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Micro‐earthquake monitoring with sparsely‐sampled data
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2008
Micro-seismicity can be used to monitor the migration of fluids during reservoir production and hydro-fracturing operations in brittle formations or for studies of naturally occurring earthquakes in fault zones. Micro-earthquake locations can be inferred using wave-equation imaging under the exploding reflector model, assuming densely sampled data and known velocity. Seismicity is usually monitored with sparse networks of seismic sensors, for example located in boreholes. The sparsity of thedoi:10.1190/1.3059164 fatcat:6r5yatzglrgsddrbnwqkam55xu