<div dir="ltr"><div><div><div><div><font size="2">Dear colleagues, <br><br></font></div><font size="2">We would like to draw your attention to our AGU session¬† <b>"S013: Imaging the Earth I: Theory and methods at reservoir and local scales</b><strong>" (Session ID#: </strong> <b>13058)</b>. Please see below the detailed session description. <br><br></font></div><font size="2">Confirmed invited speaker: <br>Ru-shan Wu (University of California Santa Cruz )<br><br></font></div><font size="2">Abstract submission deadline: <b>3 August, 11:59 P.M. EDT</b><br></font></div><font size="2">Submission website: <a href="https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2016/abstract-submissions/">https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2016/abstract-submissions/</a><br></font><font size="2">
        
        </font><h5><font size="2">Session Description:</font></h5><font size="2">
                </font><div class="gmail-sessionItem"><font size="2">This session focuses on new mathematical, 
computational, and theoretical breakthroughs in seismic imaging and 
waveform inversion to address challenges in inversion and imaging. We 
welcome topics along but not limited to the following lines: initial 
model building, nonlinear and other novel inversion strategy, inversion 
of sources, limited data acquisition, multiples and multiple scattering,
 role of low frequencies and wavenumber, and quantifying uncertainties 
and artifacts in the inversion. Modeled/synthetic data, blind tests, 
both successful and unsuccessful real-data case studies, in exploration 
and reservoir geophysics and other related areas are encouraged to 
submit. This session is complementary to session Imaging the Earth II: 
>From Data to Processes on regional to global scales. Together, they are 
intended to promote communication between exploration and global 
seismology.</font></div><font size="2">
                

                
        </font><div class="gmail-topdisplay"><div class="gmail-topdisplay_group"><font size="2"><span class="gmail-topdisplay_role">Primary Convener: ¬†</span><span class="gmail-topdisplay_people"><b>Yingcai Zheng</b>, University of Houston, Earth and Atmospherical Sciences Dept, Houston, TX, United States </span></font></div><div class="gmail-topdisplay_group"><font size="2"><span class="gmail-topdisplay_role">Conveners: ¬†</span><span class="gmail-topdisplay_people"><b>Tariq Alkhalifah</b>, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia and <b>Min Chen</b>, Rice University, Houston, TX, United States </span></font></div></div><font size="2">
        
        
                




                
                
        
                
                
                
        
                                        
        
        
        
                                
                
                
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                        </font><h5><font size="2">Index Terms:</font></h5><div class="gmail-sessionItem"><font size="2"><a class="gmail-searchlink" href="https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/start?words=7215">7215 Earthquake source observations</a> [SEISMOLOGY] <br><a class="gmail-searchlink" href="https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/start?words=7260">7260 Theory</a> [SEISMOLOGY] <br><a class="gmail-searchlink" href="https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/start?words=7270">7270 Tomography</a> [SEISMOLOGY] <br><a class="gmail-searchlink" href="https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/start?words=7290">7290 Computational seismology</a> [SEISMOLOGY]</font></div>
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