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Geoscience 2023 -International Symposium

8th edition of the CEOSCIENCE -International Symposium

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Programme at a glance

Programme
Day 1 – 9 November 2023

08:30-09:00

Registration for onsite activities -Day 1

09:00-9:30

Welcome participants

Lect. Dr. Florina TULUCA -President of the Romanian Society of Applied Geophysics (SGAR)

Dr.Constantin IONESCU – General Director of the National Institute for Earth Physics (INCDFP)

Prof.Dr.Radu VACAREANU – Rector of the Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (UTCB)

Dr. Vlad RĂDULESCU – National Institute for Research and Development of Marine Geology and Geoecology (GeoEcoMar)

9:30-11:15

SETTING – Integrated thematic services in the field of Earth observation: a national platform for innovation”

Session 1: Project objectives and results

Speakers:Dragos TATARU, Bogdan GRECU, Eduard NASTASE, Dragos TOMA-DANILA & Alex TIGANESCU1, Alexandru ALDEA2
1National Institute of Earth Physics, Romania.2Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (UTCB), Romania

11:15-11:45

Coffee Break

11:45-13:30

“SETTING – Integrated thematic services in the field of Earth observation: a national platform for innovation”

Session 2: Research User Cases

A COMPACT MOBILE SEISMIC NETWORK USING WIRELESS SEISMIC UNITS FOR VARIOUS GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATIONS

Authors: Grecu Bogdan, Andreea Tolea, Dragos Tataru, Eduard Nastase, Eduard Necula, Andrei E. Mihai, Bogdan Cerbu, Alexandru Tiganescu, Dragos Toma
National Institute of Earth Physics, Romania

UNCONVENTIONAL SENSORS AND NEW TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION IN SETTING FRAMEWORK FOR THE MONITORING OF ACTIVE TECTONICS AND GEODYNAMICS OF THE ROMANIAN TERRITORY

Authors: Eduard Năstase1, Irina-Marilena Stanciu2, Dragoș Tătaru1,Vlad Rădulescu2, Alexandra Muntean1
1National Institute of Earth Physics, Romania. 2GeoEcoMar

MULTI-DATA INTEGRATION IN NEAR-SURFACE GEOPHYSICS AND CLOSE RANGE REMOTE SENSING APPLIED TO CULTURAL HERITAGE, CHIAJNA MONASTERY STUDY CASE

Authors: Eduard Nastase, Alexandru Tiganescu, Dragos Toma, Bogdan Cerbu, Alexandra Gerea, Andrei Mihai, Dragos Tataru, Bogdan Grecu, Eduard Necula
National Institute of Earth Physics, Romania

BROADBAND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE QUARRY BLASTS AT SUSENI (ROMANIA) EXPLOITATION SITE FROM TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT SEISMIC STATIONS’ RECORDINGS

Authors: Natalia Poiata, Dragos Tataru , Bogdan Grecu, Nastase Eduard, Toma-Danila Dragos
National Institute of Earth Physics, Romania

AN INVESTIGATION OF VERTICAL RESPONSE SPECTRA OF GROUND MOTIONS FROM VRANCEA SEISMIC SOURCE

Authors: Florin Pavel, Alexandru Aldea, Radu Vacareanu, Cristian Arion
Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (UTCB)

13:30-14:30

Lunch break (on behalf of the SETTING for registered participants)

14:30-16:00

Exposition – DEMO HOURS (Live demonstration of earth and build infrastructure scanning equipment and data processing software)

14:30-16:00

Round Table (only EPOS members representatives & guests)

Conveners: Dragos TATARU (INCDFP) and Florina TULUCA (UB-FGG)

Guest list & speakers affiliation: National Institute for Earth Physics (INCDFP), Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest – UTCB, National Institute for Research and Development of Marine Geology and Geoecology (GeoEcoMar). Romanian Academy Institute of Geodynamics (IG-AR), Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest (FGG-UB), Geological Institute of Romania (IGR), National Institute for Research and Development in Constructions, Urban Planning and Sustainable Spatial Development – (URBAN-INCERC), Romanian Society of Applied Geophysics (SGAR)

16:00-17:30

“SETTING – Integrated thematic services in the field of Earth observation: a national platform for innovation”

