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    to utilize this financial assistance Symposium Schedule Monday June 10 2013 7 00 Breakfast Rojo Grill reserved area with a buffet 8 00 Welcome Gran Quivera 8 15 New Applications of Seismic Technology Part 1 three 25 min talks 15 mins questions Richard Allen Earthquake Early Warning Rapid Integrated Technologies for Hazard Reduction Sridhar Anandakrishnan Active and Passive Source Glacial Seismology Current State and Anticipated Directions and Needs Eiichiro Araki Realtime Seafloor Cabled Observation Network for Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan 9 45 Break 10 15 Sensors and Emplacement Methods four 15 min talks 15 mins questions Gran Quivera Diego Melgar Seismogeodesy Strong Motion Sensing by GPS and Accelerometer Combination Chin Jen Lin Calibration and Application of a Rotational Sensor Don Milligan A Low Noise and Low Power MEMS Accelerometer Developed for Seismic Imaging Andrew Moores Posthole Sensor Developments and Case Studies 11 30 Communications three 15 min talks 15 mins questions Derek Ingles Satellite Data Services Globalstar and Iridium Presentation Available Upon Request Norman Farr High Bandwidth Wireless Communication for Seafloor Data Recovery and Vehicle Control Srikanth Saripalli Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as Data Mules for Reconnaissance and Environmental Monitoring 12 30 Lunch Rojo Grill reserved area with a buffet 1 30 Industry Technology Roadmaps two 15 min talks 10 mins questions Gran Quivera Frank Heid EFOY Pro Fuel Cell Power Solutions for Cold Environments Joe Steim Still A to D After All These Years 2 10 Break 2 40 Innovative Applications and Opportunities four 15 min talks 20 mins questions Gran Quivera Raffaella Montelli NSF s Innovation Call A Suite of Relatively Untapped Opportunities for GEO PIs John Hole IRIS s Large N Initiative Stop Aliasing Rick Schult AFRL Seismic Instrumentation Interests Erol Kalkan Real Time Structural Health Monitoring of VA Hospital Buildings 4 00 Pop Ups and Posters Poster Introductions 5 min each poster boards are 6 ft x 4 ft Valle Grande I In Situ Differential Pressure Gauge Calibration at OBS Stations off New Zealand Justin Ball Aftershock Imaging with Dense Arrays Larry Brown Class C Accelerographs in Monitoring and Research Performance Evaluation Results John Evans Wide Bandwidth Acoustic Acquisition System WBAS an Off the Shelf System with a Custom Made Firmware for Seismo Acoustic Measurements Omar Marcillo The Seismic Hammer a 16 MJoule Seismic Source with Flat Output Spectrum from 10s to 250 Hz James O Donnell Test Results for Rapid Data Delivery Applications Paul Passmore ASL Testing Facilities Adam Ringler Sensor Emplacement Testing at Poker Flats Alaska Mouse Reusch VolcanoSRI 4D Volcano Seismic Tomography in a Large scale Sensor Network WenZhan Song The IRIS Bus Concept for Large N Instrumentation John West Reftek New Instrumentation Leonid Zimakov 6 00 Poster session continues w cash bar hors d oeuvres 7 00 Dinner on your own Tuesday June 11 2013 7 00 Breakfast Bandelier Please note the different location from Monday 8 00 New Applications of Seismic Technology Part 2 two 25 min talks 10 mins questions Gran Quivera Rob Clayton Dan Hollis A Dense Urban Seismic

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    ruptures and Earth s interior A large scale effort to deploy intermediate term seismic arrays offers an avenue for such an advance Expanding fundamental seismological observations from ground motion at isolated points on the globe to large aperture broadband observations of ground motion ground motion gradients beneath the arrays and wavefield slowness provides an opportunity to increase the information available to investigate earthquakes and Earth s interior The goal of this workshop is to bring together experts in global seismology and seismic array analyses to discuss the principles and current state of array seismology and explore the potential for establishing an internationally supported array of broadband seismographic arrays Through group interaction and breakout discussions targeting key topics attendees will articulate the major scientific motivations for array studies identify resources available and potential needs lay the groundwork for international collaborations A potential goal of the workshop will be to draft a white paper that can be used to drive long term goals related to an international arrays facility Timing and Location The Arrays workshop begins at noon on Wednesday May 15th immediately after the EarthScope National Meeting and runs through Thursday May 16th We encourage Arrays workshop attendees to attend the EarthScope meeting as well Early bird registration 150 through April 5th closes on May 6th for the EarthScope meeting covers 2 days of talks and poster sessions and includes all meals The EarthScope meeting combines presentations on seismology geodesy and a variety of other disciplines and offers many opportunities to interact with other geoscientists Registration for the Arrays Workshop is now closed Lodging The workshop will take place at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel which also serves as lodging for the EarthScope National Meeting The registration deadline for rooms at the group rate is April 19th Reimbursement IRIS will provide lunch and dinner on Wednesday May 15th and breakfast and lunch on Thursday May 16th There are funds available to support travel and lodging Please contact Andy Frassetto by April 12th if you anticipate needing to utilize this financial assistance Wednesday 5 15 12 30 Lunch Hannover III 1 00 Introduction and Welcome Organizing Committee 1 15 Plenary Session One The Need for Arrays in Global Seismology 25 mins talks Adam Dziewonski Global Seismic Tomography Why We Need GSN and Global Array of Arrays Pablo Ampuero Open Questions in Earthquake Physics and the Contribution of Array Seismology Ed Garnero High Resolution Imaging of Deep Earth Structure and Dynamics Using Large Seismic Arrays Johannes Schweitzer Global Broadband Arrays a View from NORSAR Frank Krüger 35 Years of Global Broadband Array Seismology in Germany and Perspectives 3 45 Coffee Break and Setup Posters Hannover III and outside lobby 4 15 Plenary Session Two Facilities Opportunities and Challenges 20 mins talk Anya Reading Transportable Seismic Stations and Arrays in Australia and Antarctica The Challenge of Southern Hemisphere Coverage Seiji Tsuboi Realtime Ocean Bottom Broadband Seismograph Array Deployed by JAMSTEC in Nankai Trough Japan Andy Nyblade Societally relevant Arrays for Developing Countries Opportunities and Challenges

