Earthscope National Meeting 2013
Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

POSTER UPDATE:

  • POSTER BOARD SIZE IS 4'(HIGH) x 8'(WIDE)
  • POSTERS WILL REMAIN UP THROUGHOUT THE MEETING
  • PARTICIPANTS MAY BEGIN TO HANG POSTERS AFTER 7:30AM ON MONDAY, MAY 13.
  • POSTERS NEED TO BE TORN DOWN BY 2:00PM ON WEDNESDAY

Photo of the Rayleigh Convention Center

Raleigh Convention Center
500 South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601
 

The 2013 EarthScope National Meeting will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Raleigh Convention Center. The goal of this meeting is to celebrate EarthScope's successes, share new and exciting EarthScope Science, discuss EarthScope's forward trajectory, and start planning for the Next Big Thing. To that end, there will be four plenary sessions::

  • EarthScope the Dream
  • EarthScope in Full Swing (Parts I and II)
  • EarthScope++: Alaska
  • The Next Big Dream: Think BIG!!!

The program committee comprises scientific community members from a range of disciplines:

Lara Wagner University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Tri-Chair)
Ramon Arrowsmith       EarthScope National Office/Arizona State University (Tri-Chair)
Matt Fouch EarthScope National Office/Carnegie Institution of Washington (Tri-Chair)
Adrian Borsa University of California, San Diego
Harmony Colella Miami University of Ohio
Steve Marshak University of Illinois
Nathan Niemi University of Michigan
Frank Pazzaglia Lehigh University
Carl Tape University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Meeting Location

Raleigh Convention Center
500 South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Host Hotel

Sheraton Raleigh Hotel
421 South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Reservations

Sleeping room rate $139.00++ per night based on single and double occupancy.

Each guest must make his/her own reservations by calling 800-325-3535 or online by clicking here.  Identify yourself as a member of the EarthScope group.   All reservations must be guaranteed and accompanied by a first-night room and tax deposit with a major credit card.  NOTE:  Students and postdoctoral fellows awarded scholarship funds will not make individual reservations.  Reservations will be made on scholarship recipients behalf on a shared room basis.

The reservation cut-off date is Friday, April 19. Reservations will be accepted after this date on a space and rate available basis.

Airport & Ground Transportation

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) is located 20 minutes from the hotel and convention center and services eight airline carriers and their regional partners:

Air Canada
AirTran
American Airlines
Delta
JetBlue
Southwest
United
US Airways

RDU International Airport
1600 Terminal Blvd, I-40 at Exit 284B
919-840-2123

Ground transportation is provided by the Raleigh-Durham International Airport Taxi Service, the Triangle Transit Authority and local limousine and shuttle companies. Cab fare is approximately $35 one-way.

Shuttle Transportation Services

Sky Shuttle Inc.
(919) 599-8100
http://www.skyshuttleride.com

Skylink Shuttle
(919) 233-3952
http://www.skylinkshuttle.com

Driving Directions to Sheraton Raleigh Hotel

From Points East

  • Take Interstate 40 to Exit 298B (South Saunders Street).
  • Keep right to McDowell Street. Turn right onto Davie Street and then right onto Salisbury Street.
  • The hotel will be on the left.

From Points South

  • Take State Highway 1 to Interstate 40 East. Proceed on I-40E  and take Exit 298B (South Saunders Street).
  • Keep right to McDowell Street.
  • Turn right onto Davie Street and then right onto Salisbury Street.
  • The hotel will be on the left.  *Note* Please ignore the detour signs.

From Raleigh-Durham International Airport

  • Take Interstate 40 East towards Raleigh and take Exit 298B (South Saunders Street).
  • Keep right and continue to McDowell Street and then turn right onto Davie Street.
  • Turn right onto South Salisbury Street to the hotel.

From Points North

  • Take State Highway 1 to Capital Boulevard. Proceed on Capital Boulevard which will become Dawson Street.
  • Turn left onto Hillsborough Street and then right onto Salisbury Street.
  • The hotel is on the left. *Note* Please ignore the detour signs.

Parking at Raleigh Convention Center

Public Parking garages on Lenoir Street between Salisbury and McDowell Street; one on McDowell Street between Cabarrus and Davie Street; One on Salisbury Street between Cabarrus and Davie Street.

Charge: $7.00

Accessible Parking: 1st level of each garage

Travel Policy

Policies Applicable to All Participants

  • Every participant is responsible to register for the Workshop before the deadline and must pay the registration fee.
  • Every participant is individually responsible for expenses except where reimbursement is explicitly offered below.
  • Except for supported students and post-docs, every participant is responsible for making their own lodging reservation.
  • Every registered participant and registered accompanying person is welcome at all group meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and breaks) throughout the meeting.
  • Qualified participants (see below) will receive reimbursement after submitting an IRIS expense form and receipts within one month after the Workshop.