Session 3: Discovering, analyzing, and visualizing data using the SETTING platform

The virtual laboratory – a tool for organizing the flow of collecting, analyzing, processing, and visualization of specific data and products – a training tool

Hands-on SETTING portal – Research user cases and guided feedback collection

17:30-18:30

ICEBREAKER & NETWORKING (Sponsored by ESRI, SETTING, and SGAR for registered participants)

18:00 – 19:30

WALKING TOUR -BUCHAREST AND EARTHQUAKES (ORGANIZED BY INFP)
“Bucharest and Earthquakes” guided tour will be held on 9 and 10 November 2023, marking 83 years since the 1940 Vrancea earthquake (moment-magnitude 7.7). The tour will take you to central Bucharest, which was the site of many complete or partial building collapses during the 1940 and 1977 Vrancea earthquakes. You will find out also visually what went wrong back then but also what’s the current situation: why there are still so many vulnerable buildings and which are the risk reduction perspectives. Your guides will be seismologists and engineers from the National Institute of Earth Physics. On 9th November the tour starts from the Venue. The extended tour (lasts three hours) is available on 10th November and starts from University Square, at 17:00 local time.

11:00-18:00

EXPO AREA

During the event, an expo area will be available for the participants during the coffee break and networking moments. Research tools and processing software will be exhibited at the stands, as well as information about case studies in which they were used and the results obtained.

Program 9 November 2023 – Online Presentations

12:00-13:00

Welcoming to Geoscience 2023 – Online Program

Dr. Florina TULUCA -President of the Romanian Society of Applied Geophysics (SGAR)

Presentations

WRENCH TECTONICS SYSTEM ACROSS ROMANIA: LATERAL DISPLACEMENTS OF GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES, STRUCTURAL HYDROCARBON TRAPS

Authors: Irina Stanciu1, Dumitru Ioane2
1GeoEcoMar. 2University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, Romania.

SURFACE FAULTING PATTERNS, OFFSET ANALYSIS AND MORPHOTECTONIC SIGNATURES OF 06 FEBRUARY 2023 EKINOZU (KAHRAMANMARAS) EARTHQUAKE (MW 7.6), TURKIYE.

Authors: Reza Saber1, Veysel Isik1, Ayse Caglayan2
1Ankara University, Department of Geological Engineering, Tectonics Research Group, Ankara, Türkiye. 2Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change, General Directorate of Spatial Planning, Department of Geological Survey, Ankara, Türkiye.

STATISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND SEISMIC QUIESCENCE TESTING FOR VRANCEA (ROMANIA) INTERMEDIATE-DEPTH SEISMICITY.

Authors: Bogdan Enescu 1,2,3, Cristian Ghita 2, Iren-Adelina Moldovan 2, Mircea Radulian 2,3,4
1 Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kitashirakawa, Oiwake-cho, Sakyo-ku, Japan. 2 National Institute for Earthquake Physics (NIEP), Bucharest, Romania. 3 The Romanian Academy of Scientists (AOSR), Bucharest, Romania. 4The Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania

THE 2023 SEISMIC SEQUENCE IN THE SOUTH CARPATHIANS (TARGU JIU AREA, ROMANIA): RELOCATION USING AN IMPROVED 1-D VELOCITY MODEL AND SEISMICITY CHARACTERISTICS.

Authors: Raluca Dinescu1,2, Felix Borleanu1, Mircea Radulian1,3,4 Mihaela Popa3, Andreea Chircea1,5, Mihai Marius,1,5 Adina Rau1,6, Natalia Poiata1,7, Ioan Munteanu2,8
1 National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania. 2University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, Romania. 3Academy of Romanian Scientists, Romania. 4Romanian Academy, Romania. 5 University of Bucharest, Faculty of Physics, Magurele, Romania. 6 West Timisoara University, Faculty of Physics, Timisoara, Romania. 7 International Seismological Centre, UK. 8Romanian Academy, Sabba Stefanescu Institute of Geodynamics, Romania

13:00-14:35

AN ASSESSMENT ON AFTERSHOCK SEQUENCE BEHAVIORS OF THE FEBRUARY 6TH, 2023 EARTHQUAKES (MW: 7.7 AND 7.6) USING b-VALUE, SE TURKIYE.

