Thread: S012: Full-Waveform Modeling and Inversion: Advances and Applications

Started: 2018-07-10 18:20:24
Last activity: 2018-07-10 18:20:24
Topics: AGU Meetings
Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the session
S012: Full-waveform Modeling and Inversion: Advances and Applications.

We look forward to your interest! Just a reminder that the abstract
submission is due on August 1st, 23:59 EDT.

S012: Full-Waveform Modeling and Inversion: Advances and Applications

Full-waveform numerical modeling methods accurately simulate complex
wave propagation
in 3D Earth media, accounting for heterogeneity, anisotropy, attenuation,
and interfaces. These methods have led to great progress in imaging Earth’s
structures and in studies of seismic sources. We focus on recent
developments in full-waveform-based methods and applications, including but
not limited to: (1) forward modeling and inversion algorithms, (2)
automatic data processing such as artificial-intelligence-based methods,
(3) multi-scale imaging of wavespeed, anisotropy, density, and attenuation
structures using earthquake, ambient noise, and active-source data, (4)
inversion of earthquake source locations, moment tensors, and earthquake
rupture processes, (5) model evaluation and validation, (6) full-waveform
reverse time migration, and (7) wave-prediction and observation of site
amplification and surface ground-motion related to seismic hazard
assessment. We strongly encourage abstracts that highlight new
geological/tectonic insights that resulted from full-waveform approaches,
or from joint approachs combining seismic methods with other geophysical
methods (e.g., gravity and magnetotelluric analysis).
Convener: Xueyang Bao (University of Rhode Island); Min Chen (Michigan
State University); Nian Wang (University of Rhode Island); Yong Yu
(Southern University of Science and Technology)

Best regards,
Xueyang Bao, Min Chen, Nian Wang, and Yong Yu

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