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    to Tierra del Fuego and providing a comprehensive suite of onshore and offshore observations to understand the entire subduction zone system The goal of this session is to reach a wide range of disciplines that may be interested in an SZO and stimulate further development of the idea and engagement of the international community Organizers Jeff McGuire WHOI Bob Woodward IRIS Glen Mattioli UNAVCO 305A 10 40 11 00 Macrostratigraphy and the Long Term Elevation History of North America Video of Presentation Shanan Peters Wisconsin 11 00 11 20 Cascadia and EarthScope Video of Presentation Ken Dueker Wyoming 11 20 11 40 A Community Seismic Experiment in the ENAM Primary Site Video of Presentation Beatrice Magnani CERI Memphis 11 40 12 15 Open Discussion Are We There Yet What Is To Be Done 12 15 1 45 Lunch Room 306 Plenary Session 4 EarthScope Alaska The Vision Objectives Challenges Successes thus Far 1 45 1 50 Introduction Room 302 1 50 2 05 Upper Plate Response to Flat Slab Subduction Processes in Southern AK and Outreach Opportunities with Native Alaskan Communities Video of Presentation Ken Ridgway Purdue 2 05 2 20 Seismology At EarthScope s Final Frontier Alaska Video of Presentation Geoff Abers LDEO 2 20 2 35 Subduction Zone Dynamics and Overriding Plate Deformation in Alaska Insights and Unanswered Questions Video of Presentation Margarete Jadamec Brown 2 35 3 30 Breakout Sessions 1 Leveraging USArray in Alaska The deployment of a large number of instruments in remote regions of Alaska and Yukon is a tremendous undertaking for seismology and geoscience The grid like spacing of TA and the clusters of instruments in FA experiments may represent opportunities for other types of science such as permafrost thermal profiling soil and rock sample collection for geology and paleoclimate studies space weather measurements and many more We explore ideas to introduce the opportunity to researchers within geoscience and other disciplines discuss timelines and logistical constraints and encourage attendees to think about how we can engage in collaborative work across a broad range of disciplines Organizers Bob Woodward Bob Busby 301A 2 Event Detection and Cataloging using Continuous Data in Alaska Alaska is host to a variety of geologic phenomena e g volcanoes earthquakes tremor weather and accurately discerning one type of event from another poses a challenge for observationalists The session would allow scientists to brainstorm ways to break apart the data sets to identify different types of events and encourage cross disciplinary collaboration Organizers Harmony Colella Justin Brown 301B 3 Data Session II Accessing Data from the EarthScope Data Centers at UNAVCO and IRIS We will summarize the current and contemplated tools and services enabling data access from the UNAVCO Data Center and the IRIS Data Management Center We will summarize some of the current efforts in providing seamless access to data from both centers leveraging EarthCube developments as well as how Earthscope is working with the European EPOS project as part of the COOPEUS project Generous time will be left for questions and comments from all attendees Organizers Tim Ahern IRIS Fran Boler UNAVCO 303 4 Shaping EarthScope s Future Broader Impacts A session for the informal exchange of ideas and materials from instructors who are integrating EarthScope research and findings into their courses whether through lectures labs student activities online content assessments etc We are interested in examples of how EarthScope research and findings are being used to improve undergraduate teaching including preparation of K 12 teachers of geoscience environmental science physics mathematics engineering policy essentially any discipline Organizers Steve Semken Sarah Robinson Donna Charlevoix John Taber 305A 3 30 4 15 Posters and Coffee Ballroom A 4 15 4 30 UNAVCO Alaska Yukon Update Video of Presentation Max Enders UNAVCO 4 30 4 45 An Update on USArray TA Plans for Alaska and Yukon Video of Presentation Bob Busby IRIS 4 45 5 15 Community Discussion on EarthScope in Alaska 6 00 7 30 Dinner at the Museum of Natural Sciences 11 West Jones Street Raleigh 7 30 8 30 After Dinner Session at the Museum of Natural Sciences IGNITE Style presentations with ideas and commentary about the Next Big Thing Museum Auditorium Wednesday May 15 2013 Raleigh Convention Center Plenary Session 5 The Next Big Dream Think BIG Putting it all together to think concretely about possible proposals their challenges and opportunities 7 00 8 00 Breakfast Room 306 8 00 8 10 Welcome Room 302 8 10 8 40 Making The Most Of Existing Data With High Performance Computing Video of Presentation Jeroen Tromp Princeton 8 40 9 10 The Next Big Improvement In InSAR Is Coming Soon Video of Presentation David Sandwell Scripps 9 10 9 40 The Low Frequency Densely Sampled Wavefield in Exploration Seismology Applications of Full Waveform Inversion and Passive Seismic Interferometry Andrew Brenders BP America 