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Authors: Hadziioannou, Celine* 
Morelli, Andrea* 
Bean, Chris* 
Title: Time Dependent Seismology
Issue Date: 2017
Series/Report no.: 1 / vol (2017)
DOI: 10.21820/23987073.2017.1.74
Abstract: Seismology is learning to use the full-length records of seismic events and background ambient noise to go beyond still-life snapshots of the interior of the Earth, and look into time-dependent changes of its properties. Data availability has grown dramatically with the expansion of seismographic networks and data centers, and new efforts now target unconventional records of earth vibrations using original modelling techniques. COST Action TIDES (TIme DEpendent Seismology) aims at structuring the EU seismological community to enable development of data-intensive, time-dependent techniques for monitoring Earth active processes (e.g., earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, glacial earthquakes) as well as oil/gas reservoirs. TIDES will network European laboratories in Academia and Industry with complementary skills and will organise a series of workshops and advanced schools to train the next generation of scientists. TIDES will facilitate the exploitation of massive data sets collected by European observational infrastructures - coordinated through the ESFRI EPOS - through the use of high-performance computing facilities. TIDES will strengthen Europe's role in a critical field for natural hazards and natural resource management.
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