Real-time Monitoring with High Performance Seismic Array- Bayou Corne Sinkhole, Louisiana, USA
The collapse of the Napoleonville Salt Dome in August 2012 produced a large sinkhole located 1300 feet from the community of Bayou Corne in Assumption Parish, Louisiana. Community residents and state officials, including the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, were concerned about gas leaks, subsidence and earthquakes.
Regional Seismity Monitoring- Mackenzie Mountains and River Basin Region, Yukon
A five-year study to better understand seismicity and crustal behaviour in the Mackenzie Mountains and River Basin region of the Yukon. Despite being one of the most seismically active regions in Canada, this area remains very poorly studied due to a lack of seismic station coverage.
Monitoring Natural and Induced Seismicity. Horn River Basin, Northern BC, Canada.
The Problem: GeoScience BC identified a requirement to better understand the effects of hydraulic fracturing in the Horn River Basin. The dissemination of precise and accurate geotechnical information to the public is the foundation of their work. The challenge faced by GeoScience BC and the project partners (Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), BC Oil and Gas Commission and Natural Resources Canada) was how to accurately distinguish between natural and induced seismicity while...
Real-time Induced Seismicity Monitoring. AER Regulator Regional Network
Purpose: To establish a regional network with real-time data streaming for monitoring seismic activity in the province of Alberta.