Thread: J9 "Analogue Data for the Future" session at IAGA-IASPEI 2021 - Call for abstracts

Started: 2021-03-18 15:39:48
Last activity: 2021-04-12 09:26:25
Topics: IASPEI Meetings

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Dear Colleagues,


IASPEI GA 2021 will be held jointly with IAGA. We would like to draw your attention to session:

J9 Analogue Data for the Future: Preservation and Present-Day Utilization of Historical Data in the Geosciences"


to be held during the virtual IAGA-IASPEI 2021 Joint Scientific Assembly (http://iaga-iaspei-india2021.in), August 21-27, 2021.


IASPEI has a long tradition on the recovery, preservation and use of old seismograms and related numerical data for present research. At this meeting we will joint our colleagues from IAGA to share and discuss our initiatives with those developed in their research areas. New and improved initiatives, methodologies and, at the end, new knowledge should outcome from it.


The session accepts both oral and poster contributions, and you can submit your abstract by April 15, 2021. For your convenience, the scope of the session can be found appended below.

We are looking forward to meeting you online during the Assembly.


Josep Batlló
Edward Cliver
Justin Mabie
Anna Skorkina
Masahito Nosé


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Session scope:

Started on the second part of the 19th century, the 20th century brought several fold increase in recorded data in the geosciences. These analogue records, largely consisting of seismograms and magnetograms form the basis of climatology and scientific discovery and study in their related fields.

Maintenance of a complete time series of environmental data is necessary for the comprehensive study of a changing world. Availability and usability of old analogue records are needed for understanding of our Earth systems. Historic environmental data in analogue form are, many times, contained in unique formats, difficult to interpret, and at risk of loss. A comprehensive effort on historical data preservation and modernization is needed. Data discovery, availability, interpretation and use for scientific study are necessary for understanding of the changing Earth and extreme events. The sharing of the IASPEI and IAGA accumulated experience is an important step toward comprehensive historical data preservation and modernization. This joint-session symposium welcomes contributions on:

(a) Locating, assessing, preserving, and disseminating historical data mainly obtained from analogue magnetograms and seismograms.
(b) Solutions for batch digitization, recognition and conversion of analog data into digital numerical arrays.
(c) Methodologies and study cases using these historical data to advance our understanding of the Earth system.



  • --- Apologies for cross-posting ---



    Dear Colleagues,


    IASPEI GA 2021 will be held jointly with IAGA. - THE ABSTRACTS DEADLINE IS APPROACHING!! -


    We would like to draw your attention to session:

    J9 Analogue Data for the Future: Preservation and Present-Day Utilization of Historical Data in the Geosciences"


    to be held during the virtual IAGA-IASPEI 2021 Joint Scientific Assembly (http://iaga-iaspei-india2021.in), August 21-27, 2021.


    IASPEI has a long tradition on the recovery, preservation and use of old seismograms and related numerical data for present research. At this meeting we will joint our colleagues from IAGA to share and discuss our initiatives with those developed in their research areas. New and improved initiatives, methodologies and, at the end, new knowledge should outcome from it.


    The session accepts both oral and poster contributions, and you can submit your abstract by April 15, 2021. For your convenience, the scope of the session can be found appended below.

    We are looking forward to meeting you online during the Assembly.


    Josep Batlló
    Edward Cliver
    Justin Mabie
    Anna Skorkina
    Masahito Nosé


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    Session scope:

    Started on the second part of the 19th century, the 20th century brought several fold increase in recorded data in the geosciences. These analogue records, largely consisting of seismograms and magnetograms form the basis of climatology and scientific discovery and study in their related fields.

    Maintenance of a complete time series of environmental data is necessary for the comprehensive study of a changing world. Availability and usability of old analogue records are needed for understanding of our Earth systems. Historic environmental data in analogue form are, many times, contained in unique formats, difficult to interpret, and at risk of loss. A comprehensive effort on historical data preservation and modernization is needed. Data discovery, availability, interpretation and use for scientific study are necessary for understanding of the changing Earth and extreme events. The sharing of the IASPEI and IAGA accumulated experience is an important step toward comprehensive historical data preservation and modernization. This joint-session symposium welcomes contributions on:

    (a) Locating, assessing, preserving, and disseminating historical data mainly obtained from analogue magnetograms and seismograms.
    (b) Solutions for batch digitization, recognition and conversion of analog data into digital numerical arrays.
    (c) Methodologies and study cases using these historical data to advance our understanding of the Earth system.


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