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Active Message Threads for February 2020

Please join us for an hour-long virtual breakout session to learn about and discuss a variety of marine geohazards, related science objectives, and instrumentation/methods needed for rapidly responding to these hazards with ocean bottom seismographs. When: Tuesday, February 25th @ 2 pm ET Host: Nathan Miller, U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center Invited speakers: Jackie Caplan-Auerbach, Western Washington University Gabrielle Tepp, USGS Rufus Catchings, USGS Joc… [more]
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Jerry Carter
2020-02-20 11:38:02
Dear Colleagues, The IRIS DMC recently ended its support of full-SEED and we wanted to thank-you for your patience and understanding through the transition. We sincerely hope that the impact on your workflows was minimal and that you have been able to take advantage of our web services to improve your interaction with the data at the DMC. Some of you may be wondering why we ended full-SEED support, which has been a BREQ_FAST staple for decades. Unfortunately, full-SEED is no longer able to … [more]
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Please join us for an hour-long virtual breakout session to learn about and discuss a variety of marine geohazards, related science objectives, and instrumentation/methods needed for rapidly responding to these hazards with ocean bottom seismographs. When: Tuesday, February 25th @ 2 pm ET Host: Nathan Miller, U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center Invited speakers: Jackie Caplan-Auerbach, Western Washington University Gabrielle Tepp, USGS Rufus Catchings, USGS Joc… [more]
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Emilie Hooft
2020-02-12 19:59:20
Cascadia2020 Project - Opportunity for Students and Postdocs We hope to recruit field helpers to put 700 small temporary seismometers in the Oregon and southern Washington Coast Ranges this summer. We would install the instruments at the end of May and recover them at the end of June and the second week of July. The Cascadia2020 (https://blogs.uoregon.edu/cascadia2020/) project aims to create a model of the subsurface to better understand seismic hazards associated with the Cascadia Subdu… [more]
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Michael Hubenthal
2020-02-12 15:43:23
All, The IRIS undergraduate internship program is seeking another cohort of awesome mentors for summer 2020! We have already received some applications, but are in need of a few more to provide experiences for all of our interns this summer! The deadline to apply to mentor an intern during the summer of 2020 is approaching (2/15/20)! If you are interested in learning more about the program, or wish to apply please visit https://www.iris.edu/hq/internship/hosts or contact me directly! Yo… [more]
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Please join us for an hour-long virtual breakout session to learn about and discuss a variety of marine geohazards, related science objectives, and instrumentation/methods needed for rapidly responding to these hazards with ocean bottom seismographs. When: Tuesday, February 25th @ 2 pm ET Host: Nathan Miller, U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center Invited speakers: Jackie Caplan-Auerbach, Western Washington University Gabrielle Tepp, USGS Rufus Catchings, USGS Joc… [more]
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On January 28th, the joint IRIS/UNAVCO negotiation committee held its 2nd meeting. UNAVCO’s new president, Dr. Rebecca Bendick, joined the committee, as did IRIS’ Director of Instrumentation Services, Bob Woodward. The meeting was positive and productive, reaffirming our shared values and the complementary strengths of our two consortia. Topics included: Recent meetings between IRIS and UNAVCO and NSF staff in the Large Facilities Office, as well as the newly released NSF Dear Colleague Letter… [more]
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Dear IRIS Colleagues, The IRIS Board of Directors wishes to draw your attention to the Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) on the “Competition of Operations of an NSF-supported Geophysical Facility to Succeed the GAGE and SAGE Facilities” issued by NSF on January 23rd (https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2020/nsf20037/nsf20037.jsp <https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nsf.gov%2Fpubs%2F2020%2Fnsf20037%2Fnsf20037.jsp&data=02%7C01%7CRick.Aster%40colostate.edu%7Cf2637e8f13244c08c8db0… [more]
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