9 40 10 10 Flow of Deep Crust Observations Modeling Video of Presentation Christian Teyssier U of Minn 10 10 10 30 Coffee Break Lobby 10 30 11 30 Breakout Sessions 1 Making the Most of Existing Data Room 301A 2 InSAR and Other Remote Sensing Methodologies Room 301B 3 Broadening the Seismic Spectrum temporally and or spatially Room 303 4 Continental Scale Geology Room 305A 11 30 12 30 Community Panel Discussions on the Next Big Thing Room 302 12 30 1 30 Lunch and Adjourn Room 306 Notice The registration period for this workshop closed at Fri April 05 2013 2 00 00 PM First Name Last Name All Authors Session Abstract Margarete Jadamec Margarete Jadamec EarthScope Alaska Subduction Zone Dynamics And Overriding Plate Deformation In Alaska Insights And Unanswered Questions Justin Brown Justin Brown The Next Big Dream Think BIG Tectonic Tremor Along The Alaska aleutian Megathrust Richard Aster Richard Aster Philip Kyle Clive Oppenheimer EarthScope Alaska Mount Erebus Volcano Mantle To Vent Basil Tikoff Basil Tikoff Ben van der Pluijm EarthScope the Dream The Concept And The Eventual Reality Of A Geoswath James Conder James Conder Lupei Zhu EarthScope in Full Swing Wabash Valley Seismic Experiment George Slad George Slad Katherine E Anderson Steve Azevedo Noel Barstow Bruce Beaudoin Lloyd Carothers Michael Love Pnina Miller Tim Parker Cathy Pfeifer Mouse Reusch David Thomas EarthScope Alaska Sensor Emplacement Testing At Poker Flats Alaska Patrick McQuillan Patrick McQuillan Russ Welti Jenda Johnson Shelley Olds John Taber EarthScope in Full Swing Iris Active Earth Monitor Earthscope Content Module And Kiosk Loan Program Ryan Porter Ryan Porter George Zandt EarthScope in Full Swing Evidence For Magmatism Driven Foundering On The Margins Of The Colorado Plateau Vedran Lekic Vedran Lekic Karen Fischer EarthScope in Full Swing Contrasting Lithospheric Signatures Across The Western United States Revealed By Sp Receiver Functions Bob Busby Bob Busby EarthScope Alaska An Update On Usarray Ta Plans For Alaska And Yukon Fan Chi Lin Fan Chi Lin EarthScope in Full Swing Seismic Tomography And Interferometry From Shallow To Deep Danielle Sumy Danielle Sumy Elizabeth Cochran Katie Keranen Maya Wei Geoffrey Abers EarthScope in Full Swing Stress Triggering Analysis Of The November 2011 M5 7 Oklahoma Earthquake Sequence Heather Ford Heather Ford Karen Fischer Vedran Lekic EarthScope in Full Swing Localized Shear In The Deep Lithosphere Beneath The San Andreas Fault System Fiona Darbyshire Fiona Darbyshire Vadim Levin William Menke EarthScope in Full Swing Crust And Upper Mantle Structure Of Eastern Canada The Pre earthscope State Of The Art And The Qm iii Project John Pratt John Pratt Kristine Larson Eric Small Sarah Evans EarthScope in Full Swing Measuring Changes In Vegetation With Reflected Gps Signals Geoff Abers Geoff Abers EarthScope Alaska Seismology At Earthscope s Final Frontier Alaska Andrew Barbour Andrew Barbour Duncan Agnew Frank Wyatt EarthScope in Full Swing Modeling Strains Associated With Fluid Extraction Duncan Agnew Kathleen Hodgkinson Frank Wyatt Billy Hatfield Duncan Agnew EarthScope the Dream Strain rate Changes Triggered By Local And Regional Earthquakes Strainmeter Observations In The Anza Section Of The San Jacinto Fault Kristine Larson Kristine Larson Eric Small John Braun EarthScope in Full Swing Pbo H2o Plate Boundary Observatory Studies Of The Water Cycle Jeff McGuire Jeff McGuire John Collins Matt Wei EarthScope in Full Swing Shear wave Velocity Structure And Interseismic Strain Accumulation In The Updip Region Of The Cascadia Subduction Zone Similarities To Tohoku Anne Meltzer Anne Meltzer EarthScope the Dream Earthscope From A Spark Of An Idea To Inception Lessons Learned From A Successful Community Earth Science Initiative John West John West Matt Fouch EarthScope in Full Swing Detecting Small Seismic Events By Applying Image Processing Techniques To Transportable Array Data Jeroen Tromp Jeroen Tromp The Next Big Dream Think BIG Making The Most Of Existing Data With High Performance Computing Chen Chen Chen Chen Hersh Gilbert Gary Pavlis Michael Hamburger Stephen Marshak Timothy Larson EarthScope in Full Swing Structure Of The U s Midcontinent Inferred From Rayleigh Wave Phase Velocities Beth Pratt Sitaula Beth Pratt Sitaula Vince Cronin Phillip Resor Shelley Olds Nancy West Becca Walker EarthScope in Full Swing Using Earthscope Plate Boundary Observatory Gps Data To Introduce Strain To Undergraduate Students Haiying Gao Haiying Gao Yang Shen EarthScope in Full Swing Offshore Structure Of The Cascadia Subduction Zone From Full wave Ambient Noise Tomography Liang Han Liang Han John Hole Joann Stock Gary Fuis Jon Delph Amanda Livers Jon Delph Austin White Gaynor Neal Driscoll Annie Kell Graham Kent Alistair Harding EarthScope in Full Swing Crustal Structure During Active Rifting In The Central Salton Trough California Constrained By The Salton Seismic Imaging Project ssip Maria Beatrice Magnani Maria Beatrice Magnani ENAM CSE Writing Team EarthScope in Full Swing A Community Seismic Experiment In The Enam Primary Site Dhananjay Ravat Dhananjay Ravat Ahmed Salem Anthony Lowry Derek Schutt EarthScope in Full Swing Geotherms From The Curie Depth Constrained Solutions Of The One Dimensional Steady state Heat Flow Equation Donna Shillington Donna Shillington Daniel Lizarralde Steven Harder EarthScope in Full Swing The Sugar Experiment An Upcoming Active source Seismic Experiment Of The South Georgia Basin To Examine The Relationship Between Extension Magmatism And Pre existing Structures Elias Parker Elias Parker Robert Hawman Karen Fischer Lara Wagner EarthScope in Full Swing Crustal Structure Across The Southern Appalachians Using Receiver Functions From The Sesame Array Robert Nelson Robert Nelson Seth Stein EarthScope the Dream A Class Activity