[unav_all] Last minute registration for strain meter data and more
eriksson at unavco.org
Wed May 21 14:40:12 MDT 2008
Dear UNAVCO Community,
There are two messages in this email: 1) last minute registration for the strainmeter course and 2) 'save the date' for a GPS processing course in September. The first opportunity is particularly timely with strain meter and tilt meter data sets advancing very quickly.
1) We still have openings in the short course:
Working with Strainmeter and Tiltmeter Data: A Short Course for New Users
June 10-12, 2008
Course will begin at 8am on Tuesday, June 10th and end at noon on Thursday, June 12th.
UNAVCO, Boulder, Colorado
This 2.5 day workshop will cover the main topics involved in processing strainmeter data with the purpose to help make EarthScope data useful to a broad scientific audience. The target audience is graduate students and practicing scientists interested in studying plate boundary, earthquake, and volcano deformation.
Faculty: Kathleen Hodgkinson, UNAVCO; Evelyn Roeloffs, USGS; Duncan Agnew, University of California, San Diego
If you would like to attend, please register by Friday, May 23 by NOON. Please contact me or Jaime Magliocca if you have any questions.
2) Save the Date! A new UNAVCO Short Course scheduled for fall
Processing and Analysis of GPS Data with GAMIT/GLOBK/TRACK
UNAVCO, Boulder, Colorado
Tuesday September 23 - Thursday September 25, 2008
This course will provide group and (some) individual instruction
in GPS data analysis, with Tuesday devoted to GAMIT and GLOBK
for tectonic studies, Wednesday to polar and other kinematic
applications of TRACK, and Thursday to tutorials and in-depth
discussion of advanced topics for both static and kinematic
analysis. Participants should bring laptops with the software
installed or with remote access to the software in their own labs.
They will be expected to have read the documentation, run the
provided examples, and attempted to process their own data.
Faculty: Tom Herring, Bob King, and Simon McClusky, MIT;
Matt King, University of Newcastle
Registration via the web for the GPS course will be open on June 16. We have travel money available for graduate students and other new researchers who need this course for their research. If you have any questions, please contact Susan Eriksson or Jaime Magliocca.
Director of Education and Outreach
6350 Nautilus Drive
Boulder, CO 80301-5554
E-Mail: eriksson at unavco.org
UNAVCO is a university consortium funded by the National Science Foundation and
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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