The ongoing worldwide large-scale demonstration projects for geologic carbon utilization and storage pose many scientific questions linking academic and industrial research. Monitoring stored carbon, such as CO2, is important to safe storage. Geophysical monitoring plays a crucial role in monitoring CO2 injection and migration, and ensuring safe long-term storage. We solicit abstracts on experimental, computational, lab-scale and field-scale studies of geophysical monitoring techniques for geologic carbon utilization and storage.
Lianjie Huang, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Tom Daley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
and Bill Harbert, University of Pittsburgh