GeoHyd Seminar: Riding the (snow) waves

Welcome to the GeoHyd Lunch Seminar on Friday 13 March @12:15 in AUD 1 in the Geology building.

Title: Riding the (snow) waves

Speaker: Rolf Sidler (SFU) and Christopher D'Ambroise (UiO) 

Seismic and electromacnetic waves propagate in different ways. However, both are sensitive to liquid water and density in a snow pack. We use both types of waves in the same snowpack and compare the measurements to indipendently evaluated snow properties. To distract the audiance from the lack of conclusions we will also show some sweet ski photos. 

Warning: This talk might contain tangents on hommade electronics and poor elastic modeling.

About the seminar:

This seminar is offered by the research environments geography and hydrology at the Department of Geosciences.

The seminar is open for all interested in the topic of the seminar.




Published Mar. 25, 2015 8:46 AM - Last modified Mar. 25, 2015 8:46 AM