Ambient Noise Tomography Workshop

January 17-23, 2016
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ

Collaborators travelled from Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil to Tucson, Arizona with the ambitious goal of learning the ambient noise tomography (ANT) method and applying it to a subset of national seismic network data from their home countries. The long-term goal of the workshop was to improve the scientific capabilities of the individual South American institutions by fully utilizing their increasing broadband seismic station coverage. University of Arizona PhD students Kevin M. Ward and Jonathan R. Delph facilitated code distribution, developed workshop material, and provided lectures and hands-on help for the duration of the workshop.


Dr. Susan Beck (UA)
Dr. George Zandt (UA)
Kevin M. Ward (UA)
Jonathan R. Delph (UA)
Dr. Colton Lynner (UA)
Daniel E. Portner (UA)
Bijan Abgarmi (Turkey)

Diego Gonzalez Vidal (Chile)
Diogo Farrapo Albuquerque (Brazil)
Sebastian Riquelme (Chile)
Dr. Patricia Alvarado (Argentina)
Gabriela Ponce (Ecuador)
Edden Christian Flores Guerra (Peru)
Dr. Andy Frassetto (IRIS)

Course Materials