2023 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
2018 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Nikolai M. Shapiro mainly focuses on Seismology, Seismic noise, Rayleigh wave, Surface wave and Group velocity. His study in Seismology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seismic interferometry and Love wave. His Seismic noise study combines topics in areas such as Volcano, Magma, Acoustics, Seismic velocity and Microseism.
His Rayleigh wave research includes themes of Dispersion, Ambient noise level and Shore. His Surface wave research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geophysical imaging, Tomography and USArray. His Group velocity research also works with subjects such as
Nikolai M. Shapiro spends much of his time researching Seismology, Volcano, Seismic noise, Geophysics and Surface wave. His research integrates issues of Rayleigh wave and Crust in his study of Seismology. His research in the fields of Magma overlaps with other disciplines such as Long period.
He interconnects Geodesy, Seismic velocity, Relative velocity, Noise and Microseism in the investigation of issues within Seismic noise. Nikolai M. Shapiro has included themes like Lithosphere and Coda in his Geophysics study. His study on Surface wave also encompasses disciplines like
Seismology, Volcano, Petrology, Ambient noise level and Low frequency are his primary areas of study. Seismology and Infrasound are commonly linked in his work. The Infrasound study combines topics in areas such as Southern Hemisphere, Atmosphere, Wind wave and Noise.
His work carried out in the field of Volcano brings together such families of science as Seismic tomography, Subduction, Group and Induced seismicity. His Subduction research integrates issues from Fault and Mechanics. Ambient noise level is a subfield of Acoustics that he studies.
Nikolai M. Shapiro mainly investigates Volcano, Ambient noise level, Tomography, Group and Seismology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pacific Plate and Seismogram. To a larger extent, Nikolai M. Shapiro studies Acoustics with the aim of understanding Ambient noise level.
Nikolai M. Shapiro combines subjects such as Upper crust, Geochemistry and Petrology with his study of Tomography. His Seismology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Seismic tomography.
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High-resolution surface-wave tomography from ambient seismic noise.
Nikolai M. Shapiro;Michel Campillo;Laurent Stehly;Michael H. Ritzwoller.
Processing seismic ambient noise data to obtain reliable broad-band surface wave dispersion measurements
G. D. Bensen;M. H. Ritzwoller;M. P. Barmin;A. L. Levshin.
Geophysical Journal International (2007)
Emergence of broadband Rayleigh waves from correlations of the ambient seismic noise.
N.M. Shapiro;Michel Campillo.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Monte-Carlo inversion for a global shear-velocity model of the crust and upper mantle
N. M. Shapiro;M. H. Ritzwoller.
Geophysical Journal International (2002)
Postseismic Relaxation Along the San Andreas Fault at Parkfield from Continuous Seismological Observations
Florent Brenguier;Florent Brenguier;Michel Campillo;Céline Hadziioannou;Nikolai Shapiro.
Ambient noise Rayleigh wave tomography across Europe
Yingjie Yang;Michael H. Ritzwoller;Anatoli L. Levshin;Nikolai M. Shapiro.
Geophysical Journal International (2007)
Towards forecasting volcanic eruptions using seismic noise
Florent Brenguier;Nikolai M. Shapiro;Michel Campillo;Valérie Ferrazzini.
Nature Geoscience (2008)
A study of the seismic noise from its long-range correlation properties
L. Stehly;L. Stehly;Michel Campillo;N.M. Shapiro.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Toward Forecasting Volcanic Eruptions using Seismic Noise
F. Brenguier;N. Shapiro;M. Campillo;V. Ferrazzini.
arXiv: Geophysics (2007)
Inferring surface heat flux distributions guided by a global seismic model: particular application to Antarctica
Nikolai M Shapiro;Michael H Ritzwoller.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
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