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Feasibility and design of robust passive seismic monitoring arrays for CO2 geosequestration: project results @ 6 months
1st May 2014
Organisation(s): Australian National Low Emissions Coal Research & Development (ANLEC R&D), Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Curtin University, University of Western Australia
This early progress report explores the opportunity to consider passive seismic monitoring for the South West Hub in the context of location specific variables.
Passive seismic monitoring is the science of recording and analysing natural or induced seismicity with surface or borehole sensor arrays, without the use of costly and disruptive man-made seismic energy sources. Scientists are seeking to use such signals to monitor an injected CO2 plume.