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SM3.3 | Observations of Seismic Wavefield Gradients and Their Applications

SM3.3

EDI
Observations of Seismic Wavefield Gradients and Their Applications
Convener: Gizem IzgiECSECS | Co-conveners: Sabrina KeilECSECS, Johanna LehrECSECS, Felix Bernauer, Piotr BońkowskiECSECS

Recent advancements in seismic instrumentation have enabled the direct observation of the entire seismic wave field, encompassing the translational motion but also its spatial gradients rotation and strain. The simultaneous measurement of translation, strain, and rotation at the same location has opened up novel possibilities across various disciplines, including seismic exploration, volcanology, glaciology, ocean-bottom seismology, earthquake engineering, planetary exploration, geodesy, and gravitational wave detection.

We welcome contributions in the domains of applications, instrumentation, and theory related to the observation of seismic ground rotation, strain, and translation. These contributions may encompass a
wide range of topics, such as innovative technologies for seismometers (e.g., optical technologies), fiber-optic solutions like fiber-optic gyroscopes or distributed acoustic sensing, high-frequency GPS, and methods based on arrays. We strongly encourage submissions related to data analysis techniques, assessments of instrument performance, and experimental field studies.

Recent advancements in seismic instrumentation have enabled the direct observation of the entire seismic wave field, encompassing the translational motion but also its spatial gradients rotation and strain. The simultaneous measurement of translation, strain, and rotation at the same location has opened up novel possibilities across various disciplines, including seismic exploration, volcanology, glaciology, ocean-bottom seismology, earthquake engineering, planetary exploration, geodesy, and gravitational wave detection.

We welcome contributions in the domains of applications, instrumentation, and theory related to the observation of seismic ground rotation, strain, and translation. These contributions may encompass a
wide range of topics, such as innovative technologies for seismometers (e.g., optical technologies), fiber-optic solutions like fiber-optic gyroscopes or distributed acoustic sensing, high-frequency GPS, and methods based on arrays. We strongly encourage submissions related to data analysis techniques, assessments of instrument performance, and experimental field studies.