[unav_all] APPLICATION DEADLINE APPROACHING - International
Workshop to Build Seismological Collaboration and Capacity
Olga.Cabello at iris.edu
Mon Sep 27 15:53:55 MDT 2010
Please take a few minutes to apply for participation (http://www.iris.edu/hq/middle_america/
) in the Workshop:
“Geophysical Hazards and Plate Boundary Processes in Central America,
Mexico and the Caribbean”
in Heredia, Costa Rica, October 24th through 27th, 2010.
This three-day workshop will bring together seismologists and other
geophysicists from Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and the
United States to plan and coordinate initiatives that will contribute
to seismological research and seismic hazard mitigation in the
region. The goals of the workshop are to address key scientific
issues that derive from the unique tectonic environment of the region,
to identify concrete steps for strengthening the regional
infrastructure and academic community to facilitate seismological
research, and to initiate efforts toward generating products with
immediate regional societal benefits. The expected outcome of the
workshop will be the creation of a regional research consortium to
sustain these actions.
Given the societal significance of the subject matter, in addition to
participating scientists at various career stages, this workshop will
welcome the attendance of stakeholders from the public, private and
With support from the National Science Foundation, the US Agency for
International Development, and the American Geophysical Union,
selected participants will receive travel support, including air
travel, ground transportation, lodging and meals through the duration
of the workshop.
Workshop participation will be limited and application deadline is
September 30. Interested individuals are advised to apply as soon as
possible. Applications from women, minorities and persons with
disabilities are particularly encouraged. Applications from women,
minorities and persons with disabilities are particularly encouraged.
Please feel free to encourage anyone you feel should participate in
this event to apply at http://www.iris.edu/hq/middle_america/ .
General applications for participation and travel support will be
evaluated by the organizing committee and responded promptly.
Looking forward to seeing you in Heredia!
Olga Cabello, Ph.D.
Director of International Development Seismology
The IRIS Consortium
Workshop organizing committee:
Raymond Willemann, Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology,
Olga Cabello, Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology, U.S.A.
Marino Protti, Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica
Mauricio Mora, Universidad de Costa Rica
Victor Huerfano, Puerto Rico Seismic Network, Puerto Rico
Richard Robertson, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
Gerardo Suarez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
Karen Fischer, Brown University, U.S.A.
Jay Pulliam, Baylor University, U.S.A.
Daniel E. McNamara, U.S.G.S., U.S.A.
Christa von Hillebrandt-Andrade, NOAA Caribbean Tsunami Center, Puerto
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