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Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures

Lecocq, Thomas, et al. (2020), Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures, Science, doi:10.1126/science.abd2438.

Abstract
Human activity causes vibrations that propagate into the ground as high-frequency seismic waves. Measures to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic caused widespread changes in human activity, leading to a months-long reduction in seismic noise of up to 50\%. The 2020 seismic noise quiet period is the longest and most prominent global anthropogenic seismic noise reduction on record. While the reduction is strongest at surface seismometers in populated areas, this seismic quiescence extends for many kilometers radially and hundreds of meters in depth. This provides an opportunity to detect subtle signals from subsurface seismic sources that would have been concealed in noisier times and to benchmark sources of anthropogenic noise. A strong correlation between seismic noise and independent measurements of human mobility suggests that seismology provides an absolute, real-time estimate of population dynamics.
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@article{id2612,
  author = {Thomas Lecocq and Stephen P. Hicks and Koen Van Noten and Kasper van Wijk and Paula Koelemeijer and Raphael S. M. De Plaen and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rick Massin and Gregor Hillers and Robert E. Anthony and Maria-Theresia Apoloner and Mario Arroyo-Sol{\'o}rzano and Jelle D. Assink and Pinar B{\"u}y{\"u}kakp{{\i}}nar and Andrea Cannata and Flavio Cannavo and Sebastian Carrasco and Corentin Caudron and Esteban J. Chaves and David G. Cornwell and David Craig and Olivier F. C. den Ouden and Jordi Diaz and Stefanie Donner and Christos P. Evangelidis and L{\"a}slo Evers and Benoit Fauville and Gonzalo A. Fernandez and Dimitrios Giannopoulos and Steven J. Gibbons and T{\'a}rsilo Girona and Bogdan Grecu and Marc Grunberg and Gy{\"o}rgy Het{\'e}nyi and Anna Horleston and Adolfo Inza and Jessica C. E. Irving and Mohammadreza Jamalreyhani and Alan Kafka and Mathijs R. Koymans and Celeste R. Labedz and Eric Larose and Nathaniel J. Lindsey and Mika McKinnon and Tobias Megies and Meghan S. Miller and William Minarik and Louis Moresi and V{{\'\i}}ctor H. M{\'a}rquez-Ram{{\'\i}}rez and Martin M{\"o}llhoff and Ian M. Nesbitt and Shankho Niyogi and Javier Ojeda and Adrien Oth and Simon Proud and Jay Pulli and Lise Retailleau and Annukka E. Rintam{\"a}ki and Claudio Satriano and Martha K. Savage and Shahar Shani-Kadmiel and Reinoud Sleeman and Efthimios Sokos and Klaus Stammler and Alexander E. Stott and Shiba Subedi and Mathilde B. S{{\o}}rensen and Taka\textquoterightaki Taira and Mar Tapia and Fatih Turhan and Ben van der Pluijm and Mark Vanstone and Jerome Vergne and Tommi A. T. Vuorinen and Tristram Warren and Joachim Wassermann and Han Xiao},
  journal = {Science},
  title = {{Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures}},
  year = {2020},
  language = {en},
  url = {https://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2020/07/22/science.abd2438},
  doi = {10.1126/science.abd2438},
}
EndNote
%0 Journal Article
%A Lecocq, Thomas
%A Hicks, Stephen P.
%A Van Noten, Koen
%A van Wijk, Kasper
%A Koelemeijer, Paula
%A De Plaen, Raphael S. M.
%A Massin, Frédérick
%A Hillers, Gregor
%A Anthony, Robert E.
%A Apoloner, Maria-Theresia
%A Arroyo-Solórzano, Mario
%A Assink, Jelle D.
%A Büyükakpınar, Pinar
%A Cannata, Andrea
%A Cannavo, Flavio
%A Carrasco, Sebastian
%A Caudron, Corentin
%A Chaves, Esteban J.
%A Cornwell, David G.
%A Craig, David
%A den Ouden, Olivier F. C.
%A Diaz, Jordi
%A Donner, Stefanie
%A Evangelidis, Christos P.
%A Evers, Läslo
%A Fauville, Benoit
%A Fernandez, Gonzalo A.
%A Giannopoulos, Dimitrios
%A Gibbons, Steven J.
%A Girona, Társilo
%A Grecu, Bogdan
%A Grunberg, Marc
%A Hetényi, György
%A Horleston, Anna
%A Inza, Adolfo
%A Irving, Jessica C. E.
%A Jamalreyhani, Mohammadreza
%A Kafka, Alan
%A Koymans, Mathijs R.
%A Labedz, Celeste R.
%A Larose, Eric
%A Lindsey, Nathaniel J.
%A McKinnon, Mika
%A Megies, Tobias
%A Miller, Meghan S.
%A Minarik, William
%A Moresi, Louis
%A Márquez-Ramírez, Víctor H.
%A Möllhoff, Martin
%A Nesbitt, Ian M.
%A Niyogi, Shankho
%A Ojeda, Javier
%A Oth, Adrien
%A Proud, Simon
%A Pulli, Jay
%A Retailleau, Lise
%A Rintamäki, Annukka E.
%A Satriano, Claudio
%A Savage, Martha K.
%A Shani-Kadmiel, Shahar
%A Sleeman, Reinoud
%A Sokos, Efthimios
%A Stammler, Klaus
%A Stott, Alexander E.
%A Subedi, Shiba
%A Sørensen, Mathilde B.
%A Taira, Taka\textquoterightaki
%A Tapia, Mar
%A Turhan, Fatih
%A van der Pluijm, Ben
%A Vanstone, Mark
%A Vergne, Jerome
%A Vuorinen, Tommi A. T.
%A Warren, Tristram
%A Wassermann, Joachim
%A Xiao, Han
%D 2020
%J Science
%T Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures
%U https://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2020/07/22/science.abd2438
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