PRAGUE CENTRE OF MATHEMATICAL GEOPHYSICS, METEOROLOGY, AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
(MAGMA)


Seminars in 2004

Geodynamics Seminar

Feb 25: L. Hanyk (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Visualization system Amira
Mar 3: A. Raidl (Department of Meteorology and Envir. Protection, Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles Univ.)
Deterministic chaos
Mar 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29: J. Matas (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Lyon)
Thermodynamics and minerals physics
Mar 31: V. Klemann (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Viscoelastic layering of the lithosphere and implications for its effective thickness in response to Pleistocene ice loads
Apr 7: A. van den Berg (Utrecht University)
The impact of temperature and pressure dependent thermal conductivity on mantle convection and secular cooling of the Earth
Apr 14: A. Spicak (Geophysical Institute of Czech Academy of Sciences)
Geodynamic development of the Ohárecký rift
Apr 21: L. Vecsey, J. Plomerova, V. Babuska, U. Achauer (Geophysical Institute of Czech Academy of Sci.)
BOHEMA W.G., seismic anisotropy and tomography of the upper mantle of the western Czech massiv - preliminary results of the passive experiment BOHEMA 2001-2003
May 3: Z. Martinec (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Geomagnetic induction modelling based on CHAMP magnetic vector data
May 12: B. Sule (Eötvös University, Budapest)
The effect of temperature dependent viscosity on the structure and on the surface manifestation of mantle plumes in three dimensional models
Jun 11: D. Wolf (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Sea level, glacial isostasy and gravity change
Sep 8: J. van Hunen (ETH Zürich)
Three-dimensional small scale convection below the oceanic lithosphere
Sep 15: K. Fleming (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Glacial rebound and sea level change around Greenland since the last glacial maximum
Sep 22: K. Fleming (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
The influence of the viscosity stratification below Iceland on glacial-isostatic adjustment
Sep 29: K. Fleming (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Present-day sea-level and geoid change around Greenland
Oct 27: S. Buske (Freie Universität Berlin)
Reflection-Image-Spectroscopy of a subduction zone
Nov 3: J. Hagedoorn (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Reduction of the influence of pleistocene ice-sheet evolution on a global tide-gauge data set
Nov 10: M. Batka (Department of Meteorology and Envir. Protection, Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles Univ.)
Numerical solution of the equations of atmospheric dynamics
Nov 24: G. Balasis (GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam)
Study electromagnetic induction in the Earth: from magnetotellurics to satellite measurements
Dec 1: L. Kostal (Physiological Institute of Czech Academy of Sciences)
Similarity of continuous probability distributions and its application for information coding in neurons
Dec 8: M. Behounkova (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Three-dimensional synthetic tomographic inversion
Dec 15: O. Soucek (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Thermomechanical model of a polythermal glacier

Talks at the Annual meeting of Czech Meteorological Society, Radostovice, Oct 12-14

Z. Chladova, J. Kalvova (Department of Meteor. and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
On the changes of selected climate characteristics in the Czech Republic in period of 1961-2000
T. Halenka (Department of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
History and development of climate modeling.
T. Halenka (Department of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Regional climate models in CR, first results
P. Pisoft (Department of Meteorology and Env. Prot., Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Wavelet analysis in climatology: Theory and application

Seismology Seminar

Feb 20: I. Oprsal (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University & ETH Zurich)
3D hybrid earthquake modeling
Feb 27: K. Zacek (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Wavefield decomposition into optimalized Gaussian beams
Mar 5: F. Gallovic and J. Brokesova (Department of Geophysics, Fac. of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
"King Kong" - hybrid combination of the kinematic and composite source model
Mar 12: M. Novotny (Geophysical Institute of Czech Academy of Sciences)
Tomographic velocity models on seismic refraction profiles CELEBRATION 9 a 10: Recursive approach
Mar 26: T. Pergler (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Coulomb stress calculation using finite elements combined with spectral decomposition
Apr 2: G. Dal Moro (University of Trieste)
Near-surface geophysics: seismic and ground penetrating radar data for site characterization
Apr 16: L. Eisner (Schlumberger Cambridge Research)
Hydraulic fracturing, multiplet detection and graph theory
Apr 23: J. Veverka (Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czech Academy of Science)
Space-time analysis of acoustic emission during laboratory experiments on rocks
May 14: Ch. Benetatos (University of Thessaloniki)
Recent earthquakes in Greece
May 19: Ch. Benetatos (University of Thessaloniki)
The active subduction zone of Southern Aegean Sea
May 26: J. Burjanek (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University)
Dynamic stress corresponding to kinematic models of the seismic source
Sep 29 (in Geoph. Inst. of Czech Acad. of Sci.): T. J. Moser (Fugro-Jason, Rotterdam)
1. Migration velocity analysis using multifocusing/CRS attributes based on paraxial raytracing
2. New approach to point-to-curve raytracing
Oct 15: J. Zahradník (Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Math. and Phys., Charles University), A. Plesinger (Geophysical Institute of Czech Academy of Sciences)
Long-period pulses in broadband records of nearby earthquakes
Oct 22: R. Patzig (University of Hamburg)
Local earthquake tomography in the Antofagasta (Chile) Region
Nov 12: Pavel Kalenda (Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czech Academy of Science)
Can the Earth tides afect earthquake triggering?
Nov 19, 26: O. Sebe (Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble)
Spectral estimations, blind deconvolutions and applications in seismology
Dec 1 (in Geoph. Inst. of Czech Acad. of Sci.): K. Helbig (Hannover)
Anomalous polarization in anisotropic media


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