What is Carbon Sequestration?
Carbon sequestration is the process of capturing, securing, and storing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to reduce the human “carbon footprint” and prevent warming of the atmosphere. There are two main types of carbon sequestration: biological and geological.
Geospace Technologies provides advanced seismic sensors, data acquisition systems, reservoir monitoring solutions, and leak detection systems that can be used for both types of carbon sequestration.
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TECHNICAL BACKGROUND ON CARBON STORAGE APPLICATIONS
FIRST BREAK | April 2023 Issue
Performance Outlook for SADAR Array Network at Newell County Facility
Article summarizes several fundamental results from a year of continuous monitoring at an active carbon storage facility in Canada using the SADAR permanent array network.
FIRST BREAK | April 2022 Issue
Compact Phased Arrays for Microseismic Monitoring
Article demonstrates the promising performance of permanently deployed, networked SADAR arrays to detect and locate microseismicity associated to CO2 storage reservoirs.
In-depth conversations in applied geophysics
Episode 142: How to technologically scale CCUS
Dr. Don Lawton of Carbon Management Canada and Dr. Mark Tinker of Quantum Technology Sciences discuss the latest technological advances for carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS).