[unav_all] ISAES symposium link for GPS/Seismology instrumentation workshop

Bjorn Johns johns at unavco.org
Wed May 30 14:45:33 MDT 2007


The ISAES symposium information and a link to workshop registration is at:
http://isaes2007.geol.ucsb.edu/Registration.html


> Just a note to let you know about an important workshop to take place 
> at the
> International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences meeting in Santa 
> Barbara, California in late
> August.    The workshop will discuss polar instrumentation issues 
> related to GPS and
> Seismology.    There will also be some planning and coordination of 
> IPY deployments
> in Antarctica.
>
> The workshop is from 1 - 5 pm on Sunday, August 26 which is the day 
> prior to the
> start of the regular ISAES meeting.    By the way, the deadline for 
> abstracts to the
> ISAES meeting has been extended until May 31, so you still have time 
> to submit an abstract
> case you have not done so already!
>
> See you there...
>
> Alessandro Capra, Reinhard Dietrich, Bjorn Johns, Douglas Wiens, and 
> Larry Hothem
>
> *****************************
>
>
> *Workshop Title:**  **  *Remote Geodetic and Geophysical 
> Observatories:  Challenges, Successes, and Emerging Technologies for IPY
>
> *Conveners: ** *Alessandro Capra, Reinhard Dietrich, Bjorn Johns, 
> Douglas Wiens, and Larry Hothem
>
> The workshop is focused on the IPY POLENET project which proposes to 
> install geodetic, seismological, meteorological and other 
> observatories in the polar region.  Key issue covered in the workshop 
> will be the technological aspect of remote site installation, 
> operation and communication.   Coordination of various national plans 
> and data exchange protocols will also be discussed.
>
> Principal topics:
>
>    * remote Geodetic and Geophysical observatories
>    * co-located observatories
>    * power problems and solutions
>    * radio and satellite communications at remote sites
>    * operation of equipment and sensors in the extreme cold
>    * POLENET data and metadata:  access, exchange and archiving
>
> POLENET deployments in Antarctica:  status and coordination
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