Thread: SSA23 Special Session - Marine Seismoacoustics

Started: 2023-01-03 16:28:27
Last activity: 2023-01-04 17:24:18
Topics: SSA Meetings
Charlotte Rowe
2023-01-03 16:28:27
Dear colleagues,


We invite you to consider contributing to our special session at the upcoming Seismological Society of America 2023 meeting:


Advances in Marine Seismoacoustics


On land, we are seeing increasing interdependence between seismic and infrasonic or acoustic observations for many important research applications. Continued expansion of seismoacoustic research into the oceans has given rise to a vast expansion of our geophysical reach, sensing and observational capabilities. Both autonomous deep ocean sensing and near-shore cabled arrays have provided significant advances not only for geodynamic modeling but also earthquake and tsunami early warning, extension of global geophysical models and new appreciation of the complex and coupled problem of hydroacoustic and seafloor seismic interactions and phenomena. We invite contributions surrounding all relevant studies addressing marine seismoacoustic issues, including sensor and communications developments, oceanic noise (both hydroacoustic and seismic), marine mammal vocalization and acoustic tomography, propagation and phase conversion, spreading center, transform system and subduction models and observations, and fusion of relevant geophysical observations to augment new and existing seafloor seismic data.


Conveners:

Kasey Aderhold - IRIS

Charlotte Rowe - Los Alamos National Laboratory

Rajiv Ranasinghe - Los Alamos National Laboratyory

Ethan Williams - Caltech




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Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
EES-17, MS F-665
Seismologist, Geophysics Group
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Cell: 505-500-2486 ; office 505-665-6404
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"Never eat more than you can lift"
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  • Charlotte Rowe
    2023-01-04 17:24:18
    Dear Volcano Seismology Community:


    Given the significant problem that volcanoes in the Caribbean pose, we have organized a special session for the SSA 2023 meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, designed to address monitoring and hazard assessment from this very real threat. We invite relevant contributions to the following special session (not limited to Caribbean volcanoes):



    Seismology's Role in Assessing Volcanic Hazard at Multiple Time Scales

    Dangerous volcanoes not only pose an ongoing threat to nearby settlements, but also to regional economies and global connectivity. Inter-eruption repose periods vary by orders of magnitude and can directly impact the perceived monitoring requirements. Seismology has always been arguably the greatest monitoring tool during active eruption cycles, but can also contribute to change detection in times of repose, offering a potential alarm bell well in advance of a new eruptive cycle. We invite contributions of your research into volcanic seismicity at all time scales, in the context of contributing to interdisciplinary, dynamic hazard assessments for volcanoes of concern.

    Conveners:
    Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory, char<at>lanl.gov;
    Francisco Nunez-Cornu, Universidad de Guadalajara, pacornu77<at>gmail.com;
    Glenn Thompson, University of SouthFlorida, thompsong<at>usf.edu;
    Jolante van Wijk, Los Alamos National Laboratory, jolantevanwijk<at>lanl.gov;
    Wendy McCausland, U.S. Geological Survey, wmccausland<at>usgs.gov


    We look forward to seeing you in Puerto Rico!



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    Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
    EES-17, MS F-665
    Seismologist, Geophysics Group
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Cell: 505-500-2486 ; office 505-665-6404
    B-Schedule

    "Never eat more than you can lift"
    -------- Miss Piggy

    ************* Correspondence ***************



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