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Freymueller, Jeffrey
2021-01-31 17:37:53
The next Alaska EarthScope and Beyond seminar will be Mon February 1 3-4 pm eastern time. The talk with be: Imaging Northern Cordillera lithosphere tectonic fabric and oriented transcrustal magmatic arc structures with receiver functions Vera Schulte-Pelkum, University of Colorado The registration link for the webinar is given below: https://msu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CnIZAL8WSeWWDo3pW2Oq9w We had a great attendance last week, and we hope you will join us this coming Monday! … [more]
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Dear Colleagues, COMET (The Centre for Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tectonics) invites you to the first installment of our new COMET+ webinar series, viewable from anywhere. It'll be on Wednesday the 3rd of February 2021, at 16:00 UK time/11 AM Eastern time/8 AM Pacific/7 AM Alaska. It'll be on the topic of subduction tectonics and volcanism, specifically within the setting of Alaska and the Aleutian arc. Our tour guides will be two AWESOME researchers from the… [more]
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After the exciting webinar and panel on '*Best Practices for Seismic Posthole Emplacement*', please take a 1-hr break, and join us for an exciting webinar! Please join us on *Thursday, January 28th* at* 2:00 PM Eastern *for... *The use of nuclear magnetic resonance for understanding groundwater resources* *Presented by:* Dr. Kristina Keating, Rutgers University - Newark, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/986043… [more]
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Emplacement of seismometers in postholes has progressed greatly in the last decade through availability of purpose-built sensors and through a wide exploration of techniques by seismic network operators and principal investigators. For our purposes here, posthole emplacement can range from shallow to deep, cased to uncased, holes drilled into piers, as well as grouted in sensors. We are organizing a series of events around the theme of "Best Practices for Seismic Posthole Emplacement" that will… [more]
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After the exciting webinar and panel on '*Best Practices for Seismic Posthole Emplacement*', please take a 1-hr break, and join us for an exciting webinar! Please join us on *Thursday, January 28th* at* 2:00 PM Eastern *for... *The use of nuclear magnetic resonance for understanding groundwater resources* *Presented by:* Dr. Kristina Keating, Rutgers University - Newark, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/986043… [more]
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After the exciting webinar and panel on '*Best Practices for Seismic Posthole Emplacement*', please take a 1-hr break, and join us for an exciting webinar! Please join us on *Thursday, January 28th* at* 2:00 PM Eastern *for... *The use of nuclear magnetic resonance for understanding groundwater resources* *Presented by:* Dr. Kristina Keating, Rutgers University - Newark, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences *Abstract:* Geophysical methods can provide a non-invasive method for esti… [more]
Emplacement of seismometers in postholes has progressed greatly in the last decade through availability of purpose-built sensors and through a wide exploration of techniques by seismic network operators and principal investigators. For our purposes here, posthole emplacement can range from shallow to deep, cased to uncased, holes drilled into piers, as well as grouted in sensors. We are organizing a series of events around the theme of "Best Practices for Seismic Posthole Emplacement" that will… [more]
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Registration is open for *Terrane Assembly and Lithospheric Modification Processes in Antarctica Approached Using Magnetotelluric Geophysics* by *Dr. Phil Wannamaker (University of Utah) *on January 21 at 2:00 PM Eastern: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bnikblA5Sr-IJg0Un8uUwQ IRIS is funded by the National Science Foundation under the SAGE award (https://www.iris.edu/hq/news/story/nsf_makes_5_year_93m_award_to_iris_to_manage_the_sage_facility <https://www.iris.edu/hq/news/story/nsf_ma… [more]
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Dear Colleagues, COMET (The Centre for Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tectonics) invites you to the next installment of our webinar series, viewable from the home office. Coming up: How active volcanism changes topography: Insights from satellite InSAR measurements at Agung and Fuego Dr. Fabien Albino (University of Bristol) Wednesday the 20th of January 2021 at 16:00 UK time (GMT) Please register at: https://universityo… [more]
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