Authors: Marjan Tourani1, Ayse Caglayan 2 Reza Saber1, Veysel Isik1, Florina Chitea 3,4
1 Ankara University, Department of Geological Engineering, Tectonics Research Group, Ankara, Turkiye. 2 Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change, General Directorate of Spatial Planning, Department of Geological Survey, Ankara, Turkiye. 3 University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, Dep. of Engineering Geology and Geophysics, Romania. 4“Sabba S. Stefanescu” Institute of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy, Romania.

PROBABILISTIC EARTHQUAKE RISK ANALYSES IN THE REGION OF FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, JAPAN.

Authors: Aycan Günay 1, Ayse Caglayan 1,2, Reza Saber 1, Veysel Isik 1
1 Ankara University, Department of Geological Engineering, Tectonics Research Group, Ankara, Turkiye. 2Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change, General Directorate of Spatial Planning, Department of Geological Survey, Ankara, Turkiye.

SEISMIC AND GEOPHYSICAL PLATFORMS OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR EARTH PHYSICS (ROMANIA).

Authors: Iren-Adelina Moldovan1, Victorin-Emilian Toader1, Constantin Ionescu1, Liviu Manea1, Lucian Palangeanu1, Bogdan Enescu 1,2
1National Institute for Earthquake Physics (NIEP), Bucharest, Romania. 2Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

INTEGRATED SUBSOIL MODEL FOR A BETTER EARTHQUAKE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN: THE CASE OF DURRES CITY, IN ALBANIA.

Authors: Klodian Skrame 1,2, Rrapo Ormeni 2, Redi Muci 1, Jeton Pekmezi 1, Oltion Fociro 1, Dionald Muci 1, Klevis Sheteli 3, Olgert Gjuzi 1
1Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania. 2Academy of Science of Albania, Tirana, Albania. 3Sarp & Lab Sh.p.k, Albania

SHALLOW GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN URBAN AREAS AND POTENTIAL UTILITY FOR LOCAL SEISMIC HAZARD STUDIES. EXAMPLE FROM BUCHAREST CITY

Florina Chitea1,2
1Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest. 2“Sabba Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Romania.

QUATERNARY TECTONIC TILTING AND STREAM PIRACY OUTLINED BY CATCHMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE OLTEŢ GORGES KARST SYSTEM (SOUTH CARPATHIANS, ROMANIA).

Authors: Horia Mitrofan 1, Lucica Niculae 1,2,3, Maria-Lidia Nuțu-Dragomir1,2,3
1 “Sabba Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Romania. 2Romanian Society of Applied Geophysics, Romania. 3Speleological Association “Focul Viu”, Romania

14:35-15:20

Coffee Break

15:20-16:20

A GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE PÂCLELE MICI MUD VOLCANO IN ROMANIA USING DEEP GEOELECTRICAL SURVEYS.

Authors: Andrei Mihai1, Alexandra Gerea 1,2,3, Dragoș Tătaru 1, Bogdan Grecu 1, Eduard Năstase1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Magurele, Romania.2Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania.3University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

INTEGRATING ERT, LIDAR AND TOPOGRAPHICAL SCANNING SURVEYS IN ANALYSING HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AFFECTED BY COMPLEX LANDSLIDES. CASE STUDY: RĂTEȘTI MONASTERY, BUZĂU, ROMANIA.

Authors: Alexandra Gerea 1,2,3, Eduard Năstase 1, Alexandru Țigănescu1, Dragoș Toma Dănilă1, Bogdan Grecu1, Andrei Emilian Mihai1, Dragoș Tătaru1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Măgurele, Romania.2Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania. 3University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

EVIDENCE FOR MORPHOTECTONIC EVOLUTION IN VALLES MARINERIS, MARS: INSIGHTS FROM FAULT TRACES, TRIANGULAR FACETS AND LANDSLIDES.

Authors: Reza Saber1, Veysel Isik1, Ayse Caglayan2,1
1Ankara University, Department of Geological Engineering, Tectonics Research Group, Ankara, Türkiye. 2Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change, General Directorate of Spatial Planning, Department of Geological Survey, Ankara, Türkiye

OVERVIEW OF FLOOD DISASTERS BETWEEN 1950 AND 2023 IN IRAN: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND PREVENTION.

