microseismicity

microseismicity

(ˌmaɪkrəʊsaɪzˈmɪsɪtɪ)
n
(Geological Science) microseismic activity
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We show that the observed microseismicity is consistent with microseismicity usually observed in the North American shale gas stimulations.
Scientists could send down instruments to measure temperature and stress pressure in the crust and rock, as well as use fibre cables to measure microseismicity (very faint tremors).
We are suggesting that in order to study the microseismicity from Mt.
Building on its patented methods for characterizing fluid flow and reservoir drainage patterns using microseismicity, the new service helps clients to better understand reservoir processes for improved hydraulic fracture efficiencies, and demonstrates the potential for outlining production from hydraulic fracturing.
Therefore, we believe microseismicity is unlikely to be responsible for the fast [theta](t) oscillations.
Microseismicity under Decatur is mostly at or below the boundary of the continental bedrock that begins 76 meters under the injection zone.
Acoustic emission can be considered to be a form of microseismicity, comparable to earthquakes.
Moreover this study can be used as a catalogue to determine the seismicity and microseismicity patterns of any vulnerable area to disseminate more accurate results for future earthquake prediction.
The two seamounts are separated by the Dellwood Valley, a zone of microseismicity, faulting, and anomalously thin sediment cover that is interpreted to represent a spreading centre that has split an original single edifice in two (Rohr and Furlong 1995).
Microseismicity and Geologic Structure in the Northern South Island, New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, Vol.