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XK (2016-2016): Delineating preferential flow paths from recharge for water planning and management

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FDSN code XK (2016-2016) Network name Delineating preferential flow paths from recharge for water planning and management (Recharge_flow)
Start year 2016 Operated by
  • New Mexico Tech
End year 2016 Deployment region United States of America
Short description

This is a pilot project to test feasibility of identifying seismic tremor associated with discharge into an aquifer. We are proposing to conduct three recharge experiments near Preston, MN. The site includes a sinkhole and spring that are ~100 m apart. Artificial recharge events will be conducted by filling a pool with water and then releasing the water into the sinkhole to produce a pressure pulse. For each experiment, the water will be released at a different rate to test aquifer response to a range of recharge rates. We will use a variety of geophysical sensors to probe the response to the recharge events in multiple ways.

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Digital Object Identifier (DOI) https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/XK_2016
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