Articles | Volume 10, issue 4
Research article
05 Aug 2019
Research article |  | 05 Aug 2019

Monitoring of induced distributed double-couple sources using Marchenko-based virtual receivers

Joeri Brackenhoff, Jan Thorbecke, and Kees Wapenaar

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Earthquakes in the subsurface are hard to monitor due to their complicated signals. We aim to make the monitoring of the subsurface possible by redatuming the sources and the receivers from the surface of the Earth to the subsurface to monitor earthquakes originating from small faults in the subsurface. By using several sources together, we create complex earthquake signals for large-scale faults sources.