Thread: Session 09 "Advancing the (Re)use and preservation of Analog Seismic Data" at ESC2021 - Call for abstracts

Started: 2021-03-19 15:17:10
Last activity: 2021-05-06 13:15:25
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Dear Colleagues,


ESC 2020 was cancelled and it has been reprogrammed on 2021 and will be held virtually. We would like to draw your attention to session:

09 "Advancing the (Re)use and preservation of Analog Seismic Data"


to be held during the virtual ESC 2021 General Assembly (https://www.erasmus.gr/microsites/1193http://iaga-iaspei-india2021.in), August 21-27, 2021.

It is linked to the activities of the ESC Working Group "02-12 Methods and data for the Study of Earthquakes Recorded on Pre-WWSSN Seismograms"; but it is open and encourages participation of interested researchers and groups all over the world.


The session accepts both oral and poster contributions, and you can submit your abstract by April 19, 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
Lorraine J. Hwang
Allison Bent
Dmitry A. Storchak

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Analog seismograms have formed the basis for seismological research for almost 100 years. These data contain unique earthquakes and almost all atmospheric nuclear tests. With the wide availability of digital seismic data, researchers have recognized non-traditional phenomena such as slow-slip events, storm surges, tectonic tremors, acoustic phases, landslides, icequakes, and avalanches. In addition, these newly recognized connections between Earth’s systems – atmospheres, ocean, and cryosphere have increased the importance of contributions from seismology to understand and mitigate the threat from both natural and anthropogenic hazards. These and yet to be recognized phenomena have been recorded for decades on analog media but many of these records are underutilized due to their inaccessibility.

Analog seismograms are at risk from inadequate storage conditions or institutional neglect. A growing movement for their preservation alongside the development and adaptation of techniques to use them is gaining momentum worldwide as the value of old data is recognized. Better coordination, sharing experiences, definition of standards and applying FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) standards can greatly improve, even overturn, their precarious situation. If available, information on recordings of particular seismic events in digital form may become standard part of seismic event bulletins distributed by global, regional, and local agencies.

We invite abstracts on a wide range of topics related to the use and preservation of analog seismic data including: research using analog data; approaches, methods and lessons learned in preservation and digitization; issues, challenges, case studies in preservation and use; and vision and needs for preservation and standards.



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


    Dear Colleagues,



    ESC 2021 General Assembly (https://www.erasmus.gr/microsites/1193http://iaga-iaspei-india2021.in) will be held virtually on September 19-24, 2021 - THE ABSTRACTS DEADLINE IS APPROACHING!! -


    We would like to draw your attention to session:

    --- 09 "Advancing the (Re)use and preservation of Analog Seismic Data" ---


    It is linked to the activities of the ESC Working Group "02-12 Methods and data for the Study of Earthquakes Recorded on Pre-WWSSN Seismograms"; but it is open and encourages participation of interested researchers and groups all over the world.


    The session accepts both oral and poster contributions, and you can submit your abstract by April 19, 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
    Lorraine J. Hwang
    Allison Bent
    Dmitry A. Storchak


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    Analog seismograms have formed the basis for seismological research for almost 100 years. These data contain unique earthquakes and almost all atmospheric nuclear tests. With the wide availability of digital seismic data, researchers have recognized non-traditional phenomena such as slow-slip events, storm surges, tectonic tremors, acoustic phases, landslides, icequakes, and avalanches. In addition, these newly recognized connections between Earth’s systems – atmospheres, ocean, and cryosphere have increased the importance of contributions from seismology to understand and mitigate the threat from both natural and anthropogenic hazards. These and yet to be recognized phenomena have been recorded for decades on analog media but many of these records are underutilized due to their inaccessibility.

    Analog seismograms are at risk from inadequate storage conditions or institutional neglect. A growing movement for their preservation alongside the development and adaptation of techniques to use them is gaining momentum worldwide as the value of old data is recognized. Better coordination, sharing experiences, definition of standards and applying FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) standards can greatly improve, even overturn, their precarious situation. If available, information on recordings of particular seismic events in digital form may become standard part of seismic event bulletins distributed by global, regional, and local agencies.

    We invite abstracts on a wide range of topics related to the use and preservation of analog seismic data including: research using analog data; approaches, methods and lessons learned in preservation and digitization; issues, challenges, case studies in preservation and use; and vision and needs for preservation and standards.



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


      Dear Colleagues,



      ESC 2021 General Assembly (https://www.erasmus.gr/microsites/1193http://iaga-iaspei-india2021.in) will be held virtually on September 19-24, 2021 - THE ABSTRACTS DEADLINE IS APPROACHING!! -


      We would like to draw your attention to session:

      --- 09 "Advancing the (Re)use and preservation of Analog Seismic Data" ---


      It is linked to the activities of the ESC Working Group "02-12 Methods and data for the Study of Earthquakes Recorded on Pre-WWSSN Seismograms"; but it is open and encourages participation of interested researchers and groups all over the world.

      The Euro-Mediterranean area has a long and rich tradition on instrumental seismology. A large amount of new knowledge is waiting for us in legacy seismograms, bulletins and related documents. The present status of preservation, dissemination and use of analog seismic data in the Euro-Mediterranean area will be discuss together with colleagues from around the world.


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


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


      Josep Batlló
      Lorraine J. Hwang
      Allison Bent
      Dmitry A. Storchak


      ------
      Analog seismograms have formed the basis for seismological research for almost 100 years. These data contain unique earthquakes and almost all atmospheric nuclear tests. With the wide availability of digital seismic data, researchers have recognized non-traditional phenomena such as slow-slip events, storm surges, tectonic tremors, acoustic phases, landslides, icequakes, and avalanches. In addition, these newly recognized connections between Earth’s systems – atmospheres, ocean, and cryosphere have increased the importance of contributions from seismology to understand and mitigate the threat from both natural and anthropogenic hazards. These and yet to be recognized phenomena have been recorded for decades on analog media but many of these records are underutilized due to their inaccessibility.

      Analog seismograms are at risk from inadequate storage conditions or institutional neglect. A growing movement for their preservation alongside the development and adaptation of techniques to use them is gaining momentum worldwide as the value of old data is recognized. Better coordination, sharing experiences, definition of standards and applying FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) standards can greatly improve, even overturn, their precarious situation. If available, information on recordings of particular seismic events in digital form may become standard part of seismic event bulletins distributed by global, regional, and local agencies.

      We invite abstracts on a wide range of topics related to the use and preservation of analog seismic data including: research using analog data; approaches, methods and lessons learned in preservation and digitization; issues, challenges, case studies in preservation and use; and vision and needs for preservation and standards.


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