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Keep up with the latest developments at Carbon Alpha and get updates on our work in carbon capture and sequestration. Read our publications below.

September 25, 2023
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Seismic and Carbon Storage - Part 2

Carbon Alpha News image, clean healthy atmosphere image of aurora borealis.

CCS value written in a bowtie

Lee Hunt
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January 1, 2024

All aspects of a CCS project are tied back to risk management; value in the geosciences, including seismic, are directly related to their role in reducing project risk.

CCS expertise and analogic reasoning

Lee Hunt, Eric Street, Graham Hack
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September 15, 2023

Lee, Eric, and Graham's article on using analogic reasoning to leverage known skills into the new field of CCS.

Subsurface methodologies and CCS: similarities and differences

Lee Hunt, Eric Street, Graham Hack
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May 15, 2023

In 2022, the Government of Alberta (GOA) entered into negotiations with 25 project teams to potentially approve storage hubs for the timely and safe permanent underground storage of carbon dioxide (CCS).

The learning before machine learning

Lee Hunt
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June 20, 2022

Machine learning, data mining, deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are technical approaches to automated analysis and problem solving that are being both employed and marketed in the geosciences and beyond.

Useful Mistakes, Cognitive Biases and Seismic

Lee Hunt
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April 1, 2021

We come to conventions and Symposia to hear about success and bask in the glory of our awesome, successful colleagues. But mistakes may also lead to useful learning opportunities.