[unav_all] REMINDER: IRIS WEBINAR: Hydraulic Fracturing Induced Seismicity, 3/27, 2 PM Eastern
danielle.sumy at iris.edu
Mon Mar 25 19:21:57 UTC 2019
Please register for Hydraulic Fracturing Induced Seismicity on March 27, 2019 2:00 PM EDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1567059553873980939 <https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1567059553873980939>
Presented by: Dr. Rob Skoumal, Mendenhall Postdoctoral Fellow, USGS - Menlo Park
Abstract: Prior to 2015, there were only a handful of documented cases of hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity in the world. More recent research has demonstrated hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity is more common than previously thought and has included damaging earthquakes. In China, hydraulic fracturing induced earthquakes have caused millions of dollars in property damage and may have resulted in fatalities. Hydraulic fracturing in Canada has caused earthquakes as large as M 4.6. We have found that hundreds of stimulations in Oklahoma have induced M < 4 earthquakes. Given the sequences in China and Canada, should we expect M > 4 earthquakes to be induced in the United States in the future, or have they already occurred? How can we reduce the likelihood of these events happening? What could we expect to happen in the future? With a focus on the United States, I will discuss a wide range of successes and ongoing challenges related to hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. PLEASE NOTE: Registration does not confirm or guarantee you will have a spot during the webinar, as we are limited to 500 participants. Please hop on the webinar early for your best chances to see the webinar live. Remember that all IRIS webinars are archived for later viewing at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD4D607C2FA317E6D <https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD4D607C2FA317E6D>
Any questions? Contact us at webinar at iris.edu <mailto:webinar at iris.edu>
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