Dataset for "Permeability and seismic velocity anisotropy across a ductile-brittle fault zone in crystalline rock"
Wenning, Quinn C.
de Haller, Antoine
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This is the dataset which is associated with Publication Wenning, Q. C., Madonna, C., de Haller, A., and Burg, J.-P.: Permeability and seismic velocity anisotropy across a ductile-brittle fault zone in crystalline rock, Solid Earth Discuss., https://doi.org/10.5194/se-2018-15, in review, 2018. The measurements were acquired as part of the Grimsel ISC Project in the framework of the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research - Supply of Electricity (SCCER-SOE Show more
ContributorsContact person: Wenning, Quinn C.
Data collector: Wenning, Quinn
Project leader: Burg, Jean-Pierre
Project manager: Madonna, Claudio
SubjectSeismic velocity; permeability; microstructure; shear zone; fault zone
Organisational unit03392 - Burg, Jean-Pierre (emeritus)
02282 - SCCER-SoE / SCCER-SoE
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Is supplement to: https://doi.org/10.5194/se-2018-15
Is supplement to: https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-b-000250128
Is part of: https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-b-000276170
NotesThe Grimsel ISC is a project of the Deep Underground Laboratory at ETH Zurich, established by the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research - Supply of Electricity (SCCER-SoE) with the support of the Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI). Funding for the ISC project was provided by the ETH Foundation with grants from Shell and EWZ and by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy through P&D grant SI/501496-01. Quinn Wenning is supported by SNF Project number 153889. The Grimsel Test Site is operated by Nagra, the National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste. We are indebted to Nagra for hosting the ISC experiment in their GTS facility and to the Nagra technical staff for onsite support.
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