Thread: AGU Geodesy/Tectonophysics Session: Geodetic imaging and interpretation of the seismic cycle

Started: 2017-07-13 21:33:47
Last activity: 2017-07-13 21:33:47
Topics: AGU Meetings
Hi all,
We would like to invite those interested to attend and submit abstracts to a session we are running in the Geodesy and Tectonophysics sessions at this year's AGU Fall Meeting, "Geodetic imaging and interpretation of the seismic cycle," session G006 (ID# 25150).

Session Description:
Geodesy’s ability to image earth processes has vastly improved both spatially and temporally in recent decades, making it an essential tool to study the seismic cycle and the ways the earth accommodates tectonic strain. To use geodesy to image these processes in a complex earth, it is essential to 1) correctly separate the contributions made by seismic, aseismic and nontectonic deformation in the data, and then 2) link these observations to fault and bulk processes with a full view of their spatiotemporal complexities. We welcome studies on all aspects of geodetic imaging of the seismic cycle: from improved techniques to detect tectonic signals (e.g. probabilistic, sparsity-promoting, etc.) and separate them from other deformation sources (e.g. hydrological, thermoelastic, anthropogenic), to the modeling and interpretation of the deformation mechanisms that produce them (e.g. coseismic slip, afterslip, viscoelastic relaxation, poroelastic rebound, slow slip events, long-term creep, gravity-driven postseismic deformation).
Christopher Rollins, Caltech
Adriano Gualandi, Caltech
Mong-Han Huang, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Jessica R. Murray, USGS Menlo Park

Feel free to send any questions or comments to me at jcrollin<at> or to any of the co-conveners, and we hope to see you there! As a reminder, the abstract submission deadline is 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time on August 2.

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