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Evolving technologies will allow the deployment of seismic arrays
capable of recording well-sampled wavefields, reducing or
eliminating aliasing. The resulting datasets will enable new
wavefield imaging methods that can transform studies of seismic
sources and of Earth structure. Scientific benefits exist at all
scales, from global to soils. <br>
IRIS will be hosting a series of online workshops to gather input
from the broader seismological community about the potential
scientific benefits of densely sampled full-wavefield seismic data.
These workshops will be divided by application/scale, and are
intended together to be inclusive. Workshop topics will include:
global, regional broadband, source discrimination, earthquake
source, controlled source, ocean, polar, and volcano seismology.
Announcements for each workshop will be posted to this forum. <br>
Each workshop will ask the question: <b>“What new science would be
enabled by full-wavefield seismic data?” </b><br>
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