2017 Fall AGU Presentations 

A mostly self-reporting list of presentations by CIG scientists at the 2017 Fall AGU meeting

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Monday, December 11

DI11A-0269. Plate like convection with viscous strain weakening and corresponding surface deformation pattern, Lukas Fuchs.

DI11A-0273. 3-D numerical modelling of oblique continental collisions with ASPECT, Lev Karatun.

DI13A-0284. Unraveling the origin of the Bermuda rise using receiver functions: insights from mantle discontinuity structure, Alexander Burky.

DI14A-06A reservoir model study of the flux of carbon from the atmosphere, to the continental crust, to the mantle, Louise H. Kellogg, Harsha V. Lokavarapu, Donald L. Turcotte and Sujoy Mukhopadhyay.

ED13F-08Where inside the world is the stuff that makes the wood things we write with and the small pretty rocks that women wear on their fingers? And where does that stuff go over time?Louise H. Kellogg.

ED13F-16. How to make hot, up-going rock inside big round space bodies stay in one place for a long time, Scott D. King.

S11B-0582. Earthquake cycle modeling of multi-segmented faults: dynamic rupture and ground motion simulation of the 1992 Mw 7.3 Landers earthquake, Percy Galvez.

S12B-01. Coupled hydrodynamic and wave propagation modeling for the source physics experiment: study of Rg wave sources for SPE and DAG series, Carene S Larmat.

S12B-08. Simulation of local seismic ground motions from the FLASK underground nuclear explosion near the source physics experiment dry alluvium geology site, Arthur J Rodgers.

S13A-0634. High-resolution seismic modeling of deep Earth interior based on hybrid methods: preliminary results, Chuangxin Lin.

S31A-0783. Mechanical strain measurement from coda wave interferometry, Jérôme Azzola. 

T14A-02. Structure and evolution of the Central Appalachians from the mantle to the surface: results from the MAGIC Project (invited), Maureen D. Long, Margaret H. Benoit, Robert L. Evans, Scott D. King, Eric Kirby, John C. Aragon, Scott R. Miller, Shangxin Liu and James Elsenbeck.

U13B-04. Full waveform adjoint seismic tomography of the Antarctic Plate, Andrew Jason Lloyd.

Tuesday, December 12

DI21A-0392. The devil in the dark: a fully self-consistent seismic model for Venus, Cayman T Unterborn.

DI23B-02. Rheology gradients at the base of the lithosphere and the stabilization of deep mantle plumes in stagnant-lid planets, Scott D. King.

NG21A-0144. Design Aspects of the Rayleigh Convection Code, Nicholas A. Featherstone.

S21C-0760. Seismic wave propagation from underground chemical explosions: sensitivity to velocity and thickness of a weathered layer, Evan Tyler Hirakawa.

S23A-0776. Transdismensional approach applied to the measurement of higher mode surface wave dispersion, Haotian Xu.

T21A-0554. Time-dependent inversions of slow slip at the Hikurangi subduction zone, New Zealand, using numerical Green’s functions, Charles A Williams.

T21A-0555. Building a catalog of time-dependent inversions for Cascadia ETS events, Noel M Bartlow. 

U23B-05: AxiSEM3D: broadband seismic wavefields in 3-D aspherical Earth models, Kuangdai Leng.

Wednesday, December 13

DI31A-0391. Interpreting the GyPSuM tomography model in terms of thermal heterogeneity and major oxide composition, Paul M Bremner.

DI33A-0398. A study of the required Rayleigh number to sustain dynamo with various inner core radius, Yuki Nishida, Yuto Katoh, Hiroaki Matsui and Atsushi Kumamoto.

DI33A-0399Comparison of large eddy dynamo simulation using dynamic sub-grid scale (SGS) model with a fully resolved direct simulation in a rotating spherical shell, Hiroaki Matsui and Bruce A. Buffett.
DI33B-0408. A two-pronged approach to detecting ICB Stoneley modes, Hope Abigail Jasperson.
DI33B-0411Scaling up planetary dynamo modeling to massively parallel computing systems: the Rayleigh code at ALCF, Jonathan M. Aurnou, Nicholas A. Featherstone, Rakesh Kumar Yadav, Moritz H. Heimpel, Krista M. Soderlund, Hiroaki Matsui, Sabine Stanley, Benjamin P. Brown, Gary Glatzmaier, Peter Olson, Bruce A. Buffet, Lorraine J. Hwang and Louise H. Kellogg.
IN32B-04Immersive visual data analysis for geoscience using commodity VR hardwareOliver Kreylos and Louise H. Kellogg.

S31B-0816. Site amplification in the Central U.S.: towards and understanding of factors influencing the site effect, Rayan Yassminh.

S32C-03. Comparison of approaches to the prediction of surface wave phase velocity, Karen E Godfrey.

Thursday, December 14

DI41B-03. Deep subduction in a compressible mantle: observations and theory, Scott D. King. 

DI43A-0335. Modeling submarine lava flow with ASPECT, Erika Regan Storvick.

DI43A-0337. Numerical aspects of compressible mantle convection, Timo Heister, Wolfgang Bangerth, Julianne Dannberg and Rene Gassmoeller.

