[unav_all] Three GeoPRISMS Mini-Workshops at AGU

Julia Morgan morganj at rice.edu
Thu Nov 3 09:01:32 MDT 2011

Register Now to attend one or more GeoPRISMS Mini-Workshops at Fall AGU
    Deadline to Register: November 30, 2011

All Mini-Workshops are free of charge and open to all.
(Attendance may be limited; register early to reserve your space.)

Visit the GeoPRISMS website for further information and to register:

Questions? Contact the GeoPRISMS Office: info at geoprisms.org


"Using Geoinformatics Resources to Explore the Generation of 
Convergent Margin Magmas"
Pre-AGU: Sunday, December 4, 2011, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Warfield Room, Grand Hyatt San Francisco (345 Stockton Street)

Conveners: R. Stern (Univ Texas, Dallas), M. Feigenson (Rutgers 
Univ.), K. Lehnert and A. Goodwillie (Lamont-Doherty Earth 
Observatory), P. Van Keken (Univ. Michigan), J. Kimura (IFREE, 
JAMSTEC), B. Dreyer (Univ. California, Santa Cruz), E. Jordan and W. 
Lieu (Univ Texas, Dallas)

Description: A short course for students, faculty, and researchers 
integrating the use of geochemical databases (EarthChem), data 
visualization tools (GeoMapApp), and data analysis software (Arc 
Basalt Simulator, version 3) with background information about 
geoinformatics, relational databases, and data reporting.


"Integrating CRISP IODP Drilling and 3D Seismic Study"
During AGU: Wednesday, December 7, 2011, 6:00 - 9:30 pm
Orpheum Room, Grand Hyatt San Francisco (345 Stockton Street)

Conveners: E. Silver (Univ. California, Santa Cruz), P. Vannucchi 
(Univ. of Florence, Firenze), N. Bangs (Univ. Texas, Austin), C. 
Ranero (CSI, Barcelona), K. Ujiie (IFREE, JAMSTEC)

Description: A review and discussion of research activities and 
opportunities relating to the Costa Rica Seismogenesis Project 
(CRISP) following the recent IODP Expedition 334 and 3D seismic 
reflection survey,   and in advance of the second CRISP drilling leg 
in 2012.


"ExTerra: Understanding Convergent Margin Processes Through Studies 
of Exhumed Terranes"
During AGU: Wednesday, December 7, 2011, 6:00 - 9:30 pm
Warfield Room, Grand Hyatt San Francisco (345 Stockton Street)

Conveners: M. Feineman (Pennsylvania State Univ.), S. 
Penniston-Dorland (Univ. Maryland), B. Savage (Univ. Rhode Island)
Keynote Speaker: B. Hacker (Univ California, Santa Barbara)

Description: Developing an interdisciplinary approach to the study of 
exhumed terranes from extinct subduction zones to understand 
subsurface processes and regimes, e.g., the subducted slab, mantle 
wedge, overlying arc crust, and exposed fault systems in the crust or 
accretionary prism.
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