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  • Exploration Seismics — SPICE Homepage
    wave propagation in reservoirs need to go far beyond elastic linear elastic modelling which is more or less a standard today To be able to monitor the temporal behaviour of reservoirs effects such as changes in porosity fluid flow changes

    Original URL path: http://www.spice-rtn.org/scope/exploration/index.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Digital Library — SPICE Homepage
    data in seismology huge synthetic data sets SPICE argues that at least some of these synthetic data are as valuable as observations and should be stored and archived like observations This point was well taken by the international seismological community when presented during the IRIS Incorporated research institutions in seismology Meeting in Arizona May 2004 invited lecture given by Prof Igel and led in a follow up during the Meeting of the European Seismological Commission in September 2004 to the installation of an international working group under the umbrella of FDSN www fdsn org the organization in charge of the world wide seismic network This work group on synthetic data formats is now developing an international standard for the storage and distribution of synthetic seismograms Several SPICE scientists are involved in or associated with this workgroup Prof Igel Prof Vilotte Dr Stupazzini Prof Giardini Once this format is agreed upon archiving can be initiated with options to link observations with simulation data as well as visualization of various different aspects of simulations e g earthquake scenarios A further important aspect of the SPICE archive will be the provision of computational algorithms for the geo scientific community This requires that certain

    Original URL path: http://www.spice-rtn.org/research/digitallibrary/index.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Numerical Methods — SPICE Homepage
    the field of numerical methods and the potential for novel approaches to solve problems in computational wave propagation A particular focus is the simulation of wave propagation problems on unstructured grids e g triangular tetrahedral that have advantages in connection with grid generation an issue that becomes more important as models get more complex Combinations of the good properties of various methods hybrid approaches will also be discussed as they

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  • Planetary Scale — SPICE Homepage
    simulations for globally observed large earthquakes almost on a routine basis We are undertaking a benchmarking exercise of global inversion algorithms using complete 3D synthetic seismograms derived from spectral element calculations The goal is to test how current imaging techniques are limited by approximations in theory and the inadequacy of data quality and coverage Our set of synthetic seismograms will be made available to the community worldwide One development within

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  • Local Scale — SPICE Homepage
    earthquake scenarios with the potential of providing complete wave fields that can be investigated regarding shaking hazard at the Earth s surface While this is an important line of research the discussion during the SPICE kick off meeting identified that there are still considerable uncertainties particularly as to the radiation of high frequency energy from large seismic sources This is an issue that had been overlooked in the past years

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  • Small Scale — SPICE Homepage
    identified a specific problem as a key inhibitor for progress in interpreting seismic observations in marine environment in most parts of the world the sea floor is characterized by a thin up to several meter thick layer of unconsolidated mushy material that seismically behaves in a way that is not at all understood Nevertheless whatever is measured at the surface reflections from the crustal layers is affected by it The subgroup held a meeting at Schlumberger Cambridge Research Cambridge UK in January 2005 The meeting was hosted by Johan Robertsson and Ed Kragh from Schlumberger and chaired by Dr Bean UCD The rationale for the meeting was to explore the current problems approaches and developments in the Mushy Sea floor area and to look to new solutions Projects were defined that will focus on mushy seafloor parameter estimation ETH OGS and Schlumberger processing of data examples and a physical modelling approach UoH OGS Volcanoes This task group is led by Prof Dahm UoH and Prof Aldo Zollo Naples Computational simulations will play an important role in understanding the complex seismic wave fields that are routinely observed at active volcanoes Clearly the overall goal here is to develop diagnostic tools to

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  • Partner Institutions — SPICE Homepage
    Globe Paris France Prof Jean Paul Montagner Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia Rome Italy Prof Andrea Morelli University of Oxford United Kingdom Prof John Woodhouse University of Utrecht Netherlands Prof Jeannot Trampert Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Switzerland Prof Domenico Giardini Ecole Normale Superieure Paris France Prof Raul Madariaga Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale Trieste Italy Prof Geza Seriani University of Naples Italy Prof Aldo

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  • Lead Scientists — SPICE Homepage
    Scientists Lead Scientists E Mail Prof Chris Bean Prof Torsten Dahm Prof Domenico Giardini Prof Heiner Igel Prof Raul Madariaga Prof Valerie Maupin Prof Peter Moczo Prof Jean Paul Montagner Prof Geza Seriani Prof Jeannot Trampert Prof Jean Pierre Vilotte

    Original URL path: http://www.spice-rtn.org/partners/leadscientists/groupoverview_view.html (2016-04-29)
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