The 3rd international summer school on Earthquake Science

“Monitoring physical properties associated with tectonic processes”

September 4 (Friday)
13:00Registration (Rooms will be ready at 3 pm.)
18:00 & 20:00-Icebreaker (light dinner and drinks) @ Ginga
September 5 (Saturday)
7:00 - 8:30Breakfast @ Dining
8:45 - 9:00Introduction and logistics
Session 3: Monitoring seismicity
9:00 - 10:30Lecture
Felix Waldhauser (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory)
Resolving and monitoring changes in seismicity and seismogenic properties
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30Lecture
Heidi Houston (University of Washington)
Tidal influence on slow slip and tremor: A window into the physical environment deep in subduction zones
12:45 - 13:45Lunch @ Dining
14:00 - 15:00Presentations by students/postdocs
(1) Suguru Yabe: Understanding of tremor and slow slip through simulation study
(2) Ryo Okuwaki: What determines rupture extent? Insights from high-frequency radiation and co-seismic slip during the Mw 7.9 2015 Gorkha Nepal earthquake, and its aftershock activity.
(3) Wenyuan Fan: How much can we hope to resolve earthquake rupture process with back-projection?
15:00 - Poster core time
15:30 - 16:30Coffee
16:30 - 18:00Lecture
Kazushige Obara (ERI, University of Tokyo)
How to discover non-volcanic tremor -Effective monitoring-
18:30 - 20:00Dinner @ Dining
20:00 -Free discussion
September 6 (Sunday)
7:00 - 8:30Breakfast @ Dining
9:00 - 10:30Lecture
Emily Brodsky (University of California Santa Cruz)
The Uses of Dynamic Earthquake Triggering
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
Session 1: Monitoring seismic velocity structure with seismic interferometry
11:00 - 12:30Lecture
Eric Larose (Institut des Sciences de la Terre, CNRS and Universit´e de Grenoble)
Ambiant seismic noise: from imaging to monitoring mechanical changes
12:30 - 13:30Lunch @ Dining
14:00 - 15:00Presentations by students/postdocs
(1) Brent Delbridge: Geodetic Signature of Slow-Slip and Tremor in Parkfield, CA
(2) Camilla Catania: A slow rupture episode during the 2000 Miyakejima dike intrusion
(3) Loïc Viens: Toward Complete Extraction of Basin-scale Green's functions from the Ambient Seismic Field
15:00 - Poster core time
15:30 - 16:30Coffee
16:30 - 18:00Lecture
Victor Tsai (California Institute of Technology)
Pushing the Limits of Ambient Seismic Noise
18:30 - 20:00Dinner @ Dining
20:00 -Free discussion
September 7 (Monday)
7:00 - 8:30Breakfast @ Dining
Session 2: Monitoring crustal deformation
9:00 - 10:30Lecture
Kosuke Heki (Hokkaido University)
Space geodetic approaches in earthquake science: time-variable gravity, crustal movements, and polar motion
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30Lecture
Rowena Lohman (Cornell University)
Geodetic imaging of earthquake sources - from high rate GPS to InSAR and beyond
12:30 - 13:30Lunch @ Dining
15:30 - 16:30Coffee
Session 3: Monitoring seismicity
16:30 - 18:00Lecture
Hiroyuki Kumagai (Nagoya University)
Broadband seismic monitoring of active volcanoes
18:30 - 20:00Banquet @ Ginga
20:00 -Free discussion
September 8 (Tuesday)
7:00 - 8:00Breakfast @ Dining
 Check out & adjourn
8:30(Optional) Field trip to Mt. Fuji (*)

(*) Field trip:

An optional field trip on 8 September will leave the hotel at around 8:30am and make stops at a few locations including a seismic site operated by ERI to monitor Mt. Fuji and geological sites which allow you to observe the structure of lava flows associated with the 864 eruption. We will break up at about 15:00 at Fuji-Q Highland bus terminal & Fujisan station.

Yellow pins in the map show candidate stops of the field trip. White pins indicate Laforet Yamanakako, Fuji-Q Highland bus terminal & Fujisan station. (click the map to enlarge in other window)

