local : FR-18008901306731-2022-03-30
This project is based on three disciplines: seismology, hydrogeology and climatology. It aims to develop a new approach to monitor hydrogeological reservoirs, in particular karst aquifers, subject to extreme climatic events. The objective is to carry out 4D imaging during floods in a watershed (Fourbanne, 25) hosting a karst aquifer. The aim is to locate and quantify the volumes of water obtained from rain to their transfer to the basin outlet using the data taken from 60 seismometers and 20 rain gages.
Data acquisition : from Jun 2021 to Jun 2022
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Creation : 30 Mar 2022
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Data produced in the framework of Anthony Abi Nader's doctoral work, supervised by Julie Albaric (MCF at the Chrono-environment laboratory) and Christian Sue (Professor at the Chrono-environment laboratory).
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Formats : application/vnd.fdsn.mseed, text/csv
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