Speaker: Prof. Brian Kennett
Lithosphere-Asthenosphere P-Wave Reflectivity Across Australia
Speaker: Prof. Greg Houseman
Prof. Greg Houseman (Leeds University, UK): Tectonic implications of seismic wave-speed variations in the upper mantle beneath the Pannonian Carpathian region of Europe
Speaker: Prof. Gordon Lister
Seismotectonic analysis of the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011 leads to a new hypothesis for its geodynamics.
I will present direct-seismogram inversion for receiver-side structure which treats the source signal incident from below (the effective source-time function—STF) as a vector of
As in several other disciplines, progress in exploration seismology relies on the collection and processing of massive data volumes that grow exponentially in size as the survey