Book Title: Distributed Fiber-Optic Hydrogeophysics

Authors: Scott W. Tyler; John S. Selker; Thom Bogaard; Nick van de Giesen; and Juan Aquilar-Lopez

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Book Description: This book summarizes the theory and examples of the use of Distributed Temperature Sensing, Distributed Strain Sensing and Distributed Acoustic Sensing for subsurface characterization and analysis of groundwater/surface water exchange.

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In recent years, environmental sensing of the temperature, strain and strain rate has been revolutionized by the development of fiber-optic based measurements. These tools now allow groundwater hydrologists to measure at very high spatial and temporal scales, the temperature of ground and surface water, the rock strain induced by groundwater pumping and land subsidence, and seismic signals for inversion of complex geologic structures.

This book summarizes the theory and examples of the use of Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS), Distributed Strain Sensing and Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) for subsurface characterization and analysis of groundwater/surface water exchange.

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Scott W. Tyler; John S. Selker; Thom Bogaard; Nick van de Giesen; and Juan Aquilar-Lopez

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Title
Distributed Fiber-Optic Hydrogeophysics
Authors
Scott W. Tyler; John S. Selker; Thom Bogaard; Nick van de Giesen; and Juan Aquilar-Lopez
License

All rights reserved. This publication is protected by copyright. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the authors (to request permission contact: permissions@gw project.org). Commercial distribution and reproduction are strictly prohibited.

Publisher
The Groundwater Project
Publication Date
July 19, 2022
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
https://doi.org/10.21083/978-1-77470-031-0
Ebook ISBN
978-1-77470-031-0