Supported Participants

Lodging for up to three nights, registration and catered meals are covered. Limited travel support is available.  The registration fee can be waived during registration submission if a code has been provided prior to registering.  A credit card refund will be issued if payment was made at the time of registration.

Supported participants are responsible for making their own lodging reservation and must use a credit card to secure the reservation and pay the room deposit.   Sheraton Hotel will be notified that only the room and tax charges will be transferred to the master bill. Incidental charges will remain the responsibility of the supported participant.

Supported Students/Postdoctoral Fellows

Lodging, registration and catered meals are covered for approved students/post-docs.  Additional travel support is available and will be outlined in the acceptance letters.

Lodging will be covered for a maximum of three nights.  Students/post-docs will be requested to share double rooms.  It is not necessary to make hotel reservations.  The workshop organizers will reserve rooms and assign roommates.  Travelers who choose not to share a room may contact the organizers and make arrangements for a single room at the traveler’s expense (cost of single room in excess of shared room rate). 

The registration fee can be waived during registration submission if a code has been provided prior to registering.  A credit card refund will be issued if payment was made at time of registration.

To view presentations, click on the presentation titles listed on the agenda.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

12:00 – 5:00 PM: Pre-Meeting Field Trip (optional)  

The trip will depart promptly from the S. Salisbury Street entrance of the Raleigh Convention Center at 12:00 noon.  Please arrive 15-20 minutes early to check in and receive a copy of the field guide.  Our destination is Raven Rock State Park and the rapids of the Cape Fear River.  We will be at the park for ~3 hours and hike ~3 kilometers, loosing and gaining ~80 m vertical.  Please wear appropriate footwear (low-hikers are fine) and be prepared for inclement weather.  We also recommend taking along a light snack and water.  The buses and park have restroom facilities.  We plan to arrive back in Raleigh at 5:00 PM.

Field trip leaders: Sean Gallen and colleagues, North Carolina State University. See their recent paper: Miocene rejuvenation of topographic relief in the southern Appalachians, Sean F. Gallen, Karl W. Wegmann, DelWayne R. Bohnenstieh, GSA Today, February 2013; DOI: 10.1130/GSATG163A.1; http://www.geosociety.org/gsatoday/archive/23/2/pdf/i1052-5173-23-2-4.pdf.

12:00 – 5:00 PM USArray Magnetotelluric Siting: 2014-2018 Location: Sheraton Hotel, Hanover III

This workshop will engage a cross-disciplinary audience in a discussion of siting plans for the magnetotelluric component of the USArray Transportable Array.  The major goal will be to identify and prioritize science targets and potential geographic footprints for the MT TA in 2014-2018. 

Organizers: Paul Bedrosian, Maureen Long, Gary Egbert, on behalf of the IRIS EM Working Group

5:00 – 6:00 PM Developing Programs and Resources for Early Career Investigators across EarthScope Location: Sheraton Hotel, Hanover II

New faculty members and researchers have commitments spread across research, teaching, service, student advising, family, etc.  This discussion will review the current resources available to assist early career development and discuss ideas for their improvement.  Then a representative from British Petroleum will give a short presentation about what it is like in the industry.  We encourage all members of the EarthScope community to attend.  Perpectives and mentorship from more senior members of the EarthScope community are particularly welcomed.  For more ECI information, please visit: http://www.iris.edu/hq/eci.

Organizers: Harmony Colella, Derek Schutt, Danielle Sumy, Andy Frassetto

6:00 - 7:30 PM  Icebreaker Reception Location:  Sheraton Hotel, Oak Forest A

Monday, May 13, 2013 (Raleigh Convention Center)

Plenary Session 1: EarthScope the Dream

A history of how a big program like EarthScope comes together and what we can learn from this example as we move forward toward the Next Big Thing.

