[unav_all] AGU 2011 Session G15: Real-Time GNSS....

William Hammond whammond at unr.edu
Thu Jun 16 16:45:21 MDT 2011

Dear Colleagues,

We would like draw your attention to the following special session on "Real-Time GNSS Data Applications and Techniques: GPS Seismology and Beyond" (G15) at the Fall AGU Meeting in December, 2011.  This session is sponsored by the Geodesy (G) section and is cosponsored by Atmospheric Sciences (A), Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EP), Global Environmental Change (GC), Natural Hazards (NH), Near Surface Geophysics (NS), Seismology (S), SPA-Aeronomy (SA), Tectonophysics (T), Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology (V).

Session G15: Real-Time GNSS Data Applications and Techniques: GPS Seismology and Beyond

Description: High-rate, low latency GNSS data complement other geophysical networks because of their high precision, sensitivity to the longest-period bands and ability to measure displacement and atmospheric properties over local to global scales. Technical advances and decreasing equipment and data acquisition costs are rapidly increasing access to these data streams.  Applications include GPS seismology, earthquake, tsunami and landslide warning, volcanic and magmatic processes and monitoring, atmospheric and space weather studies, and private sector applications. We invite contributions that present advances in real-time applications or techniques for dealing with real-time data that benefit science or society.

URL: http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/scientific-program/session-search/316

Thank you for considering this session.

From the conveners:
Paul Bodin, University of Washington, bodin at uw.edu
Brendan Crowell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, bwcrowell at ucsd.edu
Ingrid Johanson, UC Berkeley, ingrid at seismo.berkeley.edu
William C. Hammond, University of Nevada, Reno, whammond at unr.edu

 Dr. William C. Hammond
 Research Associate Professor Geodesy and Geophysics
 Nevada Geodetic Laboratory
 Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology
 University of Nevada, Reno
 Reno NV, 89557-0178  USA

 Phone: 775-784-6436
 Fax: 775-784-1709

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