Thread: Global Seismographic Network (GSN) - Special Interest Group Meeting - AGU - December 12, 2019 12:30 - 2:00 pm

Started: 2019-12-02 14:45:48
Last activity: 2019-12-08 11:10:23
Dear Colleagues,

Please consider attending a special interest group during AGU 2019 entitled

    "*Updating GSN Design Goals to Enable New Discoveries*"

*Date:*    Thursday, December 12, 2019
*Time: *  12:30 to 2:00 pmPacific Time
*Where*:  Hotel Zelos12 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94103MOMA Room*
**RSVP:*    Katrin.hafner<at>iris.edu (so that we can get an estimate for
lunch orders)

*Conveners:*

     Katrin Hafner, IRIS GSN Program Manager
     Pete Davis, Executive Director, Project IDA, UCSD
     David Wilson, Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory,
Scientist-in-Charge, USGS

The GSN is beginning the process of updating the network’s design goals
(last revised in 2002), in light of newly available analysis techniques,
new geophysical discoveries, and recent 21st century technology advances
in sensor hardware, lower power systems, telemetry and data acquisition
and processing software. *As such we are seeking community input on
updating the GSN Design Goals to reflect evolving basic scientific
research and earthquake monitoring needs.*  Emphasis will be placed on
updating the desired scientific observations that the GSN should provide
over the actual hardware requirements and specifications.

We plan to start off the SIG with a few short presentations describing
current research using GSN data.   We would then like to gather
community input on such questions as:

    1) What does the GSN do very well?  What unique observation
capabilities sets it apart from other seismic networks?

    2) What specific research capabilities does it provide to the
community?

    3) What new types of measurements should the GSN be trying to make?

    4) What additional measurements would help to expand the usage of
the seismic data?

    5) Are there locations where additional data would be useful?

    6) The GSN has infrasound sensors deployed at approximately 22
stations -  how useful are these data?

We hope to see you on Thursday, December 12th at 12:30 pm. Please
remember to RSVP if you would like us to provide lunch.

--

Katrin Hafner

Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS)
IRIS GSN Program Manager

Phone: 1-(509)899-5449
e-mail:katrin.hafner<at>iris.edu
http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/gsn


  • Dear Colleagues,

    I hope your AGU meetings start off well.  There are still some spaces
    available, and lunch will be provided.  RSVP if possible

    Hope to see you on Thursday.

    Katrin Hafner
    GSN Program Manager


    On 12/2/19 2:45 PM, Katrin Hafner wrote:
    Dear Colleagues,

    Please consider attending a special interest group during AGU 2019
    entitled

        "*Updating GSN Design Goals to Enable New Discoveries*"

    *Date:*    Thursday, December 12, 2019
    *Time: *  12:30 to 2:00 pmPacific Time
    *Where*:  Hotel Zelos12 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94103MOMA Room*
    **RSVP:* Katrin.hafner<at>iris.edu (so that we can get an estimate for
    lunch orders)

    *Conveners:*

         Katrin Hafner, IRIS GSN Program Manager
         Pete Davis, Executive Director, Project IDA, UCSD
         David Wilson, Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory,
    Scientist-in-Charge, USGS

    The GSN is beginning the process of updating the network’s design
    goals (last revised in 2002), in light of newly available analysis
    techniques, new geophysical discoveries, and recent 21st century
    technology advances in sensor hardware, lower power systems, telemetry
    and data acquisition and processing software. *As such we are seeking
    community input on updating the GSN Design Goals to reflect evolving
    basic scientific research and earthquake monitoring needs.*  Emphasis
    will be placed on updating the desired scientific observations that
    the GSN should provide over the actual hardware requirements and
    specifications.

    We plan to start off the SIG with a few short presentations describing
    current research using GSN data.   We would then like to gather
    community input on such questions as:

        1) What does the GSN do very well?  What unique observation
    capabilities sets it apart from other seismic networks?

        2) What specific research capabilities does it provide to the
    community?

        3) What new types of measurements should the GSN be trying to make?

        4) What additional measurements would help to expand the usage of
    the seismic data?

        5) Are there locations where additional data would be useful?

        6) The GSN has infrasound sensors deployed at approximately 22
    stations -  how useful are these data?

    We hope to see you on Thursday, December 12th at 12:30 pm. Please
    remember to RSVP if you would like us to provide lunch.

    --

    Katrin Hafner

    Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS)
    IRIS GSN Program Manager

    Phone: 1-(509)899-5449
    e-mail:katrin.hafner<at>iris.edu
    http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/gsn

    --

    Katrin Hafner

    Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS)
    IRIS GSN Program Manager

    Phone: 1-(509)899-5449
    e-mail: katrin.hafner<at>iris.edu
    http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/gsn


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