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We invite you to consider submitting an abstract to "Earthquake Impacts on the Natural and Built Environment." See the full session description below. Note that the abstract deadline is January 11th, 2017, abstracts can be submitted here <http://meetings.seismosoc.org/>. Earthquake Impacts on the Natural and Built Environment In this session, we invite presentations on earthquake effects and their impacts. This includes models of landslides, liquefaction, lateral spreading, surface fault ru... [more]
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Please consider submitting an abstract to the special session:  Intraplate Earthquakes: Central and Eastern North America and Worldwide at the 2017 SSA Annual Meeting (deadline Jan 11, 2017).  We are looking forward to stimulating and insightful discussions about intraplate seismicity and deformation and special contributions from our invited presenters:  Berk Biryol, Eric Calais, Bill Holt and Rob Williams. Thanks, Lillian, Chris, Will Lillian Soto-Cordero <lis213@lehigh.edu> Chr... [more]
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Abhijit Ghosh
2016-12-30 02:19:40
Dear colleagues, I would like to draw your attention to the special session on the wide spectrum of fault slip. Please consider submitting an abstract to the session. —Abhi Varied Modes of Fault Slip and their Interactions – Slow Earthquakes, Creep to Mega Quakes Faults show a diverse mode of slips from slow earthquakes, shallow creep to supershear rupture and damaging fast megathrust earthquakes. Slow earthquakes appear to play an important role in the seismic cycles of major faults. They... [more]
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Although it appears last in the SSA Meeting's alphabetical special session list, you may be interested in contributing to what should be a very stimulating session: Verification and Validation of Earthquake Occurrence and Hazard Forecasts Earthquake occurrence, hazard forecasts (hazard maps) and nowcasts have long lagged behind similar applications, such as weather, economic, or population forecasts and nowcasts, in addressing issues of verification and validation. Validation asks how w... [more]
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Forwarded on behalf of: Barbara Romanowicz U.C. Berkeley barbara.romanowicz@gmail.com —————————— Please consider submitting an abstract to the following session at SSA (Deadline, January 11th, 2017 - website: http://meetings.seismosoc.org/ <http://meetings.seismosoc.org/> ------- "Fine Scale Structure of the Crust and Upper Mantle" ---- Recent advances in seismology have enabled increased resolution of structure in the crust and upper mantle, such as refined images of the Moho, sharp boun... [more]
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Hello All, We will be holding a special session entitled "Estimating Earthquake Hazard from Geodetic Data" at the SSA Annual Meeting to be held April 18 - 20, 2017 in Denver, CO. The full session description is below. Please consider submitting an abstract; the deadline is January 11th, 2017. Best Regards, Jeff Freymueller Eileen Evans Jessica Murray Geodetic techniques such as GPS and InSAR provide a critical constraint for quantifying earthquake hazard by recording the active accumulati... [more]
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Fan-Chi Lin
2016-12-23 08:07:39
Dear Colleagues, Please consider to submit your abstract to the following special session at 2017 SSA, Denver, CO, 18-20 April. Abstract deadline: January 11, 2017 More information can be found at http://meetings.seismosoc.org/ special-sessions/. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any requests or questions. Best Wishes, Fan-Chi Lin <FanChi.Lin@utah.edu> Marianne Karplus <mkarplus@utep.edu> Recent Innovations in Geophone Array Seismology The availability of geophone systems that al... [more]
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Dear Colleagues, Please consider to submit your abstract to the following special session at 2017 SSA, Denver, CO, 18-20 April. Abstract deadline: January 11, 2017 Earthquake interaction and triggering: from near field to far field, from natural to induced Unraveling patterns and mechanisms of earthquake triggering is important for understanding earthquake occurrence and seismic hazard forecast. For example, aftershocks are consequences of static and/or dynamic stress perturbations from m... [more]
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Dear Colleagues we would like to draw your attention to the following two Special Sessions at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Seismological Society of America, taking place 18–20 April, in Denver, Colorado. Abstract Deadline is January 11, 2017 Earthquake Complexities Revealed by Kinematic and Dynamic Modeling and Multiple Geophysical Data Sets In recent years, spatiotemporal and geometrical earthquake rupture complexities have been imaged with increasing detail. In particular, large to gr... [more]
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Forwarded on behalf of: Richard Aster Colorado State University rick.aster@colostate.edu -------------------- Dear colleagues, We would like to invite you to contribute to the session “Advances in Seismic Full Waveform Modeling, Inversion and Their Applications”, for the the Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, 18-20 April 2017 in Denver, Colorado. The Call for Abstracts will open on December 1 and close on January 11, 2017. More information can be found at http://meetings.seism... [more]
