Thread: Two SSA announcements that have not posted?

Started: 2018-12-07 00:43:20
Last activity: 2018-12-08 06:23:26
Charlotte Rowe
2018-12-07 00:43:20
Hi, I submitted announcements for two SSA sessions on Tuesday and neither has posted yet. Did I do something wrong? both were sent to ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu.


Please see below:


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first announcement was:



Dear volcanophiles:


Please consider participating in our special session,


The 2018 Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai'i


The session description is as follows:


The 2018 volcano-seismic activity on Kīlauea, Hawaiʻi manifested in three distinct phases: (1) a magma intrusion along the Lower East Rift Zone, beginning 30 April, resulting in eruptive fissures that eventually produced the highest flow rates ever recorded at Kīlauea; (2) a M6.9 earthquake on 4 May located under the south flank of Kīlauea; the second largest event in Hawaii instrumented history; and (3) the episodic collapse of Halemaʻumaʻu crater at the Kīlauea summit from mid-May to early-August. Advances in techniques to assess the temporal evolution of seismicity, seismic parameters and structure and to link changes to dynamic shifts in eruption behavior, are exciting advances in monitoring, particularly techniques that do so in a largely automated fashion. This session will focus on improving our scientific understanding of seismicity with respect to volcanic and tectonic activity at Kīlauea, the 2018 M6.9 event, caldera collapse processes and advances in techniques that address the temporal evolution of seismic parameters that may accompany these eruptive phases. We invite contributions that include new observations, modeling and other pertinent studies. Topics include, but are not limited to: automated or semi-automated location methods, source rupture processes, foreshock and aftershock studies, early warning systems and geophysical imaging. We seek contributions from diverse fields to facilitate a multi-disciplinary discussion.


Conveners


Jefferson C. Chang, U.S. Geological Survey (jchang<at>usgs.gov)

Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov)

Ellen M. Syracuse, Los Alamos National Laboratory (syracuse<at>lanl.gov)



Note: SSA is accepting abstracts now, but only through January 11, 2019.

Thank you, and we hope to see you in Seattle!


Char


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second announcement was:




Just to flood your in-boxes yet more in today's flurry to solicit abstracts:


Please consider contributing to our special session on Ocean Floor Seismology at the SSA 2019 meeting in Seattle.


Advances in Ocean Floor Seismology

Marine seismology has enjoyed a rapid growth in recent years, as significant advances have been realized in sensors, deployment and data recovery methods. Continued development of these technologies have led to greater capability to pose, and answer, more questions regarding the tectonics, seismicity and geodynamics associated with the ocean floors. We invite contributions detailing not only recent and ongoing seismological research on the ocean floors, but also focusing on hardware, software and deployment innovations that can facilitate new revelations for ocean bottom seismological research.


Conveners


Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov)

Susan M. Bilek, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (sbilek<at>nmt.edu)

Michael L. Begnaud, Los Alamos National Laboratory (mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov)



We hope to see you in Seattle! Note: abstrcts must be submitted no later than 11 January, 2019.


Thank you,


Char

(on behalf of the conveners)



*******************************
Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
EES-17, MS F-665
Seismologist, Geophysics Group
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Ph: 505-665-6404, Cell: 505-500-2486
B-Schedule

"Never eat more than you can lift"
-------- Miss Piggy

************* Correspondence ***************

  • adam@iris.washington.edu
    2018-12-07 22:22:08
    Hi Charlotte,

    Both of these posted on 12/5, if you didn't get them it usually means that they got intercepted by a spam filter or something similar.

    You can verify these on the website (they don't appear here until after they have been mailed out successfully):
    http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/thread/4826/
    http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/thread/4825/

    Cheers,
    Adam

    ----------------------
    Adam Clark
    Web Developer / Admin
    IRIS Data Management Center
    adam<at>iris.washington.edu



    On Dec 7, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Charlotte Rowe <char<at>lanl.gov> wrote:

    Hi, I submitted announcements for two SSA sessions on Tuesday and neither has posted yet. Did I do something wrong? both were sent to ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu <ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>.

