[unav_all] Fall AGU Session G017: Real-time GNSS Data for Natural Hazards Mitigation
jrmurray at usgs.gov
Thu Jun 27 19:04:54 MDT 2013
We would like draw your attention to the following special session at the
2013 Fall AGU Meeting (December 9 - 13 in San Francisco, CA) and to
encourage you to submit an abstract. Please note the abstract deadline is
August 6, 2013.
Session G017: Real-time GNSS Data for Natural Hazards Mitigation
The number and geographic coverage of GNSS stations that transmit data in
real time continues to grow, presenting new opportunities for improved
hazard mitigation. Examples include earthquake early warning, tsunami
warning, volcano and landslide monitoring, and severe weather forecasting.
We seek contributions that highlight new techniques for using real-time GNSS
data (alone or jointly with other observations) for natural hazards
applications, present results of case studies, or assess the ways in which
real-time GNSS data can have the greatest impact on hazard mitigation.
Studies that investigate instrumental capabilities, data acquisition, and
processing strategies as they pertain to improved hazard mitigation are also
We are looking forward to an exciting session covering a wide range of
techniques and applications. Hope to see you there!
Ingrid Johanson, Jessica Murray, David Mencin, and David Schmidt
US Geological Survey
345 Middlefield Rd., MS 977
Menlo Park, CA 94025
<mailto:jrmurray at usgs.gov> jrmurray at usgs.gov
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