Illustrating Earthquake Probabilities And Uncertainities Anthony R Lowry Anthony R Lowry Thorsten W Becker Janine S Buehler Meghan S Miller Marta Perez Gussinye Dhananjay Ravat Derek L Schutt EarthScope in Full Swing In situ Rheology From Isostatic Strength And Geophysical Constraints Of Lithospheric Properties Tyrone Rooney Tyrone Rooney Seth Stein Robert Moucha EarthScope in Full Swing Combining Earthscope Data With Petrology And Geochemistry To Explore The Mid continent Rift s Evolution Katrin Hafner Katrin Hafner Robert Busby Bob Woodward EarthScope Alaska Earthscope transportable Array In Alaska Carol Engelmann Carol Engelmann Gregory Waite Seth Stein Suzan van der Lee EarthScope in Full Swing Using The Mid continent Rift To Make Plate Tectonics real For Midwestern Students Catherine de Groot Hedlin Catherine de Groot Hedlin Michael Hedlin EarthScope in Full Swing Analysis Of Long period Atmospheric And Seismic Waves Recorded By The Usarray Transportable Array Stephen Marshak Stephen Marshak Stefanie Domrois Curt Abert Timothy Larson Gary Pavlis Michael Hamburger Michael Hamburger Gary Pavlis Michael Hamburger EarthScope in Full Swing A Tectonic Context For Earthscope Studies Of Midcontinent United States Gis Synoptic Maps Of Subsurface Faults And Of Basement Topography Manochehr Bahavar Manochehr Bahavar Alex Hutko Rich Karstens Chad Trabant Tim Ahern EarthScope in Full Swing A Highlight Of Data Products At The Iris Dmc Xiaopeng Tong Xiaopeng Tong David Sandwell EarthScope in Full Swing Earthquake Cycle Model Of The San Andreas Fault Constrained By Gps And Alos Radar Interferometry Perle Dorr Perle Dorr Robert Busby Katrin Hafner John Taber Robert Woodward EarthScope in Full Swing An Overview Of Usarray Public Outreach Activities 2004 2013 John Taber John Taber EarthScope the Dream Broadening The Impact Of Earthscope Through Education And Outreach Meng Wei Meng Wei Jeffery McGuire EarthScope in Full Swing Searching For Strain Transients In Pbo Data At Alaska And Southern Cascadia Miguel Merino Miguel Merino Seth Stein EarthScope in Full Swing Mapping Sediment Thickness In Minnesota With Horizontal to vertical Spectral Ratios David Simpson David Simpson EarthScope the Dream Earthscope Community Collaboration In Distributed Science Christine Powell Christine Powell EarthScope in Full Swing Continental Growth In The Vicinity Of The Eastern Tennessee Seismic Zone During The Grenville Orogeny Mapping An Ancient Plate Boundary In The Lithosphere Yuji Yagi Yuji Yagi Atsushi Nakao Amato Kasahara EarthScope the Dream Seismic Source Imaging Hybrid Back Projection Sarah Brownlee Sarah Brownlee Joshua Feinberg Bradley Hacker Alan Chapman Jason Saleeby Gareth Seward EarthScope in Full Swing Anisotropy Of Magnetic Susceptibility ams As A Proxy For Seismic Anisotropy Evidence From The Pelona orocopia rand Schist Southern California Scott King Scott King Margaret Benoit Maureen Long EarthScope in Full Swing Earthscope And Bermuda A Small scale Convection Link Harmony Colella Harmony Colella Derek Schutt Danielle Sumy Andy Frassetto The Next Big Dream Think BIG Recent Activities And Current Goals Of The Iris Early Career Working Group Ghassan Aleqabi Ghassan Aleqabi Douglas Wiens Michael Wysession Suzan van der Lee Justin Revenaugh Andrew Frederiksen Fiona Darbyshire Seth Stein Donna Jurdy EarthScope in Full Swing High resolution 3d Crustal Structure Of The North American Midcontinent Rift From Ambient Noise Tomography Derek Schutt Derek Schutt Anthony Lowry Janine Buehler David Blackwell EarthScope in Full Swing Lithosphere Temperatures Within The Western United States Margaret Benoit Margaret Benoit Maureen Long Scott King Eric Kirby EarthScope in Full Swing Mantle Dynamics Lithospheric Structure And Topographic Evolution Of The Southeastern Us Continental Margin Andrea Gallegos Andrea Gallegos Nishath Ranasinghe Andrea Trujillo James Ni Eric Sandvol Thomas Hearn EarthScope in Full Swing Lg Attenuation In The Central And Eastern United States Revealed By The Earthscope Transportable Array Gina Schmalzle Gina Schmalzle Robert McCaffrey Robert McCaffrey Kenneth C Creager Aaron G Wech Brent Delbridge EarthScope in Full Swing Along Strike Variations Of Episodic Tremor And Slip In The Cascadia Subduction Zone Lucy Flesch Lucy Flesch Lucy Flesch Emily Finzel Ken Ridgway William Holt EarthScope Alaska Evidence Of Active Mantle Flow Driving Surface Motions In Alaska Melissa Moore Driskell Melissa Moore Driskell Heather DeShon EarthScope in Full Swing Reduced Compressional Wavespeeds And Poisson s Ratios Along The Nicoya Peninsula Seismogenic Zone Costa Rica Andrew Brenders Andrew Brenders The Next Big Dream Think BIG The Low frequency Densely Sampled Wavefield In Exploration Seismology Applications Of Full waveform Inversion And Passive Seismic Interferometry Zhitu Ma Zhitu Ma Guy Masters EarthScope in Full Swing Surface Wave Phase Velocity Dispersion And Azimuthal Anisotropy Model For Constraining Crust And Upper Mantle Structure Jonathan Tytell Jonathan Tytell Frank Vernon Jennifer Eakins EarthScope in Full Swing Introducing The Full met Array Michael Hedlin Michael Hedlin Catherine de Groot Hedlin Bob Woodward Bob Busby Frank Vernon EarthScope in Full Swing A Study Of Atmospheric Pressure And Crustal Tilt Beneath The Usarray Transportable Array Matthew Fouch Matthew Fouch David James Richard Carlson Lara Wagner Maureen Long Chin wu Chen Kelsey Druken EarthScope in Full Swing Slab controlled Tectonomagmatism Of The Pacific Northwestern U s Carol Stein Carol Stein Seth Stein Miguel Merino Randy Keller Lucy Flesch EarthScope in Full Swing A New View Of The Plate tectonic Setting Of The Mid continent Rift Miguel Merino Miguel Merino Randy Keller Seth Stein Carol Stein EarthScope in Full Swing Variations In Mid continent Rift Magma Volumes Consistent With Microplate Evolution Celso