News headlines on IRIS EMC development and changes.
The IRIS EMC news headlines are listed in reverse chronological order.
Added TW-PS-H14, Huang, Wu, Song, Chang, Lee, Chang, and Hsieh (2014), a 3D Vp, Vs, and Vp/VS models of Taiwan region from joint inversion of P- and S-wave travel times.
Added YS-P-H15, Huang, Lin, Schmandt, Farrell, Smith, and Tsai (2015), a 3D P-wave velocity model of Yellowstone from joint inversion of local earthquake and teleseismic travel-time data.
Added MCR.MT.Yang-et.al.2015.resistivity, Yang, Kelbert, Egbert & Meqbel (2015), a 3D electrical resistivity model of the Midcontinent Rift recovered by inverting 222 magnetotelluric stations from EarthScope USArray dataset in Midcontinent Rift area, north-central USA.
EMC 3D Visualizer is released (https://seiscode.iris.washington.edu/projects/iris-emc-3d-visualizer)
Added Andes.ANT.Ward.2013, Ward, Zandt, Beck, Porter, Wagner, Minaya and Tavera (2013), a 3D shear-wave velocity model of the Central Andes from ambient noise tomography. The model incorporates broadband seismic data from 20 seismic networks deployed incrementally in the Central Andes from 1994 May to 2012 August, to image the shear wave velocity structure of the South American Cordillera.
Added APVC.ANT+RF.Ward.2014, Ward, Zandt, Beck, Christensen, and McFarlin (2014), a 3D shear-wave velocity model of the Altiplano-Puna Volcanic Complex (APVC) from the joint inversion of ambient noise tomography and receiver functions.
EMC 3D Visualizer is available
ak135-f (ds.iris.edu/ds/products/emc-ak135-f) density unit was corrected from Mg/km3 to Mg/m3 per user notification. The original unit was the same as http://rses.anu.edu.au/seismology/ak135/ak135f.html
Unified depths of the GyPSuM kmps models.
Added Taiwan.TTT.KWR.2012 model, Kuo-Chen, Wu & Roecker (2012), a model based on a travel-time tomographic method from active- and passive-source experiments of Taiwan Integrated Geodynamic Research (TAIGER) and other permanent seismic networks.
Added S362ANI+M model, Moulik and Ekstrom (2014), is an anisotropic shear velocity model of the Earth’s mantle using normal modes, body waves, surface waves and long-period waveforms
Added US-SL-2014 model, Schmandt & Lin (2014), is a P and S teleseismic body-wave tomography of the mantle beneath the United States.
Added link to the CRUST 1.0 model on the IRIS EMC – Reference Earth Models page
Created a supplemental information page for Cascade.ANT.Gao-Shen.2014
Version 2.0 visualization tools are online.
In version 2.0 ALL Earth model variables, contained in the netCDF model file, are available for plotting.
Created a supplemental information page for DNA13 Earth model.
Added Cascade.ANT.Gao-Shen.2014 – Gao and Shen (2014), A full-wave ambient noise tomographic method and the analysis of Rayleigh waves from ~1000 stations between 1995 to 2012, including the EarthScope USArray Transportable Array and many other permanent and flexible arrays.
Added SAWum-NA2 — Yuan and Romanowicz (2011), A high-resolution North American shear velocity model of upper mantle
Added DNA13 — Porritt, Allen and Pollitz (2014), P- and S-velocity models for the western US integrating body- and surface-wave constraints
Added SEMum — Lekic and Romanowicz (2011), A high-resolution global shear velocity model of upper mantle
Added wUS-SH-2010 — Schmandt and Humphreys (2010), P and S teleseismic body-wave tomography of the western United States, wUS-SH-2010
Added S2.9EA — Kustowski, Ekstrom and Dziewonski (2008), a model of shear-wave velocity in the upper-mantle beneath Eurasia, S2.9EA
Added STW105 — Kustowski, Ekstrom and Dziewonski (2008), a transversely isotropic reference Earth model STW105
Added S362ANI & S362WMANI — Kustowski, Ekstrom and Dziewonski (2008), anisotropic S velocities Earth models S362ANI & S362WMANI
Added LLNL-G3Dv3 — Simmons, Myers, Johannesson & Matzel (2012) , a global-scale model of the crust and mantle P-wave velocity with regional-scale details. , LLNL-G3Dv3
Added Regional 3-D electrical conductivity model of Snake River Plain / Yellowstone, USA based on magnetotelluric data, SRPY-MT
Added the tomography models HMSL-P06 & HMSL-S06
Added ParaView to the Desktop Tools page
Added tomography model PNW10-S
The Generalized X-section Viewer with the ability of plotting sections in an arbitrary direction has replaced the regular cross section viewer.
The Slab Models for Subduction Zones (Slab) are added to the Horizontal Slice Viewer
The Desktop Tools page is a quick startup guide for some visualization desktop applications that allow 3-D visualizations of EMC’s netCDF model files
Added magnitude scale below cross-section and also revised the vertical scale to represent aspect ratio of 1
Added tomography model TX2011
Renamed tomography model Grand2000 to TX2000
Added the Externally Hosted Models category to the Reference Models page that includes links to reference Earth models that are not hosted by EMC.
Added GyPSuM tomography model
Added TNA/SNA reference model
The beta release of the IRIS EMC is now online
Added SAW642AN and SAW642ANb tomography models
The beta release of the IRIS EMC is under review
The alpha release of the IRIS EMC visualization tools is now online
The pre-alpha version of the IRIS Horizontal Slice Viewer is now online
The beta test version of the IRIS EMC Tomoserver is now online
A test Coordinate Selection Tool is added to the Visualization page
Distributed the IRIS Earth Model Collaboration Technical Plan
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The IRIS Earth Model Collaboration data product Trade Study phase started
The Trade Study phase of the new IRIS Earth Model Collaboration data product started at IRIS DMC. The objectives of this phase are:
- Organize and summarize relevant Earth Models
- Organize and summarize the existing presentation tools
- Identify the key elements of the Earth Model metadata
- Form a Technical Experts team
- Trabant, C., A. R. Hutko, M. Bahavar, R. Karstens, T. Ahern and R. Aster (2012), Data products at the IRIS DMC: stepping-stones for research and other application, Seismological Research Letters, 83(6), 846:854. doi: 10.1785/0220 120032
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