7/26/14 to 7/31/14
Managing Data from Seismic Networks - Bogotá, Colombia
10/9/14 to 10/10/14
IRIS PASSCAL Standing Committee Meeting - Seattle, WA
10/16/14 to 10/17/14
IRIS GSN Standing Committee Meeting - Seattle, WA
10/20/14 to 10/21/14
IRIS Data Services Standing Committee Meeting - Fort Collins, CO
10/23/14 to 10/24/14
Workshop on the Future of the Amphibious Array - Snowbird, UT
Download Plenary Presentations from the IRIS Workshop
David Simpson Fund for Innovation Launched
Two Universities Join IRIS as Foreign Affiliate Members
IRIS is pleased to welcome two new Foreign Affiliates during May, the University of Oxford and the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
IRIS Project Associate Andy Frassetto Blogs about Inspiration from USArray
The Bridge, one of the American Geophysical Union's blogs, invited Andy Frassetto to share his thoughts on how EarthScope and USArray are inspiring the next generation of seismologists.
Watch Seismologists Install a Seismic Station in Antarctica
A team of seismologists recorded a few short videos as they deployed a seismic station in the Transantarctic Mountains.
HAPPY 30th BIRTHDAY, IRIS!
Thirty years ago, on May 8, 1984, the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology was formally certified as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in the State of Delaware, organized exclusively for educational and scientific purposes.
IRIS Bids Farewell to PASSCAL Program Manager James Gridley
James Gridley will be leaving IRIS to join Pinnacle, part of Halliburton, as the company’s Geophysics Adviser and Chief Technical Adviser in their largest production service line, Production Enhancement.
New Animations Focus on Megathrust Earthquakes and Alaska
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the magnitude 9.2 Great Alaska Earthquake of March 27, 1964, IRIS offers a set of three animations made in collaboration with the U.S. Geological Survey and the Alaska Earthquake Center.
June 23, 2014
Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - 7.9
April 19, 2014
Papua New Guinea - 7.5
April 18, 2014
Guerrero, Mexico - 7.2
April 12, 2014
Solomon Islands - 7.6/7.4
April 11, 2014
Papua New Guinea - 7.1
On Taylor Glacier, as part of a past study we discovered seasonal seismicity localized on the crevasse out of which the unique Blood Falls feature flows, accompanying ground penetrating radar suggests that this feature is underlain by a fault in the subglacial material... Read more
A 2.5-3 km long seismic line, with 10 meter geophone spacing (240 x 10 meter takeouts, 48-60 x 5 meter takeouts), to image the San Andreas Fault, with explosive and Betsy seisgun sources. Read more
Map of PASSCAL Experiments
Current and future experiments.