    Please see below:

    ------------------------------------
    first announcement was:


    Dear volcanophiles:

    Please consider participating in our special session,

    The 2018 Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai'i

    The session description is as follows:

    The 2018 volcano-seismic activity on Kīlauea, Hawaiʻi manifested in three distinct phases: (1) a magma intrusion along the Lower East Rift Zone, beginning 30 April, resulting in eruptive fissures that eventually produced the highest flow rates ever recorded at Kīlauea; (2) a M6.9 earthquake on 4 May located under the south flank of Kīlauea; the second largest event in Hawaii instrumented history; and (3) the episodic collapse of Halemaʻumaʻu crater at the Kīlauea summit from mid-May to early-August. Advances in techniques to assess the temporal evolution of seismicity, seismic parameters and structure and to link changes to dynamic shifts in eruption behavior, are exciting advances in monitoring, particularly techniques that do so in a largely automated fashion. This session will focus on improving our scientific understanding of seismicity with respect to volcanic and tectonic activity at Kīlauea, the 2018 M6.9 event, caldera collapse processes and advances in techniques that address the temporal evolution of seismic parameters that may accompany these eruptive phases. We invite contributions that include new observations, modeling and other pertinent studies. Topics include, but are not limited to: automated or semi-automated location methods, source rupture processes, foreshock and aftershock studies, early warning systems and geophysical imaging. We seek contributions from diverse fields to facilitate a multi-disciplinary discussion.

    Conveners

    Jefferson C. Chang, U.S. Geological Survey (jchang<at>usgs.gov <jchang<at>usgs.gov>)

    Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov <char<at>lanl.gov>)

    Ellen M. Syracuse, Los Alamos National Laboratory (syracuse<at>lanl.gov <syracuse<at>lanl.gov>)


    Note: SSA is accepting abstracts now, but only through January 11, 2019.
    Thank you, and we hope to see you in Seattle!

    Char

    -------------------------------------------------
    second announcement was:



    Just to flood your in-boxes yet more in today's flurry to solicit abstracts:

    Please consider contributing to our special session on Ocean Floor Seismology at the SSA 2019 meeting in Seattle.

    Advances in Ocean Floor Seismology
    Marine seismology has enjoyed a rapid growth in recent years, as significant advances have been realized in sensors, deployment and data recovery methods. Continued development of these technologies have led to greater capability to pose, and answer, more questions regarding the tectonics, seismicity and geodynamics associated with the ocean floors. We invite contributions detailing not only recent and ongoing seismological research on the ocean floors, but also focusing on hardware, software and deployment innovations that can facilitate new revelations for ocean bottom seismological research.

    Conveners

    Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov)

    Susan M. Bilek, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (sbilek<at>nmt.edu <sbilek<at>nmt.edu>)

    Michael L. Begnaud, Los Alamos National Laboratory (mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov <mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov>)


    We hope to see you in Seattle! Note: abstrcts must be submitted no later than 11 January, 2019.

    Thank you,

    Char
    (on behalf of the conveners)


    *******************************
    Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
    EES-17, MS F-665
    Seismologist, Geophysics Group
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Ph: 505-665-6404 <tel:505-665-6404>, Cell: 505-500-2486 <tel:505-500-2486>
    B-Schedule

    "Never eat more than you can lift"
    -------- Miss Piggy

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    • Charlotte Rowe
      2018-12-08 06:23:26
      no, not a spam filter. But I guess I"ll have to take your word for it.


      thanks.


      *******************************
      Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
      EES-17, MS F-665
      Seismologist, Geophysics Group
      Los Alamos National Laboratory
      Ph: 505-665-6404, Cell: 505-500-2486
      B-Schedule

      "Never eat more than you can lift"
      -------- Miss Piggy

      ************* Correspondence ***************


      ________________________________
      From: Adam Clark <adam<at>iris.washington.edu>
      Sent: Friday, December 7, 2018 3:22 PM
      To: Rowe, Char
      Cc: IRIS Website Help
      Subject: Re: [IRIS][iris-website-help] Two SSA announcements that have not posted?

      Hi Charlotte,

      Both of these posted on 12/5, if you didn't get them it usually means that they got intercepted by a spam filter or something similar.

      You can verify these on the website (they don't appear here until after they have been mailed out successfully):
      http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/thread/4826/
      http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/thread/4825/

      Cheers,
      Adam

      ----------------------
      Adam Clark
      Web Developer / Admin
      IRIS Data Management Center
      adam<at>iris.washington.edu<adam<at>iris.washington.edu>



      On Dec 7, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Charlotte Rowe <char<at>lanl.gov<char<at>lanl.gov>> wrote:

      Hi, I submitted announcements for two SSA sessions on Tuesday and neither has posted yet. Did I do something wrong? both were sent to ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu<ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>.

