Thread: SSA 2022 Session: Advances in the Use of Seismic and Acoustic Methods to Constrain Physical Processes at Volcanoes

Started: 2022-01-06 23:36:03
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Topics: SSA Meetings
We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the following session at the 2022 Seismological Society of America (SSA) annual meeting, in Bellevue, Washington on April 19–23 2022. The deadline for submitting is January 12 at 5 pm Pacific.


Advances in the Use of Seismic and Acoustic Methods to Constrain Physical Processes at Volcanoes


Recent advances in instrumentation technology have enabled scientists to deploy progressively denser networks of seismo-acoustic sensors for longer periods of time at locations closer to volcanic systems than was previously possible. Recordings from these networks have enabled researchers to glean new insights into surface and sub-surface processes that produce seismo-acoustic signals at volcanoes, insights that hold promise for improved monitoring and real-time hazard assessment. Furthermore, advances in data processing and the development of new techniques enable both new discoveries in legacy datasets and the promise of new monitoring tools. We invite submissions to this session that describe novel studies at volcanic systems involving seismic and/or infrasonic instrumentation, with particular emphasis on results that would be applicable to the monitoring and understanding of Cascade Range volcanoes.


Conveners:

Amanda Thomas, University of Oregon (amthomas<at>uoregon.edu)

Alicia Hotovec-Ellis, U.S. Geological Survey (ahotovec-ellis<at>usgs.gov)

Barrett Johnson, University of Washington (bnjo<at>uw.edu)

Seth Moran, U.S. Geological Survey (smoran<at>usgs.gov)

Weston Thelen, U.S. Geological Survey (wthelen<at>usgs.gov)


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