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Abstract

A case study of microseismic monitoring using extensive data from two different seismic networks in a petroleum field in Oman is presented. Spatial-temporal analysis of these microearthquake locations reveals fault structures, identifies causes of induced seismicity and fault reactivation. Shear-wave splitting analyis is used to map anisotropy and the stress direction in the reservoir.

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2006-12-10
2020-09-20
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