--> --> Figure 2. P-wave propagation velocity in CO2 for a range of pressures and temperatures. Numbered triangle 1 defines the velocity value used to model seismic reflectivity at a CO2 sequestration depth of 6,000 feet. As references, the velocity in water is approximately 4,800 feet/second, and the velocity in air is 1,100 feet/second.

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Figure 2. P-wave propagation velocity in CO2 for a range of pressures and temperatures. Numbered triangle 1 defines the velocity value used to model seismic reflectivity at a CO2 sequestration depth of 6,000 feet. As references, the velocity in water is approximately 4,800 feet/second, and the velocity in air is 1,100 feet/second.