Real-time Microseismic Monitoring : Automatic Wave Processing and Multilayered Velocity Model for Accurate Event Location

Abstract : Mine-induced seismicity is a well-known phenomena wherever mining activities take place at great depths. At Provence colliery, France, longwall mining at 1100 meters deep induces numerous, daily tremors, triggered by the caving proeess above the tabular onebody. Many factors play an important part in this seismic activity
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Gloria Senfaute, Pascal Bigarre, Jean-Pierre Josien. Real-time Microseismic Monitoring : Automatic Wave Processing and Multilayered Velocity Model for Accurate Event Location. International symposium of the international society for rock mechanics (EUROCK 1994), Aug 1994, Delft, Netherlands. pp.631-638. ⟨ineris-00971903⟩

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