geoscience,2, 648 – 652 (2009) doi:10.1038/ngeo609 link.


Morgan, J., Screaton, E., Bangs, N., Bilek, S., and D. Saffer, 2008, The MARGINS SEIZE Initiative: Recent Progress and Future Directions, MARGINS Newsletter(non-refereed)

Kimura, G., Screaton, E.J., Curewitz, D., and the Expedition 316 Scientists, 2008. NanTroSEIZE Stage 1A: NanTroSEIZE shallow megasplay and frontal thrusts.IODP Prel. Rept., 316. doi:10.2204/ Link (non-refereed)

Bekins, B. and E. Screaton, 2007, Pore Pressure and Fluid Flow in the Northern Barbados Accretionary Complex, In Tim Dixon, J. Casey Moore, Eds.,  The Seismogenic Zone of Subduction Thrust Faults, Columbia University Press, 148-170.

Kimura, G., Screaton, E.J., and Curewitz, D., 2007. NanTroSEIZE Stage 1: NanTROSEIZE shallow megasplay and frontal thrusts. IODP Sci. Prosp., 316. doi:10.2204/iodp.sp.316.2007.Link(non-refereed)

Screaton, E.J. and S. Ge, 2007, Modeling of the effects of propagating thrust slip on pore pressures and implications for monitoring, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 258 (3), 454-464. Link


Cutillo, P.A., S. Ge, and E. Screaton, 2006, Hydrodynamic response of subduction zones to seismic activity: A case study for the Costa Rica Margin, Tectonophysics, 426, 167-187. Link

Gamage, K., and E. Screaton, 2006, Characterization of excess pore pressures at the toe of the Nankai accretionary complex, Ocean Drilling Program sites 1173, 1174, and 808: Results of one-dimensional modeling, J. Geophys. Res., 111, B04103, doi:10.1029/2004JB003572.  abstract

Martin, J.M., E. Screaton, and J. Martin, Hydraulic head differences between conduits and matrix:  Implications for fluid exchange and matrix transmissivity in the Floridan Aquifer, in Harmon, R.S., and Wicks, C., eds., Perspectives on Karst Geomorphology, Hydrology, & Geochemistry – A Tribute Volume to Derek C. Ford and William B. White: Geological Society of America Special Paper 404, p. 209-217, doi: 10.1130/20062505(17).

Screaton, E. , 2006. Excess pore pressures within subducting sediments: Does the proportion of accreted versus subducted sediments matter?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L10304, doi:10.1029/2006GL025737. abstract
Screaton, E., Hays, T., Gamage, K., and Martin, J., 2006,  Data report: Permeabilities of Costa Rica subduction zone sediments. In Morris, J.M., Villinger, H.W., and Klaus, A. (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 205 [Online]. Available from World Wide Web: <>.

Gamage, K., Bekins, B., and Screaton, E., 2005. Data report: Permeabilities of eastern equatorial Pacific and Peru margin sediments. In Jørgensen, B.B., D’Hondt, S.L., and Miller, D.J. (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 201 [Online]. Available from World Wide Web:

Ge. S., and Screaton, E., 2005, Modeling seismically induced deformation and fluid flow in the Nankai  subduction zone, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 32, L17301, doi:10.1029/2005GL023473, 4 pp. abstract
Screaton, E.J.  and D. M. Saffer, 2005, Fluid expulsion and overpressure development during initial  subduction at the Costa Rica convergent margin, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 233, Issues 3-4 , 15 May 2005, Pages 361-374. Link

Screaton, E., J. B. Martin, B. Ginn, and L. Smith, 2004, Conduit Properties and Karstification in the Santa Fe River Sink-Rise System of the Floridan Aquifer, Ground Water, 42, 338-346. Abstract

Cutillo, P. A., E. J. Screaton, and S. Ge, 2003, Three-dimensional numerical simulation of fluid flow and heat transport within the Barbados Ridge accretionary complex, J. Geophys. Res., 108(B12), 2555, doi:10.1029/2002JB002240. Abstract

Gamage, K. and Screaton, E., 2003. Data report: Permeabilities of Nankai accretionary prism sediments. In Mikada, H., Moore, G.F., Taira, A., Becker, K., Moore, J.C., and Klaus, A. (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 190/196, 1-21 [Online]. Available from World Wide Web:
Henry, P., L. Jouniaux, E. J. Screaton, S. Hunze, and D. M. Saffer, 2003, Anisotropy of electrical conductivity record of initial strain at the toe of the Nankai accretionary wedge, J. Geophys. Res., 108(B9), 2407, doi:10.1029/2002JB002287.Abstract

Saffer, D. and E. Screaton, 2003, Fluid flow pathways at the toe of convergent margins: Reconciling  hydrologic and geochemical observations, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 213, 261-270. Link
Stover, S. C., S. Ge, and E. J. Screaton, 2003, A one-dimensional analytically based approach for studying poroplastic and viscous consolidation: Application to Woodlark Basin, Papua New Guinea, J. Geophys. Res., 108(B9), 2448, doi:10.1029/2001JB000466. Abstract

