|Last Name||First Name||Institution||Roll||Since||Until|
|Schultz||Adam||Oregon State University||Observer||2014||Present|
|Ferguson||Ian||University of Manitoba||Member||2017||2019|
|Key||Kerry||University of California, San Diego||Member||2015||2017|
|Worthington||Lindsay L.||University of New Mexico||Member||2017||2019|
|Bennington||Ninfa||University of Wisconsin, Madison||Member||2016||2018|
|Bedrosian||Paul||US Geological Survey, Denver||Ex Officio||2014||Present|
|Evans||Rob||Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution||Chair||2017||2017|
|Schulte-Pelkum||Vera||University of Colorado, Boulder||Member||2016||2018|
The Electromagnetic Advisory Committee (EMAC) will review and provide advice on the operation, evolution, and technical performance of the USArray Magnetotelluric Array. The EMAC is neither a science planning nor operations committee, but should review MT operations in the context of the science framework for USArray and EarthScope. The EMAC will cultivate and incorporate community input and participation regarding the operational and scientific aspects of the MT effort, via convening of special interest groups or other mechanisms. The MT Project Lead and the MT Subaward PI will be the primary IRIS staff liaisons with the Advisory Committee and will coordinate with the EMAC Chair to develop topics and questions for review and action by the EMAC.
The Committee will meet as needed, but no less than twice per year, and will provide an annual written report to the IS SC, the IRIS President and Board of Directors. Additionally, the Committee may be charged with reviewing special topics and questions requiring prompt action. Members of the Committee are appointed by the Board of Directors and serve renewable three-year terms.