Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) for natural microseismicity studies: A case study from Antarctica

Thomas S Hudson, Alan F Baird, J M Kendall, Sophie Kufner, Alex Brisbourne, Andrew Smith, Antony C Butcher, Athena Chalari, Andy Clarke

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Original languageEnglish
Article numbere2020JB021493
JournalJournal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth
Volume126
Issue number7
Early online date30 Jun 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2021

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Funding Information:
We thank NERC British Antarctic Survey for logistics and field support. This work was funded by a NERC Collaborative Antarctic Science Scheme grant (grant number CASS‐166). Geophones were deployed as part of the BEAMISH project, and were borrowed from the UK Geophysical Equipment Facility (GEF loan number 1111). This work and the authors T. Hudson, A. Baird, and A. Butcher were funded through the Digital Monitoring of CO storage project (DigiMon) (project no. 299622), which is part of Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT) program. We thank Silixa for the loan of an iDAS interrogator. Finally, we thank the reviewers A. Lellouch and E. Smith, as well as the editor N. Nakata, for such extensive feedback and comments that has undoubtedly improved the manuscript. 2

Funding Information:
We thank NERC British Antarctic Survey for logistics and field support. This work was funded by a NERC Collaborative Antarctic Science Scheme grant (grant number CASS-166). Geophones were deployed as part of the BEAMISH project, and were borrowed from the UK Geophysical Equipment Facility (GEF loan number 1111). This work and the authors T. Hudson, A. Baird, and A. Butcher were funded through the Digital Monitoring of CO2 storage project (DigiMon) (project no. 299622), which is part of Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT) program. We thank Silixa for the loan of an iDAS interrogator. Finally, we thank the reviewers A. Lellouch and E. Smith, as well as the editor N. Nakata, for such extensive feedback and comments that has undoubtedly improved the manuscript.

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