Authors: Marjan Tourani1, Ayse Caglayan2,1, Reza Saber 1, Veysel Isik 1
1Ankara University, Department of Geological Engineering, Tectonics Research Group, Ankara, Türkiye. 2Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change, General Directorate of Spatial Planning, Department of Geological Survey, Ankara, Türkiye

HEAT OUTPUT ASSESSMENT OF THE HERCULES SPRING GEOTHERMAL PROSPECT (BĂILE HERCULANE, ROMANIA)

Authors: Horia Mitrofan1, Constantin Marin2, Alin Tudorache2, Lucica Niculae1, Daniela Elena Ioniţă3
1“Sabba S. Ştefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy, Romania. 2“Emil Racoviță” Institute of Speleology, Romanian Academy, Romania. 3Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Bucharest, Romania

16:20-17:20

 Online Session IV

ANALYSIS OF THE OXIDATION OF THE FORMER SULFUR MINE IN THE CALIMAN MOUNTAINS AND CORRELATION WITH THE LAND SURFACE TEMPERATURE, USING REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUES.

Authors: Ioan-Andrei Vodă-Marc, Mihaela-Violeta Gheorghe, Alexandru Nedelea
Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest

ENHANCING WATER SATURATION MODEL IN COMPLEX CARBONATE RESERVOIRS: A NOVEL ROCK TYPE-BASED CORRELATION FOR CEMENTATION FACTOR ESTIMATION.

Authors: Ilius Mondal 1,2, Kumar Hemant Singh 2, Bhopal Singh Haldia 2
1 Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India. 2 Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, India

Facing Marine Tectonics

Authors: Irina Stanciu1, Dumitru Ioane2
1GeoEcoMar. 2University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, Romania.

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF ONSHORE CO2 GEOLOGICAL STORAGE SITES IN ROMANIA

Authors: Dudu Alexandra, Avram Corina, Sava Constantin, Anghel Sorin, Iordache Gabriel, Dragos Andrei
GeoEcoMar

CLOSING OF ONLINE SESSIONS OF GEOSCIENCE 2023

CLOSING OF DAY 1

Day 2 – 10 November 2023

8:30- 9:00

Registration of participants

9:00-9:30

Welcoming to GEOSCIENCE DAY 2

Florina Tuluca (SGAR)

Lucian Petrescu (FGG-UB)

Crisan Demetrescu (IGAR)

9:30-9:50

Invited Presentation: DENSITY MAPS FROM GRAVITY INVERSION AS A TOOL FOR THE BASIN BASEMENT ANALYSIS AND IMAGING

Speaker: Assoc. Prof. Ivana Vasiljević
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology, Serbia

9:50-10:10

Invited Presentation: THE PRECASPIAN DEPRESSION MEGA-IMPACT, CAUSE OF A HIGH EXTINCTION EVENT ON EARTH

Authors: Dumitru Ioane, Mihaela Scradeanu. University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics

10:10-11:25

Session 1-Near-Surface Geophysics

10:10-10:25

REFRACTION SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF RELICT SEDIMENTS: CHALLENGES AND INSIGHTS.

Authors: Dragana Đurić, Branislav Sretković, Andrew Idakwo
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology, Serbia

10:25-10:40

INTEGRATING ERT, LIDAR AND TOPOGRAPHICAL SCANNING SURVEYS IN ANALYSING HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AFFECTED BY COMPLEX LANDSLIDES. CASE STUDY: RĂTEȘTI MONASTERY, BUZĂU, ROMANIA.

Authors: Alexandra Gerea 1,2,3, Eduard Năstase 1, Alexandru Țigănescu1, Dragoș Toma Dănilă1, Bogdan Grecu1, Andrei Emilian Mihai1, Dragoș Tătaru1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Măgurele, Romania.2Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania. 3University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

10:40-10:55

COMPLEX GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY ON SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF WATER LOSS IN THE KARST TERRAIN RESERVOIR.

