Thread: GSA 2019 session T69: New Geological Insights Revealed by Dense Geophysical Data

Started: 2019-05-02 16:22:42
Last activity: 2019-05-02 16:22:42
Topics: GSA Meetings
Dear Colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the following session in GSA
2019 (Phoenix, Arizona, Sep 22-25). Please consider submitting an
abstract (due June 25th). We look forward to your participation!

Session T69: New Geological Insights Revealed by Dense Geophysical Data

Geophysical data analysis is a great tool to study geological problems.
Thanks to recent instrument advances and scientific investment, we are
able to collect geophysical data at more improved spatial resolution.
Examples include EarthScope's USArray at continental scale and many
dense arrays at regional scales. At local scales, we have surveys with a
large number of easy-to-deploy seismic sensors (large-N arrays) and/or
fiber-optic distributed sensing technologies that have been applied in
Geophysics to obtain high-resolution data. The collected dense
geophysical data have been changing our views of the full wavefield and
providing new insights to a range of geological problems such as
subsurface geology, continental structures, tectonic evolution, volcanic
processes, and earthquake physics. This session aims to discuss the
latest findings with dense geophysical data. We welcome contributions
from a variety of fields (e.g., seismic, gravity, magnetic) that focus
on the method and applications of dense geophysical data to various
geological problems.

Ting Chen (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Catherine Snelson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Robert Mellors (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

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