Thread: IAG-IASPEI 2017 S01, Seismological Observation and Interpretation

Started: 2017-01-30 13:24:03
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Topics: IASPEI Meetings
Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the open session at IAG-IASPEI 2017 that will be held at Kobe, Japan during July 30 - August 4, 2017.

S01 Open session
Essential for seismology is the rapid and reliable detection, location, and magnitude estimation of seismic events based on effective data retrieval, data archiving and analysis. Presentations are invited for the following topics:

1. Developments in seismic networks and data centers, international data exchange and management of massive data sets;
2. Analysis of errors in onset time readings. Automated determination of onset times for crustal, mantle, and core phases including their uncertainties;
3. Location of seismic events and developments in new location techniques like reverse time migration and multiple event location techniques. Estimation of location uncertainties using ground truth events;
4. Developments in array techniques for the detection and location of events as well as for measurements of seismic wavefield attributes;
5. Estimation of magnitude, energy and moment of seismic events at various scales.
Determination of seismic source parameters from analogue recordings.
6. Analysis of earthquake catalogues with respect to their completeness, homogeneity, uncertainties, magnitude-frequency distribution, and spatio-temporal distribution of events;
7. Propagation and inversion of seismic waves.

Best regards,

Thomas MEIER (Kiel University, Germany) Domenico DI GIACOMO (International Seismological Centre, UK) Aitaro KATO (Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo, Japan)

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