Screaton, E., Saffer, D., Henry, P., Hunze, S., and the Leg 190 Scientific Party, 2002, Porosity loss within the underthrust sediments of the Nankai accretionary complex: Implications for overpressures, Geology, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 19–22.Abstract
Smith, L.A., J. B. Martin, and E. J. Screaton, 2002, Surface water control of gradients in the Floridan  Aquifer: Observations from the Santa Fe River Sink-Rise system, Karst  Waters Institute Special Publication 7, Hydrogeology and Biology of Post-Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers,44-48 (non-refereed).

Kemerer, A., and Screaton, E., 2001. Permeabilities of sediments from Woodlark Basin: implications for  pore pressures. In Huchon, P., Taylor, B., and Klaus, A. (Eds.), Proc.ODP, Sci. Results, 180, 1-14 [Online]. Available from World Wide Web: <>.

Martin, J.B., and E.J. Screaton, 2001, Exchange of Matrix and Conduit Water with Examples from the  Floridan Aquifer, in U.S. Geological Survery Karst Interest Group Proceedings, St. Petersburg, Florida, Water-Resources Investigations Report 01-4011, p. 38-44 (non-refereed)

Stover, S.C., Screaton, E.J., Likos, W.J., and Ge, S., 2001. Data report: Hydrologic characteristics of  shallow marine sediments of Woodlark Basin, Site 1109. In Huchon, P., Taylor, B., and Klaus, A. (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 180, 1-22 [Online].Available from World Wide Web:<>.

Screaton, E., Carson, B., Davis, E., Becker, K., 2000, Permeability of a decollement zone: Results from a two-well experiment in the Barbados accretionary complex, Journal of Geophysical Research, 105, 21,403-21,410 Abstract

Screaton, E., and Ge, S., 2000, Anomalously high porosities in the proto-decollement zone of the Barbados accretionary complex: Do they indicate overpressures?,  Geophysical Research Letters, vol.27, no.13, pp.1993-1996.Abstract

Carson, B., and Screaton, E.J., 1998, Fluid flow in accretionary prisms: Evidence for focused,
time-variable discharge, Reviews of Geophysics, 36, 3, 329-351. Abstract

Screaton, E.J., Fisher, A.T., Carson, B., and Becker, K., 1997, Barbados Ridge hydrogeologic tests: Implications for fluid migration along an active décollement, Geology, 239-242. Abstract

Screaton, E. J. and Ge, S., 1997, An assessment of along-strike fluid and heat transport within the Barbados Ridge accretionary complex: results of preliminary modeling, Geophysical Research Letters, 3085-3088. Abstract

McAdoo BG, Orange DL, Screaton E, Lee H, Kayen R., 1997, Slope basins, headless canyons, and submarine palaeoseismology of the Cascadia accretionary complex Basin Research, 9: (4) 313-324.

Orange DL, McAdoo BG, Moore JC, Tobin H, Screaton E, Chezar H, Lee H, Reid M, Vail R, 1997, Headless submarine canyons and fluid flow on the toe of the Cascadia accretionary complex. Basin Research, 9: (4) 303-312.

Jarrard, R. D., MacKay, M. E, Westbrook, G. K., and Screaton, E. J., 1995, Log-based porosity of ODP sites on the Cascadia Accretionary Prism, Proc. Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results,  Vol. 146 (Pt. 1), 313-335.
Screaton, E.J., Carson, B., and Lennon, G. P., 1995, Hydrogeologic properties of a thrust fault within the  Oregon Accretionary Prism, J.  Geophys. Res., 20025-20035.Abstract

Screaton, E.J., Carson, B., and Lennon, G.P., 1995, In-situ permeability tests at ODP Site 892:  Characteristics of a hydrogeologically active fault zone on the Oregon Accretionary Prism,  Proc. Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results,  Vol. 146 (Pt. 1), 291-297.

Screaton, E.J., Wuthrich, D.R., and Dreiss, S.J., 1990, Permeabilities, fluid pressures, and flow rates in the Barbados Ridge Complex, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 8997-9007. Abstract

Screaton, E.J., Wuthrich, D.R., and Dreiss, S.J., 1990, Fluid flow within the Barbados Ridge Complex: Part I:  Dewatering within the toe of the prism, Scientific Results Ocean Drill. Program, part B., Vol. 110, 321-331.

Wuthrich, D.R., Screaton, E.J., and Dreiss, S.J., 1990, Fluid flow within the Barbados Ridge Complex: Part II, Permeability estimates and numerical simulations of fluid flow rates, flow directions, and pore pressure, Proc. Scientific Results. Ocean Drill. Program, part B., Vol. 110, 331-341.