Sequestration of CO2 into subsurface reservoirs can play an important role in limiting future emission of CO2 into the atmosphere (e.g., Benson and Cole, 2008). For geologic sequestration to become a viable option to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, large‐volume injection of supercritical CO2 into deep sedimentary formations is required. These formations offer large pore volumes and good pore connectivity and are abundant (Bachu, 2003; U.S. Geological Survey Geologic Carbon Dioxide Storage Resources Assessment Team, 2013). However, hazards associated with injection of CO2 into deep formations require evaluation before widespread sequestration can be...
Surface Monitoring of Microseismicity at the Decatur, Illinois, CO2 Sequestration Demonstration Site
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J. O. Kaven, S. H. Hickman, A. F. McGarr, W. L. Ellsworth; Surface Monitoring of Microseismicity at the Decatur, Illinois, CO2 Sequestration Demonstration Site. Seismological Research Letters ; 86 (4): 1096–1101. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220150062
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