• Boyden, P., Weil-Accardo, J., Deschamps, P., Oppo, D., & Rovere, A. (2021). Last Interglacial sea-level proxies in East Africa and the Western Indian Ocean. Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 13, 1633–1651, 2021 https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-13-1633-2021

  • Oppo, D., Evans, S., Iacopini, D., Kabir, S. M., Maselli, V., & Jackson, C. A. (2021). Leaky salt: pipe trails record the history of cross-evaporite fluid escape in the northern Levant Basin, Eastern Mediterranean. In Press in Basin Research https://doi.org/10.1111/bre.12536

  • Evans, S., Jackson, C. A., & Oppo, D. (2020). Taking the pulse of salt-detached gravity gliding in the eastern Mediterranean. EarthArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31223/osf.io/5usv7
  • Oppo D., De Siena, L. & Kemp, D.B. (2020) – A record of seafloor methane seepage across the last 150 million years. Scientific Reports 10, 2562.

Media: Thomasy, H. (2020), Oceanic changes correlate with methane seepage, Eos, 101

  • Maselli, V., Oppo, D., Moore, A.L., Gusman, A.R., Mtelela, C., Iacopini, D., Taviani, M., Mjema, E., Mulaya, E., Che, M., Tomioka, A.L., Mshiu, E., Ortiz, J.D., (2020) – A 1000-yr-old tsunami in the Indian Ocean points to greater risk for East Africa. Geology 48 (8), 808–813. Cover article!


Media: phys.org; National Geographic; Scientific American

  • Russell, J.M., …, Oppo D., et al., (2020) – ICDP workshop on the Lake Tanganyika Scientific Drilling Project: a late Miocene–present record of climate, rifting, and ecosystem evolution from the world’s oldest tropical lake. Scientific Drilling 27, 53–60.
    
  • Oppo D., Hovland M., (2019) – Role of deep-sourced fluids on the initiation and growth of isolated carbonate build-ups. Marine and Petroleum Geology 105, 141-157
    
  • Oppo D., Hurst A. (2018) – Seepage of hydrothermally generated petroleum in East African Rift lakes: an example from Lake Tanganyika. Marine and Petroleum Geology 92, 149-159.
    
  • Oppo D. , Viola I.*, Capozzi R. (2017) – Fluid source and stable isotopes signatures in Authigenic Carbonates: examples from the Northern Apennines, Italy. Marine and Petroleum Geology 86, 606-619.
    
  • Capozzi R., Oppo D., Taviani M. (2017) – Cold Seepages: An Economic Tool for Hydrocarbon Appraisal. In: Hurst A., Kenter J., Graham S. (eds.), Outcrops that change the way we practice petroleum geology, Special Issue AAPG Bulletin 101 (4), 617-623.
    
  • Oppo D., Capozzi R. (2016) – Spatial association of mud volcano and sandstone intrusions, Boyadag anticline, western Turkmenistan. Basin Research 28, 827-839.
    
  • Oppo D., Capozzi R., Picotti V., Ponza A. (2015) – A genetic model of hydrocarbon-derived carbonate chimneys in shelfal fine grained sediments: the Enza River field, Northern Apennines (Italy). In: Capozzi R., Negri A., Rietner J. and Taviani M. (eds), Carbonate conduits linked to hydrocarbon enriched fluid escape, Marine and Petroleum Geology 66, 555-565.
    
  • Viola I.*, Oppo D., Dinelli E., Capozzi R., Franchi F., Liverani B., Taviani M. (2015) – Mineralogy, geochemistry and petrography of Methane-Derived Authigenic Carbonates from Enza River, Northern Apennines (Italy). In: Capozzi R., Negri A., Rietner J. and Taviani M., (eds), Carbonate conduits linked to hydrocarbon enriched fluid escape, Marine and Petroleum Geology 66, 566-581.
    
  • Oppo D., Capozzi R., Nigarov A., Esenov P. (2014) – Mud volcanism and fluid geochemistry in the Cheleken Peninsula, western Turkmenistan. Marine and Petroleum Geology 57, 122-134.
    
  • Oppo D., Capozzi R., Picotti V. (2013) – A new model of the Petroleum System in the Northern Apennines, Italy. Marine and Petroleum Geology 48, 57-76.
    
  • Capozzi R., Guido F.L., Oppo D., Gabbianelli G. (2012) – Methane-Derived Authigenic Carbonates (MDAC) in Northern-Central Adriatic Sea: relationships between reservoirs and methane seepages. In: Anka Z., Berndt C. and Gay A., (eds.), Natural gas seepage and Focused fluid flow on continental margins, Marine Geology 332-334, 174-188.
    
  • Capozzi R., Artoni A., Torelli L., Lorenzini S., Oppo D., Mussoni P., Polonia A. (2012) – Neogene to Quaternary tectonics and mud diapirism in the Gulf of Squillace (Crotone-Spartivento Basin, Calabrian Arc, Italy). Marine and Petroleum Geology 35, 219-234.