Thread: AGU Session T004: Advances in Methods for Observing and Modeling Seismic and Aseismic Processes

Started: 2019-07-29 17:23:34
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Dear Colleagues,

The AGU abstract deadline is July 31 at 23:59 EDT. We invite you to submit an abstract to our session, "T004 - Advances in Methods for Observing and Modeling Seismic and Aseismic Processes."

The session description is as follows:

Our ability to resolve aspects of the earthquake cycle continues to improve with the ongoing development of new geodetic and modeling techniques. To understand short-term and long-term tectonic processes in a complex earth, it is crucial to 1) correctly separate the contributions made by seismic, aseismic and non-tectonic deformation in data, and then 2) link these observations to fault and bulk processes with a view of their spatiotemporal complexities and interactions. We welcome new contributions on: improved methods detect the signals of interest, new techniques to invert these signals for robust interpretations of the physical processes driving them (e.g. seismic vs. aseismic slip, off-fault deformation, etc.), advances in modeling these processes using realistic physics, and any combination of these and similar topics. The aim is to provide an environment in which the observational and modeling communities can discuss our understanding of seismic and aseismic processes and the development new approaches.

You may submit an abstract to this session using the following URL:

Kali Allison, University of Maryland College Park
Chris Rollins, Michigan State University
Jessica Murray, US Geological Survey
Adriano Gualandi, California Institute of Technology

Invited speakers:
Jorge Jara, Ecole Normale Superiore de Paris
Louisa Tsang, Geoazur, Nice
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