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Please register for A Taste of Python and its Capabilities on April 30, 2015 2:00 PM EDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2274597453803969794 Presenter: Emily Wolin, Northwestern University Abstract: Are you sick of processing your seismic data with a pile of ancient Fortran code precariously duct-taped together with some shell scripts? Did you gaze with envy at the beautiful plots on your neighbor's AGU poster? Do you constantly find yourself wishing you had an easy way to inter… [more]
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Please register for "*Your PASSCAL Instrument Center: How to Get Started Planning Your First (or Next) Experiment*" on April 16, 2:00 PM EDT at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1748887958839228418 *Presenter:* Megan Anderson, Associate Professor, Colorado College *Abstract:* This webinar, geared for Early Career Investigators, will serve to help unmask the inner workings of the PASSCAL instrument center in Soccoro, NM. Never been to the instrument center and thinking about writi… [more]
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Please register for "*Your PASSCAL Instrument Center: How to Get Started Planning Your First (or Next) Experiment*" on April 16, 2:00 PM EDT at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1748887958839228418 *Presenter:* Megan Anderson, Associate Professor, Colorado College *Abstract:* This webinar, geared for Early Career Investigators, will serve to help unmask the inner workings of the PASSCAL instrument center in Soccoro, NM. Never been to the instrument center and thinking about writi… [more]
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*REMINDER: Four webinars over the next week for the Workshop on **Future Seismic and Geodetic Facility Needs in the Geosciences* On May 3-6, 2015, the *Workshop on Future Seismic and Geodetic Facility Needs in the Geosciences *will be held to gather community input for NSF on the key scientific questions and emerging areas of research the geosciences community will be pursuing in 2018 and beyond, and the seismic and geodetic facility capabilities that will be required to support this res… [more]
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*Please plan to attend the 2015 EarthScope National Meeting!* The 2015 EarthScope National Meeting will be held at the Stowe Mountain Lodge in beautiful Stowe, Vermont from June 14-17. Conference highlights include the opportunity to showcase research in the poster sessions, hear firsthand results of pioneering EarthScope studies, discussions on the future after EarthScope, and the option to participate in a pre meeting field trip with local EarthScope scientists. The main meeting progra… [more]
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*Project Associate** **Ocean Bottom Seismograph Instrument Pool and Instrumentation Services* (Washington, DC) The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS, www.iris.edu) is a university research consortium dedicated to refining the understanding of the Earth through the collection and distribution of seismographic data. IRIS programs, funded by the National Science Foundation, contribute to scholarly research, education, earthquake hazard mitigation, and the verification o… [more]
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Please register for "*Advancing our understanding of the causes and consequences of upper-mantle seismic anisotropy*" on April 8, 12:00 PM EDT at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8252320016670849281 *Presenter:* Lars Hansen, Associate Professor, University of Oxford *Abstract:* Over the past 50 years, observed anisotropy in seismic wave propagation has been linked to viscous flow in Earth's upper mantle. The generally straightforward correlation of seismically fast directions wi… [more]
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*Sent on behalf of the Workshop Organizing Committee:* * Webinars and White Papers for the Workshop on * *Future Seismic and Geodetic Facility Needs in the Geosciences* On May 3-6, 2015, the *Workshop on Future Seismic and Geodetic Facility Needs in the Geosciences *will be held to gather community input for NSF on the key scientific questions and emerging areas of research the geosciences community will be pursuing in 2018 and beyond, and the seismic and geodetic facility capabilities th… [more]
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