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Applied Seismology Consulting (ASC) is a research and development, and consulting SME.


Our expertise and knowledge are in the application of seismology to the understanding and imaging of both natural and anthropogenic deformation and fracturing processes in rock and brittle materials, at a range of scales from acoustic emission testing in the laboratory up to microseismic monitoring in the field and regional-scale earthquakes.

For the past 20 years, ASC has applied the techniques of seismology, such as geophysical imaging and waveform analysis, source location and analysis of spatial and temporal patterns, to a range of industries including geological storage, mining, energy and civil engineering. 

Today, we integrate new technologies from areas such as photonics, astronomy and data science. We strive to expand the use of acoustic and seismic imaging and source analysis techniques across a wider and diverse range of applications including, but not limited to, geological storage (e.g. carbon capture and storage, radwaste isolation, blue/green hydrogen), geothermal, asset condition monitoring, medical imaging, renewables and agri-tech.

Our vision and the focus of our research and development activities is to find smarter, innovative and greener technical solutions to support a sustainable and low carbon economy and future.

 This is achieved through collaboration with our clients and research and industrial partners in all related areas of engineering, environmental, earth and material sciences. 


With a shared research and open innovation policy, we are always open to exploring new partnerships, opportunities and projects, integrating existing and emerging technologies from all relevant disciplines.


Visit our Case Studies page to download some example projects of application of seismic imaging we have participated in. 


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