Posters (20150831)
Hans Agurto-Detzel
Intraplate seismicity in mid-plate South America: correlations with geological and geophysical lithospheric properties
Takeshi Akuhara
Hydrous state of the subducting Philippine Sea plate inferred from receiver function image using onshore and offshore data
Rafael Almeida
A snapshot of a dynamic system: what can we learn about active faults using active-source seismic data? An example from Central Nepal
María Araya
Application of the double difference earthquake location algorithm with HypoDD to the seismic sequences of Tobosi 2011-2012, San Isidro and Llano Grande (A&B), 2015 at Central Costa Rica
Magali Barba
Postseismic Deformation Of Mojave Earthquakes using InSAR Time-Series Analysis
Anselme Borgeaud
SHdiff-SVdiff splitting for transversely isotropic and anelastic media
Masyitha Budiati
How could regional depth phases estimate focal depths along Palu Koro Fault and subduction zone in Northern Sulawesi Island, Indonesia?
Birsen Can
Analysis and Classification of Physical Characteristics of Earthquake Clusters in Eastern Marmara Using PIRES Array Data
Camilla Cattania
A slow rupture episode during the 2000 Miyakejima dike intrusion
Yifang Cheng
Effect of geothermal operations on seismicity characteristics in the Salton Sea geothermal field
Brent Delbridge
Geodetic Measurements of Slow Slip and Tremor in Parkfield, CA
Islam Fadel
Surface wave analysis of Botswana using ambient noise and two-station methods
Pegah Faegh-Lashgary
Rupture during the Mw 7.1 Darfield earthquake possibly induced by postseismic stress changes following the Mw 7.8 Dusky Sound earthquake 14 months earlier
Wenyuan Fan
How much can we hope to resolve in earthquake rupture processes with back-projection?
Anna Foster
Focal mechanisms for the 2015 Gorkha earthquake aftershock sequence
Dara Goldberg
The Role of Real-Time GNSS in Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning
Francesco Grigoli
Full-waveform location methods in microseismic monitoring operations
Mari Hamahashi
The impact of mass movement and fluid flow during ridge subduction inferred from physical properties and zeolite assemblage in the upper plate slope of the Costa Rica subduction zone
Jiangang Han
Deep long-period earthquakes (DLPs) beneath Mount St. Helens
Alexandra Hutchison
Very low frequency earthquakes in Cascadia during episodic and tremor and slip events in 2011, 2013, and 2014
Misae Imano
Accuracy assessment in GPS/Acoustic positioning using a moored buoy moving around far from the optimal position
Asaf Inbal
Depth-dependant earthquake properties beneath Long-Beach, CA: Implications for the rheology at the brittle-ductile transition zone
Yang Jiang
3-D virtual deep seismic sounding of thickened Tibetan crust
Chihiro Kinoshita
Change of Rock Permeability Induced by the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake
Ryo Kurihara
Inland triggered tremor: Automated detection method and observation in Southern Gumma prefecture, Central part of Japan
Hobin Lim
Seismicity and structure of Nazca Plate subduction zone in southern Peru
Pei-Ying Patty Lin
Constraining deformation and flow in the oceanic mantle: the local view from the NoMelt experiment in the central Pacific
Julie Maury
Very Low Frequency earthquakes associated with tectonic tremors in Guerrero, Mexico
Angela Meneses
Persistent aseismic deformation in Central Japan revealed by GPS observation before and after the Tohoku-Oki Earthquake
Norimitsu Nakata
Monitoring of Seismic Velocities with Ambient Seismic Wavefields ~Target-oriented and Long-term monitoring~
Yukihiro Nakatani
Detection of interplate earthquakes in the source area of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake using extensive seafloor aftershock observation data
Jieming Niu
Preliminary Study of Distinctive Long Period Event at Aso Volcano and its relation to volcano eruption
Sutthipong Noisagool
Regional Moment tensor inversion of the May 5, 2014 Chiang Rai earthquake (Mw = 6.5), the largest earthquake in Thailand recent history, and its aftershocks
Akane Ohira
Seismic structure of the oceanic lithosphere in the Pacific Ocean basin
Ryo Okuwaki
High-frequency rupture related to the complex fault system and variable slip motions, insights from hybrid backprojection image of the Mw 7.9 2008 Wenchuan, China, earthquake
Luigi Passarelli
Stress changes, focal mechanisms and earthquake scaling laws for the 2000 dike at Miyakejima (Japan)
Natalia Poiata
Imaging seismic sources through multi-scale analysis of the wavefield recorded at dense seismic networks
Andi Pramatadie
Estimation of shallow S-wave velocity structure by using microtremor measurement in Bandung basin, Indonesia
Takahide Sakai
A simple method to improve automatic CMT solutions based on a feature of long-period seismic wavefields
Xin Song
An Effective Medium Theory for Three-Dimensional Elastic Heterogeneities: Application to the Upper Crust
Yen-Joe Tan
A New Perspective on the 9°50′N East Pacific Rise 2006 Eruption
Chris Van Houtte
Incorporating geophysical wave-propagation effects into ground-motion prediction models for seismic hazard analysis
Loïc Viens
Toward complete extraction of basin-scale Green's functions from the ambient seismic field
Carlos Villafuerte
Tectonic Tremor Modulation by Intraslab Fluid Diffusion During Silent Earthquakes in Guerrero, Mexico
Nicholas Voss
Multiple modes of subduction zone slip during the earthquake cycle: Nicoya, Costa Rica
Huihui Weng
Barrier-induced supershear ruptures on a slip-weakening fault
Xiaohua Xu
Exploring the Model Uncertainty: Spectral Expansion Method for the 2015 Mw 7.8 Gorkha Earthquake
Suguru Yabe
Frictional characteristics change due to spatial distribution of velocity-weakening patches

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