      Please see below:

      ------------------------------------
      first announcement was:



      Dear volcanophiles:

      Please consider participating in our special session,

      The 2018 Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai'i

      The session description is as follows:

      The 2018 volcano-seismic activity on Kīlauea, Hawaiʻi manifested in three distinct phases: (1) a magma intrusion along the Lower East Rift Zone, beginning 30 April, resulting in eruptive fissures that eventually produced the highest flow rates ever recorded at Kīlauea; (2) a M6.9 earthquake on 4 May located under the south flank of Kīlauea; the second largest event in Hawaii instrumented history; and (3) the episodic collapse of Halemaʻumaʻu crater at the Kīlauea summit from mid-May to early-August. Advances in techniques to assess the temporal evolution of seismicity, seismic parameters and structure and to link changes to dynamic shifts in eruption behavior, are exciting advances in monitoring, particularly techniques that do so in a largely automated fashion. This session will focus on improving our scientific understanding of seismicity with respect to volcanic and tectonic activity at Kīlauea, the 2018 M6.9 event, caldera collapse processes and advances in techniques that address the temporal evolution of seismic parameters that may accompany these eruptive phases. We invite contributions that include new observations, modeling and other pertinent studies. Topics include, but are not limited to: automated or semi-automated location methods, source rupture processes, foreshock and aftershock studies, early warning systems and geophysical imaging. We seek contributions from diverse fields to facilitate a multi-disciplinary discussion.

      Conveners

      Jefferson C. Chang, U.S. Geological Survey (jchang<at>usgs.gov<jchang<at>usgs.gov>)

      Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov<char<at>lanl.gov>)

      Ellen M. Syracuse, Los Alamos National Laboratory (syracuse<at>lanl.gov<syracuse<at>lanl.gov>)


      Note: SSA is accepting abstracts now, but only through January 11, 2019.
      Thank you, and we hope to see you in Seattle!

      Char

      -------------------------------------------------
      second announcement was:




      Just to flood your in-boxes yet more in today's flurry to solicit abstracts:

      Please consider contributing to our special session on Ocean Floor Seismology at the SSA 2019 meeting in Seattle.

      Advances in Ocean Floor Seismology
      Marine seismology has enjoyed a rapid growth in recent years, as significant advances have been realized in sensors, deployment and data recovery methods. Continued development of these technologies have led to greater capability to pose, and answer, more questions regarding the tectonics, seismicity and geodynamics associated with the ocean floors. We invite contributions detailing not only recent and ongoing seismological research on the ocean floors, but also focusing on hardware, software and deployment innovations that can facilitate new revelations for ocean bottom seismological research.

      Conveners

      Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov)

      Susan M. Bilek, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (sbilek<at>nmt.edu<sbilek<at>nmt.edu>)

      Michael L. Begnaud, Los Alamos National Laboratory (mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov<mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov>)


      We hope to see you in Seattle! Note: abstrcts must be submitted no later than 11 January, 2019.

      Thank you,

      Char
      (on behalf of the conveners)


      *******************************
      Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
      EES-17, MS F-665
      Seismologist, Geophysics Group
      Los Alamos National Laboratory
      Ph: 505-665-6404<tel:505-665-6404>, Cell: 505-500-2486<tel:505-500-2486>
      B-Schedule

      "Never eat more than you can lift"
      -------- Miss Piggy

      ************* Correspondence ***************

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      • adam@iris.washington.edu
        2018-12-07 23:41:54
        Hi Charlotte,

        I just realized another possibility -- the email that gets sent out to the list is (depending on the method of identification) the same email that you sent, so when you receive your own email from the list, your email client may treat it as a duplicate of the existing email in your "sent" folder. This shouldn't cause the incoming email to be discarded, but it's a bit of an ambiguous situation, and one fun thing about email is that anything that isn't 100% straightforward is pretty much guaranteed not to be handled consistently across email clients.

        There are various reasons for not changing the basic identity of the message as it gets forwarded through the mailing list, but I will look into what options we might have to address the possibility that messages are getting thrown out as duplicates here.

        Cheers,
        Adam

        ----------------------
        Adam Clark
        Web Developer / Admin
        IRIS Data Management Center
        adam<at>iris.washington.edu



        On Dec 7, 2018, at 2:23 PM, Rowe, Char <char<at>lanl.gov> wrote:

        no, not a spam filter. But I guess I"ll have to take your word for it.

        thanks.

        *******************************
        Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
        EES-17, MS F-665
        Seismologist, Geophysics Group
        Los Alamos National Laboratory
        Ph: 505-665-6404 <tel:505-665-6404>, Cell: 505-500-2486 <tel:505-500-2486>
        B-Schedule

        "Never eat more than you can lift"
        -------- Miss Piggy

        ************* Correspondence ***************


        From: Adam Clark <adam<at>iris.washington.edu>
        Sent: Friday, December 7, 2018 3:22 PM
        To: Rowe, Char
        Cc: IRIS Website Help
        Subject: Re: [IRIS][iris-website-help] Two SSA announcements that have not posted?

