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The Mechanism of Induced Seismicity : Pageoph Topical Volumes - Cezar I. Trifu

The Mechanism of Induced Seismicity

Pageoph Topical Volumes

By: Cezar I. Trifu (Editor)

Paperback Published: March 2002
ISBN: 9783764366537
Number Of Pages: 617

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This volume covers an unprecedented wide range of studies, from mining induced seismicity to geotechnical applications, from the monitoring of petroleum reservoirs to that of fluid injections in geothermal areas, and to seismicity associated with water reservoirs. Exploring current advances in the field of induced seismicity, the volume is a valuable source of information for specialists and provides reference material for graduate students.

Introductionp. 1
Seasonal Seismicity of Northern California Before the Great 1906 Earthquakep. 7
Post-seismic Effects of an M 7.2 Earthquake and Microseismicity in an Abandoned, Flooded, Deep Minep. 63
Microseismicity Induced by Heavy Rainfall Around Flooded Vertical Ore Veinsp. 91
Moment Tensor Inversion of Regional Phases: Application to a Mine Collapsep. 111
Source Time Function of Seismic Events at Rudna Copper Mine, Polandp. 131
Reliability of Seismic Moment Tensor Inversions for Induced Microseismicity at Kidd Mine, Ontariop. 145
Effect of the Rock Properties on Mining-induced Seismicity Around the Ventersdorp Contact Reef, Witwatersrand Basin, South Africap. 165
The Assessment of Damage Around Critical Engineering Structures Using Induced Seismicity and Ultrasonic Techniquesp. 179
High-resolution Mechanics of a Microearthquake Sequencep. 197
Simulation of Unstable Fault Slip in Granite Using a Bonded-particle Modelp. 221
Modelling Seismic Waves Around Underground Openings in Fractured Rockp. 247
Tomographic Imaging of Thermally Induced Fractures in Granite Using Bayesian Inversionp. 277
A Simple Analogue Experiment to Account for Power-law and Exponential Decays of Earthquake Sequencesp. 309
Induced Microearthquake Patterns in Hydrocarbon and Geothermal Reservoirs: Six Case Studiesp. 345
Seismological Studies of a Fluid Injection in Sedimentary Rocks, East Texasp. 371
Production-induced Normal Faulting in the Valhall and Ekofisk Oil Fieldsp. 403
An Application of Induced Seismicity Data Analysis for Detection of Spatial Structures and Temporal Regimes of Deformation Processes in Hydrocarbon Fieldsp. 421
Application of Kalman Filtering Techniques for Microseismic Event Detectionp. 449
Near-surface Microearthquakes at The Geysers Geothermal Field, Californiap. 473
Determination of Stress State from Focal Mechanisms of Microseismic Events Induced During Hydraulic Injection at the Hijiori Hot Dry Rock Sitep. 489
Detailed Fracture System for the Soultz-sous-Forets HDR Field Evaluated Using Microseismic Multiplet Analysisp. 517
Evaluation of Subsurface Structure of Soultz Hot Dry Rock Site by the AE Reflection Method in Time-frequency Domainp. 543
Using Automated, High-precision Repicking to Improve Delineation of Microseismic Structures at the Soultz Geothermal Reservoirp. 563
Reservoir-induced Seismicity in Brazilp. 597
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ISBN: 9783764366537
ISBN-10: 3764366532
Series: Pageoph Topical Volumes
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 617
Published: March 2002
Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag AG
Country of Publication: CH
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99  x 3.23
Weight (kg): 0.98

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