Sessions and Keynote Speakers
1. Models for fluid migration in the subducting material and along/across the subduction interface
1.1. Fluids in megathrust fault zones – Taras Gerya
1.2. Fluid pathways in the slab crust and the role of the subduction interface – Rachel Lauer
1.3. Fluid pathways in the slab and the mantle wedge – Johannes Vrijmoed
2. Crust/lithosphere-scale models for magma transport
2.1. Spatial distribution of volcanoes – Richard Katz
2.2. Dynamics of volcanic plumbing systems – Janine Kavanagh
2.3. Patterns of crustal magma transport – Tobias Keller
3. Models for microscopic and short-time-scale mechanisms
3.1. Rock deformation and hydraulic fracturing – Pengcheng Fu
3.2. Micromechanics of rock deformation and macroscopic fluid transport – Viktoriya Yarushina
4. Integrating/Bridging processes and models across scales
4.1. Fluid interactions – Eric Sonnenthal
4.2. Advancement through multi-scale modeling – Diane Arcay
4.3. Numerical challenges – Cian Wilson
Identify the key processes at different temporal and spatial scales that are critical to fluid migration.
Identify the disconnects among models of different scales and/or mechanisms and the knowledge gaps among modelers.
Synthesize and direct existing efforts towards building a framework for fluid migration modeling for earthquake and volcano systems.
Build a community plan for an integrative fluid migration modeling framework for earthquake and volcano systems.