DI43A-0339New numerical approaches for modeling thermochemical convection in a compositionally stratified fluid, Elbridge Gerry Puckett, Donald L. Turcotte, Ying He, Harsha V. Lokavarapu, Jonathan Robey and Louise H. Kellogg.
DI43A-0341. Poroelastic modeling as a proof of concept for modular representation of coupled geophysical processes, Robert Lewis Walker.

DI43B-0364. Insight on the anisotropic nature of the D'' layer through the analysis of SKS−SKKS splitting obtained via 3D spectral element modeling, Andrea Tesoniero.

DI43C-02. Structure in the lowermost mantle from seismic anisotropy, Jack Walpole.

DI44A-06. The importance of grain size to mantle dynamics and seismological observations, Rene Gassmoeller, Julianne Dannberg, Zach Elton, Ulrich Faul, Pritwiraj Moulik and Robert Myhill.

G43A-0911. InSAR analysis of post-seismic deformation following the 2013 Mw 7.7 Balochistan, Pakistan Earthquake, Katherine Peterson. 

G43A-0915. Investigating the importance of 3D structure & topography in seismic deformation modeling: case study of the april 2015 Nepal Earthquake, Leah Langer.

IN42B-04. Improving seismic data accessibility and performance using HDF containers, Jingbo Wang.

IN43A-0068. GeoTrust Hub: a platform for sharing and reproducing geoscience applications, Tanu Malik.

IN43F-04. The computational infrastructure for geodynamics: an example of software curation and citation in the geodynamics community, Lorraine J. Hwang and Louise H. Kellogg.
MR43B-046. Strain localization and weakening processes in viscously deforming rocks: numerical modeling based on laboratory Torsion experiments, Maximillian Doehmann, Sascha Brune, Livia Nardini, Erik Rybacki and Georg Dresen.

P43B-2880. Effects of variable surface temperatures on the dynamics of convection within Enceladus' ice shell, Matt B Weller.

S31A-0783. Mechanical strain measurement from coda wave interferometry, Jérôme Azzola.

S41B-0748. Hazard-to-Risk: high-performance computing simulations of large earthquake ground motions and building damage in the near-fault region, Mamun Miah.

S41D-07. Fully automatic time-window selection using machine learning for global adjoint tomography, Yangkang Chen.

S41E-07. Multi-mode 3D Kirchhoff migration of receiver functions at continental scale with applications to USArray, Florian Millet.

S41F-01. A penalty-based nodal discontinuous Galerkin method for spontaneous rupture dynamics, Ruichao Ye.

S43G-02. Wavefield complexity and stealth structures: resolution constraints by wave physics, Tarje Nissen-Meyer.

T44D-03Immersive visualization of the solid EarthOliver Kreylos and Louise H. Kellogg.

Friday, December 15

DI51B-0312. Tomographic and geodynamic constraints on convection-induced mixing in Earth’s deep mantle, David Phillip Hafter.

DI51B-0318. Integrating thermodynamic models in geodynamic simulations: the example of the community software ASPECT, Juliane Dannberg.

DI52A-03. Seismic anisotropy in mantle transition zone: constraints from observations and synthetic modeling of SS precursors, Quancheng Huang.

DI52A-08. Present mantle flow in North China craton constrained by seismic anisotropy and numerical modelling, Wulin Qu. 

EP53C-1761. Seismic analysis of the 2017 Oroville Dam spillway erosion crisis, Phillip Goodling.

G53A-0764. Constraining slip distributions and onset of shallow slow slip in New Zealand by joint inversions of onshore and offshore geodetic data, Ryan Michael Yohler.

IN42B-04. Improving seismic data accessibility and performance using HDF containers, Jingbo Wang.

NH51B-0120. Signals in the ionosphere generated by tsunami earthquakes: observations and modeling suppor, Lucie Rolland.

S51D-0618. Preliminary results of the full-waveform tomography of South America and surrounding oceans using spectral elements and adjoint methods, Caio Ciardelli.

T51A-0445. Effects of pre-existing structures on the seismicity of the Charlevoix Seismic Zone, Oluwaseun Idowu Fadugba.

T51B-0468CO2 degassing estimates from rift length analysis since Pangea fragmentation: a key component of the deep carbon cycle?, Sascha Brune, Simon Williams and Dietmar Muller.
T51C-0480. 3D numerical simulation of multiphase continental rifting, John Naliboff, Anne Glerum and Sascha Brune.
T51C-0481. Plate speed-up and deceleration during continental rifting: insights from global 2D mantle convection models, Martina Ulrova, Sascha Brune and Simon Williams.
T51D-0502. 3D numerical rift modeling with application to the East African rift system, Anne Glerum, Sascha Brune and John Naliboff.
T52A-033D Instantaneous dynamics modeling of present-day Aegean Subduction, Cedric Thieulot, Anne Glerum, Wim Spakman, Douwe JJ Van Hinsbergen and Casper C. Pranger.
T52A-08. 3D Numerical Examination of Continental Mantle Lithosphere Response to Lower Crust Eclogitization and Nearby Slab Subduction, Payman Janbakhsh, Russell Pysklywec. 

T54A-05. Stress concentration on intraplate seismicity: numerical modeling of slab-released fluids in the New Madrid Seismic Zone, Arushi Saxena.


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