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Abstract

The CO2SINK project is the first on-shore pilot CO2 storage study in Europe and Address a number of the Key Aspects related to geological storage of CO2 . Different Seismic Surveys Have Been Carried Out in the project , Such as time-lapse Seismic and surface moving source profiling ( MSP , Also known as walk -away VSP ) Surveys . We Have investigated the feasibility of coda -wave Interferometry Analysis for Monitoring of CO2 Injection Using time-lapse VSP synthetic data based on a project site CO2SINK elastic model . Our studies Suggest That coda -wave Interferometry Analysis Could Potentially Be A Reliable and Effective tool for monitoring Geological Carbon Sequestration .

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2011-01-16
2020-04-02
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