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G. Mulders (2003)). g. reservoir compaction or surface subsidence), seismicity and stress corrosion or geochemical effects. g. 3). It will be interesting to see whether they are relevant to earthquake generation as well. (4) The problem of nonlinear deformation and the connection to seismic activity. Although linear poroelastic models have been INDUCED SEISMICITY IN HYDROCARBON FIELDS 99 F IG . 30. Left: Compaction map of the reservoir at Ekofisk field derived from 4D seismic data. Right: Compaction map computed from geomechanical modeling.