[unav_all] agenda & call for breakout topics - UNAVCO Science Workshop 2012

Meghan Miller meghan at unavco.org
Sat Nov 19 09:42:43 MST 2011


Dear Community Members:
 
Please mark your calendars for the coming UNAVCO Science Meeting, to be held February 28 – March 1, 2011, in Boulder, Colorado. Note that the meeting will be three full days this year, so don't book out until after Thursday's afternoon session....   The wealth of topics just keeps growing.  
 
In planning this meeting, the organizing committee has intentionally designed the program to showcase scientific advances and opportunities both in the core areas of the UNAVCO community and in some exciting but traditionally less represented fields such as hydrogeology and seafloor geodesy.  Back by popular demand, each session will feature a talk that focuses on education or outreach. 
 
The  six plenary sessions will be organized around the following (exact wording may be further refined):
 
·         Glaciology, ice loss, and isostacy
                Chair:  Leigh Stearns, University of Kansas; Co-chair:  Joe Pettit, UNAVCO
 
·         Exploring landscape dynamics with terrestrial imaging: From tectonics to surface processes
                Chair:  Anne Egger, Central Washington University; Co-chair:  David Phillips, UNAVCO
 
·         Hydrogeodesy
                Chair:  Kristine Larson, CU Boulder; Co-chair:  Chuck Meertens, UNAVCO
 
·         Seafloor geodesy, innovative and collaborative sea floor observing facilities
Chair:  TBD; Co-chair:  Andy Newman, Georgia Tech
 
·         High-rate GPS seismology and strainmeter observations 
                Chair:  Susan Owen, JPL; Co-chair:  Dave Mencin, UNAVCO
 
·         Volcanic processes and deformation
Chair:  Matt Pritchard, Cornell; Co-chair:  Adrian Borsa, UNAVCO
 
We are excited about this format and are writing to solicit your thoughts for the special topics sessions (STS)  for four breakout sessions.  These have historically included focused science, technology, education, outreach, regional or project interest, etc.  
 
Please send topics for the breakout STS sessions, with the name of the convener (or conveners), a sentence or two of description, and your guess estimate of the number of attendees expected to Jaime Magliocca (Magliocca at unavco.org) no later than January 6, 2012.  The 2010 topics are appended to stimulate your thinking!
 
Regards,
 
The 2012 Science Workshop Committee
Jennifer Haase, Purdue University
Francisco Gomez, University of Missouri
Leigh Stearns, University of Kansas
Seth Stein, Northwestern University
Meghan Miller, UNAVCO
 
 
 Breakout Topics from 2010:
Geodesy's Role in Quantifying Earthquake Recurrence -- Lessons from the Present
Terrestrial, Airborne and Spaceborne LiDAR: Shedding Light on Earth Science Questions from High and Low 
InSAR Topics I - in two parts: (1) Global WInSAR and Supersites; (2) Paving the Way for Sentinel
GAMIT/GLOBK Users Group
ETS, Slow Slip Events and Implications for Subduction Zone Earthquakes
InSAR Topics II – in two parts: (1) Data Access Now and in the Future When the Flood of Data Comes; (2) Supporting DESDynI
What's Next?  The New Generation of GNSS Hardware
Capacity Building for Science across the Globe
Real-Time GPS; Speedy Science and Integrating GPS into Science and Hazard Applications
Integrating Data from Geophysical Instruments:  A Multidisciplinary Approach to Imaging Earth Processes
Progress towards a unified consensus Western US Velocity field
Haiti Earthquake Event Response

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