Thread: JpGU-AGU Meeting, Session S-CG68, Seismogeodesy for Hazard Early Warning

Started: 2017-01-17 18:36:03
Last activity: 2017-01-17 18:36:03
Topics: Other Meetings
Dear IRIS Community

We are writing to invite you to consider participating in a seismogeodesy
session at the joint JpGU-AGU meeting in Japan, 20-25 May 2017.

Abstract submission began on 6 January 2017 and there are discounts for
early abstract submission and for early registration.

Below is a description of the session. You are welcome to submit an
abstract or attend the session in May.

Thank you, Linda and Koshun

Session Details

S-CG68 (Solid Earth Sciences, Complex and General) Morning of 21 May 2017

Integrating Seismic and Geodetic Observations for Hazard Early Warning
(long title)

Seismogeodesy for Hazard Early Warning (short title)

The integration of seismic and geodetic observations can improve hazard
early warning systems, especially earthquake early warning and tsunami
early warning. Research, application and implementation topics related to
seismogeodetic methods are particularly welcome. Examples include: 1.
Research related to combining seismic and geodetic data to understand earth
processes with direct relationship to hazards such as earthquakes,
tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, landslides, severe weather, space weather,
and other potential disasters. 2. Applications related to integrating
seismic, geodetic or both observations into developing or existing warning
systems. 3. Implementation related to setting policies regarding data
access, enhancing and hardening warning systems, and ensuring real-time
data streams for sudden onset events.


Linda Rowan, UNAVCO

Koshun Yamaoka, Nagoya University

Invited Authors

Satoshi Kawamoto, Geospatial Information Authority of Japan

Diego Melgar, University of California, Berkeley

Coordinating Unions


Co-sponsoring societies
SSA, SSJ , Geodetic Society of Japan

Linda Rowan, External Affairs Director
6350 Nautilus Drive
Boulder CO 80301-5394

Office: 303-381-7571
Fax: 303-381-7501
Cell: 202-577-4460
Twitter @UNAVCO

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