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Analysis of location uncertainty for a microearthquake cluster: A case study
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Earth Resources Laboratory, 2013)
In many reservoirs, an increase in permeability and conductivity is achieved by hydraulic fracturing/stimulations which open cracks and fractures that then act as pathways for fluids to navigate in the subsurface. Mapping, ...
Finite-Difference Simulations of Time Reversed Acoustics in a Layered Earth Model
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Earth Resources Laboratory, 2007)
Traditionally an earthquake is located by using the arrival times of P and S phases. This uses only a limited portion of the information on a seismogram. A large part of the information carried by the waveform is not used. ...