The abstract submission deadline for the EGU GA 23 is approaching fast – 10th January, 2023!!!
Before wrapping up 2022, please consider submitting your work to this exciting session that is being co-organised by SM and GMPV divisions. Check out below what the conveners had to say about their session:
Seismic sources, signals and imaging on volcanoes: observations, laboratory experiments and modelling
Co-organised by GMPV9
The conveners want to draw your attention to a volcano-seismological session, co-organised between Seismology and GMPV Programme groups. We invite all the volcano, earthquake and geothermal seismologists, geodesists, modellers (numerical and laboratory) to contribute to the session and have an open and productive discussion. We particularly encourage the contributions on recent developments in instrumentation and methodology (both physics-based and machine-learning applications).
Volcanic seismicity is fundamental for monitoring and investigating volcanic systems, their structure and their underlying processes. Volcanoes are very complex objects, where both the pronounced heterogeneity and topography can strongly modify the recorded signals for a wide variety of source types.
The session will be in PICO* format to get a good overview of all the contributions and have more time for interaction.
We hope to see you at EGU!
Conveners: Ivan Lokmer, Chris Bean, Kristín Jónsdóttir, Arthur Jolly
*PICO (Presenting Interactive COntent®) is short, precise, and scientific. PICO combines the advantages of both oral and poster presentations in an innovative type of presentation which provides the opportunity to interact with the audience. Every PICO author first presents his/her work orally. Afterwards, all session attendees have enough time to watch the presentation again, to hold discussions with the author and with their colleagues, and to network.