7:00 Registration Lobby Level 3 (Salisbury St. Entrance)
7:00 – 8:00 Breakfast Room 306
8:00 - 8:10 Welcome Room 302
A review of the successes and challenges of EarthScope; past, present and future to help guide us and the next generation of scientists developing the Next Big Thing.
8:10 - 8:30

EarthScope: From a Spark of an Idea to Inception, Lessons Learned from a Successful Community Earth Science Initiative

Video of Presentation

Anne Meltzer (Lehigh)
8:30 - 8:45

SAFOD and the Future of Scientific Drilling in Fault Zones

Video of Presentation

Heather Savage (LDEO)
8:45 - 9:00

Inventing The Plate Boundary Observatory

Video of Presentation

Duncan Agnew (Scripps)
9:00 - 9:15

The Birth of USArray

Video of Presentation

Matt Fouch (DTM)
9:15 - 9:30

Broadening the Impact of EarthScope through Education and Outreach

Video of Presentation

John Taber (IRIS)
9:30 - 9:45

The Concept And The Eventual Reality Of A Geoswath

Video of Presentation

Basil Tikoff (Wisconsin)
9:45 - 10:00

Toward Federated Networks: Integrated Science Applications and Building Diverse Communities

Video of Presentation

Meghan Miller (UNAVCO) 
10:00 - 10:15

EarthScope: Community Collaboration in Distributed Science 

Video of Presentation

David Simpson (IRIS)
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee Break Location: Lobby
10:45 - 11:00

USGS and EarthScope

Video of Presentation

Mike Blanpied (USGS)
11:00 - 11:15

EarthScope Update from NSF

Video of Presentation

Greg Anderson (NSF)
11:15 - 11:45 Plenary Discussion of the Amphibious Array and its Connections to EarthScope  
11:45 – 1:15 Lunch  Room 306

Plenary Session 2: EarthScope in Full Swing (Part I)

Science completed, science ongoing and imminently upcoming (i.e. eastern US), overview of how far we’ve come toward our original goals, how those goals have changed, and what still remains to be done in EarthScope: the lower 48.

1:15 - 1:20 Introduction Room 302
1:20 - 1:35

Imaging The Earth Under The Cornfields: The Ozark Illinois Indiana Kentucky (OIINK) Flexible Array Experiment

Video of Presentation

Gary Pavlis (Indiana)
1:35 - 1:50

Doing Some New Things With EarthScope Data

Video of Presentation

Charles Langston (CERI/Memphis)
1:50 - 2:05

Mineral, VA Earthquake Demonstrates the Passive Aggressive Margin of Eastern North America

Video of Presentation

Frank Pazzaglia (Lehigh)
2:05 - 3:00 Breakout Sessions  
 

1. The Future of SAFOD Downhole Observatory and Related Science

The organizers of this session would like to invite the entire EarthScope community to join us in a discussion about the future of SAFOD downhole observatory.  This session will evaluate the future of the downhole component in the broad context of EarthScope and its relationship to the wider continental drilling/downhole scientific community.

Organizers: Jamie Steidl, Glen Mattioli, Dave Mencin, Wade Johnson

301A
 

2. The Right Side of the Continent: EarthScope in Eastern North America

An informal discussion of ongoing, upcoming and planned projects, and science targets in eastern North America. 

Organizers:  Vadim Levin, Maureen Long

301B
 

3. Guiding the Future of the Amphibious Array Facility

The deployment of the Amphibious Array associated with the Cascadia Initiative will end in 2015, and there is no current plan for how to utilize the facility after that date.  Community guidance is needed to determine the future of the facility that includes ~60 broadband OBS and ~27 onshore broadband stations. 

Organizers: Maggie Benoit, Geoff Abers, Will Wilcock
303
3:00 -4:00 Posters and Coffee Ballroom A
4:00 - 4:30 SAFOD Community Discussion Room 302
4:30 - 4:50

PBO H2O: Plate Boundary Observatory Studies Of The Water Cycle

Video of Presentation

Kristine Larson (Colorado)
4:50 - 5:10

EarthScope’s Broader Impacts

Video of Presentation

Steve Semken (Arizona State University)
5:10 - 5:30

Deep Crustal Structure, Processes, and Properties from Xenoliths and Seismic Observations in the Rocky Mountains

Video of Presentation

Kevin Mahan (Colorado)
6:00 - 8:00

Dinner and Evening Program: Acronym Poetry Slam, Data Contest and Photo Contest Winners

Room 306
8:00 - 10:00  Posters & Cash Bar Ballroom A

Tuesday, May, 14, 2013 (Raleigh Convention Center)

Plenary Session 3: EarthScope in Full Swing (Part II)

7:00 - 8:00 Breakfast Room 306
8:00 - 8:05 Welcome Room 302
8:05 -8:25 Mantle Tomography Beneath USArray: Slab Segmentation, Deep Roots of the Yellowstone Hotspot, and Lithospheric Instabilities Brandon Schmandt (New Mexico)
8:25 - 8:45

