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Temporary seismic deployments on Bowdoin glacier, Northwest Greenland

VAW At ETH Zurich
temporary seismic deployments associated with project "Dynamic changes of tidewater outlet glaciers: Bowdoin glacier, Northwest Greenland"

COSEISMIQ - COntrol SEISmicity and Manage Induced earthQuakes

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
Temporary broadband deployments across Hengill in Iceland associated with monitoring induced seismicity

Eastern Alpine Seismic Investigation (EASI) - AlpArray Complimentary Experiment

AlpArray Seismic Network
Location: N-S swath along 13.35°E from Eastern Bavaria to the Adriatic See

AlpArray Seismic Network (AASN) temporary component

AlpArray Seismic Network
temporary broadband station deployments for AlpArray Seismic Network.

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with building monitoring

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments associated with noise tests / structural / foundation monitoring

Temporary deployments on Greenland Ice-sheet Margin

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) & Laboratory Of Hydraulics, Hydrology And Glaciology (VAW)
Temporary seismic deployments on the Greenland Ice-sheet Margin in Western Greenland

Deployment associated with OBS deployments in Swiss Lakes

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
broadband OBS experiments across Swiss lakes in short term deployments focused on site investigation for potenital lake tsunami

CERN Seismic Network

CERN
CERN Seismic Network consists of co-lcoated broadband and strong motion stations in and around the CERN experiment perimeter crossing France and Switzerland. Sites are free-field and at-depth along the ring.

AlpArray Seismic Network (AASN) temporary component

AlpArray Seismic Network
temporary broadband station deployments for AlpArray Seismic Network.

When words and graphs move the eyes:The processing of multimodal causal relations

Parodi, Giovanni; Pontificia Universidad Católica De Valparaíso, Recio, Inés; Heidelberg University & Julio, Cristóbal; Pontificia Universidad Católica De Valparaíso
Research on causal relations in multisemiotic texts constituted by words and graphs has been scarce with only a few exceptions. In the current study, eye movement behavior was studied in seventy-six Chilean high school students, who read a set of twelve causally-related economics texts in Spanish in four experimental conditions. The objective is twofold. We aimed, on the one hand, to observe the main effects of the causal discourse marker (DM) por tanto and the...

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with landslides

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with landslides, e.g. Preonzo

Temporary deployments in Sion, Switzerland to understand 3D site amplification

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in Sion, Switzerland associated with 3D site amplification

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with glacier monitoring

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments: 1985-2020 seismological experiments on Swiss Glaciers

Eastern Alpine Seismic Investigation (EASI) - AlpArray Complimentary Experiment

AlpArray Seismic Network
Location: N-S swath along 13.35°E from Eastern Bavaria to the Adriatic See

Temporary deployments in Valais, Switzerland associated with COGEAR

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in the Valais region of Switzerland associated with the COGEAR project

Pupillary dilation response reflects surprising moments in music

Makio Kashino, Yoneya Makoto, Shigeto Furukawa & Hsin-I Liao
There are indications that the pupillary dilation response (PDR) reflects surprising moments in an auditory sequence such as the appearance of a deviant noise against repetitively presented pure tones (Liao, Yoneya, Kidani, Kashino, & Furukawa, 2016), and salient and loud sounds that are evaluated by human participants subjectively (Liao, Kidani, Yoneya, Kashino, & Furukawa, 2016). In the current study, we further examined whether the reflection of PDR in auditory surprise can be accumulated and revealed...

Central Adriatic Seismic Experiment (CASE) - AlpArray

AlpArray Seismic Network
temporary deployment as an AlpArray Complementary Experiment - CASE - Central Adriatic Seismic Experiment. Broadband network.

Visualisation and interpretation of student strategies in solving natural science-based tasks using the eye-tracker

Lukáš Laš, Petr Bujok & Škrabánková, Jana; Department Of Physics, Faculty Of Science, University Of Ostrava, Czechia
This paper presents a research on students using the Gazepoint device to visualise the practices and strategies that students used in order to solve assignments in the disciplines of natural science. The analysis of visual perception of students is complemented by a questionnaire survey for a group of respondents aged 15-16. The essence of the study was to find out how the students proceeded in monitoring assignments displayed on the screen, how they continued working...

Running COSMO-WRF on very-high resolution over complex terrain

Varun Sharma & Franziska Gerber

Comparing written and photo-based indoor wayfinding instructions through eye fixation measures and user ratings as mental effort assessments

Ralph Michels, Nina Vanhaeren, Pepijn Viaene, Alain De Wulf, Philippe De Maeyer, Nico Van De Weghe, Laure De Cock & Kristien Ooms
The use of mobile pedestrian wayfinding applications is gaining importance indoors. However, compared to outdoors, much less research has been conducted with respect to the most adequate ways to convey indoor wayfinding information to a user. An explorative study was conducted to compare two pedestrian indoor wayfinding applications, one text-based (SoleWay) and one image-based (Eyedog), in terms of mental effort. To do this, eye tracking data and mental effort ratings were collected from 29 participants...

A linear oscillator model predicts dynamic temporal attention and pupillary entrainment to rhythmic patterns

Brian K. Hurley, Petr Janata, Joy J. Geng & Lauren K. Fink
Rhythm is a ubiquitous feature of music that induces specific neural modes of processing. In this paper, we assess the potential of a stimulus-driven linear oscillator model (Tomic & Janata, 2008) to predict dynamic attention to complex musical rhythms on an instant-by-instant basis. We use perceptual thresholds and pupillometry as attentional indices against which to test our model pre- dictions. During a deviance detection task, participants listened to continuously looping, multi- instrument, rhythmic patterns, while...

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