The processes of the Earth deformation can be revealed by means of diverse methods of investigations. The seasonal distribution of surface loading, the earthquake cycle, volcanic processes (eruptions, dike intrusions, induced seismic activity), near surface motions (landslides, induced and natural superficial subsidence/collapse).
Recently, major earthquakes in Sumatra (2004, Mw 9.2), Maule (2010, Mw 8.8), Haiti (2010, Mw 7.1) and Tohoku (2011, Mw 9.0) have exposed the impact of such events and the need for better understanding of Earth deformation processes. These events illustrate the geodynamic complexities that include subduction zones and giant earthquakes, continental faults and depth versus surface deformation, the seismic cycle and seismotectonics of active zones, magmatism processes and crustal deformation. The observation techniques, methods and data analysis need the Earth observation systems and reference frames that include remote sensing and surface and satellite gravity observations
This session is conducted in the frame of the WEGENER consortium*) and we seek submissions that emphasize multidisciplinary studies of Earth deformation using geodetic techniques (GPS, InSAR, LiDAR, space/air/terrestrial gravity, ground-based geodetic observations), complementary tectonic and geophysical observations, and modeling approaches focusing on the European-Mediterranean and Northern African regions. We also welcome contributions discussing the realization and outcomes of Supersites in the frame of the GEO initiative, as well as fundamental studies of natural and induced physical phenomena, strategies to develop early warning and rapid response systems.
*) The World Earthquake GEodesy Network for Environmental Hazard Research (Sub-commission 3.5 of IAG commission 3, namely Tectonics and Earthquake Geodesy)

Co-organized as GD2.8/SM4.11
Convener: Haluk Ozener | Co-conveners: Matthias Becker, Sara Bruni, Susanna Zerbini
| Wed, 10 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Room -2.32
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X3

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X3

X3.28 |
Crustal movement and strain distribution in East Asia revealed by GPS observations
Ming Hao, Yuhang Li, Qingliang Wang, Duxin Cui, and Wenquan Zhuang
X3.29 |
Susanna Zerbini, Sara Bruni, Hartmut Wziontek, Matteo Berti, and Maddalena Errico
X3.30 |
Giorgi Khazaradze, Sara Pena-Castellnou, Alvaro Santamaría-Gómez, and Philippe Vernant
X3.32 |
Nicolai Nijholt, Rob Govers, and Rinus Wortel
X3.33 |
Kaan Alper Ucan, Fatih Bulut, Asli Dogru, and Haluk Ozener
X3.34 |
Tülay Kaya Eken, Fatih Bulut, Aslı Doğru, and Haluk Özener
X3.35 |
Bengisu Gelin, Fatih Bulut, Asli Dogru, and Haluk Ozener
X3.36 |
Rafig Safarov and Elnare Ahmedova
X3.37 |
Crustal Deformation and Seismicity Modulated by Groundwater Recharge of Karst Aquifers
Nicola D'Agostino, Francesca Silverii, Ortensia Amoroso, Vincenzo Convertito, Francesco Fiorillo, Gerardo Ventafridda, and Aldo Zollo
X3.39 |
Marguerite Mathey, Andrea Walpersdorf, Stéphane Baize, Marie-Pierre Doin, and Christian Sue
X3.40 |
Seismotomographic studies in Azerbaijan
Gurban J. Yetirmishli and Sabina Kazimova
X3.42 |
Fakhraddin Gadirov (Kadirov), Luciano Telesca, Gurban Yetirmishli, Rafig Safarov, and Sabina Kazimova
X3.43 |
Maryna Batur, Asli Dogru, Fatih Bulut, Asli Sabuncu, and Haluk Ozener
X3.44 |
Asli Sabuncu, Asli Dogru, Fatih Bulut, and Haluk Ozener
X3.45 |
| Highlight
Asli Dogru, Fatih Bulut, Yavuz Gunes, Alev Berberoglu, and Haluk Ozener