Authors: Branislav Sretković, Dejan Vučković
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology, Serbia

10:55-11:10

ON NEAR-SURFACE SITE CHARACTERIZATION IN BUCHAREST USING COMPLEMENTARY GEOPHYSICAL METHODS

Andreea Tolea1,2, Bogdan Grecu1, Dragos Tataru1, Bogdan Zaharia1, Alexandra Gerea1,3, Andrei Mihai1, Alexandru Tiganescu1, Bogdan Cerbu1,2
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Magurele, Romania. 2Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania. 3Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania

11:10-11:25
A GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE PÂCLELE MICI MUD VOLCANO IN ROMANIA USING DEEP GEOELECTRICAL SURVEYS.

Authors: Andrei Mihai1, Alexandra Gerea 1,2,3, Dragoș Tătaru 1, Bogdan Grecu 1, Eduard Năstase1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Magurele, Romania.2Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania.3University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

11:25-12:30

Poster Session & Coffee

FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT ATTENUATION OF BODY AND CODA WAVES IN TWO REGIONS OF GEORGIA (SAKARTVELO)

Authors: Ia Shengelia, Nato Jorjiashvili, Tea Godoladze, Albert Buzaladze
Institute of Earth Sciences and National Seismic Monitoring Centre, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

TSUNAMI MODELING AND INUNDATION FOR SHABLA AREA, BLACK SEA

Authors: Raluca Partheniu1, Mihail Diaconescu1, Vlad Radulescu2, Pop Ioan Cornel2
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania, 2National Institute for Geology and Geoecology, Romania

OPTIMIZED GROUND ACCELERATION MODEL FOR THE SUBCRUSTAL EARTHQUAKES OF VRANCEA REGION

Authors:Luminita Angela Ardeleanu, Cristian Neagoe, Iren Adelina Moldovan, Alina Coman
National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania

NEW METHODS AND MODELS OF AMBIENT SEISMIC NOISE IMAGING IN EASTERN EUROPE

Authors: Laura Petrescu1, Felix Borleanu1, Anica Placinta1, Mircea Radulian1, Mihaela Popa1, Daniel Kalmar2, Emanuel Kästle3, Randell Stephenson4, Istvan Kovacs2, Oleksandr Ivanovich Liashchuk5

1National Institute for Earth Physics, Magurele. Romania, 2Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science, Budapest, Hungary, 3Freie University Berlin, Institute of Geological Sciences, Berlin, Germany. 4 University of Aberdeen, School of Geosciences, Baerdeen, United Kingdom , 5Main Center of the Special Monitoring, State Space Agency of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

UNCONVENTIONAL ANALYSIS OF SEISMIC ACTIVITY AND THE LIKELIHOOD OF A SIGNIFICANT SEISMIC PHASE IN ROMANIA STARTING 2024.

Authors: Dan Grigore, Monica Macovei
Geological Institute of Romania

IN SEARCH OF SEISMIC PRECURSORS OF THE DESTRUCTIVE 10 NOVEMBER 1940 VRANCEA EARTHQUAKE.

Authors: Horia Mitrofan, Mirela-Adriana Anghelache
“Sabba S. Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy

IMPROVİNG SEİSMİC SOURCE LOCATİON USİNG JOİNT HYPOCENTER DETERMİNATİON TECHNİQUE, LATERAL VELOCİTY VARİATİONS, AND STATİON CORRECTİONS FOR AN 1D-VELOCİTY MODEL REFİNED ON UPDATED ROMANİAN EARTHQUAKES CATALOGUE.

Authors: Mihai Marius 1,2, Radulian Mircea 1,2,3, Armeanu Iulia 1,2, Craiu Andreeea1, Craiu Marius1, Dinescu Raluca1,4, Marmureanu Alexandru1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania.2University of Bucharest, Faculty of Physics, Magurele, Romania. 3Academy of Romanian Scientists, Romania. 4 University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics

STRESS DISTRIBUTION IN THE TG. JIU SEISMOTECTONIC AREA (ROMANIA), VALUABLE INSIGHTS PROVIDED THROUGH THE INVERSION OF EARTHQUAKE FOCAL MECHANISMS.

