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Tracking Injected Fluids: A Seismic Contrast Agent Breakthrough

A new class of acoustically active contrast agents holds promise for monitoring, mapping, and tracking fluids injected into the subsurface

February 2019
Using impedance-tubes experiments, PNNL researchers determined the low-frequency acoustic properties of metal-organic framework (MOF) disks to evaluate their potential as subsurface contrast agents.

Providing International Guidance to Achieve Remediation "End States"

Researcher at PNNL helps lead the creation of key document

January 2019
PNNL’s Mike Truex (front row, center) gathered with representatives of IAEA member countries during a spring 2018 meeting to kick off work on the DERES document.

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