Reyes Celso Reyes Yazan Suleiman Chad Trabant Rich Karstens Bruce Weertman Tim Ahern EarthScope in Full Swing Tools For Integrating Data Access From The Iris Dmc Into Research Workflows Julie Elliott Julie Elliott Jeff Freymueller Chris Larsen EarthScope Alaska Active Tectonics Of The Southern Alaska Margin Constrained By Gps Daniel Bartz Daniel Bartz James Conder EarthScope in Full Swing Ambient Noise Tomography Of The Wabash Valley Seismic Zone Carl Tape Carl Tape Michael West Vipul Silwal Natalia Ruppert EarthScope Alaska Earthquake Triggering And Nucleation On An Optimally Oriented Fault sumatra To Alaska Carl Tape Carl Tape Vipul Silwal EarthScope Alaska A Three dimensional Seismic Velocity Reference Model For Alaska Nicole Braudy Nicole Braudy richard gaschnig basil tikoff jeff vervoort diane wilford EarthScope in Full Swing Constraints On Kinematics Timing And Along strike Variations In The Western Idaho Shear Zone West Mountain West central Idaho Zhigang Peng Zhigang Peng Chastity Aiken Kevin Chao Hongfeng Yang Hector Gonzalez Huizar Baoshan Wang Lujendra Ojha EarthScope Alaska Global Search Of Triggered Tectonic Tremor Zhigang Peng Zhigang Peng Xiaofeng Meng Xiao Yu Bo Hong The Next Big Dream Think BIG Improved Understanding Earthquake Triggering From Waveform Matching Technique Gary Pavlis Gary Pavlis Xiaotao Yang Michael Hamburber Elizabeth Sherrille Hersh Gilbert Chen Chen Tyler Merrell Stephen Marshak Tim Larson John Rupp EarthScope in Full Swing Imaging The Earth Under The Cornfields The Ozark Illinois Indiana Kentucky oiink Flexible Array Experiment Ronni Grapenthin Ronni Grapenthin Ingrid Johanson Richard Allen EarthScope in Full Swing Integrating Real time Gps Into Earthquake Early Warning For Northern California Jiangbo Yu Jiangbo Yu EarthScope in Full Swing Gps Data Analysis Of The 2013 Mw 7 5 Southeastern Alaska Earthquake In Paul Bremner Paul Bremner Sutatcha Hongsresawat Mark Panning EarthScope in Full Swing Robust Splitting Intensity Measurements Of Sks Waves On All Usarray Stations And Isotropic Crustal Velocity Beneath Central Idaho Eastern Oregon Using Ambient Seismic Noise Gina Shcherbenko Gina Shcherbenko William Holt EarthScope the Dream Toward A Continuous Monitoring Of The Horizontal Displacement Gradient Tensor Field In Southern California Using Cgps Observations From Pbo Fred Pollitz Fred Pollitz Walter Mooney EarthScope in Full Swing Mantle Origin For Stress Concentration In The New Madrid Seismic Zone Frank Pazzaglia Frank Pazzaglia EarthScope in Full Swing Mineral Va Earthquake Demonstrates The Passive Aggressive Margin Of Eastern North America Colin O Rourke Colin O Rourke Anne Sheehan Lindsay Worthington Kate Miller Eric Erslev EarthScope in Full Swing 3d Crust And Mantle Tomography For The Bighorn Mountains Wyoming From A Joint Inversion Of Active And Passive Source Seismic Data Heresh Fattahi Heresh Fattahi Falk Amelung EarthScope in Full Swing Measuring Interseismic Long Wavelength

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    Laws Policies and Procedures Awards and Budget Codes Standing Committees Meeting Reports Secure Meetings Documents Staff Employment at IRIS Annual Reports Logos Citations Contact Us Directions IRIS CONSORTIUM News Community page Becoming a member Types of membership Map of current members How to cite IRIS Community Jobs Mailing Lists FAQs Travel Tips Directions Search RESOURCES Publications webinars posters newsletters proposals Digital print resources available IRIS offers a variety of resources for the seismological community and general public including online interactive materials regular newsletters brochures webinars past event materials We also offer digital copies of our proposals and reviews for download Publications Annual Reports Brochures and Information Sheets Newsletters Proposals and Reviews Workshop and Meeting Reports USArray and EarthScope Publications Posters Events Workshops Short Courses Webinars Calendar Educational Resources Teachable Moments For The Classroom Video Lecture Series Public Displays Animations Seismographs in Schools Seismogram Viewer USArray Wave Visualizations Teacher Professional Development Image Gallery Workshops 2013 05 Earthscope Mt Transportable Array Siting Workshop EarthScope MT Transportable Array Siting Workshop Sheraton Raleigh Hotel Raleigh NC Raleigh NC USA Info Travel Agenda Register Attendees Organized by the IRIS Electromagnetic Working Group Motivation By the end of 2013 the USArray magnetotelluric MT Transportable Array TA will have covered 25 of the continental US Proposed funding for 2014 2018 should result in coverage of an additional 25 of the lower 48 The goal of this workshop is to set priority areas within the continental US for future deployments of the MT TA We seek participation from across the spectrum of EarthScope science including the MT geology seismology and geodynamics communities to discuss and define priority areas which will further our understanding of the assembly and modification of the crust and mantle beneath North America Timing and Location The workshop will take place before the EarthScope National Meeting on Sunday May 12th 12 5 pm Registration for this workshop is free and will remain open until April 29th The workshop is located in Hanover III room on the third floor of the hotel Take the elevator to the 3rd Floor and bear to the right across the elevated walkway Lodging The workshop will take place at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel which also serves as lodging for the EarthScope National Meeting The registration deadline for rooms at the group rate is April 19th You can book a room here Reimbursement IRIS will provide lunch on Sunday There are limited funds available to support travel and lodging Pease contact Andy Frassetto by April 12th if you anticipate needing to utilize this financial assistance Sheraton Raleigh Hotel Raleigh NC Reference Materials 2008 Skamania Washington Workshop Report EMScope 2009 White Paper EMWoG 2010 Siting Recommendation Setting the Stage Bob Woodward USArray MT Transportable Array 2013 2018 Priorities Plans and Opportunities Adam Schultz USArray Magnetotelluric Siting 2014 2018 Logistics and Considerations Gary Egbert EarthScope MT Siting Workshop Review of Magnetotelluric MT Basics and Some Results from PNW movie Scientific Background Maureen Long Outstanding Questions Controversial Interpretations and Enigmatic Observations A Seismic Perspective

