AGU Session: Integrated studies of pre-earthquake processes, geo-hazards, and space weather with multi-sensor observations
ouzounov at chapman.edu
Thu Jul 16 17:22:56 UTC 2020
We would like to draw your attention to the session NH017: Integrated studies of pre-earthquake processes, geohazards, and space weather with multi-sensor observations at the Fall 2020 AGU Meeting.
NH017 session description:- Integrated studies of pre-earthquake processes, geohazards, and space weather with multi-sensor observations This session expands on the latest results from cross-disciplinary observations from space and ground measurements associated with earthquakes, geohazards, and space weather. It advances the existing interdisciplinary studies of the Earth EM environment associated with lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling and other processes. Results from the latest satellite missions Swarm (ESA, 2013), CSES1 (China/Italy, 2018), and FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 (Taiwan/USA, 2019), will be presented. The presentations will feature a multi-instrumental approach to global EM observations. Data from LEO satellites can provide a global view and are complementary to ground-based observations. We are considering a wide range of Earth EM activities: - thunderstorm, TLE, geomagnetism, space-weather that can help in clarifying the missing scientific knowledge of earthquake precursors and significant geohazards. The session talks will include but are not limited to: observations; modeling and analyses; geochemical; electromagnetic; thermodynamic processes; and case histories relating stress changes in the lithosphere, pre-earthquakes, geohazards, and space weather.
Two weeks left for the final submission (deadline: July 29). Please consider submitting an abstract .
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Zeren Zhima, Institute of Cristal Dynamics, CEA
J.Y.Tiger Liu, National Central University of Taiwan
Dimitar Ouzounov, Chapman University, CA
Patrick Taylor, NASA GSFC, MD
Livio Conti, Uninettuno University
Center of Excellence in Earth Systems Modeling & Observations (CEESMO)
Schmid College of Science and Technology
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