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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
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... Appendix A Workshop Agenda National Academies Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20418 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 8:30 DAY 2 OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES Brian Anderson and Julia Haggerty, Co-Chairs, Workshop Planning Committee  PRESENTATIONS: MANAGING THE RISKS OF KEYNOTE INJECTION-INDUCED SEISMICITY Moderated by Mark Zoback, Stanford University 9:30 BREAK 9:45 PANEL 4:  Moderated by Peter Hennings, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas CAUSALITY ASSESSMENT APPROACH: INTEGRATING GEOMECHANICS AND RESERVOIR ANALYSIS TO UNDERSTAND INDUCED SEISMICITY IN KANSAS Tandis Bidgoli, Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas SUBSURFACE PRESSURE MONITORING, GEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK AND ROCK PROPERTIES IN OKLAHOMA Kyle Murray, Oklahoma Geological Survey/University of Oklahoma OPERATIONAL FACTORS TO MITIGATE HYDRAULIC FRACTURE INDUCED SEISMICITY Shawn Maxwell, IMaGE 35
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... 36 ONSHORE UNCONVENTIONAL HYDROCARBON DEVELOPMENT UNDERSTANDING INDUCED SEISMICITY IN CANADA: OBSERVATIONS, RESEARCH, AND MANAGEMENT IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Stuart Venables, British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES -- MONITORING, OBSERVATIONS, AND RESEARCH William Leith, U.S. Geological Survey 11:45 WRAP UP, DAY 2  Julia Haggerty, Brian Anderson, and Kris Nygaard, Workshop Planning Committee 12:15 NEXT STEPS Wendy Harrison, Roundtable co-chair 12:30 WORKSHOP ADJOURNS

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