The Microseismic User Group (MUG) celebrated another successful year in 2021, wrapping up 10 years of talks on microseismic and induced seismicity topics. The group hosted speakers from academia, industry, and government. While events remained online throughout the year, the group was able to reach an international audience and achieve greater participation.

As in-kind sponsorship was not an option for virtual events, MUG accepted financial sponsorship for the first time. MUG graciously acknowledges sponsorship by Silixa, which enables MUG to continue its successful operation and offer free educational events.


Upcoming MUG Talks

December 6, 2023

Our journey into AI for regional to local scale passive seismic monitoring

Aaron Booterbaugh, Nanometrics Inc.

October 5, 2023

Seeing Through the Glass Darkly: Fracture Imaging using DAS-recorded Seismic Reflections

Yuanyuan Ma, Rice University

June 15, 2023

Acoustic monitoring with Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS)

Ismael Vera Rodriguez, Silixa

April 26, 2023

Are we able to distinguish natural from injection-induced earthquakes sequences in areas where both are plausible?

Rebecca Salvage, Department of Geoscience, University of Calgary

March 22, 2023

FusionArrayTM: Maximizing the Value of a Wireline Fiber-Optics through integration of Microseismic and Cross-well strain data

Suresh Dande, ESG Solutions Inc, Houston, TX