CO2 sequestration...

EM to detect and seal potential leaks

links for research...

EM Inversion programs:

Center for Gravity, Electrical & Magnetic Studies, Colorado School of Mines:

Consortium for Electromagnetic Modeling and Inversion, University of Utah:

ElectroMagnetic Imaging Technology, Geophysical Instrumentation & Software.  Maxwell 4 - Electrical Geophysics Software:


Oasis Montaj:

The UBC Geophysical inversion facility:

Links to Data:

EarthScope EM Data Portal: 

SPIDR (Space Physics Interactive Data Resource):

WIPP (Waste Isolation Pilot Plan):

Overview of Carbon Capture and Deep Geologic Storage:

CO2 Capture Project:, Strategies for Reducing CO2 Emissions: 

Information on Carbon Capture and deep geologic Storage, Research and Development efforts:

Evaluation of potential impacts on health, safety, and the environment:

Monitoring, mitigation, and verification at sequestration sites SEQURE technologies and the challenge for geophysical detection by Arthur W. Wells, Richard W. Hammack, Garret A. Veoski, J. Rodney Diehl, Brian R. Strazisar, Henry Rauch, Thomas H. Wilson, and Curt M. White:

Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array:  Slow Earthquakes within the Cascadia Subduction Zone:

Risk assessment of features, events, and processes contributing or preventing CO2 leakage:

EM links:

Three-Dimensional Inversion of Frequency Domian Airborne EM Data:


GeoExplo Ltda. Airborne Geophysical Consulting:

Lasen ALPIS:

Elk Hills:

Mechanical and stratigraphic constraints on the evolution of faulting at Elk Hills, California by Patricia E. Fiore et al.:

Monterey Formation porcelanite reservoirs of the Elk Hills field, Kern County, California by S.A. Reid et al.:

Attention to detail:  How big commitment to reservoir description has made a major impact on development at Elk Hills Oil field:


ccs_em_sum.xls (summary of bibliographic material... work in progress)

parameters.xls (outline of parameters for model testing)

model_dim.pdf (overview of current well model)