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Enregistrement magnétotellurgique de l"impédance dans une zone de sismicité induite à Manic 3, au Québec

by Ronald D. Kurtz

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Published by Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Earth Physics Branch = Énergie, mines et ressources Canada, Direction de la physique du globe in Ottawa, Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geomagnetism -- Québec -- Manicouagan River Region -- Observations,
  • Seismological stations -- Québec -- Manicouagan River Region -- Observations,
  • Induced seismicity -- Québec -- Manicouagan River Region -- Observations

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    Other titlesEnregistrement magnétotellurique de l"impédance dans une zone de sismicité induite à Manic 3, au Québec.
    StatementR.D. Kurtz, E.R. Niblett.
    SeriesGeomagnetic series -- no. 25 = -- Série géomagnétique -- no 25, Geomagnetic series -- no. 25.
    ContributionsNiblett, E. R., Canada. Earth Physics Branch., Geomagnetic Service of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 38 p. :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13566945M
    ISBN 10066052810X
    LC Control Number85070328
    OCLC/WorldCa15758674

    an analysis of the magnetotelluric impedance for three-dimensional conductivity structures Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Grayver, A. V. (). Parallel three-dimensional magnetotelluric inversion using adaptive finite-element method. Part I: theory and synthetic study. Geophysical Journal International, (1), Grayver, A. V., Kolev, T. V. (). Large-scale 3D geoelectromagnetic modeling using parallel adaptive high-order finite element method.

    A study was made of the magnetotelluric sounding method involving a tensor impedance relationship between the surface electric and magnetic micropulsation fields of the earth. A theoretical treatment of the tensor impedance (including the vertical magnetic field relationship) is offered with emphasis on its response to three-dimensional geometry. The inability of magnetotelluric o -diagonal impedance tensor elements to sense oblique conductors in 3-D inversion D. Kiyan 1;2, A. G. Jones & J. Vozar 1 Geophysics Section, School of Cosmic Physics, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin, Ireland 2 National University of Ireland, Galway, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Galway.

    Therefore, Impedance. Z 0 R. f (3) Relative permeability (R) is a measure of the ease. µ with which a specimen can be magnetized. A high rela-tive permeability increases impedance sensitivity to the frequency of AC current. Coercivity (H. C) is the extent of reverse magnetization required to bring an induced mag-netism to zero. This website beta version contains information on geophysical methods, references to geophysical citations, and a glossary of geophysical terms related to environmental applications. the website provides a beta version of the Geophysical Decision Support System (GDSS), which is an informal application for obtaining suggested geophysical methods and citations based on information you provide.


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Magnetotelluric monitoring of impedance in an area of induced seismicity at Manic 3, Quebec = by Ronald D. Kurtz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Induced seismicity refers to typically minor earthquakes and tremors that are caused by human activity that alters the stresses and strains on the Earth's induced seismicity is of a low magnitude.A few sites regularly have larger quakes, such Magnetotelluric monitoring of impedance in an area of induced seismicity at Manic 3 The Geysers geothermal plant in California which averaged two M4 events and 15 M3 events every year from to There are many occasions on which the magnetotelluric impedance tensor is affected by local galvanic distortion (channelling) of electric currents arising from induction in a conductive structure which is approximately two‐dimensional (2‐D) on a regional scale.

Even though the inductive behavior is 2‐D, the resulting impedance tensor can Cited by:   We analyzed the 3-D resistivity structure beneath Naruko volcano, northeastern Japan, with the aim of imaging 3-D distribution of fluids in the crust for its volcanic and seismogenic implications.

The data were recorded at 77 sites in total: 30 sites are new and are arranged in an approximately 5 × 5 km grid whereas the remaining older sites constitute two separate east-west by: The Rangely, Colorado, induced seismicity experiment is an important milestone in the study of induced seismicity that firmly established the effective stress mechanism for induced seismicity.

Water injection at the Rangely oilfield began in in response to declining petroleum production and decreased reservoir pressures. The magnetotelluric (MT) method is a passive electromagnetic (EM) exploration method that measures orthogonal components of the electric and magnetic fields on the Earth’s surface.

The source field is naturally generated by variations in Earth’s magnetic field, which provide a wide and continuous spectrum of EM field waves. Takafumi Kasaya, Naoto Oshiman, Lateral inhomogeneity deduced from 3-D magnetotelluric modeling around the hypocentral area of the Western Nagano Prefecture earthquake, central Japan, Earth, Planets and Space, /BF, 56, 5, (), ().