Seismic Tomography and Interferometry: From Shallow to Deep

Video of Presentation

Fan-Chi Lin (Caltech)
8:45 - 9:05

Dynamics of Crust-Mantle Coupling in Western U.S. Through Combined Analysis and Modeling of EarthScope Seismic, Geodetic, and Geological Data

Video of Presentation

William Holt (SUNY Stony Brook)
9:05 - 9:25

USArray Magnetotelluric Imaging

Video of Presentation

Adam Schultz (Oregon State)
9:25 - 9:40 Coffee Break Lobby
9:40 - 10:40 Breakout Sessions  
  1. A Network of Geodetic Networks for the Americas

In this session, we will explore the science rationale and broader impact that could result from linking open-data geoetic networks such as the Plate Boundary Observatory, the emerging COCONet in the Caribbean, and TLALOCNet, currently under development by Mexico's weather service (Servicio Meteorologico Nacional).  We will also investigate the practical problems that would need to be addressed to advance such an initiative.

Organizers: Bill Holt, Kristine Larson
301A
  2. EarthScope in the Central U.S.

We will discuss both various EarthScope projects and related studies other investigators are doing both in terms of site-specific results and their implications for fundamental issues about continental evolution, intracontinental tectonics, etc. that have global implications.

Organizers: Seth Stein, Steve Marshak
301B
  3. Data Session I:  Data Products from the EarthScope Data Centers at UNAVCO and IRIS

We will summarize the data products available from the UNAVCO Geodetic Data Services and the IRIS Data Management Center.  Additionally, we will describe data products in development and plans for the future.  The data-derivative products produced at both UNAVCO and IRIS are key to making EarthScope data as broadly useful as possible.  Generous time will be left for questions and feedback on what useful data products could be developeed in the future.

Organizers:  Dave Phillips (UNAVCO), Chad Trabant (IRIS)
303
  4. The Subduction Zone Observatory

A Subduction Zone Observatory could be the "next big thing" after EarthScope.  Imagine a multi-disciplinary observatory stretching the length of the eastern Pacific, from the Aleutians 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