Authors: Craiu Andreea1, Diaconescu Mihail 1,3, Craiu Marius 1, Mihai Marius 1,2, Marmureanu Alexandru1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania. 2University of Bucharest, Faculty of Physics, Romania. 3 Romanian Society of Applied Geophysics, Romania

THE STRONGEST GEOMAGNETIC STORMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED HAZARD. SOLAR CYCLE 23 VERSUS SOLAR CYCLE 24.

Authors: Venera Dobrica, Cristiana Stefan, Crisan Demetrescu
Institute of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania

GAMMA-RAY GEOPHYSICAL PROSPECTING WITH INORGANIC SCINTILLATORS DETECTORS.

Authors: Madalina Cruceru, Alin Titus Serban, Daniel Stoicescu
Department of Applied Nuclear Physics/ Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH), Romania

TRACKING RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF SILICATE-DERIVED AND CARBONATE-DERIVED WATERS IN KARST WATERSHEDS OF SOHODOL VALLEY (VÂLCAN MOUNTAINS, ROMANIA).

Authors: Nicolae Cruceru1, Horia Mitrofan2, Constantin Marin1, Marius Vlaicu1, Cornel Naidin3, Gabriel Constantinescu4, Alin Tudorache1, Lucica Niculae2, Marius Popescu5, Aurel Cristian Mitrofan4, Mădălina Constantinescu4, Emilian Stoica3
1“Emil Racoviță” Institute of Speleology, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania. 2“Sabba S. Ştefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania. 3Silex Brașov Caving Club,Romania.4Bucharest, Romania.5Vulcan Craiova Caving Club, Craiova, Romania.

A REVIEW OF A POSSIBLE CORRELATION BETWEEN GAS EMANATIONS AND THE SEISMIC ACTIVITY IN THE AREA OF COVASNA, ROMANIA.

Authors: Cătălin Gheablău1, Mihail Diaconescu1, Victorin Emilian Toader1, Iren-Adelina Moldovan1, István J. Kovács2
1National Institute for Research and Development for Earth Physics, Romania.2 Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science, Sopron, Hungary

GEOLOGICAL HAZARD RISK EVALUATION IN THE AREA OF PUCIOASA CITY, DAMBOVITA COUNTY.

Authors: Chitea Florina 1,2,6, Voda Marc-Andrei3, Cruceru Nicolae 4, Veysel Isik5, Reza Saber5, Marjan Tourani5, Ayse Caglayan7, Diaconescu Mihail8,6, Lucica Niculae 2,6
1Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest.2“Sabba Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Romania.3 Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest.4“Emil Racovita” Institute of Speleology, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania. 5Ankara University, Department of Geological Engineering, Tectonics Research Group, Ankara, Turkiye. 6Romanian Society of Applied Geophysics, Romania. 78National Institute for Research and Development for Earth Physics, Romania

EFFECTS OF SEISMIC ATTENUATION IN VRANCEA REGION ON EARTHQUAKE PEAK GROUND MOTIONS FROM LOCAL CRUSTAL EARTHQUAKES.

Authors: Luminita Angela Ardeleanu, Cristian Neagoe
National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania

CONSIDERATIONS ON THE GEOPHYSICAL APPROACH AT REȘCA-ROMULA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

Authors: Florina Chitea 1,2, Mircea Negru 3,4,5
1Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest. 2“Sabba Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Romania. 3University of Bucharest, ICUB. 4 Spiru Haret University Bucharest. 5Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Craiova

RESULTS OF THE NEAR-SURFACE GEOPHYSICS AND CLOSE-RANGE REMOTE SENSING CAMPAIGN AT REȘCA-ROMULA.

