Frantisek Stanek

Education

  • PhD, Geophysics, Charles University
  • MSc, Applied Geophysics, Charles University
  • BSc, Applied Geology, Charles University

Research Areas

  • Microseismic monitoring
  • Induced seismicity monitoring
  • Fiber-optic sensing (DAS)
  • Hydraulic fracturing

Publications

Williams‐Stroud, S., Bauer, R., Leetaru, H., Oye, V., Stanek, F., Greenberg, S., and N. Langet (2020), Analysis of Microseismicity and Reactivated Fault Size to Assess the Potential for Felt Events by CO2 Injection in the Illinois Basin. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 110 (5): 2188–2204. doi: 10.1785/0120200112

Li, L., Tan, J., Schwarz, B., Staněk, F., Poiata, N., Shi, P., Diekmann, L., Eisner, L., and D. Gajewski (2020), Recent Advances and Challenges of Waveform‐Based Seismic Location Methods at Multiple Scales. Reviews of Geophysics, 58. doi: 10.1029/2019RG000667

Eisner, L. and F. Staněk (2018), Microseismic data interpretation — what do we need to measure first? First Break, Vol 36, No 2, Feb 2018, pp. 55 – 58

Staněk, F., and L. Eisner (2017), Seismicity Induced by Hydraulic Fracturing in Shales: A Bedding Plane Slip Model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 122. doi: 10.1002/2017JB014213

Staněk, F., Eisner, L., and A. Vesnaver (2017), Theoretical assessment of the full-moment-tensor resolvability for receiver arrays used in microseismic monitoring. Acta Geodynamica et Geomaterialia, 14(2): 233-240. doi: 10.13168/AGG.2017.0006

Staněk, F., Jechumtálová, Z. and L. Eisner (2015), Reservoir stress from microseismic source mechanisms. The Leading Edge, 34(8), 890–893, 895. doi: 10.1190/tle34080890.1

Staněk, F., Anikiev, D., Valenta, J. And L. Eisner (2015), Semblance for microseismic event detection. Geophysical Journal International, 201 (3): 1362-1369.

Anikiev, D., Valenta, J., Stanek, F. and L. Eisner (2014), Detection, location and source mechanism determination of microseismic events: evaluating seismicity related to hydraulic fracturing. First Break, Vol 5, No 5, May 2014, pp. 59 – 65.

Staněk, F., Eisner, L. and Jan Moser, T. (2014), Stability of source mechanisms inverted from P-wave amplitude microseismic monitoring data acquired at the surface. Geophysical Prospecting, 62: 475–490. doi: 10.1111/1365-2478.12107

Anikiev, D., Staněk, F., Valenta, J. and L. Eisner (2014), Joint location and source mechanism inversion of microseismic events: benchmarking on seismicity induced by hydraulic fracturing. Geophysical Journal International, 198 (1): 249-258, doi: 10.1093/gji/ggu126

Valenta J., Rapprich V., Stárková M., Skácelová Z., Fojtíková L., Staněk F., Balek J. (2014) Problems and challenges in detection of pre-Mesozoic maar volcanoes: example from the Principálek Volcano in the Permian Krkonoše Piedmont Basin. Journal of Geosciences, 59, 169–181. doi: 10.3190/jgeosci.170

Patent

Eisner, L., Stanek, F., and Valenta, J. (2014). Method of using semblance of corrected amplitudes due to source mechanisms for microseismic event detection and location. US Patent App. 15/128,195, 2017.

Selected Conference Abstracts

Stanek, F., Williams-Stroud, S., Bauer, R., and L. Eisner (2020), Importance of monitoring seismicity induced by CO2 sequestration at Illinois Basin – Decatur Project. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2020. doi: 10.1190/segam2020-3427548.1

Eisner, L., Staněk, F., Jechumtálová, Z., and Ch. Heaver (2018), Microseismicity to production – what do we need to measure first? Geoconvention, Calgary

Staněk, F., Jechumtálová, Z., and L. Eisner (2017), Interpretation of Microseismicity Observed from Surface and Borehole Seismic Arrays During Hydraulic Fracturing in Shale – Bedding Plane Slip Model. AGU Fall Meeting 2017, New Orleans

Eisner, L., Staněk, F. (2017) The bedding plane slip model for microseismicity induced in shales. 2017 Workshop: Microseismic Technologies and Applications, Hefei, China, 4-6 June 2017: pp. 18-21. doi: 10.1190/Microseismic2017-005

Staněk, F. and L. Eisner (2016), Seismological evidence for a geomechanical model of the bedding plane slip in hydraulic fracturing of shales. SEG Annual Meeting Postconvention Workshop – Hydraulic fracture microseismicity: Understanding the mechanisms to extract greater reservoir value, Dallas

Jechumtálová, Z., Staněk, F., Eisner, L. and G.R. Keller (2016), Stress State Derived from Microseismicity Induced by Hydraulic Fracturing: Downhole and Surface Monitoring. Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, URTeC 2016. doi: 10.15530-urtec-2016-2460064

Staněk, F., Jechumtálová, Z. and L. Eisner (2015), Stress field orientation inverted from source mechanisms of microseismic events induced by hydraulic fracturing and geomechanical interpretation. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2015: pp. 2552-2556. doi: 10.1190/segam2015-5926686.1

Staněk, F., Valenta, J., Anikiev, D. and L. Eisner. (2014), Semblance for microseismic event detection. 1st SEG International Microseismic Technology Workshop, Asheville, North Carolina

Anikiev, D., Staněk, F., Valenta, J. and L. Eisner (2014), Automated joint detection, location and source mechanism determination of microseismic events. 1st SEG International Microseismic Technology Workshop, Asheville, North Carolina

Staněk, F., Valenta, J., Anikiev, D. and L. Eisner (2014), Semblance for microseismic event detection. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2014: pp. 2178-2182. doi: 10.1190/segam2014-0498.1

Staněk, F., and L. Eisner (2014), A New Geomechanical Model Explaining Source Mechanisms of Events Induced by Hydraulic Fracturing in Shale. Society of Petroleum Engineers. doi: 10.2118/167676-MS

Staněk, F. and L. Eisner (2013), New model explaining inverted source mechanisms of microseismic events induced by hydraulic fracturing. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2013: pp. 2201-2205. doi: 10.1190/segam2013-0554.1

Anikiev, D., Staněk, F., Valenta, J., and L. Eisner (2013), Imaging microseismic events by diffraction stacking with moment tensor inversion. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2013: pp. 2013-2018. doi: 10.1190/segam2013-0830.1

Staněk, F., Eisner, L., and T.J. Moser (2012), Stability of source mechanisms inverted from P-wave amplitude microseismic monitoring data acquired at surface. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2012: pp. 1-5. doi: 10.1190/segam2012-0418.1