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Archive First Workshop 2015

The first Schatzalp Workshop in 2015 had seven topical sessions of which you can download the PDFs of all talks and posters (see below, ordered by session).

Session 1:Extraction Plays (Oil and Gas, Coal Mining, Ground Water)

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Keynote: Bernard Dost
(KNMI)
Hydrocarbon induced seismicity in Northern Netherlands
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Solicited: Paolo Gasparini
(AMRA Italy)
The ICHESE report on the relationship between Hydrocarbon Exploration and the May 2012 earthquakes in the Emilia Region (Italy) and their consequences
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Solicited: Nicolai Gestermann
(BGR)
Induced seismicity at the natural gas fields in Northern Germany
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Keynote: Stanislas Lasocki
(Polish Acad. Sci.)
From hazard assessment to hazard management. The case of mining induced seismicity
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Hiroshi Ogasawara et al.
(Ritsumeikan Univ.)
Stress and strength at seismic event hypocenters in deep south african gold mines and the m5.5 Orkney earthquake
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Session 2: Injection Plays (Deep Geothermal, Waste Water Disposal, Fracking, CO2 Storage)

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Keynote: William Ellsworth
(USGS)
Earthquake Hazard When the Rate is Non-Stationary: The
Challenge of the U.S. Midcontinent
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Solicited: Justin Rubinstein
(USGS)
Wastewater Disposal, Hydraulic Fracturing, and Seismicity in Southern Kansas
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Solicited: Jack Baker
(Univ. Stanford)
Developing Decision Support Tools and Quantifying Changes in Site Hazard for Induced Seismicity through Bayesian Inference
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Solicited: Luigi Improta
(INGV)
A detailed analysis of initial seismicity induced by wastewater injection in the Val d‘agri oil field (Italy)
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Keynote: Honn Kao
(Geol. Survey Canada)
Natural Resources Canada’s Induced Seismicity Research
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Keynote: Mark Zoback
(Univ. Stanford)
Saltwater Disposal and Triggered Earthquakes in Oklahoma:
Implications for Large Scale CO2
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Patricia Martínez- Garzón et al.
(GFZ)
Characterization of seismicity induced at variable injection rates: a case study from the geysers geothermal field
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Bernd Schmidt et al.
(LER Mainz)
Detection and location of induced earthquakes at the Landau and Insheim geothermal reservoirs, SW Germany
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Jack Norbeck et al.
(Univ. Stanford)
Thermal stress as a mechanism for injection-triggered seismicity
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Session 3: Modeling of Induced Seismicity (Numerical Modeling, Geomechanical Aspects, and Physical Constrains)

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Keynote: Richard Sibson
(Univ. Otago)
Lessons from Natural Vein Swarms on the Factors Affecting
Hydrothermal Flow in Fault-Fracture Systems
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Keynote: Mark McClure
(Univ. Texas)
Predictive Modeling of Induced Seismicity: Numerical
Approaches, Applications, and Challenges
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Solicited: James Verdon
(Univ. Bristol)
Simulation of seismic events induced by CO2 injection at In Salah, Algeria
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Solicited: Jean Paul Ampuero (Caltech)
Constraints on maximum magnitude of induced seismicity
derived from rupture dynamics models
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Solicited: Dimitrios Karvounis (SED)
Monte Carlo Simulations of EGS Stimulation Phase with a 3-D Hybrid Model
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Solicited: Silvia De Simone
(CSIC Barcelona)
On the role of processes interaction in the triggering of
post-injection seismicity in Enhanced Geothermal Systems
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Rajdeep Deb et al.
(ETHZ)
Numerical modeling of injection induced seismicity in a damaged rock domain with fracture manifolds
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Pierre Dublanchet et al.
(SED)
Pressure front interacting with a rate-and-state fault of
heterogeneous permeability
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Valentin Gischig et al.
(ETHZ)
A coupled fluid flow–seismicity model for real-time assessment of induced seismic hazard and reservoir creation
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Eszter Király et al.
(SED)
Developing a test bench for induced seismicity modelling in deep geothermal energy projects
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Antonio Rinaldi et al.
(SED)
3d modeling of fault reactivation during CO2 injection
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Sergey Turuntaev et al.
(MIPT)
Rate-and-state model of induced seismicity
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Luca Urpi
(Univ. Utrecht)
Fault reactivation due to fluid injection: fault friction and slip
distance
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Jeoung Seok Yoon et al.
(GFZ)
Discrete element modeling of fluid injection induced seismicity and fault zone slip
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Session 4: Scaled Experiments (Underground Labs, Petrophysical Labs)

