Information - SM5 Seismic Imaging with Coda andNoise
Seismic coda and ambient seismic noise are complicated wave fields, which are often treated as unwanted and disturbing signals in seismic recordings. The seismic coda is caused by multiple scattering at randomly distributed heterogeneities. Ambient seismic noise, on the other hand, is generated by randomly distributed seismic sources. Recent studies have revealed that using a statistical treatment one may extract important information from these random wave fields. Examples are the extraction of Green's functions, detections of temporal variations in the Earth, estimation of scattering and dissipation strengths, and others. This session invites contributions on new developments in the use of random wave fields. We welcome contributions on theoretical developments, laboratory experiments, and seismological field data interpretations.
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