As part of the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2017, Dr Stuart Gilfillan (University of Edinburgh), will co-convene this session. It aims to address field testing methods, analysis of field data and natural analogues of CO₂ storage for the purpose of robust site characterisation and monitoring of CO₂ storage sites.
Presentations are invited to cover various aspects to field testing and natural analogues, including advances in measurement techniques and their application, advances in associated process understanding, in both test site and natural CO₂ reservoirs and the role of modelling in assessing the characteristics and its spatial variability of storage sites.
The link to submit an abstract and further information can be found at http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/session/22852
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