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Active Message Threads for February 2013

Harmony Begin forwarded message: > From: SCEC Information <scecinfo@usc.edu> > Subject: NSF Workshop: Drilling active tectonics and magmatism (Volcanics, Geoprisms, and Fault Zones Post-SAFOD) > Date: February 27, 2013 7:22:28 PM EST > To: scecall-l@usc.edu > Reply-To: scecinfo@usc.edu > > Forwarded workshop announcement from Jamie Kirkpatrick, Colorado State: > > Dear colleagues, > > This coming May (2013), we are convening an NSF-sponsored workshop to explore how to guide the US Contine… [more]
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Andy Frassetto
2013-02-28 00:24:24
The IRIS Early Career Investigators (ECI) Working Group is committed to the encouragement and support of mentorship opportunities and the integration of ECIs into their research and education communities. As one step in furthering these goals, the ECI Working Group requests proposals from post-doctoral fellows through pre-tenure faculty to partner with a senior scientist to conduct a research project during 2013. We seek to facilitate research interactions for those who are lone seismolo… [more]
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-------- Original Message -------- Subject: [iris-bulk] Early Career Geoscience Faculty Workshop: Teaching, Research, and Managing Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2013 15:34:18 -0800 From: IRIS Webmaster <webmaster@iris.washington.edu> To: bulkmail@iris.washington.edu Forwarded on behalf of: Michael Wysession Washington University michael@wucore.wustl.edu Early Career Geoscience Faculty Workshop: Teaching, Research, and Managing Your Career July 28-August 1, 2013 with optional trip to NSF on Frid… [more]
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-------- Original Message -------- Subject: [iris-bulk] Ocean Bottom Seismograph Workshop - October 21-22, 2013 - Save the Date! Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2013 14:36:59 -0500 From: Brent Evers <brent.evers@iris.edu> To: bulkmail@iris.washington.edu The Ocean Bottom Seismograph Instrument Pool (OBSIP) Management Office will be hosting a workshop to promote the science and applications of ocean bottom seismographs for geophysics research. A preliminary agenda for the workshop includes sessi… [more]
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The next IRIS-sponsored webinar will present "The secret lives of 'quiescent' volcanoes - clues from volcano seismology" on Tuesday February 26, 2013 from 3-4 pm ET (8-9 pm UTC). Register to attend, here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/111843866. You will then receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. The presentation and subsequent Q&A session with the speaker will be recorded and available for viewing within a few days. More information on I… [more]
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The next IRIS-sponsored webinar will present "The secret lives of 'quiescent' volcanoes - clues from volcano seismology" on February 26, 2013 from 3-4 pm ET (8-9 pm UTC). Register to attend, here:https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/111843866. You will then receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. The presentation and subsequent Q&A session with the speaker will be recorded and available for viewing within a few days. More information on IRIS webinars, in… [more]
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Alex Hutko
2013-02-20 02:03:41
Dear colleague, The IRIS DMC has set up a special events webpage for last week's meteor in Chelyabinsk, Russia as a landing spot for informal and preliminary research results, images and links of interest to the research community. Any additional contributions that may be of interest to your colleagues can be easily added in the comments section at the bottom. http://www.iris.edu/dms/nodes/dmc/specialevents/2013/02/19/chelyabinsk-russia-bollide-meteor Thank you, IRIS DMC
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Hi ECI, I don't know how many of you are on the IRIS Bulkmail list (maybe all of you), but an email went out yesterday evening talking about the new Special Events application that the IRIS DMC Data Products guys have been working on. Essentially it is a one-stop-shop collection and distribution point for new data visualizations and products associated with a specific event of interest. It is not meant to be K-12 level - it is purely for the undergrad-graduate-postgrad-researcher level. These … [more]
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Michael Hubenthal
2013-02-12 16:36:35
All, If you are interested in working with an outstanding undergraduate student this summer, please keep IRIS's Undergraduate Internship Program in mind. This program, supported by the NSF, has been highly successful at encouraging and supporting students in the geoscience career pipeline. Additionally, it has been extremely successful at meeting the expectations of the IRIS research community. - 99% of mentors strongly agreed or agreed that that they had been provided a well-qualified inter… [more]
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Please consider attending the community-organized symposium "Seismic Technology: The Road Ahead" in Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 10-11, 2013. The theme of this symposium is to examine future technology, both from the perspective of capabilities scientists and engineers are seeking and the technologies that are, or will be, in the product pipeline of the seismic technology industry. The symposium will provide a forum for perspectives from both technology users and vendors and allow gen… [more]
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Andy Frassetto
2013-02-06 19:30:44
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: [iris-bulk] Post Doctral Position at NIED Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2013 20:33:42 +0900 (JST) From: Eiichi Fukuyama <fuku@bosai.go.jp> To: bulkmail@iris.washington.edu Dear Colleagues, I would like to draw your attention to the announcement of the Post-Doc position at NIED. Please visit the following Web for details. (Please forgive me that the first two pages are in Japanese, which are the same as the following two pages) http://www.bosai.go.jp… [more]
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