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Dear Colleagues, We encourage you to submit an abstract to the following 2018 AGU Fall Meeting session: T048: The Influence of Fault Zone Structure on Plate Boundary Tectonics and Earthquakes This session highlights studies of effects of fault zone properties on crustal deformation across plate boundaries. Probabilistic-hazard models of fully coupled faults in uniform elastic models may overestimate expected earthquakes. In southern California; paleoseismic and historical data indicate a 160… [more]
Dear Colleagues, We wish to draw your attention to the following 2018Fall AGU session. *V029: **New Insights into Oceanic Spreading Centers from Seafloor Observatories* **** Oceanic spreading centers are complex settings in which geological, hydrothermal, biological and oceanographic processes all interact. The challenges of understanding these systems and of capturing the volcanic and tectonic events responsible for forming the ocean crust has led to the establishment of longterm mu… [more]
Dear Colleagues, We would like to encourage submission to the AGU 2018 session “*Oceanic Lithosphere: Structure and Evolution from Creation to Destruction*”. The aim of this session is to explore what we know about the variability in oceanic crust and lithosphere both in space and over time using a range of geophysical, geochemical and geodynamic methods. Please see below for the full session description and information. *Invited Speakers:* Jim Gaherty (LDEO) Maxim Ballmer (ETH Zurich) *Conv… [more]
Dear colleagues, We would like to bring your attention to the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting Session entitled, “Interdisciplinary Characterization of Volcanic Explosion Source Dynamics”. We invite contributions that explore this topic from a variety of perspectives. Please see below for more information. V027: Interdisciplinary Characterization of Volcanic Explosion Source Dynamics Forecasting the onset and hazards of volcanic eruptions requires an integrated understanding of precursory activity,… [more]
Dear colleagues, We would like to encourage your participation in our AGU Fall Meeting session, which is focused on volatile elements in planetary interiors (details below): MR023: Volatile Elements in Planetary Interiors: Storage, Cycling, and Implications Session ID#: 47263 Session Description: Volatile elements including hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, and the halogen group elements play an important role in the dynamics, structure, and evolution of the Earth's interio… [more]
2018 AGU Session T043: "Subduction Zone Processes, Orogenesis and Seismic Hazard: From the Alpine-Mediterranean to the Indo-Burma Region"
Dear Colleagues, We welcome submissions to this special AGU session on Subduction Zone Processes and Seismic Hazard: T043: Subduction Zone Processes, Orogenesis and Seismic Hazard: From the Alpine-Mediterranean to the Indo-Burma Region https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/prelim.cgi/Session/47151 Invited Speakers: Anne Replumaz, Université Grenoble-Alpes Eric Sandvol, University of Missouri Conveners: Patricia Persaud, Louisiana State University Francesca Di Luccio, INGV, Rome Claudi… [more]
Dear Colleagues, We would like to draw your attention to the following session at the AGU 2018 Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C. Abstract deadline is Wednesday, 1 August 23:59 EDT. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm18/prelim.cgi/Session/43148 Invited Authors: Yihe Huang, University of Michigan Théa Ragon, Université Côte d’Azur S006: Earthquake Source Physics: Unified perspectives from Kinematic Source Imaging, Physics-based Modeling, Laboratory Experiments, and Earthquake Geology Sessio… [more]
*Dear Colleagues: * We would like to draw your attention to the AGU 2018 session “Advances and Revelations from Geophysical Exploration and Observation in the Cryosphere.” This session will bring together both basic and applied research on the frozen earth (permafrost, ice, snow, etc.) using a wide variety of geophysical methods and is co-organized between Near-Surface Geophysics, Cryospheric Sciences and Seismology sections. We hope you will submit an abstract, and share this announcement with… [more]
Dear Colleagues, Please consider submitting your work to the session *Site Characterization Using Single Station and Array methods**, *in the Seismology Section of the 2018 AGU Fall meeting to be held in December 1-14 in Washington D.C. The full session description is below. Note that the deadline for abstract submission is August 1st. We look forward to hearing from you! Best regards, Francisco Sánchez Sesma, Zack Spica and Francisco Luzón ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++… [more]
AGU Fall Meeting 2018: V044. Volcano Seismology and Acoustics: Recent Advances in Understanding Volcanic Processes
Dear colleagues, While preparing your abstracts for this year's AGU Fall Meeting, we invite you to consider our session about using seismic and acoustic data to study volcanic processes. *Session ID:* 44116 *Session Title:* V044. Volcano Seismology and Acoustics: Recent Advances in Understanding Volcanic Processes *Section/Focus Group: *Volcanology, Geochemistry and Petrology *Conveners:* Alexandra Iezzi, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks Diana Roman, Carnegie Institution… [more]
Dear Colleagues, Please consider submitting your work to the session* Ambient field seismology: theoretical and methodological innovations**, *in the Seismology Section of the 2018 AGU Fall meeting to be held in December 1-14 in Washington D.C. The full session description is below. Note that the deadline for abstract submission is *August 1st*. We look forward to hearing from you! Best regards, Zack Spica, Nori Nakata and Lise Retailleau +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++… [more]