ESC 2024 Call for Abstracts Session 40: Seismo-acoustic characterization of natural hazards and environmental processes

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to bring to your attention the 39th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (ESC 2024), scheduled to take place from 22-27 September on Corfu Island, Greece.

We encourage you to consider submitting an abstract to Session 40: “Seismo-acoustic characterization of natural hazards and environmental processes”

The deadline for abstract submission is 12 April 2024. For detailed information regarding the submission procedure, please visit

Kind regards,
Julien Barrière, Thomas Lecocq, Adrien Oth, Raphael de Plaen

Session abstract:
Seismological data and methods have proven their efficiency in the characterization of various natural hazards and surficial environmental processes. Over the past decade, the combined use of seismological and acoustic (infrasound) methods, if applicable, has gained increasing attention in the scientific community, with a variety of study cases showing its vast potential. This session aims at fostering the discussion on recent advancements in seismo-acoustic research with focus on natural hazards and environmental processes from local to regional/global scale. We seek contributions showcasing the breath of seismological and/or acoustic applications in their monitoring and study, with a particular emphasis on the cutting-edge developments in seismo-acoustic deployments, data processing and analysis (e.g., machine learning, ambient noise, DAS, etc.). Possible study cases include but are not limited to volcanic or glacial processes; surficial mass movements such as landslides, debris flows or rockfalls; or sediments transport in rivers. We also encourage submissions involving numerical modeling of seismic and acoustic signals in such settings for better understanding the role of sources and path/topography effects.

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