Abstract

The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the American Geophysical Union (AGU), through the AGU-SEG Collaboration Committee, organize and support joint meetings to bridge the geophysical knowledge among these societies. The workshop, “Upper crust physics of rock,” held 11–14 July 2016 in Hilo, Hawaii, is the latest of these collaborations. The meeting focused on highlighting the latest rock-physics knowledge from a tectonic, volcanology, petroleum, and CO2 sequestration perspective to advance our understanding and calibration of remotely sensed field geophysical observations.

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