Time series of ground deformation for the Aquistore CO2 storage site located in southeastern Saskatchewan and computed from five beams of Radarsat-2 data combined using the MSBAS methodology [electronic resource] / [by] S.V. Samsonov, D. White and M. Craymer
- Geological Survey of Canada, Scientific Presentation ; 29
- The objectives of the Aquistore CO storage project are to design, adapt, and test non-seismic monitoring 2 methods that have not been systematically utilized to date for monitoring CO storage, and to integrate 2 the data from these various monitoring tools to obtain quantitative estimates of the change in subsurface fluid distributions, pressure changes and associated surface deformation. Since spring of 2012 RADARSAT-2 data from five beams (ascending and descending Spotlight, Wide UltraFine and Fine Quad-Pol) were regularly (with the individual frequency of 24 days) collected and used for calculation of ground deformation time series over the Aquistore CO storage site located in SE Saskatchewan. The 2 initial InSAR analysis (Samsonov et al., 2012) revealed slow ground deformation not related to CO2 injection but caused by various natural and anthropogenic processes - snow melt, surface moisture variation, ground and surface water level changes and post-mining activities. In this work we provide updated results based on over one hundred RADARSAT-2 images acquired during May 2012-May 2013.
- "Presented at MultiTemp 2013 Conference, Calgary, Alberta. Date presented: June 2013".
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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- Electronic monograph in PDF format.
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