2022 SSA Session: Seismo-geodetic Approaches for Seismic and Tectonic Processes
Goldberg, Dara E
degoldberg at usgs.gov
Tue Jan 4 16:46:59 UTC 2022
Please consider submitting an abstract to the session Seismo-geodetic Approaches for Seismic and Tectonic Processes at the upcoming Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, which will be held in Bellevue, WA from April 19-23. Abstracts are due by January 12: https://meetings.seismosoc.org/submit/
We are excited to have invited speakers John DeSanto (University of Washington) and Kang Wang (University of California Berkeley) joining the session and are looking forward to additional contributions from the seismo-geodesy community.
A description of the session is below:
Geodetic tools have become routine in studies of tectonic plate motions, ground deformation, dynamic seismic observations, earthquake early warning and short-/long-term seismic hazard projections. Geodesy complements seismic observations by increasing the spatial resolution of seismic source models, spatially and temporally characterizing tectonic deformation and providing additional constraints on seismic processes. Advances to geodetic data processing and its incorporation in evolving seismological methods contribute to faster and more reliable seismic and disaster-mitigation applications.
This session welcomes contributions in the field of seismo-geodesy. We invite abstracts relating to any geodetic tool (e.g., GNSS, InSAR, strain, etc.) demonstrating new applications, improvements, or analyses of tectonic deformation, specific earthquakes or sequences, or other seismic processes with geodetic observations. We encourage submissions that illustrate the complementary nature of geodetic methods to their seismological counterparts, providing a comprehensive picture of a given seismic or tectonic process.
Revathy M. Parameswaran, University of Alaska Fairbanks (rmparameswaran at alaska.edu)
Dara E. Goldberg, US Geological Survey (degoldberg at usgs.gov)
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