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Forwarded on behalf of: Richard Aster Colorado State University rick.aster@colostate.edu -------------------- Dear Colleagues -- Kindly note our Volcano Seismology special session, below, at toe 2017 Seismological Society of America meeting in Denver. Thank You, Rick, Ninfa, Steve, Jeremy, and Matt Novel Approaches to Understanding Active Volcanoes Recent advances over a range of geophysical techniques offer unique opportunities for improving our understanding of active volcanic system... [more]
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For the scientists working on earthquake triggering and forecasting this has been a year to remember. The M6.0’s few hours before the M7.0 Kumamoto earthquake in Japan, the M6.0 Amatrice followed by the M6.5 Norcia earthquake 2 months after in Italy and recently the M7.8 Kaikoura event in New Zealand. How our understanding behind physical processes will improve once we start studying these events? Let’s have a first look altogether at the SSA Annual Meeting 2017. Abstract submission is now... [more]
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Do you work on forecasting earthquakes in aftershock sequences or other earthquake clusters? If so, we encourage you to submit a presentation to our session on "Forecasting Aftershock Sequences in the Real World" at the SSA Annual Meeting in Denver, CO from April 18 to 20, 2017. Abstract submission is now open on the meeting website: http://meetings.seismosoc.org/ and the deadline is 5:00 PM U.S. Pacific Standard Time (UTC −0800) on Wednesday 11 January, 2017. We hope to see you in Denver!... [more]
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Diego Melgar
2016-12-21 16:52:40
Colleagues we invite you to submit an abstract to the SZO session at the SSA meeting in Denver: *The Subduction Zone Observatory* The subduction zone observatory (SZO) concept is a multidisciplinary facility stretching along a significant portion of one or more of the circum-Pacific subduction zones, providing a comprehensive suite of onshore and offshore observations to understand the entire subduction zone system.The success, knowledge, and experience of EarthScope provides a launching p... [more]
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Do you operate a network or design seismic stations? Do you work toward stronger infrastructure and faster data collection? We invite you to submit an abstract to the special session below for the SSA Meeting in Denver, April 18-20, 2017. The abstract deadline is January 11, 2017. >From Field Site to Data Center: Network Innovations for Earthquake Early Warning With the advent of Earthquake Early Warning (EEW), seismic networks must now process real-time data within several seconds. Robust ... [more]
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Angela Chung
2016-12-20 19:04:25
Dear Colleagues, We would like to draw your attention to the special session “Advances in Earthquake Early Warning” at the SSA 2017 Annual Meeting. The deadline for abstract submission is January 11, 2017. Advances in Earthquake Early Warning Earthquake early warning (EEW) systems provide advance warning of potentially damaging ground shaking and enable the activation of protective actions to prevent or reduce injuries or economic losses. A variety of EEW alert capabilities are in operati... [more]
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2016-12-19 17:37:39
Forwarded on behalf of: Danny Bowman Sandia National Laboratories dbowma@sandia.gov -------------------- Dear Colleagues, You are cordially invited to submit abstracts to our SSA 2017 special session "Geoacoustics: Infrasound and Beyond." We look forward to an exciting and innovative series of presentations discussing acoustic signals produced by the Earth, sea and sky from the infrasound through the audio range. Session description follows. Best Regards, Danny Bowman, Stephen Arrowsmith ... [more]
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We would like to draw you attention to the session "Recent Moderate Oklahoma Earthquakes: Widely Felt and Often Damaging" at the SSA 2017 Annual Meeting. Our goal is to attract speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds to discuss recent significant earthquakes in Oklahoma. Abstracts are due January 11th, 2017. Recent Moderate Oklahoma Earthquakes: Widely Felt and Often Damaging While historically moderate earthquake (M5-6) are rare in Oklahoma, recently the State has experienced a... [more]
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2016-12-06 17:45:21
Forwarded on behalf of: Anne Meltzer Lehigh University ameltzer@lehigh.edu -------------------- Interested in earthquake rapid response? We encourage abstract submissions to the special session below for the April 18-20 SSA Meeting in Denver. Abstract Deadline 11 January 2017 Earthquake Rapid Response Rapid deployments of seismic arrays and GPS receivers after recent large earthquakes demonstrate the power of well recorded aftershock sequences and the postseismic deformation field to shed ... [more]
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