Thread: SSA 2020 Session: Advances in Seismic interferometry

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Yang, Xiaotao
2020-01-06 18:40:48
Dear Colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the following technical session in SSA 2020 Annual Meeting (Albuquerque, NM, Apr 27-30). Please consider submitting an abstract (Jan 14, 2020; 5 PM, Pacific time). Click here to submit the abstract: We look forward to your contributions!

Advances in Seismic interferometry: Theory, Computation, and Applications:
Seismic interferometry extracts information from the ambient seismic field and enables imaging in the absence of earthquakes or artificial sources. Recent developments in seismic interferometry have benefited from the increasing availability of continuous records of ambient seismic noise from traditional broadband instruments and emerging new acquisition technologies, such as large-N nodal arrays and distributed acoustic sensing systems. This has opened the possibility of performing high-resolution tomographic imaging anywhere dense networks are available. In addition to applications in seismic tomography, the potential temporal resolution in continuous seismic records provides the possibility of monitoring the transient changes of subsurface properties for various geological targets such as glaciers, volcanoes, groundwater, reservoirs, active faults, infrastructure and even other planetary bodies. The utilization of continuous seismic records meanwhile demands the development of computer programs capable of handling massive data sets (terabytes to petabytes). We welcome contributions of recent advances in seismic interferometry on a broad range of topics, including (but not limited to) theoretical developments in amplitude measurements and structural inversion, utilization of higher-order cross-correlations, new analyzing techniques and computer programs, and novel applications across disciplines.

Best regards,

Doyeon (DK) Kim, University of Maryland
Xiaotao Yang, Harvard University
Tim Clements, Harvard University
Ross Maguire, University of New Mexico
Tieyuan Zhu, Penn State University
Nori Nakata, MIT
Ved Lekic, University of Maryland
Marine Denolle, Harvard University

Xiaotao Yang
Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University
20 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA 02138
E-mail: xiaotaoyang<at>

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