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Workshop on Advancing Integrative Volcanology through Community Experiments Summary: Two-day U.S. National Science Foundation supported workshop focused on interdisciplinary community volcano experiments Purpose: Continued advancement in fundamental geoscience demands substantial and coordinated investment in new observational scales and integrative approaches. As a result, community projects with open-access data and software have seen increasing use among the U.S. National Science Found… [more]
2018-06-25 08:27:26 - 2018-08-24 20:30:38
*Dear Colleagues: * DEEP-2018: International Symposium on DEEP Earth Exploration and Practices will be held in Beijing, China from 24-26 October this year. The detailed information about the meeting, online registration, abstract submission, and financial support can be found at http://deep.sinoprobe.org/ We would in particular like to draw your attention to the session “Emerging techniques for deep earth exploration". This session welcome contributions from studying the interior of the earth … [more]
DEEP-2018 International Symposium (Beijing, China 10/24-10/26 2018) - Fan-Chi Lin - 2018-08-24 20:30:38
Dear Colleagues, We warmly invite you to attend a British Geophysical Association sponsored meeting on ‘The Future of Passive Seismic Acquisition’ to be held at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, UK on November 12-13, 2018. The last 20-30 years has seen significant developments in the deployment and analysis of passive seismic data. This ranges from microseismic monitoring on faults, volcanoes or for energy production, to large scale imaging of the crust and mantle to understand tectonic/ge… [more]