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As our News in Brief series takes a look at emerging research, examining alternately different areas and topics in the earth sciences, various experts will be invited to provide a brief look around the recent significant work conducted in their area. The selection of research papers is left up to each expert and due to the broadness of each field is not intended to be a comprehensive overview. Links to the published work are provided in each section. In this issue we’ve invited Stefan Buske, Professor of Exploration Geophysics at the technical university, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, in Germany, to select some of the latest findings in seismology. His working group focuses on the development and application of seismic imaging, inversion and modelling techniques for active and passive-source seismic data. In this third article of our series, Buske outlines the recent significant developments, studying the large-scale oscillations of the Earth and the natural and induced earthquakes, as well as the methodological advances in the remote detection of large landslides and in the reconstruction of the subsurface.
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