[rotation] Fwd: Call for abstracts EGU 2018: Ground translation, strain and rotation: theory and applications

Heiner Igel igel at geophysik.uni-muenchen.de
Thu Jan 4 20:13:31 CET 2018




Dear Colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to our session *"SM1.02: Ground
translation, strain and rotation: theory and applications"* at the 2018
EGU General Assembly in Vienna, Austria.

The EGU takes place from 8–13 April 2018 and abstracts can be submitted
until *10 January 2018, 13:00 CET* through the following link:

https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2018/abstractsubmission/28289


Please inform your colleagues and students about this opportunity to
present their work. We look forward to your contributions and apologize
for possible double posting.

Best regards,

Stephanie Durand

Rafael Abreu

Stefanie Donner

Céline Hadziioannou

David Sollberger


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SM1.02
Ground translation, strain and rotation: theory and applications

Conveners: Stephanie Durand, Rafael Abreu, Stefanie Donner, Céline
Hadziioannou, David Sollberger

*Session Description:*
The recent development of rotational seismology, thanks to the
development of new rotational sensors, combined with classical seismic
and strain sensors, provide new ground motion observations that have led
to several new seismic applications in many geophysical disciplines such
as earthquake physics, broad band seismology, strong ground motion and
earthquake engineering.

 

We invite all contributions on seismic applications (such as in seismic
imaging, source inversion, earthquake physics…) and theoretical advances
related to this gradient information (ground translation, strain and
rotation) of the seismic wavefield and deformation.

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Stephanie Durand
Research Assistant, Institut fuer Geophysik
http://earth.uni-muenster.de/~durand
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WWU Muenster
Institut fuer Geophysik
Buero 322
Corrensstr. 24
48149 Muenster
Deutschland
+49 251-8334726

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