Authors: Florina Chitea 1,2, Dragos Tataru3, Eduard Nastase3, Mircea Negru4,5,6, Dragos Toma3, Eduard Necula3, Roxana Irimia1, Bogdan Cerbu3, Irina Stanciu7

MONITORING VOLCANIC ACTIVITY USING SEISMOLOGICAL, GPS, AND REMOTE SENSING DATA – CASE DEMONSTRATION ON KILAUEA VOLCANO’S CALDERA

Authors: Alina Oprișan1, Florina Chitea1,2, David Alexandru Stan1, Andrei Voda3
1Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania. 2“Sabba Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Romania .3Faculty of Geography, University of Bucharest

INTEGRATING EXTRACURRICULAR GEOLOGICAL AND GEOPHYSICAL FIELD APPLICATIONS IN ACADEMIC BACHELOR STUDENT BACKGROUND

Authors: Șcheaua Andreea-Valentina 1, Smeu Andrei-Alexandru1, Nedelea Emilia-Elena sup>1, Florea Andreea-Georgiana1, Munteanu Ioan1,2
1Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania. 2“Sabba Ștefănescu” Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Romania

THE IMPACT OF STUDENT-LED GEOPHYSICAL PROJECTS ON THE CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT OF ASPIRING GEOSCIENTISTS

Authors: Daria Elena Măciucă, Andreea Maria Pavel, Rareș Gongu, Ana Elena Suditu, Ovidiu Andrei Iordache, Robert Alexandru Birta
Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest, Romania

12:30-13:45

Session: Earth Physics, Geodynamics and Seismology I

12:30-12:45

RECENT DATA ON CRUSTAL SEİSMİCİTY İN THE SOUTH CARPATHİANS AND BANAT REGİON.

Authors: Mircea Radulian 1,2,3, Andrei Bala 1, Natalia Poiata 1,4, Dragos Tataru 1, Mihaela Popa 2, Raluca Dinescu 1
1National Institute for Earthquake Physics (NIEP), Bucharest, Romania. 2The Romanian Academy of Scientists (AOSR), Bucharest, Romania. 3The Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania. 4International Seismological Center, Thatcham, UK

12:45-13:00

THE 2023 SEISMIC SEQUENCE IN THE SOUTH CARPATHIANS (TARGU JIU AREA, ROMANIA): RELOCATION USING AN IMPROVED 1-D VELOCITY MODEL AND SEISMICITY CHARACTERISTICS.

Authors: Raluca Dinescu1,2, Felix Borleanu1, Mircea Radulian1,3,4, Mihaela Popa3, Andreea Chircea1,5, Mihai Marius1,5, Adina Rau1,6, Natalia Poiata1,7, Ioan Munteanu2,8
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania. 2University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, Romania. 3Academy of Romanian Scientists, Romania.4Romanian Academy, Romania. 5University of Bucharest, Faculty of Physics, Magurele, Romania. 6West Timisoara University, Faculty of Physics, Timisoara, Romania. 7 International Seismological Centre, UK. 8Romanian Academy, Institute of Geodynamics, Sabba Stefanescu, Romania

13:00-13:15

AN UPDATED GMPE MODELS AND SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF GEORGIA.

Authors: Nato Jorjiashvili, Ia Shengelia, Tea Godoladze, Albert Buzaladze
Institute of Earth Sciences and National Seismic Monitoring Centre, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

13:15-13:30

A NEW 3D SHEAR WAVE TOMOGRAPHY MODEL OF THE EASTERN EUROPEAN LITHOSPHERE FROM AMBIENT SEISMIC NOISE.

Authors: Laura Petrescu 1, Felix Borleanu 1, Emanuel Kästle 2, Randell Stephenson 3, Anica Placinta 1, Oleksandr Ivanovich Liashchuk 4
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Magurele. Romania. 2Freie University Berlin, Institute of Geological Sciences, Berlin, Germany. 3University of Aberdeen, School of Geosciences, Baerdeen, United Kingdom. 4Main Center of the Special Monitoring, State Space Agency of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

13:30-13:45

MULTI-LAYER INVERSIONS OF SKS WAVES IN THE SOUTH-EAST CARPATHIANS VRANCEA SUBDUCTION ZONE FLOW FROM CORE-REFRACTED SHEAR WAVE ANISOTROPY.

Authors: Andrei Mihai1, Laura Petrescu1, Felix Borleanu1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Magurele, Ilfov, Romania

13:45-14:30

Session: Energy and Resources

13:45-14:00

SEISMIC RESPONSE IDENTIFICATION OF HYDROCARBON RESERVOIRS THROUGH A ROCK PHYSICS, FLUID REPLACEMENT MODELLING & AVO AND FULL STACK SYNTHETICS WORKFLOW. A CASE STUDY OF KLIWA FORMATION.

