Earlier this spring, the Transportable Array team headed to the field to begin this year’s deployment in Alaska and Northwestern Canada. Continue Reading ->
The Greenland Ice Sheet Monitoring Network is an 11-nation collaboration initiated by IRIS to establish a new northern observatory for monitoring this rapidly changing ice sheet. Continue Reading ->
Seismologists and seismic network operators from 19 Asian countries recently participated in a week-long training course on the management of data from seismic networks. Continue Reading ->


Jun 02 16 IRIS Distinguished Lecture Series Oregon Museum of Science & Industry - Portland, OR
Aug 01 16 USArray Shortcourse Evanston, IL
Aug 29 16 IRIS Distinguished Lecture Series Oregon Museum of Science & Industry - Portland, OR
Oct 14 16 IRIS Distinguished Lecture Series Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OH
Nov 14 16 2016 Winter Board of Directors Meeting Boston, MA



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Read essays about the experiences of USArray field crews, student siters, and others ...more
From late 2013 through 2018, the USArray Transportable Array will site, deploy, and operate seismograph stations throughout Alaska to image its deep geologic structure. ...more
Two complementary research projects are examining the processes of ocean-continent subduction and mountain building in the Central Andes of Peru and Bolivia. ...more
The SESAME project aims to better understand the effects of continental collision and rifting in the southern Appalachians. ...more