Articles | Volume 58
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-58-177-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-58-177-2023
17 Mar 2023
 | 17 Mar 2023

CHENILLE: Coupled Behavior Understanding of Faults: from the Laboratory to the Field

Audrey Bonnelye, Pierre Dick, Marco Bohnhoff, Fabrice Cotton, Rüdiger Giese, Jan Henninges, Damien Jougnot, Grzegorz Kwiatek, and Stefan Lüth

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The overall objective of the CHENILLE project is to performed an in-situ experiment in the Underground Reaserch Laboratory of Tournemire (Southern France) consisting of hydraulic and thermal stimulation of a fault zone. This experiment is monitored with extensive geophysical means (passive seismic, active seismic, distributed fiber optics for temperature measurements) in order to unravel the physical processes taking place during the stimulation for a better charactization of fault zones.