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“Bah, the latest news is not the last.”

Samuel Beckett, The Unnamable.

Poster presentation on GNSS monitoring at Mt. Etna, EGU 2019

April News Update

A quick note on a couple more of our presentations at EGU… Our poster with results from our recent work on “Measuring relative ground motion across the Pernicana fault during the December 2018 – January 2019 eruption and seismic crisis of Mt. Etna, Italy, at 1 Hz sampling frequency using low-cost GNSS”, was part of…

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The last 100years of geoscience research, showing exponential growth in the number of publications year-on-year

April News

Are we already past “Peak Geoscience”? That’s the fascinating question posed by long-standing Neftex/Halliburton colleagues at EGU next week in the plenum session: “Peak Geoscience? Uncertainty, unknowns and the future of geoscience”, Monday 8th April. Perhaps geoscience will become less critical to economic growth as we progressively de-carbonise the economy over the coming years? Right…

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Multi-scale length-intensity plot for bulk fracture data from the Aqra-Bekhme Fm. Kurdistan

March News

Fracture scaling parameters – the detailed relationship between the number of ‘big’ to ‘small’ fractures – are typically one of the most critical inputs when modelling naturally fractured reservoirs, and can have a profound influence on upscaled flow predictions. Scaling varies between different litho-stratigraphic units, and because of the inherent limits in seismic resolution, and the sparseness…

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