A Broadband Laboratory Study of the Seismic Properties of Cracked and Fluid-saturated Synthetic Glass Materials
The presence and migration of fluids in Earth’s upper crust is a topic of broad interest in geophysics, with applications ranging from imaging earthquake fault zones, through hydrocarbon and geothermal reservoir exploration, to the monitoring of sequestered supercritical carbon dioxide. The mechanical response of a fluid-saturated rock to an applied oscillatory stress depends on the scale of stress-induced pore-fluid flow within solid matrix, and hence is time (or frequency) dependent....[Show more]
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