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    special interest in the larger aftershocks and those that occur outside the plate interface especially normal faulting events M7 in the upper plate that are of special concern in Chile because they can have shallow hypocenters on shore in proximity to populated areas Organizing Committee Sergio Barrientos University of Chile Klaus Bataille University of Concepción Susan Beck University of Arizona Anne Meltzer Lehigh University Onno Oncken Helmholtz Centre Potsdam Andreas Rietbrock University of Liverpool Ray Russo University of Florida Frederik Tilmann Helmholtz Centre Potsdam Christophe Vigny Ecole Normale Superieure Participants are responsible for making and payment of hotel and flight reservations Participants are responsible for meal costs with the exception of a hosted dinner on Wednesday and boxed lunches for the field trips Important Airport Itinerary Information Participants have the option of booking roundtrip flights to Concepción or Santiago The airport in Concepción is Carriel Sur International Airport CCP Participants attending the optional field trip on Friday March 8 should either book a roundtrip flight to Santiago International Airport SCL or book the return trip out of Santiago Flight duration from Santiago to Concepción is 1 hour and 6 hours by bus Passport Visa Requirements U S citizens entering Chile must have a valid passport U S citizens traveling to Chile for recreation tourism business or academic conferences do not need to obtain a visa prior to their arrival in Chile however a visa is required upon entry US citizens will be issued a visa at the airport for 160 Credit cards are accepted The exchange rate for 1 U S Dollar 480 Chilean Peso CLP Suggested hotels hostals Hotel Araucano http www hotelaraucano cl Hotel Ercilla http www hotelalonsodeercilla cl Germania Hotel http www hotelgermania cl Hotel El Dorado http www hoteleldorado cl Hotel Alborada http www hotelalborada cl Diego de Almagro Hotel http www dahoteles com seleccion php ciudad 8 Club Presidente Hotel http www hotelpresidente com details php hid 26 San Martin Hostal http www hostalsanmartin cl Bianca Hostal http www hostalbianca cl Monday March 4 18 00 hrs At Pinacoteca University of Concepción Opening Remarks and Reception Bernabé Rivas Vicerrector de Investigación y Desarrollo Universidad de Concepción Ricardo Toro Director Nacional ONEMI Armando Cisternas Institut de Physique du Globe Strasbourg Francia An important period of seismology in Chile 1956 1973 Tuesday March 5 At Auditorium EMPREUDEC Vicerrectoría de Investigación Keynote lecture and structural framework Moderators Frederik Tilmann Andreas Rietbrock 08 30 Hiroo Kanamori Keynote Lecture Diversity of subduction zone earthquakes and its implications for hazard mitigation 09 20 Gavin Hayes Seismotectonic framework of the February 27 2010 Mw8 8 Maule Chile Earthquake sequence 09 40 Susan Beck Imaging the Chile Forearc after the 2010 Maule earthquake 10 00 Coffee 10 20 Discussion Observing the rupture Moderators Susan Beck Anne Meltzer 10 40 Mauro Palo High frequency seismic emission during Maule earthquake Mw 8 8 27 02 2010 inferred from high resolution back projection analysis of P waves 11 00 Viviana Dionisio Broadband characterization of the 2010

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    Thurber Saturday July 16 Lecturer s Instructors 9 00 6 00 Earthquake location Overcview Recent developments challenges and opportunities Felix Waldhauser and Cliff Thurber Sunday July 17 Lecturer s Instructors 9 00 6 00 Station Site Visit Otavalo Ecuador Monday July 18 Lecturer s Instructors 9 00 11 00 Data Products introduction overview Goran Ekstrom Marcelo Asumpcao 11 00 12 00 New Developments in Broadband Data Goran Ekstrom 1 00 6 00 Introduction to Research Projects Goals and Objectives Introduction to earthquake source studies and Surface wave tomography Doug Dreger Sean Ford Mike Pasyanos Morgan Moschetti Tue Fri July 18 22 Lecturer s Instructors 9 00 6 00 Research Projects two tracks Dreger and Ford Pasyanos and Moschetti Saturday July 23 Lecturer s Instructors 9 00 6 00 Participant Research Symposium Institute participants Sunday July 24 Lecturer s Instructors 9 00 6 00 Future Research Roundtable Institute participants and lecturers Monday July 25 Lecturer s Instructors Travel Day Link between data quality and research quality Modern seismological methods of analyzing earthquakes and determining the structure of the Earth s interior require high quality well calibrated seismic data For example good timing of seismograms is essential for the determination of precise earthquake locations accurate gain and response characteristics are needed for the determination of earthquake magnitudes and focal mechanisms and the accurate horizontal orientation of the seismometer is needed for determination of elastic anisotropy in the Earth Continuity of operation and low levels of noise are additional factors that enhance the value of network data for research Routine processing and analysis of all seismic data produced by a network and the generation and review of routine data products has proved to be a useful approach to establishing network quality