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Crustal deformation during 1994-1998 due to oblique continental collision in the central Southern Alps, New Zealand, and implications for seismic potential of the Alpine fault
The positions of 115 ground marks in a 150 × 100 km area of oblique continental collision in the central Southern Alps, New Zealand, have been measured by Global Positioning System (GPS) two to fourExpand
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LNAPL in fine‐grained soils: Conceptualization of saturation, distribution, recovery, and their modeling
A simple conceptual model is presented that leads to a quantitative description of the behavior of light non–aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) in fine-grained soil (FGS). The occurrence of large (15 feet)Expand
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Interpretation of seismic data from hydraulic fracturing experiments at the Fenton Hill, New Mexico, hot dry rock geothermal site
An attempt was made to synthesize the results of active seismic experiments carried out by the Los Alamos National Laboratory's Hot Dry Rock Project staff for determining the geometrical and physicalExpand
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Parameters and a magnitude moment relationship from small earthquakes observed during hydraulic fracturing experiments in crystalline rocks
Using source parameters estimated from seismic spectra and magnitudes estimated from coda lengths, we demonstrate that the log-linear relationship between moment and magnitude holds for events withExpand
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Seismic and geodetic constraints on plate boundary deformation across the northern Macquarie Ridge and southern South Island of New Zealand
SUMMARY In the southern New Zealand region the boundary between the Australian and Pacific plates changes from oblique continental convergence in the central South Island of New Zealand toExpand
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DOGS, HISTORY, AND AGENCY†
Drawing on posthumanist theories from geography, anthropology, and science and technology studies (STS), this article argues that agency is shared unevenly between humans and nonhumans. It proposesExpand
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Acoustic Emissions as a Tool for Hydraulic Fracture Location: Experience at the Fenton Hill Hot Dry Rock Site
Microearthquakes with magnitudes between -6 and -2 have been observed in three successive massive injections of water at the hot dry rock geothermal energy development project's demonstration site atExpand
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Introducing HTDP 3.1 to transform coordinates across time and spatial reference frames
TLDR
The National Geodetic Survey, an office within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, recently released version 3.1 of the Horizontal Time-Dependent Positioning (HTDP) utility for transforming coordinates across time and between spatial reference frames. Expand
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The relationship between microseismicity and high pore pressures during hydraulic stimulation experiments in low permeability granitic rocks
Several hundred microearthquakes with local magnitudes ranging between −4 and −2 were recorded during hydraulic stimulation experiments at the hot dry rock demonstration site, Fenton Hill, NewExpand
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HTDP 3.0: Software for Coping with the Coordinate Changes Associated with Crustal Motion
NOAA's National Geodetic Survey has developed the horizontal time-dependent positioning HTDP software to provide a way for its users to estimate the coordinate changes associated with horizontalExpand
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