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Improved Seismic Monitoring - Improved Decision-Making

Assessing the Value of Reduced Uncertainty

by Committee on the Economic Benefits of Improved Seismic Monitoring

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Published by National Academies Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vulcanology & seismology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Earth Sciences - General,
  • Science / Geology,
  • Earth Sciences - Seismology & Volcanism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10359035M
    ISBN 100309096952
    ISBN 109780309096959

    Cost-effective formation testing is a vital part of modern oil and gas operations. As production companies pursue reserves in high-cost, high-risk environments, formation testing plays an increasingly prominent role in decision making, but complete understanding of downhole conditions is crucial from the first exploratory well to wells drilled for enhanced recovery in any field. T o improve the detection of lahar signals, seismic stations, video cameras, and tripwires can be added at various positions adjacent to (or within) the valley. Difficulties of Event Classification.

    Sensing System offers numerous benefits beyond conventional geophones for seismic data acquisition and permanent reservoir monitoring. With the combination of up to 20dB improvement in SNR, fine spatial sampling and full wellbore coverage for every shot, Carina Seismic data offers unprecedented detail in every shot record.   Structural strain, inclination, and pitch angle of portal crane are collected. Structural health assessment during lifting, luffing, and turning processes are carried out. The results show that the improved model gets a more stable and effective structural health assessment result, and is favorable for online structural health monitoring system.

    Seismograph, instrument that makes a record of seismic waves caused by an earthquake, explosion, or other Earth-shaking graphs are equipped with electromagnetic sensors that translate ground motions into electrical changes, which are processed and recorded by the instruments’ analog or digital circuits. The terms seismograph and seismometer are often used interchangeably. Seismic Risk and Engineering Decisions attempts to bridge the gap in decision making between earthquake characteristics and structural behavior. The book begins by providing the background on earthquake generation and characteristics. It reviews the present state of matters in seismicity assessment and treats uncertainties explicitly.


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Improved Seismic Monitoring—Improved Decision-Making, describes and assesses the varied economic benefits potentially derived from modernizing and expanding seismic monitoring activities in the United States.

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The role of seismic monitoring in decision-making Conceptual framework for benefit estimation and a taxonomy of benefits -- 4.

Benefits from improved earthquake hazard assessment and forecasting. Improved Seismic Monitoring - Improved Decision-Making: Assessing the Value of Reduced Uncertainty (Paperback) Committee on the Economic Benefits of Improved Seismic Monitoring, Committee on Seismology and Geodynamics, Board on Earth Sciences & Resources, Published by National Academies Press, United States ().

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Since then the M8 algorithm has been used for systematic monitoring of seismic activity in a number of seismic regions worldwide. After successful early forecasts of the Spitak (Armenia) and the Loma Prieta (California) earthquakes, a rigid test to evaluate the efficiency of the reproducible intermediate-term middle-range earthquake.

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In Bradley et al. [24] an improved seismic hazard model was calibrated according to these "exact" hazard data for major centers in New Zealand, and then the new hazard model computed by a. Seismic monitoring is the systematic observation of the status of seismic activity at a volcano.

Monitoring attempts to associate key diagnostics, such as rates, types of earthquakes, and changing locations, with physical processes involved in the movement or state of magma.

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The aim of the hybrid location method is to improve seismic event locations by reducing the effects of errors in the wave velocity of ray paths between each event and each recording site. Monitoring significantly affects the decision-making for building use after an earthquake, because an analytical model used in the design cannot describe the seismic response precisely.

In addition, it was found that the use of earthquake observation records was highly effective and encouraging when building managers reported the building. Monitoring earthquakes and volcanic eruptions present scientists with a relatively fast-moving geological event that has to be captured at the right moment for data to be relevant.

Furthermore, such events could be affected by changes to the Earth’s crust that occur both near and far from an area affected by seismic changes.Improved Seismic Monitoring - Improved Decision-Making With approximately 30 percent of the population and 50 percent of the national building stock in areas prone to damaging earthquakes, there is a growing urgency about mitigating earthquake risk.