New publications from STEMM-CCS

STEMM-CCS scientists have published two peer reviewed papers over the summer.

Guttorm Alendal from the University of Bergen has published ‘Cost efficient environmental survey paths for detecting continuous tracer discharges’ which uses Bayes’ theorem and modelling to suggest strategies for defining survey paths when using autonomous vehicles to detect anomalies. Read the full paper

Meanwhile, Jerry Blackford and colleagues from the Plymouth Marine Laboratory have published ‘Monitoring of offshore geological carbon storage integrity: Implications of natural variability in the marine system and the assessment of anomaly detection criteria’. One aspect of the paper considers how the variability of marine systems must determine the design of monitoring strategies. Read the full paper