Thread: GAGE/SAGE 2021 Community Science Workshop - virtual meeting for the geodesy and seismology

Started: 2021-06-16 07:01:19
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Dear Geophysics Community Members

We wanted to mention again that registration is open for the GAGE/SAGE 2021
Community Science Workshop


Revealing Earth Systems: Integrating Spatial and Temporal Data

This workshop stretches across disciplinary boundaries and focuses on
elements that are common to the diverse disciplines and applications within
geodesy and seismology. It highlights synergies between the geodetic and
seismic communities in time, space, and methods for approaching datasets
and changes in the Earth System. It provides an opportunity to learn about
cutting edge research, engage with other members of the community, and
expand technical skills.

The workshop will be held virtually.

The main workshop days will be Tuesday-Thursday August 17-19, 2021.

Short courses will be August 9-13 and a few other activities will be August
16 and 20.


Early bird registration is June 1-July 1 - $100 regular/$30 student

Full price registration thereafter - $130 regular/$40 student

Participants at institutions in low and low-middle income countries may
request a fee waiver (community<at>

E-lightning Poster abstract submission deadline: July 1, 2021. The abstract
submission link will be in the confirmation email sent to you after you
register. There is no additional fee for abstract submission.

Read more about deadlines, short course opportunities, and planned agenda
at the Workshop website


Plenary sessions

Behavior at and Coupling Across Key Earth Interfaces

Illuminating Transients in Earth Processes

New Approaches to Processing Big Geophysical and Geospatial Datasets

Breakout sessions

Special Interest Group sessions (SIG) for community updates and input

Professional Development Mini-courses (PDM) to learn more on certain
geophysics-related topics

Short courses -
topics include geodesy, seismology, and workplace climate

This meeting is the equivalent of the UNAVCO and IRIS Science Workshops,
which were previously held separately. The first joint workshop was held in
Portland, Oregon in October 2019.

Please contact community<at> if you have questions


*Beth Pratt-Sitaula, PhD*UNAVCO Science Education Specialist
prattsitaula<at> | 509-899-3480 |

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