identifying data problems and maintaining the network quality over long periods of time The specific types of useful data products will depend on the type and scientific and operational objectives of the network but continuous monitoring of noise levels and quantitative comparison of observed and modeled seismograms for well characterized seismic sources are two methods of general value Station installation Important aspects of seismic station siting instrument selection vault design and power systems will be discussed The features of vaults that provide good coupling to the Earth thermal stability and protection from flooding and animal intrusion will be reviewed Station siting priorities will be summarized including isolation from anthropogenic and natural noise sources security drainage and reliability of power and telemetry The properties of specific commercially available sensors and data acquisition systems will be compared Schematics of vaults used in the U S Transportable Array and in PASSCAL deployments in diverse settings of the Americas will be shared Calibration and Instrument Response This portion of the Institute will be devoted to lectures and demonstrations on how to calibrate and verify the instrument response for broadband seismic stations Accurate calibration of seismometers and tracking of complete system response is one of the most difficult and challenging tasks in maintaining a sustainable seismic network The lectures will begin with a review of fundamental topics including discretization of continuous time series the discrete Fourier transform the Z transform and digital transfer functions and digital filter theory including zero phase and causal finite impulse response filters and deconvolution of instrument response The advanced exercises will include measuring and adjusting the transfer properties of seismometers and expressing them as complex frequency responses Both electrical calibration methods to measure the relative gain at different frequencies and mechanical calibration to measure the absolute gain will be covered Methods specific to force balance accelerometers with force balance feedback circuits longperiod velocity sensors and short period geophones will be developed Calibration on a shake table and by comparison to a reference sensor will be described and exercises will use software developed by Wielandt which he distributes freely and without restricting its use Sustainable Network Operations The development of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network and regional networks in the Caribbean and Chile will be used to illustrate the diverse aspects of network development and operations concentrating on those that make the network effective efficient and sustainable over the long run This daylong session will utilize both lectures and discussions to address both policy and technical issues associated with sustainable network operations The themes and topics listed below will be covered Networks produce data and information products for research education and public service Network operators need to balance demands of all of these goals Routine information products are increasingly in demand by policy makers the press and the public Most networks also provide education and training opportunities for seismologists of the future Long term financial support for operations and human resource development is often the most difficult aspect of network management A variety of support sources can help provide stability but can also generate expectations from various constituencies Support for the acquisition cost of new equipment must be balanced with establishing resources for how this equipment will be supported in the long run Open access and data sharing between networks in real time or near real time benefits routine network operations builds in redundancy and produces more robust earthquake solutions and data for higher levels of analysis Examples of seismic network operating systems currently being used in the western hemisphere will be described The capabilities comparative advantages disadvantages and appropriate places for use of several open and freely available systems will be summarized Telemetry technologies for network operations include analog radio and or telephone direct Internet connection IP digital over analog modems digital telephone digital radio satellite and cell modem Larger networks generally use a variety of telemetry technologies The advantage of having a mix is that during telemetry failures e g those caused by large earthquakes not all stations are dependent on the same technology Disadvantages include the need for multiple technical expertise and associated costs of this complexity Integrating strong motion data into regional networks is becoming a standard practice Modern digital strong motion systems have sensitivities to small ground motions

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    facilitating a dialog between academia industry and others Reservations Albuquerque Marriott 2101 Louisiana Boulevard NE Albuquerque New Mexico 87110 http www marriott com hotels travel abqnm albuquerque marriott SITS Discounted Room Rate 99 plus taxes 119 total Reservations can be made by clicking on the below link with the group code already entered http www marriott com hotels travel ABQNM groupCode iriiria app resvlink fromDate 6 15 11 toDate 6 18 11 Reservation Deadline Tuesday May 17 2011 Guests will make their own reservations Cancellation will be accepted without charge up to 6pm of the day of arrival Unconfirmed rooms in the reserved block will be released after Tuesday May 17 and rooms after this date will be subject to availability Transportation Albuquerque Sunport Airport ABQ is 9 miles from the hotel The hotel does not provide shuttle service The following ground transportation