Water reservoirs, mining, geothermal energy, underground gas storage: All will be parts of the future global energy infrastructure. But they also interfere with the underground and may change tectonic conditions and even trigger earthquakes under unfavorable conditions. An expert workshop at KIT is aimed at understanding the mechanisms and developing regulations for safe projects. Representatives of the media are cordially invited and kindly asked to register using the form enclosed.
2nd European Workshop on Induced Seismicity November 26, 2012, 11.00 hrs, to November 28, 12.00 hrsKIT, AVG building, Adenauerring 20a, room 145
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