Thread: AGU: Ambient field seismology

Started: 2018-06-20 21:10:57
Last activity: 2018-06-20 21:10:57
Topics: AGU Meetings
Zack Jack
2018-06-20 21:10:57
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

*Session ID: *43695

Session Title:
Ambient Field Seismology: Theoretical and Methodological Innovations

Session Description:
The ambient seismic field (noise) is now widely used to assess a variety of
features such as seismic velocities, medium stiffness, ground motion and
attenuation. Recently, we have seen more attempts to gain spatial
resolution and to extract body waves from noise correlations. Deep-phase
extraction also offers global seismologists new opportunities to map
Earth’s structures and to perform time-lapse studies. However, all these
research topics strongly depend on the accurate estimation of the Green’s
function, thus relying on, for example, microseism sources distribution,
receiver coverage, and appropriate signal processing. In this session, we
would like to cover most theoretical and methodological aspects of
ambient-field seismology. We invite abstracts related to all the
aforementioned research lines but also encourage innovative studies
exploring the source distribution, the importance of scattering, and
imaging applications involving novel processing such as higher-order
correlations, double beam forming, or multi-dimensional deconvolution.

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