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highlight Geophysics for Deep Geothermal Energy

25. Februrary 2011, University of Cologne Geo-Bio Hörsaal, Zülpicher Strasse 49 50674 Cologne, Germany

A DGG/EAGE-Workshop aubsequented to the DGG Annual Meeting

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To highlight the role of geophysics in the various areas of development of deep geothermal resources, the presidents of the German Geophysical Society (DGG, Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft), Prof. Dr. Yaramanci and Prof. Dr. Räkers, have initiated an international DGG/EAGE-Workshop on the role of geophysical methods for deep geothermal energy. This workshop is organised under the heading "Geophysics for Deep Geothermal Energy" and will be held in Cologne/Germany on Friday, the 25th of February, 2011.

This one-day workshop aims at giving an overview of state-of-the-art research related to deep geothermal energy development, focussing on the contribution of geophysical methods. The scientific sessions will deal with exploration, Reservoir development, stimulation and monitoring as well as Data base, resource assessment and modeling. In addition, an introduction session will convey an overview over status-quo, open questions and opportunities. The emphasis of the workshop will be on the scientific approaches in geophysics for geothermal development.

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