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P181 HIGH RESOLUTION (SEMI-)AUTOMATIC DETERMINATION OF MICROSEISMIC EVENT LOCATIONS 1 Introduction 1 K. DE MEESMAN 1 M. VAN DER BAAN 1 J-M. KENDALL 1 and R.H. JONES 2 1 School of Earth Sciences University of Leeds Leeds LS2 9JT UK 2 ABB Offshore Systems Rosemanowes TR10 9DU UK Passive seismic monitoring is becoming a powerful tool for managing and studying hydrocarbon reservoirs. The data provides information on the reservoir’s seismic anisotropy the hydraulic properties of reservoir and fractures and it can pinpoint regions of changing pressure conditions [Jupe et al. 2000]. Crucial for retrieving this information are the locations of

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