        Hi Charlotte,

        Both of these posted on 12/5, if you didn't get them it usually means that they got intercepted by a spam filter or something similar.

        You can verify these on the website (they don't appear here until after they have been mailed out successfully):
        http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/thread/4826/
        http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/thread/4825/

        Cheers,
        Adam

        ----------------------
        Adam Clark
        Web Developer / Admin
        IRIS Data Management Center
        adam<at>iris.washington.edu <adam<at>iris.washington.edu>



        On Dec 7, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Charlotte Rowe <char<at>lanl.gov <char<at>lanl.gov>> wrote:

        Hi, I submitted announcements for two SSA sessions on Tuesday and neither has posted yet. Did I do something wrong? both were sent to ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu <ssa-meetings<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>.

        Please see below:

        ------------------------------------
        first announcement was:


        Dear volcanophiles:

        Please consider participating in our special session,

        The 2018 Eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai'i

        The session description is as follows:

        The 2018 volcano-seismic activity on Kīlauea, Hawaiʻi manifested in three distinct phases: (1) a magma intrusion along the Lower East Rift Zone, beginning 30 April, resulting in eruptive fissures that eventually produced the highest flow rates ever recorded at Kīlauea; (2) a M6.9 earthquake on 4 May located under the south flank of Kīlauea; the second largest event in Hawaii instrumented history; and (3) the episodic collapse of Halemaʻumaʻu crater at the Kīlauea summit from mid-May to early-August. Advances in techniques to assess the temporal evolution of seismicity, seismic parameters and structure and to link changes to dynamic shifts in eruption behavior, are exciting advances in monitoring, particularly techniques that do so in a largely automated fashion. This session will focus on improving our scientific understanding of seismicity with respect to volcanic and tectonic activity at Kīlauea, the 2018 M6.9 event, caldera collapse processes and advances in techniques that address the temporal evolution of seismic parameters that may accompany these eruptive phases. We invite contributions that include new observations, modeling and other pertinent studies. Topics include, but are not limited to: automated or semi-automated location methods, source rupture processes, foreshock and aftershock studies, early warning systems and geophysical imaging. We seek contributions from diverse fields to facilitate a multi-disciplinary discussion.

        Conveners

        Jefferson C. Chang, U.S. Geological Survey (jchang<at>usgs.gov <jchang<at>usgs.gov>)

        Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov <char<at>lanl.gov>)

        Ellen M. Syracuse, Los Alamos National Laboratory (syracuse<at>lanl.gov <syracuse<at>lanl.gov>)


        Note: SSA is accepting abstracts now, but only through January 11, 2019.
        Thank you, and we hope to see you in Seattle!

        Char

        -------------------------------------------------
        second announcement was:



        Just to flood your in-boxes yet more in today's flurry to solicit abstracts:

        Please consider contributing to our special session on Ocean Floor Seismology at the SSA 2019 meeting in Seattle.

        Advances in Ocean Floor Seismology
        Marine seismology has enjoyed a rapid growth in recent years, as significant advances have been realized in sensors, deployment and data recovery methods. Continued development of these technologies have led to greater capability to pose, and answer, more questions regarding the tectonics, seismicity and geodynamics associated with the ocean floors. We invite contributions detailing not only recent and ongoing seismological research on the ocean floors, but also focusing on hardware, software and deployment innovations that can facilitate new revelations for ocean bottom seismological research.

        Conveners

        Charlotte A. Rowe, Los Alamos National Laboratory (char<at>lanl.gov)

        Susan M. Bilek, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (sbilek<at>nmt.edu <sbilek<at>nmt.edu>)

        Michael L. Begnaud, Los Alamos National Laboratory (mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov <mbegnaud<at>lanl.gov>)


        We hope to see you in Seattle! Note: abstrcts must be submitted no later than 11 January, 2019.

        Thank you,

        Char
        (on behalf of the conveners)


        *******************************
        Dr. Charlotte A. Rowe
        EES-17, MS F-665
        Seismologist, Geophysics Group
        Los Alamos National Laboratory
        Ph: 505-665-6404 <tel:505-665-6404>, Cell: 505-500-2486 <tel:505-500-2486>
        B-Schedule

        "Never eat more than you can lift"
        -------- Miss Piggy

        ************* Correspondence ***************

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