Virtual Breakout on Induced Seismicity Hazards - Thurs, Sept 26th @ 3pm ET
De Shon, Heather
hdeshon at mail.smu.edu
Mon Sep 9 14:17:23 UTC 2019
Please join us for an hour-long virtual breakout session to learn about and discuss hazards tied to induced seismicity, related science objectives, and instrumentation/methods used to study these hazards. This session is part of a larger IRIS initiative (www.iris.edu/rapid) to procure a new set of instrumentation to enable a new rapid response capability based out of the PASSCAL Instrument Center.
When: Thursday, September 26th @ 3pm ET
Host: Heather DeShon, Southern Methodist University
To join the breakout, please use the gotomeeting information below. No pre-registration is required.
Geohazards Breakout -- Induced Seismicity
Thu, Sep 26, 2019 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT
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IRIS will be hosting a series of virtual breakout sessions over the next few weeks to highlight and discuss a variety of different geohazards that our community has previously studied and responded to. Please feel free to attend more than one virtual session.
IRIS will also be hosting an in-person mini workshop on the afternoon of Tuesday, October 8th in Portland, OR adjacent to the SAGE/GAGE workshop. If you would like to attend the geohazards mini workshop, limited travel support is available. To learn more, and to register, please visit: https://www.iris.edu/hq/event/rapid_response_to_geohazards
We look forward to your participation and input at the upcoming induced seismicity hazards virtual breakout.
Heather DeShon, SMU
Justin Sweet, IRIS
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Justin at justin.sweet at iris.edu<mailto:justin.sweet at iris.edu>
Heather R. DeShon
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Huffington Dept. of Earth Sciences
Southern Methodist University
Office: (214) 768-2916
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