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Determining the seismic fracture energy during an earthquake and understanding the associated creation and development of a fault zone requires a combination of both seismological and geological field data. The actual thickness of the zone that slips during the rupture of a large earthquake is not known and is a key seismological parameter in understanding(More)
Research has been carried out in four distinct areas related to geologic storage of CO 2 : geophysical monitoring strategies of sequestration sites (Professor Harris), the feasibility of CO 2 sequestration in coal (Professor Kovscek), the utilization of CO 2 for extinguishing coal bed fires (Professor Orr) and the feasibility of sequestering CO 2 in(More)
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