Thread: AGU Session S032: Monitoring Dynamic Earth

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Hongfeng Yang
2017-07-07 15:21:32
Dear colleagues,

Please consider to contribute to the following session in the AGU Fall
Meeting. The abstract submission deadline is *August 2*^*nd* .


Hongfeng Yang, Maria Beatrice Magnani, Huajian Yao, and Fan-Chi Lin

Dynamic Earth high-resolution imaging and temporal changes monitoring at
a variety of scales


Session Description:

The Earth’s structure evolves at a variety of spatiotemporal scales,
which hold the key to improve our understanding of dynamic Earth
processes and to mitigate the effects of natural hazards. Acquiring
high-resolution subsurface images and structural variations requires
dense spatiotemporal sampling and advanced data analysis techniques.
With the emerging dense seismic array development (e.g. “large N”
arrays), we can record a well-sampled wavefield and derive subsurface
structure and temporal changes with unprecedented resolution. In
addition, a variety of passive- and active-source methods are being
developed to investigate structural variations at a wide range of
scales. Here we invite presentations related to recent advances in
investigations of dynamic Earth processes using dense arrays, including
both passive- and active-source seismic strategies. Example topics
include, but are not limited to, evolution of fault zones and volcanic
regions, fluid migration, the critical zone, high-resolution structure,
full wavefield characterization, and development of active sources.

Primary Convener: *Hongfeng Yang*, Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Earth Science System Programme, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Conveners: *Maria Beatrice Magnani*, Southern Methodist University,
Dallas, TX, United States,
*Huajian Yao*, USTC University of Science and Technology of China,
Laboratory of Seismology and Physics of Earth's Interior, Hefei, China*
Fan-Chi Lin*, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Assistant Professor
Earth System Sciences Programme
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, NT, Hong Kong

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