Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) offers unique opportunities for acoustic sensing of the environment and is becoming more established in the seismic community and others because of its transformative potential.  The workshop will provide an overview of the technology and its principles. Presenters include vendors whose equipment is being used by earth scientists. The technology overview will be followed a discussion of data processing and tools available, along with presentations by various teams illustrating applications that include near-surface characterization, infrastructure monitoring, earthquake seismology, and geothermal reservoir monitoring.

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