options are available Sunport Shuttle 13 one way http sunportshuttle com or 505 242 0302 Taxi estimated 20 one way Bus service 1 50 one way ABQ Ride 505 243 7433 Final Agenda Presentations Theme To explore emerging instrumentation technologies that provide solutions for key technical challenges in observational seismology Symposium will highlight operator perspectives on these challenges as well as emerging technologies in the thematic areas of communications power and timing The symposium will focus on creating and facilitating a dialog between academia industry and others Download Final Agenda 51kb pdf TIME THURSDAY JUNE 16 2011 PRESENTATION 7 00 A M Breakfast Salon F 8 00 A M Welcome Salon E Bob Nigbor University of California Los Angeles John Collins Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Session 1 Operator Perspective 25 min talks plus questions 8 15 A M Observatory Seismology Download Lind Gee U S Geological Survey Bob Hutt U S Geological Survey 8 45 A M Large scale Temporary Networks Download Bob Busby IRIS Consortium 9 15 A M Engineering Seismology Jameson Steidl University of California Santa Barbara 9 45 A M Portable Broadband Seismology PI Perspective Download Matt Fouch Arizona State University 10 15 A M Break Lobby 10 30 A M Portable Broadband Seismology PIC Perspective Tim Parker PASSCAL Instrument Center Download 11 00 A M Timing Frank Vernon University of California San Deigo Download 11 30 A M Challenges of Operating Modern Instrumentation in a Regional Network Focusing on Challenging Environments Download Roger Hansen University of Alaska 12 00 P M Lunch Salon F 1 00 P M Active Source Download Randy Keller University of Oklahoma 1 30 P M Defense Applications I Download Gunnar Radel Department of Defense 2 00 P M Rapid Response Ground Motion Download Jameson Steidl University of California Santa Barbara 2 15 P M Rapid Response Building Download Bob Nigbor University of California Los Angeles 2 30 P M BREAK Lobby 3 00 P M Rapid Response Seismic George Slad PASSCAL Instrument Center On behalf of Anne Meltzer Lehigh University Download 3 30 P M Early Warning Download Tom Heaton California Institute of Technology 4 00 P M

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    Haiti Minister of Environment Jean Marie Claude Germain 9 15AM Plenary Panel Strategies for Achieving Disaster Risk Reduction Moderator Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Suzanne Nossel Margareta Wahlstrom Special Representative to the U N Secretary General for Disaster Reduction Hyogo Framework for Action preparedness for reconstruction and recovery Guido Bertolaso Director of Italian Civil Protection Presidential Council of Ministers Agenda and Presentations A more detailed version of the agenda below can be downloaded as a PDF Click on an agenda item below for the related presentation file Monday March 22nd 8 30AM Call to Order David Applegate NSTC Subcommittee on Disaster Reduction 8 35AM Welcome Dr Pascal Goldschmidt Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs and Dean University of Miami Medical School Introduced by Tim Dixon University of Miami 8 50AM Keynote Haiti Minister of Environment Jean Marie Claude Germain 9 15AM Plenary Panel Strategies for Achieving Disaster Risk Reduction Moderator Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Suzanne Nossel Margareta Wahlstrom Special Representative to the U N Secretary General for Disaster Reduction Hyogo Framework for Action preparedness for reconstruction and recovery Guido Bertolaso Director of Italian Civil Protection Presidential Council of Ministers Whole of government approaches to rapid risk resilient recovery Ambassador Sergio Romero Cuevas Advisor of the Vice Minister for Economic Relations and International Cooperation in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico 10 30AM Plenary Panel Assessing Haiti s Hazard and Risk Moderator Paul Mann University of Texas at Austin Eric Calais Purdue University Overview of the Jan 12 earthquake and future seismic hazards Presentation Reggie DesRoches Georgia Tech Engineering perspective on the vulnerabilities of the built environment in Haiti Presentation Sergio Mora Castro Consultant in Risk Management to the World Bank Preliminary results of multi hazard assessment Presentation 1 30PM Reconstruction Timeline Technical Assistance Needs Andrew Morton United Nations Environment Programme Presentation 1 45PM Plenary Panel Lessons Learned from Other Rebuilding Efforts Moderator Cari Enav U S Department of State Tomio Saito Hyogo Prefecture The recovery experience after the Kobe earthquake Gavin Smith University of North Carolina Assessing the disaster recovery assistance framework Planning for post disaster recovery Rob Olshansky University of Illinois The process of reconstruction lessons from other catastrophic disasters Brian Tucker GeoHazards International Low cost culturally appropriate construction 3 00PM Charge to Breakout Groups 3 30PM Breakout Sessions Breakout sessions will focus on what can be offered now and what short term and long term data needs must be addressed to increase the benefit of what science and engineering can offer Breakouts will identify key recommendations considerations to share with broader group Topics include Seismic hazard issues including geology geodesy seismology and imagery Lead Wayne Pennington USAID Presenters Eric Fielding NASA Art Frankel USGS Carol Prentice USGS David Wald USGS Engineering issues including structural geotechnical infrastructure Lead Ellen Rathje UT Austin Presenters Marc Eberhard Univ of Washington Pierre Fouche Univ at Buffalo Multi hazard issues including landslides floods hurricanes tsunami Lead Craig Dobson NASA and Roberto Gutierrez UT Austin Presenters Christa von Hillebrandt NOAA Dalia Kirschbaum

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