19 Sep 2017
Real-time GPS is a disruptive technology whose ongoing proliferation has transformed all aspects of precise timing and navigation. Upwards of a thousand real-time stations operate throughout the Cascadia and San...
15 Sep 2017
In this talk I will introduce several seismic experiments in Sumatra since 2008 for different purposes. We first used the regional seismic arrivals provided by the International Seismological Center complemented...
08 Sep 2017
While single point source is an oversimplified representation of medium to large earthquakes, finite fault models in many cases over parameterize the inversion due to the lack of sufficient near...
07 Sep 2017
Cooling and warming has occurred many times during the Earth’s history. At times, the Earth has entirely frozen to form a 'snowball’, while at others, it has become extremely hot,...
25 Aug 2017
Dr Ken Tsutsui from NTT DATA, Japan, will be presenting on the AW3D high-resolution digital map. For more information about the AW3D, please visit http://www.aw3d.jp/en/
25 Aug 2017
Among various types of 3D heterogeneity in the Earth, trench region might have the most complexities, including rapidly varying bathymetry and usually thick sediments along with water layer. The complex...
18 Aug 2017
Two critical questions involving the geodynamic evolution of the Tibetan plateau are (i) how and when India collided with Asia and (ii) when did a compression-dominated tectonic regime change to...
15 Aug 2017
Many natural hazards have been well known and qualitatively understood for decades, but still lack accurate measures of how damaging future events will be. For example, despite many years of...
09 Aug 2017
Several decades of space geodetic monitoring has brought a wealth of data documenting the cycle of strain accumulation and release around plate boundaries. The short-term tectonic deformation is well understood...
01 Aug 2017
The statistical foundation of disaster risk analysis is past experience. From a scientific perspective, history is just one realisation of what might have happened, given the randomness and chaotic dynamics...