Results

Conference presentations:

37th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission 19-24 Sep 2021 

Preliminary results of attenuation tomography in the Carpathian-Pannonian region revealed by the analysis of ambient seismic noise 
Felix Borleanu, Laura Petrescu, Luca De Siena, Fabrizio Magrini, Anica Placinta, Bogdan Grecu, Mircea Radulian (oral presentation)

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 13-17 Dec 2021

Imaging the Eastern European lithosphere with ambient seismic noise
Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu, Anica Placinta, Emanuel Kastle, Alexander Liashchuk, Alexandru Marmureanu (oral presentation – upcoming)

The EENSANE project: an open-source database of ambient noise cross correlations and virtual earthquake simulations in Europe
Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu, Anica Placinta (poster – upcoming)

Articles:

Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu, Anica Placinta. Seismic structure of a Tethyan back-arc: transdimensional ambient noise tomography of the Black Sea lithosphere (2021). Under review at Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors

Felix Borleanu, Laura Petrescu, Luca De Siena, Fabrizio Magrini, Anica Placinta, Bogdan Grecu, Mircea Radulian. Ambient noise attenuation tomography of Eastern Europe. In prep for Geophyscal Journal International

Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu, Anica Placinta, Emanuel Kastle, Alexander Liashchuk, Alexandru Marmureanu. Transdimensional ambient noise tomography of Eastern Europe: implications for continental structure and evolution. In prep for Journal of Geophysical Research

Anica Placinta, Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu. Reconstructing historical earthquakes in Europe from ambient noise using the Generalized Eigenproblem Spectral Collocation method. In prep for Earth and Planetary Science Letters

Anica Placinta, Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu. Realistic ground motion predictions for the high-magnitude Vrancea earthquakes from ambient noise. In prep for Tectonophysics

Mihaela Popa, Laura Petrescu, Felix Borleanu, Mircea Radulian. Resonance frequency and geophysical bedrock depth in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region from ambient seismic noise H/V ratios. In prep for Pure and Applied Geophysics