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Why don't tomographic models have error bars?

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Inverse problems are ubiquitous in geophysics, and constitute one of the main ways we can learn about the Earth. A notable example being the use of seismic tomography to construct models of the Earth’s interior structure. In this talk we describe, in a non-technical manner, the importance of quantifying uncertainty in the solution of such inverse problems, and the difficulties inherent in any attempt to do so.

This talk is part of the Department of Earth Sciences Seminars (downtown) series.

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