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Fatiando a Terra overview for GIF, UBC

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Talk given to the Geophysical Inversion Facility (GIF), EOAS, UBC in August 2022 to introduce the Fatiando a Terra project.

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Slides https://www.santisoler.com/2022-ubc-fatiando
Demo notebook https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/santisoler/2022-ubc-fatiando/HEAD?filepath=demo.ipynb

Abstract

The Fatiando a Terra project (https://www.fatiando.org) is a collection of open-source Python libraries for geophysics which cover a range of functionalities, from data download and processing to modeling and inversion. In this opportunity we will present the two libraries that are focused on potential fields: Harmonica and Boule. Boule implements reference ellipsoids (including oblate ellipsoids, spheres, and soon triaxial ellipsoids), conversions between ellipsoidal and geocentric spherical coordinates, and normal gravity calculations. The latter are performed using analytical expressions for gravity fields at any point outside of the ellipsoid. Harmonica provides tools for processing, forward modelling, and inversion of gravity and magnetic data. We will demonstrate its use to compute Bouguer gravity disturbances by forward modelling the topography with prisms, removing a 2nd order regional trend, and interpolating it onto a regular grid at a constant height using the equivalent layer technique. Both libraries are still evolving as we continue to refine their goals and scopes. We invite everyone to get involved in the development, whether it's through coding, writing documentation, or giving feedback.

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Check the Fatiando a Terra website: https://www.fatiando.org

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This talk and the slides are based on the Fatiando a Terra: Open-source tools for geophysics talk given to the Geophysical Society of Huston (GSH) in 2021 by Leonardo Uieda, Santiago Soler and Agustina Pesce. The content of the talk can be found in https://github.com/fatiando/2021-gsh/ and it's released under a CC-BY 4.0 License.

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