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Microseismic source parameters from induced seismicity in the Horn river basin (British Columbia) [Dataset]

Adam Klinger; Maximilian Werner

This is a database of results linked to the associated manuscript (Klinger and Werner, 2021) which has been submitted to Geophysical Journal International and is currently in review.  

We report magnitudes, corner frequencies and stress drops of microseismic events linked to fault reactivation during hydro-fracturing operations in the Horn river basin (British Columbia), as well as the corresponding uncertainties for these parameters. Stress drops are calculated using a Brune model (Brune, 1970) and uncertainties are calculated using a bootstrapping technique. 

Prior to publication please cite this database using the following two references:

Klinger, A.G., Werner, M.J.  (2021). Stress drops of hydraulic fracturing induced microseismicity in the Horn River basin: Challenges at high frequencies recorded by borehole geophones. Manuscript submitted to Geophysical Journal International . 

Klinger, A.G., Werner, M.J.  (2021). Microseismic source parameters from induced seismicity in the Horn river basin (British Columbia) [Data set]. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5603835.

 

 

 

 

 

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