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Dear Colleagues, The SSA abstract deadline is tomorrow! Please consider submitting your abstract to the following special session. Abstract deadline: January 11, 2017 Invited speakers: Dr. Junle Jiang, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD Dr. Percy Galvez, AECOM, Seismology Department Earthquake Complexities Revealed by Kinematic and Dynamic Modeling and Multiple Geophysical Data Sets In recent years, spatiotemporal and geometrical earthquake rupture complexities have been imaged ... [more]
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Dear colleagues, If you are working on the fascinating topic of earthquake triggering please consider further submitting an abstract to our session. The focus of our session (*Recent Advances in Earthquake Triggering and Aftershock Forecasting*) is How recents advances in understanding earthquake physics can lead to improved predictability for earthquake forecasts! Our aim is to present the scientific steps we made this year! Abstract submission deadline is 5:00 PM U.S. Pacific Standa... [more]
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Xiaowei Chen
Jan. 10, 2017, 6:10 a.m.
Dear Colleagues, The SSA abstract deadline is fast approaching! Please consider submitting your abstract to the following special session. Abstract deadline: January 11, 2017 Earthquake interaction and triggering: from near field to far field, from natural to induced Unraveling patterns and mechanisms of earthquake triggering is important for understanding earthquake occurrence and seismic hazard forecast. For example, aftershocks are consequences of static and/or dynamic stress perturbat... [more]
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Julien Chaput
Jan. 8, 2017, 11:55 p.m. - Jan. 9, 2017, 3:03 p.m.
Dear Colleagues, Please consider submitting an abstract to the following session for the upcoming SSA meeting in Denver. The abstract deadline is January 11th. Theoretical and practical advances in ambient noise and coda studies The past decade has featured numerous advances in passive imaging using ambient noise and multiply scattered seismic coda from earthquakes or other sources. The inherent simplicity of many applications has generated a swath of mainstream tools and applications now ... [more]
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Abhijit Ghosh
Jan. 9, 2017, 11:06 a.m.
Dear colleagues, I would like to draw your attention to the special session on the wide spectrum of fault slip. Please consider submitting an abstract to the session. —Abhi Varied Modes of Fault Slip and their Interactions – Slow Earthquakes, Creep to Mega Quakes Faults show a diverse mode of slips from slow earthquakes, shallow creep to supershear rupture and damaging fast megathrust earthquakes. Slow earthquakes appear to play an important role in the seismic cycles of major faults. They... [more]
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Dear Colleagues, Please consider submitting an abstract to the following session for the upcoming SSA meeting in Denver. The abstract deadline is January 11th. Theoretical and practical advances in ambient noise and coda studies The past decade has featured numerous advances in passive imaging using ambient noise and multiply scattered seismic coda from earthquakes or other sources. The inherent simplicity of many applications has generated a swath of mainstream tools and applications ... [more]
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Dear Colleagues, We encourage you to consider submitting an abstract (due by 5:00 PM PST on Wednesday, January 11) to the following special session at the 2017 Seismological Society of America special session in Denver. Machine Learning and its Application to Earthquake and Explosion Signal Analysis This session focuses on the application of machine learning techniques to the analysis of seismic, infrasound, hydro-acoustic, remote sensing, electromagnetic, and other signals. The goals of ma... [more]
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Are you interested in any aspect of hazard from induced earthquakes, including modeling ground motion, understanding the physical controls (such as stress drop) on ground motion, seismic source characterization or testing of hazard maps? Well, then, we encourage you to submit a presentation to our session on "*Understanding and Modeling Ground Motions and Seismic Hazard from Induced Earthquakes*" at the SSA Annual Meeting in Denver, CO from April 18 to 20, 2017. Abstract submission is now o... [more]
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Dear Colleagues, The deadline of SSA annual meeting is approaching (Jan 11th), we would like to invite you to submit an abstract to our session “Advances in Seismic Full Waveform Modeling, Inversion and Their Applications”. The complete description of the session can be found below and abstract submission link is at https://www.seismosoc.org/meetings/2017/absub/ Sincerely, Nian Wang <nian_wang@uri.edu> Xueyang Bao <xybao@uri.edu> Dmitry Borisov <dborisov@princeton.edu> Youyi Ruan <youyir... [more]
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Dear Colleagues, As the abstract deadline approaches (Jan 11th) for this years annual SSA meeting in Denver, Colorado, we would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the special SSA-ESC Joint session on Advances in Geotechnical Borehole Arrays, Data and Analyses. In particular we welcome contributions from all aspects of borehole data analysis, including but not limited to: interferometry, material properties in the linear and non-linear range, liquefaction, site response, amplificati... [more]
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Dear Colleagues, We would like to draw your attention to our SSA session "Theoretical and methodological innovations for 3D/4D seismic imaging of near-surface, crustal, and global scales". In this session, we will discuss novel approaches for 3D and time-lapse imaging in variety of scales. As invited speakers, we are happy to have Roel Snieder (Colorado School of Mines). Please go to the SSA webpage (https://www.seismosoc.org/meetings/2017/absub/) to submit your abstract. The deadline is J... [more]
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Dave Wilson
Jan. 4, 2017, 2:44 p.m.
Please consider submitting to our SSA session: Recent Advances in Very Broadband Seismology We look forward to submissions that examine either the long-period or high-frequency ends of the seismic wavefield and our ability to accurately record these extremes. Other submissions of general interest in seismic instrumentation are also encouraged. Thank you, Adam Ringler <aringler@usgs.gov> David Wilson <dwilson@usgs.gov> Robert Anthony <reanthony@usgs.gov> Session Description: Observationa... [more]
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Dear colleague, we want to remind you that there are only 10 days left for submitting an abstract for two important April 2017 meetings, during which the new born ESC Working Group FAULT2SHA is promoting special sessions, namely 1) the European Geosciences Union 2017 (held in Wien, 23-28 April 2017) NH4.4/SM3.8 Fault2SHA: common practices and new hints towards physics-based and testable PSHA Convener: Oona Scotti Co-Conveners: D. Schorlemmer , Laura Peruzza , Francesco Visini , Bruno P... [more]
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