New blog post from Mark Mulrooney: Fault and fracture stability

Researcher Mark Mulrooney have written a blog post about: Fault and fracture stability: A caprock integrity analysis and NCCS mobility program, in the #SINTEFblog.

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The field area - Svalbard: Deep marine mudstones of the Agardhfjellet Formation outcropping on the lower slope of Janusfjellet, central Spitsbergen. Photo: Mark Mulrooney/UiO

In his blogpost Mark Mulrooney explains the primary research questions Task 9 (Structural derisking) is addressing in NCCS.  He also gives details of  the utilisation of a NCCS mobility fund in order to conduct a field-based caprock integrity analysis on the arctic archipelago of Svalbard.

Read the blog post:

Fault and fracture stability: A caprock integrity analysis and NCCS mobility program, the #SINTEFblog, 20.11.19. 

Published Nov. 20, 2019 3:08 PM - Last modified Nov. 20, 2019 3:08 PM