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Active Message Threads for August 2014

Andrew Frassetto
2014-08-30 22:11:53
Hi all, For those who have been out of their PhD for a few years already, please consider applying to this Geophysics rotator (1- to 2-year) position at NSF. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/371116000 Cheers, A
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Monday, September 8rd, 2-4 PM EDT / 11 AM-1 PM PDT Convenors: Rick Aster (Rick.Aster@ColoState.EDU) and Ved Lekic (ved.lekic@gmail.com <mailto:ved.lekic@gmail.com>) *Registration required -- see below. The workshop will be recorded and posted online. * Evolving technologies will allow the deployment of much denser uniform and multi-scale seismic arrays/networks that are capable of recording increasingly well-sampled wavefields, thus reducing or eliminating spatial aliasing. The resultin… [more]
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Wednesday, September 3rd, 2-4 PM EDT / 11 AM-1 PM PDT Convenors: Seth Moran (smoran@usgs.gov) and Rick Aster (Rick.Aster@ColoState.EDU) *Registration required -- see below. The workshop will be recorded and posted online. * Evolving technologies will allow the deployment of much denser uniform and multi-scale seismic arrays/networks that are capable of recording increasingly well-sampled wavefields, thus reducing or eliminating spatial aliasing. The resulting datasets will enable new me… [more]
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Friday, August 22nd, 2-4 PM EDT / 11 AM-1 PM PDT Convenors: Chuck Ammon (cja12@psu.edu) and Ved Lekic (ved.lekic@gmail.com) *Registration required -- see below. The workshop will be recorded and posted online. * Evolving technologies will allow the deployment of much denser uniform and multi-scale seismic arrays/networks that are capable of recording increasingly well-sampled wavefields, thus reducing or eliminating spatial aliasing. The resulting datasets will enable new methods that c… [more]
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