Episode 127: Breakthroughs for surface-wave tomography for the near-surface

Myrto Papadopoulou and Farbod Khosro Anjom spotlight the recent advances in surface-wave tomography for near-surface applications from August’s The Leading Edge.

In this episode, Myrto and Farbod discuss why surface-wave tomography has not been applied regularly to near-surface applications, highlight more efficient models they developed, explain how automatic data screening allowed for their breakthroughs, and imagine what future advances in surface-wave tomography will occur.

Myrto and Farbod are both postdoc researchers at the Department of Environment, Land and Infrastructure Engineering at Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy.

Seismic Soundoff · 127: Breakthroughs for surface-wave tomography for the near-surface

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