Thread: IRIS WEBINAR: Seismology in Alaska: Earthquakes, bears, and high-performance computing, 2/12 at 2 PM Eastern

Started: 2020-02-05 08:55:01
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Please register for *Seismology in Alaska: Earthquakes, bears, and
high-performance computing* on *February 12, 2020 2:00 PM EST* at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7672423329042596108

*Presented by:* Dr. Carl Tape, University of Alaska Fairbanks

*Abstract:* Alaska is one of the world's prolific producers of earthquakes,
including the 2002 magnitude 7.9 strike-slip earthquake on the Denali
fault, the 1964 magnitude 9.2 subduction earthquake on the Alaskan
megathrust, and the 2018 magnitude 7.1 earthquake below Anchorage.
Earthquakes occur throughout the state and are a reminder of the active
subduction, collision, and faulting that have shaped the highest mountains
in North America. Over the past five years, seismic stations have been
deployed in some of Alaska's most inaccessible regions. New seismic data
provide opportunities to characterize new fault zones and to image complex
subsurface structures, from the underlying Pacific slab to sedimentary
basins within the crust. Complex structures produce complex earthquake
ground motion that can be modeled using high-performance computational
resources. I will discuss new seismic deployments, discoveries, and
scientific frontiers in Alaska.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the webinar. *PLEASE NOTE: *Registration does not
confirm or guarantee you will have a spot during the webinar, as we are
limited to 500 participants. Please hop on the webinar early for your best
chances to see the webinar live. Remember that all IRIS webinars are
archived for later viewing at
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD4D607C2FA317E6D

Any questions? Contact us at webinar<at>iris.edu

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