The Annual General Meeting of the European Geoscience Union (EGU) is a not-to-be-missed event for many members of the French Solid Earth community. Oral presentations, poster sessions, meetings and networking are all part of this intense week, which runs until April 19.

Members of the Géosciences Rennes laboratory, for example, will be giving 20 oral presentations (for exemple “Modeling seasonal sediment dynamics and landscape evolution in a marly badland catchment, Draix-Bléone Critical Zone Observatory, SE France” by Caroline Le Bouteiller et al.,) and present 18 posters,

The program included talks directly linked to Epos-France’s business activities, such as one by Mr Bonnin et al. : “Aftershock sequence and source characteristics of the June 16, 2023 MW=4.9 La Laigne earthquake, western France” , and poster presentations by V. Ballu et al. “A seafloor deformation study using A-0-A pressure instruments and ocean models to contribute to the monitoring of the Mayotte volcanic crisis“.

Some examples of sessions, oral presentations and posters among others

  • Alloncle Marion et al. – Earthquake source characterization in stable continental regions: Application to the Armorican Massif, France
  • Anuar Togaibekov et al. – Observing and modeling short – term changes in basal friction during rain – induced speed – ups on an Alpine glacier
  • Ballu Valérie et al. – A seafloor deformation study using A – 0 – A pressure instruments and ocean models to contribute to the monitoring of the Mayotte volcanic crisis
  • Baques Marion et al. – Fluid – driven swarms and mainshock – aftershocks sequences in the Ubaye Region (Western Alps)
  • Bonnin Mickaël et al. – Aftershock sequence and source characteristics of the June 16, 2023 Mw=4.9 La Laigne earthquake, western France
  • Boy Jean – Paul & Taghiyev Vagif – Vertical deformation in Greenland: separation of past and present – day ice mass loss contributions
  • Crawford Wayne et al. – Removing low frequency ocean bottom seismometer tilt noise using simple sensor reorientation
  • Daniele Bailo et al. – The EPOS open source platform for multidisciplinary data integration and data analysis in solid Earth science
  • Debayle Eric et al. – Seismic evidence favoring depletion of Precambrian lithosphere and partial melt at the base of tectonic plates
  • Diament Michel et al. – Absolute Quantum Gravimeter as a promising field sensor for volcano monitoring
  • Fernandes et al. – Operational Advancements in EPOS GNSS Data and Product Service
  • Fuseau David et al. – Seafloor topography recovery improved by combination of different gravity data functionals
  • Goncalves Philippe et al. – Concomitant brittle – ductile deformation, fluid – flow and metamorphism during continental subduction : a slow earthquake rock record in the Suretta nappe (Central Alps, Switzerland) ?
  • Lavayssière Aude et al. – Hydroacoustic monitoring of submarine lava flows: the eruption of Fani Maoré volcano offshore Mayotte, Indian Ocean
  • Le Pichon Alexis  Infrasound, acoustic-gravity waves, and atmospheric dynamics
  • Mao Yuantong et al. – Deep Structure of the Western Alps Derived from New Data; P and S wave velocity images from Finite Frequency Tomography
  • Métaxian Jean – Philippe et al. – Using Distributed Acoustic Sensing, Seismic and Infrasonic Observation to Track Pyroclastic Flows at Stromboli Volcano (Italy)
  • Pedersen et al. – FAIR and open data: state of affairs for seismological networks and infrastructures globally
  • Raumer Pierre – Yves et al. – Hydroacoustic geophony automatic detection: an open benchmark dataset with an open mode
  • Socquet Anne – From regional to local structures imaged by seismic tomography at the Atacama seismic gap, Central-Northern Chile (24.5-29°S)

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