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Completion of March 2004 Acquisition Trip and Preliminary Processing--Fig. 4

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Figure 4--Time slice from the depth range of interest; baseline survey (top), first monitor survey (Jan. 2004) (middle), and second monitor survey (March 2004) (bottom). Clearly with the passing of time and increased volume of CO2-the reflection evident within the box at approximately the correct time for the L-KC-appears to possess steadily increasing amplitude. This increased amplitude could be indicative of increased reflectivity resulting from changes in layer characteristics.

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Kansas Geological Survey, 4-D Seismic Monitoring of CO2 Injection Project
Placed online June 9, 2004
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