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Case study

STRYDE, RAF, and Newcastle University collaborate on geothermal exploration

STRYDE Nodes™ deployed by Newcastle University at RAF Leeming to pinpoint geothermal production locations.

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Project summary

Discover how the world’s smallest and lightest nodal seismic imaging system was deployed by Newcastle University at RAF Leeming for geothermal exploration.

3,500 STRYDE Nodes™ were deployed across more than 5km2 to image and better understand the subsurface geology. The survey that took place from June – August 2022, used miniature seismic recording devices (nodes) deployed on the surface of RAF Leeming, with subsequently a low-impact seismic source (seismic weight drop) used to generate a geological image of the subsurface to be produced.

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