S025 - The Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS) – Advancing Regional and Global Earthquake Monitoring and Response
Barnhart, William D
wbarnhart at usgs.gov
Wed Jul 6 14:51:07 UTC 2022
Dear colleagues – we will be hosting a session at the fall AGU meeting focused on the Advanced National Seismic System, and we invite abstracts from disciplines (seismology, geodesy, outreach and education, earthquake and volcano hazard analysis, etc.) that both contribute to and benefit from the resources and products of the ANSS.
The Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS) is a collaboration between universities, state agencies, and the US Geological Survey responsible for providing real-time earthquake information and data in the United States and territories. Through routine earthquake monitoring, the ShakeAlert earthquake early warning system, and dense regional seismic and geodetic networks, ANSS provides real-time earthquake information and impact products for improved situational awareness and emergency response, continuous seismic waveform and strong ground motion measurements, earthquake catalogs for seismic hazard mapping and other research activities, and community outreach for improved hazards awareness. We broadly welcome abstracts that highlight developments and advances in earthquake response, regional earthquake monitoring and impacts reporting (such as machine learning and new and non-traditional sensing capabilities); uses of ANSS data and earthquake products in disaster response, basic research, and community outreach; public engagement on earthquake hazards and impacts; and any other topics that leverage the products and data of ANSS.
Bill, Liz, and Renate
William “Bill” Barnhart, PhD (he/him)
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program
wbarnhart at usgs.gov<mailto:wbarnhart at usgs.gov>
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