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At the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting in December 2021, researchers presented the results of efforts to perform global full waveform inversion to model attenuation and azimuthal anisotropy.

They used data from 300 earthquakes to construct the new global full wave inversion models.

With access to Frontera, publicly available data from all around the world, and the power of their modeling tools, the researchers are approaching continental-scale resolution in their global full wave inversion models.

The researchers also recently released a visualization toolbox for large seismic model files and are building a platform for seismic analysis in collaboration with TACC.


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