Thread: SSA session announcement: Detecting, Locating, Characterizing and Monitoring Non-Earthquake Seismoacoustic Sources

Started: 2022-12-06 11:46:11
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Dear colleagues,

We warmly invite you to submit an abstract to the following session:
Locating, Characterizing and Monitoring Non-Earthquake Seismoacoustic
Sources" at the 2023 Seismological Society of America (SSA) Annual Meeting:

Non-earthquake seismoacoustic sources, such as landslides, avalanches,
lahars, glacial events, blasts and bolide impacts, are commonly recorded by
seismoacoustic monitoring networks. Although most of these sources are not
routinely monitored in real-time like earthquakes, the recent surge in
seismoacoustic data and ground-based, airborne and satellite imagery makes
these post-event detections and characterizations possible. Furthermore,
regional networks increasingly incorporate acoustic instrumentation, making
acoustic measurements of these events more common. This session focuses on
methods that aim to better understand and characterize these sources and to
better monitor and mitigate their associated hazards. We encourage
presentations that study all types of non-earthquake seismic sources by
utilizing seismoacoustic, geodetic and remote sensing techniques on local,
regional, and global scales. Relevant topics may include but are not
limited to source detection, location, characterization, modeling and
classification (including machine learning approaches); precursory signal
analysis; monitoring; and hazard mitigation.

The conference will take place on 17–20 April 2023 in San Juan, Puerto
Rico. The abstract submission deadline is 11 January – 5:00 pm Pacific Time

Conveners: Kate Allstadt, Ezgi Karasozen, Liam Toney

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