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Paper on scaling relations in volcanic environment

Together with Rebecca Harrington (McGill University in Montreal) and Seth Moran (USGS) we published a paper in Journal of Geophysical Research. The paper is related to analysis of seismic data from Mt. St. Helens and discusses predominantly the scaling relations of source parameters derived from mesh spectral ratio technique:

Reference:

Harrington, R. M., Kwiatek, G., and S. C. Moran (2015). Self-similar rupture implied by scaling properties of volcanic earthquakes occurring during the 2004-2008 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington. J. Geophys. Res. DOI: 10.1002/2014JB011744 [ Article Page ]

Paper in Geothermics on Berlín Geothermal Field

My paper entitled “High resolution analysis of seismicity induced at Berlín geothermal field, El Salvador” has been finally published as a part of Geothermic special issue on induced seismcity.

Reference: Kwiatek, G., Bulut, F., Bohnhoff, M., and G. Dresen (2013). High-resolution analysis of seismicity induced at Berlín geothermal field, El Salvador. Geothermics. DOI: 10.1016/j.geothermics.2013.09.008 [ Article Page ]

 

 

First Break paper: Relocation, Spectral Ratio and Stress inversion

Another paper has been published in EAGE’s First Break journal. This time we presented the outcome of two studies related to analysis of induced seismicity at Berlin Geothermal Field, El Salvador and The Geysers geothermal field in USA. The paper is entitled: “High-resolution reservoir characterization using induced seismicity and state of the art waveform processing techniques” and you can find it here.

Reference: Kwiatek, G., Bohnhoff, M., Martínez-Garzón, P., Bulut, F. and G. Dresen (2013). High-resolution reservoir characterization using induced seismicity and state of the art waveform processing techniques. First Break 31 (7), 81-88.