AGU Session - Integrating Related Earthquake Datasets: How to combine Geodesy, Seismology, and Geology in Informative Ways

Nadine Reitman Nadine.Reitman at colorado.edu
Mon Jul 13 16:28:21 UTC 2020


Hello Everyone,

We invite you to submit an abstract to our session T014: *Integrating
Related Earthquake Datasets: How to combine Geodesy, Seismology, and
Geology in Informative Ways.* We encourage submissions from geodesy,
seismology, and earthquake geology that explore active fault systems and
tectonic strain at multiple scales, from one earthquake to millions of
years and one fault segment to an entire plate, as well as contributions
with novel approaches to integrating these datasets.

*Session*: T014 - *Integrating Related Earthquake Datasets: How to combine
Geodesy, Seismology, and Geology in Informative Ways*
https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm20/prelim.cgi/Session/103700
*Conveners: *Nadine Reitman, Alex Hatem, and Eileen Evans
*Description: * Integrating geologic, seismologic, and geodetic datasets to
quantify strain accumulation and release in continental crust poses
theoretical and practical challenges because these datasets measure
deformation over disparate spatial and temporal scales. Geodetic techniques
record regional strain accumulation over decades, while paleoseismology and
tectonic geomorphology measure site-specific strain release over thousands
to millions of years. Regional analyses of stress and strain sometimes
differ from faulting rates and mechanisms, and field, InSAR, and
image-correlation measurements can result in varying quantifications of
slip from large earthquakes. Reconciling rates and patterns of crustal
deformation may improve time-dependent seismic hazard analysis and
understanding of spatiotemporal transients in earthquake cycles.
We welcome submissions from geodesy, seismology, and earthquake geology
that explore active fault systems and tectonic strain at multiple scales -
from one earthquake to millions of years and one fault segment to an entire
plate - and contributions with novel approaches to integrating these
datasets.

*Invited speakers:* *Zoe Mildon* (University of Plymouth) and *Yihe
Huang *(University
of Michigan)

We look forward to receiving your contributions!

Cheers,
Nadine, Alex, and Eileen
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