Authors: Mihai Iorgandopol, Petruta Iorgandopol
OMV Petrom, Bucharest, Romania

14:15-14:30

ULTRASONIC MEASUREMENTS ON ROCK SAMPLES FROM EAST VARDAR ZONE IN SERBIA.

Authors: Magdalena Markovic 1, Dragana Djuric 2,
1Department of Earth Science, Uppsala University, Sweden. 2Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Serbia

14:30-15:30

Lunch* on behalf of SGAR & UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST

15:30-16:30

Session: Geodynamics and Hazards

15:30-15:45

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SECULAR VARIATION OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD. Authors: Crisan Demetrescu, Cristiana Stefan, Venera Dobrica

Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania

15:45-16:00

THE STRONGEST GEOMAGNETIC STORMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED HAZARD. SOLAR CYCLE 23 VERSUS SOLAR CYCLE 24.

Authors: Venera Dobrica, Cristiana Stefan, Crisan Demetrescu
Institute of Geodynamics, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania

16:00-16:15

COMPARISONS BETWEEN TSUNAMI MEASUREMENTS AND SIMULATIONS, FOR RECENT WORLDWIDE EVENTS (2020-2023).

Authors: Raluca Partheniu, Alexandru Tiganescu
National Institute for Earth Physics

16:15-16:30

WHO DESTROYS OUR BUILDINGS AND INFRASTRUCTURE? Catastrophic earthquakes, climate change and associated natural disasters, or continuously degradation in time.

Authors: Andrei Bălă1, Mircea Radulian 1,2,3, Cătălin Gheablău1
1National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania. 2Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania, 3Academy of Romanian Scientists, Bucharest, Romania

16:30-16:45

METHODS FOR SOIL CHARACTERISATION IN FRAMEWORK OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT RESEARCH PROGRAMS.

Authors: Rasvan Stochici1, Ileana Radulescu2, Bianca Maria Linca2
1Sabba S. Stefanescu – Institute of Geodynamics of the Romanian Academy. 2Horia Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Magurele, Romania

16:45-18:00

Workshop: Resilient and Sustainable Cities. The Role of Applied Geophysics

16:45-17:00

ACTIVE FAULT SYSTEMS AS INTERPRETED ON GEOPHYSICAL AND SEISMICITY DATA IN THE BUCHAREST – VRANCEA REGION.

Authors: Dumitru Ioane, Irina Stanciu

17:00-17:15

GEOLOGIC, TECTONIC AND NEOTECTONIC FRAMEWORK OF BUCHAREST CITY SEISMICITY.

Authors: Irina Stanciu, Dumitru Ioane

17:15-17:30

NEAR-SURFACE GEOPHYSICS CONTRIBUTION TO ACHIEVING RESILIENT AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES.

Speaker: Chitea Florina

17:30-17:45

A SOCIETAL- AND RESEARCH-ORIENTED MOBILE GEOPHYSICAL LABORATORY

Speaker: Dragos Tataru

17:45-18:00

DISCUSSIONS

18:00-19:00

CLOSING & NETWORKING

17:30-20:00

WALKING TOUR -BUCHAREST AND EARTHQUAKES * On behalf of INFP for registered participants at GEOSCIENCE 2023

“Bucharest and Earthquakes” guided tour will be held on 9 and 10 November 2023, marking 83 years since the 1940 Vrancea earthquake (moment-magnitude 7.7). The tour will take you to central Bucharest, which was the site of many complete or partial building collapses during the 1940 and 1977 Vrancea earthquakes. You will find out also visually what went wrong back then but also what’s the current situation: why there are still so many vulnerable buildings and which are the risk reduction perspectives. Your guides will be seismologists and engineers from the National Institute of Earth Physics. On 9th November the tour starts from the Venue. The extended tour (lasts three hours) is available on 10th November and starts from University Square, at 17:00 local time.

Closing of DAY 2

Day 3

8:00-20:00
Field Trip -Slanic Prahova Salt Mine 

(Only for  Field-Trip registered participants)

Date

2023
Expired!

Time

All Day
SGAR

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SGAR

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Academia Romana
GeoEcoMar
INFP
INFP

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