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Instrument Request for Hannahville Indian Community, Menominee County, MI (201837)

Name: Hannahville Indian Community, Menominee County, MI

Long Name: Investigation of seismic radial anisotropy of a carbonate bedrock at Hannahville Indian Community, Menominee County, MI

Description:

Fractures are crucial to characterize fluid flow and solute transport in the geological environments, and estimate the hydraulic properties of fractured-rock formations. Seismic radial anisotropy can be used as a strong attribute for forecasting fractures. In this study, we will identify fractures of a carbonate bedrock via seismic radial anisotropy. Our site of study is located at Hannahville Indian Community, Menominee County, Michigan. In this site, five wells have been previously studied for hydrology conductivity and fracture characterization over which we will our lines of seismic data acquisitions.

Scheduled Requests
# Request Id Leaves PIC Dock Returns to PIC Dock Updated
1 S5097-3356 2018-08-01 2018-08-31 2018-04-18 09:10:58
Type Instrument Quantity
Sensor High Frequency 24
Datalogger Multi Channel 2
Collaborators & Roles
PI Organization Role
Roohollah Askari Michigan Technological University Principal Investigator (PI)
Funding
Funded Funding Date Proposal # NSF Letter Letter Due
Yes 2017-07-01 1705010 No N/A

Funding Agencies & Programs

Agency Program
University Internal
Billing
Using the PI's current contact information as the billing contact.
Experiment Support
If the experiment requires additional support, it will be listed below.

Passcal Staff? No

Computer Support? Yes

Field Coordination? No

SSF Coordination? No

Coordination Notes:

N/A
Location & Environment
Southwest Coordinates:
Latitude 45.6211
Longitude -87.4223
Northeast Coordinates:
Latitude 45.696
Longitude -87.274
Environment:

N/A

Geographic Location:

Hannahville Indian Community, Menominee County, MI