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Solicited: Philip Benson (Portsmouth)
Laboratory simulations of fluid-induced seismicity in shallow volcanic settings
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Solicited: Jean-Francois Molinari (EPFL)
Modeling slip precursors at frictional interfaces
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Keynote: Yasuo Yabe
(Univ. Tohoku)
Monitoring of Microseismicity in Deep Gold Mines in South Africa
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Keynote: Ian Main
(Univ. Edinburgh)
Partitioning of seismic and aseismic strain
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Keynote: Sergey Stanchits (Schlumberger)
What Can we Learn about Induced Fracturing from Acoustic Emission Monitoring in the Laboratory?
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Valentin Gischig et al.
(ETHZ)
Small-scale reservoir stimulation experiments in the deep
underground laboratory at the Grimsel test site
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Wolfgang Lenhardt
(ZAMG)
Rockbursts at great depth
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Vincenzo Convertito et al.
(INGV Italy)
Earthquake source parameters and scaling relationships at The Geysers geothermal field, California
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Session 5: Risk Governance, Societal Acceptance, and Licence to Operate

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Keynote: Michael Stauffacher (ETHZ)
Risk governance for induced seismicity: a view from the social sciences
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Keynote: Serge A. Shapiro
(FU Berlin)
Seismogenic Index,  Bounds of Magnitude Probability and
Triggered versus Induced Earthquakes
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Keynote: Stefan Wiemer
(SED)
Hybrid Modeling of induced seismicity: Towards Adaptive Traffic Lights
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Keynote: Warner Marzocchi
(INGV)
Using hazard information for establishing a rationale
decision-making
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Marco Broccardo et al.
(ETHZ)
Risk pre-assessment for an induced seismicity experiment in the dug lab: hazard, consequence and dependency mapping
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Session 6: Monitoring and Analysis of Induced Seismicity

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Keynote: Emily Brodsky
(UC Santa Cruz)
The Uses of Dynamic Triggering and Dynamic Permeability
Enhancement For The Study of Induced Seismicity
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Solicited: Václav Vavryčuk
(Czech Acad. Sci.)
Interpretation of moment tensors of induced earthquakes: a
review
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Solicited: Emmanuel Gaucher
(KIT)
Migration based detection and location of the microseismicity induced at Rittershoffen geothermal field (Alsace, France)
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Solicited: Ted Urbancic
(ESG Canada)
Rupture Characteristics of Hydraulic Fracture Induced Seismicity with M>0
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Solicited: Toni Kraft
(SED)
Lessons learned from the 2013 ML3.5 induced earthquake
sequence at the St. Gallen geothermal site.
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Solicited: Benjamin Edwards
(SED)
Ground-motion and Intensity: were the Basel 2006 and
St. Gallen 2013 Events Fundamentally Different?
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Keynote: Greg Beroza
(Univ. Stanford)
Ground Motion Prediction for Induced Seismicity Using the
Ambient Seismic Field
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Daniela Kühn et al.
(NORSAR)
Feasibility of using ambient seismic noise for CCS monitoring
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Martin Schönball et al.
(Temple Univ.)
Swarm or induced: comparing natural and induced seismicity at the Coso geothermal field
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Benjamin Homuth et al.
(Goethe Univ.)
Microseismic monitoring in advance of geothermal projects in the northern upper-rhine graben: borehole noise studies and swarm events
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Elmer Ruigrok et al.
(Utrecht Univ.)
Tremor mapping at the groningen field
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Jan Sileny
(Acad. Sci. Prague)
Shear-tensile/implosion source model vs. moment tensor:
benefit in single-azimuth monitoring. Case study of cotton valley hydrofracture treatment
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Philip Usher et al.
(Univ. Bristol)
Understanding the role of fractures in hydraulic stimulation from anisotropic attenuation measurements of microseismic
waveforms
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Session 7: Industry Projects and Future Initiatives

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Keynote: Peter Meier
(GES)
Future Multi-stage EGS projects in Switzerland
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Keynote: Shawn Maxwell
(IMaGE)
Monitoring and Mitigating Induced Seismicity: Some Practical Considerations
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Solicited: Peter Styles
(Univ. Keele)
Seismicity induced by Shale Gas Hydraulic Stimulation: Preese Hall, Blackpool, United Kingdom
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Solicited: Dirk Kraaijpoel
(KNMI)
Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment for Seismicity Induced by Gas Extraction in the North of the Netherlands
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Keynote: Massimo Cocco (INGV) & Beata Orlecka-Sikora (Polish Acad. Sci.)
Implementing data provision and services for solid Earth
sciences: the EPOS integrated approach
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Keynote: Domenico Giardini
(ETHZ)
A new Deep-UnderGround Laboratory infrastructure in
Switzerland to validate the safe extraction of Deep Geothermal Energy
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Zbigniew Zembaty
(Opole Univ.)
Can induced ground motion be applied as a viable structural load in seismic engineering?
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