Thread: IRIS Seismology Webinar: The secret lives of 'quiescent' volcanoes - clues from volcano seismology

Started: 2013-02-20 20:18:02
Last activity: 2013-02-20 20:18:02
Topics: Early Careers
The next IRIS-sponsored webinar will present "The secret lives of 'quiescent' volcanoes - clues from volcano seismology" on February 26, 2013 from 3-4 pm ET (8-9 pm UTC).

Register to attend, here:https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/111843866. You will then receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. The presentation and subsequent Q&A session with the speaker will be recorded and available for viewing within a few days. More information on IRIS webinars, including links to previously recorded presentations and related materials, may be found here:http://www.iris.edu/hq/webinar/

Presenter: Dr. Diana Roman, Carnegie Institute of Washington - Department of Terrestrial Magnetism

Summary: Magmatic processes generate a wide range of seismological phenomena, and a dramatic increase in seismicity is often one of the earliest observable precursors to a volcanic eruption. With the spread of permanent monitoring networks on volcanoes in recent decades, it has become evident, however, that many episodes of volcano-seismic unrest do not culminate in eruptions, complicating efforts to understand the processes driving seismic activity in volcanic settings. This presentation will focus on the unique challenges of conducting seismology research on volcanoes, and will highlight several examples of volcano-seismic unrest at 'quiescent' volcanoes in Alaska, Montserrat, and Nicaragua.

You may contact Andy Frassetto (andyf<at>iris.edu) with any inquiries.

System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Macintosh®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer


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