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Geophysical Monitoring of Geologic Sequestration
  • Xu, C. “Estimation of effective compressibility and permeability of porous materials with differential acoustic resonance spectroscopy.” PhD thesis, Dept. of Geophysics, Stanford University (2007).
  • Wu, Chunling, J.M. Harris, K.T. Nihei, and S. Nakagawa, Two-dimensional finite difference seismic modeling of an open fluid-filled fracture: Comparison of thin-layer and linear-slip models, Geophysics, Vol. 70, No. 4, pp. T57-T62, 2005
  • Harris, J. M. and Akintunde, M., Time-lapse monitoring of coalbed natural gas production: A case study from the Powder River basin, Wyoming Geological Survey, Rpt of Investigations No. 55, pp 109-125, 2005
  • Wu, Chunling, Efficient seismic modeling in multi-scale heterogeneous media. PhD Thesis, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University, 2005
  • Wu, Chunling, Jerry M. Harris, An optimized variable-grid finite-difference method for seismic forward modeling, Journal of Seismic Exploration, Vol. 12, 343-353, 2004
  • Wynn, D. “Geophysical Monitoring of Geologic Sequestration in Aquifers and Depleted Oil and Gas Fields.” MS thesis, Dept. of Geophysics, Stanford University (2003).
 

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