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Acoustic and seismic data streams contain a wealth of information about the source and the medium thorugh which they travel. The analysis of the stream can be used for multiple imaging and source characterisation applications . Similarly pre-processed seismic catalogues can be further analysed to extract information beyond the standard location and timing of events. The analysis of seismic parameters and spatial and temporal patterns in the seismic cloud can reveal crucial information for a better understanding of the source, including fracturing processes and the evolution of the seismogenic zone. We assist our clients in order to maximise the information from their acoustic and seismic monitoring projects and provide an in-depth image of the source and medimum:

  • Correlation between engineering processes and seismic response
  • Interpretation of the geometry of the induced or mobilised fracture network
  • Correlation of spatial and energy patterns with network sensitivity for the interpretation of 'aseismic' regions
  • Interpretation of fracture mechanisms from the analysis of radiated energy
  • Cluster analysis and interpretation of fracture interaction and coalescence
  • Analysis of fracturing cycle and evolution from magnitude distribution 
  • Integration with spatial and geological data using GIS
  • Characterisation of sources in acoustic records
  • Intrusion detection systems
  • Analysis of noise impact in land and marine environments   

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