10/5/15 to 10/6/15
Ocean Bottom Seismology Symposium - Vancouver, Washington
IRIS Board of Directors Appoints a Nominations Committee for 2015 Elections
Update from IRIS President Bob Detrick – September 2015
New Report: Future Geophysical Facilities Required to Address Grand Challenges in the Earth
IRIS Issues Strategic Plan
NSF Issues ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter About the SAGE and GAGE Recompetition
Donate to the David Simpson Fund for Innovation
EarthScope Magnetotelluric Transportable Array Reaches the Atlantic Ocean
The EarthScope USArray Magnetotelluric Transportable Array (MT-TA) reached a major milestone when it installed a station in Jekyll Island, Georgia. This is the first MT-TA station to reach the Atlantic coast.
USArray Short Course Was a Huge Success
Twenty-eight students from 26 institutions participated in this year’s IRIS-organized short course on USArray data processing that was hosted by Indiana University in Bloomington.
IRIS Publishes 2015 Annual Report
Download a copy to see the ways in which IRIS is continuing to advance discovery, research, and education to understand our planet and benefit society.
Information about the Magnitude 8.3 Earthquake Off the Coast of Chile - Available Now!
Several web pages have been created with information for all interest levels.
Final Report on Global Seismographic Network External Review Released
The Global Seismographic Network (GSN) was recently evaluated by an External Review Committee. In their report, the review committee was unambiguous in its assessment of the fundamental importance of the GSN for scientific discovery and earthquake monitoring, as well as mission-agency objectives.
September 16, 2015
Offshore Coquimbo, Chile - 8.3
July 27, 2015
New Guinea - 7.0
July 18, 2015
Solomon Islands - 7.0
June 17, 2015
Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge - 7.0
May 30, 2015
Bonin Islands, Japan - 7.8
Map of PASSCAL Experiments
Current and future experiments.