Definition of Microseismic. Meaning of Microseismic. Synonyms of Microseismic

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Definition of Microseismic

Microseismic
Microseism Mi"cro*seism, n. [Micro- + Gr. ? an earthquake, fr. ? to shake.] A feeble earth tremor not directly perceptible, but detected only by means of specially constructed apparatus. -- Mi`cro*seis"mic, *seis"mic*al, a.

Meaning of Microseismic from wikipedia

- oscillation of the ground. The most energetic seismic waves that make up the microseismic field are Rayleigh waves, but Love waves can make up a significant fraction...
- A microearthquake (or microquake) is a very low-intensity earthquake that is 2.0 or less in magnitude. They are very rarely felt beyond 8 km (5 mi) from...
- advanced applications, microseismic monitoring is sometimes used to estimate the size and orientation of induced fractures. Microseismic activity is measured...
- company specializing in microseismic monitoring. ESG manufactures and installs microseismic instrumentation and performs microseismic data processing and...
- including acidizing, coiled tubing, fracturing, nitrogen pumping, cementing, microseismic, and industrial services. It is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada...
- stimulation and rock strata not intended for penetration". Microseismic Knowledgebase. "Microseismic Monitoring 101". ESG Solutions. Retrieved 31 August 2016...
- via the Section 29 tax credit for unconventional gas from 1980–2000. Microseismic imaging, a crucial input to both hydraulic fracturing in shale and offs****...
- m****es in movement are less weighty. Seismologists have determined that microseismic events are correlated to tidal variations in Central Asia (north of the...
- tectonic evolution into two parts. Sato et al. observed in 1997 that microseismic activity in the trench was similar to that of active subduction zones...
- and drying, frost heaving, animal traffic, and the Earth's constant microseismic vibrations. The removal of small particles by wind does not continue...