[CRYOLIST] IUGG - JS07 - INTEGRATED GEOPHYSICAL PROGRAMS FOR EARTH SYSTEMS MONITORING (IASPEI, IAG)

James, Thomas (NRCan/RNCan) thomas.james at canada.ca
Thu Jan 31 16:05:35 PST 2019


Dear Colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to a joint IASPEI and IAG symposium JS07 entitled INTEGRATED GEOPHYSICAL PROGRAMS FOR EARTH SYSTEMS MONITORING, which will take place at the IUGG 2019 meeting in Montreal (July 8-18). The session description is listed below.

The call for abstracts and the list of the symposia has been posted at http://iugg2019montreal.com/ "PROGRAM". The deadline for abstract submission is February 18, 2019. The portal for abstract submission is:

http://iugg2019montreal.com/abstract-submission.html

I encourage you to submit a presentation for this international symposium.

Kind regards,

Thomas James
David Eaton
Stéphane Rondenay
Jeff Freymueller
Alison Kirkby
Tilo Schöne





JS07 - INTEGRATED GEOPHYSICAL PROGRAMS FOR EARTH SYSTEMS MONITORING (IASPEI, IAG)



Convener: Thomas James (Canada, IAG)

Co-Conveners: David Eaton (Canada, IASPEI), Stéphane Rondenay (Norway, IASPEI), Jeff Freymueller (USA, IAG), Alison Kirkby (Australia, IAG), Tilo Schöne (Germany, IAG)



Description

Large-scale integrated geophysical programs that combine seismology, GNSS, InSAR and other methods are providing valuable new insights about Earth Systems processes through synoptic imaging and monitoring capabilities. Ongoing or recent programs including EarthScope, SINOPROBE, AlpArray and IPOC have made many significant contributions to Earth System monitoring, with applications ranging from tectonic processes, hazards, resources and global change. EarthScope's USArray program, for example, has changed how the general public can envision earthquakes along with refining the capacity for tomographic imaging deep into the mantle, whereas Australian federal programs such as AusLAMP have provided critical pre-competitive framework for resources exploration. Various types of instrumentation have contributed to outcomes that were not foreseen at the outset; for example, GPS reflected rays are now being used for monitoring vegetation growth, soil moisture, snow and sea ice accumulation.  Canada's LITHOPROBE program was among the first to integrate high-resolution geophysical methods with a variety of other approaches to address geoscientific problems at the plate scale. Canada is now working towards initiating the CCArray  and EON-ROSE programs, which will expand on the exceptional outcomes from the EarthScope program. This symposium welcomes submissions that focus on new scientific insights and serendipitous applications arising from integrated geophysical array programs.



Thomas James
Research Scientist,  Lands and Minerals Sector
Natural Resources Canada / Government of Canada
Thomas.James at Canada.ca<mailto:Thomas.James at Canada.ca> / Tel: 250-363-6403

Chercheur, Secteur des terres et des minéraux
Ressources naturelles Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
Thomas.James at Canada.gc.ca<mailto:Thomas.James at Canada.gc.ca> / Tél. : 250-363-6403


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