Thread: AGU Session: Harnessing the EarthScope Data Revolution Toward Convergence

Started: 2019-07-15 15:22:15
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Dear Colleagues,

We encourage you to consider submitting an abstract to the following session at the 2019 AGU Fall Meeting:

S019. Harnessing the EarthScope Data Revolution Toward Convergence

Session Description:

EarthScope marked a geophysical data revolution during the first 15 years of the 21st century and amassed more than 100 Tb of openly accessible data, which are still informing theories on earthquake processes, near-surface processes, and deep structure beneath North America. The EarthScope program has closed and data collection is winding down. This is an opportunity to explore innovative ways to further mine and harness suboptimally-explored aspects of this data revolution. We encourage contributions that discuss novel approaches to 1) unifying research results and data sets, 2) connections to data and knowledge from fellow Earth and space disciplines, 3) new research questions inspired by Earthscope data analyses and interpretations, 4) potential for research and training reform, 5) new or virtual, or collaborative research infrastructure, 6) improving scientific outcomes by broadening participation, 7) understanding the changing Arctic, and related topics that advance our geoscientific understanding of North America and the planet.

The abstract submission site is open and the deadline for all submissions is Wednesday, 31 July at 23:59 EDT.


Suzan van der Lee, Northwestern University

Mike Williams, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Jeff Freymuller, Michigan State University

Brandon Schmandt, University of New Mexico

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