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  2. 2006challengesandopportunitiesattheinterfacesofscientificcomputingandcomputationalgeodyn x
  3. 2019securinglegacyseismicdatatoenablefuturediscoveries x
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  1. Use Cases for Legacy Seismic Data

    25 Mar 2021 | Contributor(s): Tim Ahern

    Use Cases for Legacy Seismic Data. September 18-19, 2019. Tim Ahern.

  2. Using multi-cycle earthquake simulations to understand crustal dynamics

    24 Jan 2021 | Contributor(s): Brad Aagaard

    Using multi-cycle earthquake simulations to understand crustal dynamics. October 16-18, 2006. Brad Aagaard. 

  3. Using PETSc Solvers in PyLith

    02 Apr 2021 | Contributor(s): Matthew Knepley, Brad Aagaard, Charles Williams

    Using PETSc Solvers in PyLith. June 18-22, 2012. Matthew Knepley, Brad Aagaard, Charles Williams. 

  4. Wave propagation in highly complex models

    24 Jan 2021 | Contributor(s): Heiner Igel, Marco Stupazzini, Christoph Moder, Martin Kaser, Josep de la Puente

    Wave propagation in highly complex models: grid generation–local time stepping-parallelization. October 16-18, 2006. Heiner Igel, Martin Käser, Josepde la Puente, Marco Stupazzini, Christoph Moder. 

  5. Waveforms and Beyond: Analysis of Seismogram, Phase and Intensity Data for M 6-7 Pre-digital Era Earthquakes

    24 Mar 2021 | Contributor(s): Diane Doser

    Waveforms and Beyond: Analysis of Seismogram, Phase and Intensity Data for M 6-7 Pre-digital Era Earthquakes. September 18-19, 2019. Diane Doser. 

  6. Work done, and work still needed, to preserve and make usable the analog seismograms of nuclear test explosions conducted in all environments

    24 Mar 2021 | Contributor(s): Paul Richards

    Work done, and work still needed, to preserve and make usable the analog seismograms of nuclear test explosions conducted in all environments. September 18-19, 2019. Paul Richards.