Project outputs

SECURe - Data Management Plan (SECURe Report D7.8)

This report provides a summary of data and information on making data generated within the SECURe project FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and re-useable). SECURe is committed to open data access, long-term archiving and availability after the funding period of the project has finished.

This report provides a summary of data and information on making data generated within the SECURe project FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and re-useable). SECURe is committed to open data access, long-term archiving and availability after the funding period of the project has finished.

 

SECURe- Project Management Plan (SECURe Report D7.7)

This report gives an overview of the SECURe project aims and objectives, and a description of the deliverables from each work package, along with the approach to innovation and Intellectual Property management.

 

Minutes of the SECURe launch meeting (SECURe Report D7.1)

The Kick-off meeting of the SECURe project was held 14-15 June 2018 at the British Geological Surveys Headquarters in Nottingham, UK. The meeting included the elections of the Management and Advisory boards, and also saw overviews of each work package.

 

Workshop: Towards Tailor Made Participatory Monitoring Programs (SECURe Report D6.2)

This report gives an overview of a workshop held 4-5 March in The Hague that introduced a framework for participatory monitoring and accompanying guidance on how the framework could be used in real practice.

Overview report of ethical issues associated with CCS and with Shale Gas R&D (SECURe Report D6.1)

This overview report of ethical and social issues associated with carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage (CCS) and with Shale Gas R&D is divided into two chapters that summarise the ethical and social issues raised in CCS and shale gas respectively, with comparison drawn out in the final chapter. This report improves the understanding of shale gas and CCS perceptions of stakeholders and local residents, and is useful when considering how to communicate complex scientific and technical material with the public.

 

Report on State-of-the-art Microseismicity Techniques in Europe and North America (SECURe Report D2.1)

Induced seismicity can arise from a variety of situations, usually in relation with extraction or injection of fluids. One of the challenges is monitoring the micro-seismicity, before assessing the actual risk. This report gives a state-of-the-art review of microseismicity techniques using examples from Europe and North America, and serves as an introduction for many tasks within the SECURe project that are related to induced seismicity.

 

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