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The seismic cycle using ice as an analog of a fault zone and its characterization thanks to a micro-seismic monitoring of the deformation

Soutenance de thèse de Cédric LACHAUD, vendredi 15 février à 13h30, Amphi 2, IUT du Bourget du Lac

2 février 2019, par Brice Boudevillain

Jury :
- Elsa Bayart (ENS Lyon)
- Anne Mangeney (IPGP)
- David Marsan (ISTerre), supervisor
- Maurine Montagnat (IGE), supervisor
- Stefan Nielsen (Durham Univ)
- François Renard (Oslo Univ - ISTerre)

Cédric Lachaud applied seismological tools and methods to lab experiments carried out at the IGE to explore the dynamics of the deformation of a thin ice plat. Although the situation, scales, and frequencies are quite different from the ones for which they have been developed, these data processing methods have allowed us to investigate the deformation of a fault in ice under a shear loading.

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