[rotation] EGU2020 Session: SM5.2 "Sensing ground translation, rotation, strain and gravity - instrumentation, theory and applications"
david.sollberger at erdw.ethz.ch
Wed Jan 8 09:11:23 CET 2020
This is a short reminder of our EGU Session SM5.2: "Sensing ground translation, rotation, strain and gravity - instrumentation, theory and applications". Please consider submitting an abstract to this session. Submission closes on Wednesday next week, January 15th, at 1 pm CET.
You can find the session description below.
"Sensing ground translation, rotation, strain and gravity - instrumentation, theory and applications"
Conveners: David Sollberger, Felix Bernauer, André Gebauer, Christian Schubert, Sneha Singh
Recent advances in deformation sensing have led to new applications in various geophysical disciplines such as earthquake physics, broadband seismology, seismic exploration, strong ground motion, earthquake engineering and geodesy.
Translation, rotation and strain sensing enable the complete observation of seismic ground motion and deformation. Applications are manifold, ranging from the reduction of nonuniqueness in seismic inverse problems to the characterization, separation and reconstruction of the seismic wavefield.
These developments overlap with considerable improvements in optical and atom interferometry for inertial rotation and gravity sensing which has led to a variety of improved sensor concepts over the last two decades.
We invite all contributions on theoretical advances in seismic wavefield gradient analysis, on novel measurement techniques, and on all aspects of applications in seismology, geodesy, and fundamental physics.
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