Distributed Acoustic Sensing

Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) is a potentially transformative technology in the geosciences and engineering. The rapidly increasing interest in DAS arises from its use in continuous arrays that can be kilometers in length while providing spatial resolution of meters and frequency response from millihertz to kilohertz. This mailing list provides a forum for discussion on all topics related to DAS technology including: applications, installation, data acquisition, handling and processing of data, engineering and scientific technical development, and advertisement of upcoming events, workshops, meetings, or other opportunities in the DAS community.

For more information on the Distribution Acoustic Sensing Research Coordination Network, please go to: https://www.iris.edu/hq/initiatives/das_rcn

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Active Message Threads for February 2021

Thank you for registering for "Distributed Acoustic Sensing in the Cryosphere" held on February 25, 2021, and thank you again to our presenter Dr. Fabian Walter and moderator Dr. Lucas Zoet. A link to the webinar recording is now available on the DAS RCN website under "Past events" on the website: https://www.iris.edu/hq/initiatives/das_rcn and you can get to it directly on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/6fY1Evhc3kM. Our next webinar in the DAS RCN series will be "Application of DAS for Monito… [more]
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Please join us on *Thursday, February 25th at 12:00 PM Eastern* for... *Distributed Acoustic Sensing in the Cryosphere* *Presented by: Dr. Fabian Walter, ETH Zurich* *Register:* https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uH_EjiH9SdG9QyuRXeubMA *Abstract: *Distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) dramatically increases seismic sensor coverage, turning kilometer-long fiber optic cables into thousands of seismic sensors. DAS and similar approaches image seismic sources in densely populated cities as well a… [more]
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Mark B. Hausner
2021-02-17 18:49:02
Hi all, The DAS RCN Hydrology working group is meeting shortly. I apologize, but the link in the previous email isn't working. Here's an updated link: Mark Hausner is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://unr.zoom.us/j/83345532150 Mark B. Hausner, Ph.D. Associate Research Professor, Hydrology Division of Hydrologic Sciences Desert Research Institute 775-673-7352 mark.hausner@dri.edu<mailto:mark.hausner@dri.edu> PUBLIC RECORDS NOTICE: In accordance with NRS … [more]
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Mark B. Hausner
2021-02-12 16:52:31
Hi all, The Hydrology Working Group for the Distributed Acoustic Sensing Research Coordinating Network will be meeting on Wednesday, Feb 17. Anybody working on or interested in working on hydrologic applications of DAS is invited to attend. A draft agenda and Zoom login information is below, and the meeting will be recorded in case of time conflicts. Information about the role of working groups in the RCN can be found at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R-AUf7ZksWFhyr33lYoglkPOOd4zkUXXLmmdG… [more]
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Please join us on *Thursday, February 25th at 12:00 PM Eastern* for... *Distributed Acoustic Sensing in the CryospherePresented by: Dr. Fabian Walter, ETH Zurich* *Register: *https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uH_EjiH9SdG9QyuRXeubMA *Abstract:* Distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) dramatically increases seismic sensor coverage, turning kilometer-long fiber optic cables into thousands of seismic sensors. DAS and similar approaches image seismic sources in densely populated cities as well as … [more]
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