The past 10 years have brought rapid growth in the development and use of three-dimensional (3D) seismic models of Earth structure at crustal, regional, and global scales. In order to explore the potential for 3D seismic models to contribute to important societal applications, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) hosted a Workshop on Multi-Resolution 3D Earth Models to Predict Key Observables in Seismic Monitoring and Related Fields on 6–7 June 2007, in Berkeley, California. The workshop brought together academic, government, and industry leaders in research programs developing 3D seismic models and methods for nuclear explosion monitoring and seismic ground-motion hazard assessment....

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