Oral Programme SM1.1
SM1.1Open Session on Seismology (including Beno Gutenberg Medal Lecture)
|Convener: C. Krawczyk | Co-Convener: M. Cocco|
Thursday, 26 April 2012
Chairperson: CharLotte Krawczyk and Massimo Cocco
Earthquake swarm 2011 in West Bohemia - new insights to the old problems
T. Fischer, J. Horálek, F. Bouchaala, A. Boušková, H. Čermáková, and J. Michálek
Ground shaking scenarios for historical earthquakes in the southeastern Alps
l. tiberi, g. costa, and p. suhadolc
Why is the Kaapvaal different from other cratons?
M. Youssof, H. Thybo, A. Levander, and I. Artemieva
Automatic earthquake detection and P- and S- phase picking for local seismic networks (withdrawn)
Nasim Karamzadeh, Gholam D. Javan, and Peter H. Voss
A Bayesian transdimensional algorithm for earthquake location and 1D velocity model determination
P. Arroucau, J. Davies, T. Bodin, M. Sambridge, and G. Vlahovic
The Earthquake Frequency-Magnitude Distribution Functional Shape
Location, size and shape of ocean sources for Rayleigh and compressional (P) waves contained in microseisms.
M. Obrebski, F. Ardhuin, M. Schimmel, and E. Stutzmann
Low frequency noise generated by ocean waves: a consistent theory from surface gravity waves to seismic Rayleigh and waves.
F. Ardhuin, T. H. C. Herbers, L. Marié, J. Y. Royer, M. Obrebski, E. Stutzmann, and M. Schimmel
To what extent can seismology image the structures and the continuous deformation of the Earth? (Beno Gutenberg Medal Lecture)