Basics of the magnetotelluric method The magnetotelluric (MT) method is a passive electromagnetic (EM) technique for which the coupling of an induced electric field E (in V/m) in a closed loop due to a time varying magnetic field B along the axis of the induced.

Seismicity and correlation with issued predictions Seismological data from the Preliminary Seis- mological Bulletin of the National Observatory of Athens for the period April 3, to show no earthquakes of magnitude M^(ATH) > to have occurred within a.

1) The tensor impedance, free from local distortions, of the 'reference station' SPO (Sponsheim) situated at the lower part of the Nahe river. 2) The tensor impedance at LAU in coordinates (x',y') rotated anti-clockwise by 40°.

Z~x is the impedance of E­ polarization and Z~y is the impedance of B. The Bhuj earthquake (Mw ) occurred in northwestern region of Indian peninsula has reactivated a couple of transverse faults to its surroundings.

Intermediate to moderate magnitude earthquakes are occurring along these faults which includes recent Dholavira earthquake (Mw) suggesting distinct tectonic scenario in the region. We present the results of magnetotelluric (MT. Routine 2D inversion of magnetotelluric data using the determinant of the impedance tensor.

Geophys GG Siripunvaraporn, W. and Egbert, G.:'An Efficient Data-Subspace Inversion Method for 2-D Magnetotelluric Data', Geophys Smirnov, M. Yu.,Magnetotelluric data processing with a robust statistical.

4 1. Introduction This presentation comprises two intertwined parts: The first is presented in Section 2 and shows that the (equivalent) Singular Value Decomposition (La Torraca et al., ) and Canonical Decomposition (Yee and Paulson, ) of the impedance tensor are, in fact, proper rotations in 3.

With Digital Magnetotelluric Technologies’ proprietary Z-SCAN, the raw Magnetotellurics EM signal is demodulated to an audio format for analysis. With a trained operator, using both analog and digital computers, the audio signal can be interpreted (Z-SCAN) to give formation depth (+- 25 feet) ( m) and thickness (> 3 feet) (1 m).

(a) Comparing normalized pore pressures at a depth of 3 km for different values of c (in square meters per second) for two filling curves, (b) and the corresponding changes in dp/dt for c = 3 3-d rotation-induced magnetic field The rotation caused by passing seismic waves, which are dominated by surface waves, is generally 3-D.

We here discuss the RIMF recorded by a coil magnetometer with 3-D rotary movement in a static magnetic field.

Concluding remarks In the present preliminary work we present a formulation to analytically approximate the topographic distortion of the magnetotelluric impedance tensor up to first and second order correction terms. The proposed approach is based on the simulation of the Earth’s surface with a single-valued, twice differentiable function.

Indeed, the area hosts energy technologies that cause two clusters of anthropogenic seismicity. More specifically, one of the two clusters (cluster A in Fig. 1) is continued-reservoir-induced. 2. Magnetotelluric survey: data acquisition, data processing and 3-D inversion.

In Julyhigh frequency and broadband MT data were acquired at seven sites in a 3 km × 4 km area in the Mae Chan region which included many of the hot springs. All sites used a KMS data acquisition unit and coils and electrodes from KMS Technologies. A procedure for the simultaneous interpretation of magnetotelluric and near-field transient electromagnetic sounding (MTS and NF TEMS, respectively) data is proposed.

The advantages of the complex interpretation are demonstrated by specific examples. Historically, induced seismicity has occurred in many different energy and industrial applications (reservoir impoundment, mining, construction, waste disposal, and oil and gas production).

Although certain projects have stopped because of induced seismicity issues, proper study and engineering controls have always been applied to enable.

THE electrical conductivity structure of the Earth may be explored by measuring the electric and magnetic field variations induced by magnetic storms. At any point on the surface of the Earth five.The magnetotelluric sounding method for the determination of subsurface electrical conduc- tivity profiles as proposed by Cagniard () is based upon the assumption of a horizontally stratified layered earth model.

For an anisotropic or laterally inhomogeneous earth, the impedance becomes a. In this impedance-based method, the change of the transducer impedance is caused by the damage-induced change of the structural vibratory response. As the Lorentz force can excite structural vibration far away from the transducer vicinity, the impedance-based method has a much larger sensing range compared to ECT.