Thread: AGU 2021 Session S009 - Geophysical and Planetary Seismo-Acoustics: Capturing the Full Wavefield

Started: 2021-07-07 21:38:36
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Dear Colleagues,

The American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting returns in hybrid form for Fall 2021. We invite you to submit an abstract for our session S009 Geophysical and Planetary Seismo-Acoustics: Capturing the Full Wavefield by August 4, 2021. We also encourage and would appreciate you forwarding this opportunity to potentially interested fellow scientists.

Session Description:
Natural (volcanoes, earthquakes, severe storms, bolides, etc.) and anthropogenic (chemical and nuclear explosions, wind turbines, dams, etc.) sources often generate low frequency acoustic (“infrasound”) signals. The recent detection of Martian infrasound via the InSight lander highlights the future of acoustic monitoring on other solar system bodies. Acoustic signals are observed on traditional microbarometer sensors and often on seismic sensors. Seismo-acoustic studies have shown that the fusion of seismic and acoustic observations can contribute to a better understanding of the seismic source as well as seismo-acoustic coupling of energy. This session is dedicated to highlighting the depth and breadth of studies of acoustic waves on the Earth and beyond. We invite submissions detailing recent science results and research advances in infrasound, seismoacoustics, and similar multi-phenomenological research. Presentations that explore observations and/or interpretations of acoustic phenomena, existing and emerging source and propagation models, advances in instrumentation and signal analysis techniques are welcome.

This year's annual meeting will be held both in-person in New Orleans, LA and virtually from December 13th – 17th, 2021. We hope you will join us.

For more information and to submit an abstract to our session, please visit:

Thank you,

Fransiska Dannemann Dugick – Sandia National Laboratories (SNL)
Jelle Assink – Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)
Leo Martire – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA JPL)
Elizabeth Berg – Sandia National Laboratories (SNL)
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