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Last Name First Name Institution
Abers Geoffrey Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
Adinolfi Andrew IRIS Consortium
Agnew Duncan Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Ahern Tim IRIS Consortium
Aleqabi Ghassan Washington University in St. Louis
Aly Mohamed Idaho State University
Anderson Greg National Science Foundation
Anderson Kent IRIS Consortium
Anthony Robert New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Arroucau Pierre North Carolina Central University
Arrowsmith Ramon Arizona State University
Aster Richard New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Austin Ken UNAVCO
Azevedo Sandra IRIS PASSCAL
Bahavar Manochehr IRIS Data Management Center
Baranowski Mary IRIS Consortium
Barbour Andrew UCSD
Bardar Erin TERC
Bartz Daniel Southern Illinois University
Baumback Devon EarthScope National Office
Beaudoin Bruce IRIS PASSCAL
Bechtel Randy North Carolina Geological Survey
Bedrosian Paul United States Geological Survey
Bennington Ninfa University of Wisconsin - Madison
Benoit Margaret The College of New Jersey
Bierma Ryan UNAVCO
Blanpied Michael USGS Earthquake Hazards
Blume Frederick UNAVCO
Bobyarchick Andy University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Bohon Wendy Arizona State University
Boler Fran UNAVCO
Bollman Trevor Northwestern University
Borsa Adrian Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Braudy Nicole University of Wisconsin - Madison
Bremner Paul University of Florida
Brenders Andrew BP America Inc.
Brown Justin CalTech/USGS
Brown Larry Cornell University
Brownlee Sarah Wayne State University
Burk Daniel Michigan State University
Busby Bob IRIS Consortium
Byerly Ad University of Wisconsin - Madison
Caldwell Philip Schneider Electric
Chadwell C. David Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Chai Chengping Pennsylvania State University
Charlevoix Donna UNAVCO
Chen Chen Purdue University
Christensen Douglas University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Colella Harmony Miami University of Ohio
Conder James Southern Illinois Univesity
Crotwell Philip University of South Carolina
Crowell Brendan Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Dalbotten Diana University of Minnesota
Davenport Kathy Virginia Tech
Dick Cindy EarthScope National Office
Dickinson Haylee Purdue University
Dorr Perle IRIS Consortium
Dueker Ken University of Wyoming
Duff Patrick University of South Carolina
Eakins Jennifer University of California, San Diego
Ebinger Cynthia University of Rochester
Egber Gary Oregon State University
Ellins Katerin University of Texas at Austin
Elliott Julie Cornell University
Enders Max UNAVCO
Engelmann Carol Michigan Technological University
Erslev Eric University of Wyoming
Estabrook Charles National Science Foundation
Fattahi Heresh University of Miami, RSMAS
Feaux Karl UNAVCO
Feucht Daniel University of Colorado Boulder
Fischer Karen Brown University
Flesch Lucy Purdue University
Floyd Michael Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ford Heather Yale University
Foster Katie University of Wyoming
Fouch Matthew Carnegie Institution of Washington
Frassetto Andrew IRIS Consortium
Gallegos Andrea New Mexico State University
Gao Haiying University of Rhode Island
Garnero Ed Arizona State University
Gaschnig Richard University of Maryland
Gilbert Hersh Purdue University
Gottlieb Michael UNAVCO
Grapenthin Ronni University of California, Berkeley
Greene Fernando Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami
Gridley James IRIS Consortium
Gurnis Michael California Institute of Technology
Hafner Katrin IRIS Consortium
Han Liang Virginia Tech
Hansen Steven University of Colorado Boulder
Harder Steven University of Texas at El Paso
Hardy Sandra University of Texas at El Paso
Hayward Chris Southern Methodist University
Hedlin Michael University of California, San Diego
Herring Thomas Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hirshorn Barry DOC/NOAA/NWS Pacific Tsunami Warning Center
Hodgkinson Kathleen UNAVCO
Hole John Virginia Tech
Holt Bill Stony Brook University
Hopper Emily Brown University
Irving Jessica Princeton University
Jadamec Margarete Brown University
Jaume Steven College of Charleston
Jin Ge Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
Johanson Ingrid University of California, Berkeley
Johnson Wade UNAVCO
Keifer Ian University of Wyoming
Keller Randy University of Oklahoma
Kellogg Louise University of California, Davis
Kerr Richard Science Magazine
King Robert Massachusetts Institute of Technology
King Scott Virginia Tech
Knezevic Antonijevic Sanja University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Koper Keith University of Utah
Kumar Abhash University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Langston Charles Center For Earthquake Research and Information, University of Memphis
Larson Kristine Geotop, Université du Québec à Montréal
Lawrence Jesse Stanford University
Lees Jonathan University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lekic Vedran University of Maryland
Levin Vadim Rutgers University
Lillie Robert Oregon State University
Lin Fan-Chi California Institute of Technology
Liu Yuan Yuan Stony Brook University
Livelybrooks Dean University of Oregon
Lohman Rowena Cornell University
Long Maureen Yale University
Lowry Anthony R. Utah State University
Luetkemeyer Patrick Saint Louis University
Luttrell Karen United States Geological Survey
Ma Zhitu Scripps Institution of Oceanography
MacGregor Ian American Geoscience Institute
Magnani Beatrice Center for Earthquake Research and Information
Mahan Kevin University of Colorado Boulder
Marliyani Gayatri Arizona State University
Marshak Stephen University of Illinois
Mattioli Glen UNAVCO
McAuliffe Carla TERC
McGary R Shane Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
McGuire Jeffrey Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
McLean Lois McLean Media
McQuillan Patrick IRIS Consortium
Meltzer Anne Lehigh University
Mencin David UNAVCO
Merino Miguel Northwestern University
Miller Meghan UNAVCO
Miller Pnina IRIS PASSCAL
Moran Seth United States Geological Survey
Morgan Julia Rice University
Morris Robin IRIS Consortium
Mostafanejad Akram Center For Earthquake Research and Information, University of Memphis
Nelson Robert Illinois State University
Neuhauser Doug University of California, Berkeley
Ni James New Mexico State University
Niemi Nathan University of Michigan
Nyblade Andrew Penn State
O'Rourke Colin University of Colorado Boulder
Olds Shelley UNAVCO
Park Jeffrey Yale University
Parker Elias University of Georgia
Parker Tim PASSCAL/NMT
Pavlis Gary Indiana University
Pazzaglia Frank Lehigh University
Peng Zhigang Georgia Tech
Peters Shanan University of Wisconsin - Madison
Pettis Leah EarthScope National Office
Phillips David UNAVCO
Pitcher Travis UNAVCO
Porter Ryan Carnegie Institution of Washington
Powell Christine University of Memphis
Pratt John University of Colorado Boulder
Pratt Martin Washington University in St. Louis
Pratt-Sitaula Beth UNAVCO
Puskas Christine UNAVCO
Ravat Dhananjay University of Kentucky
Reading Anya University of Tasmania
Reid Mary Northern Arizona University
Reyes Celso IRIS Data Management Center
Ridgway Ken Purdue University
Robinson Sarah EarthScope National Office
Roeloffs Evelyn United States Geological Survey
Rooney Tyrone Michigan State University
Sandwell David Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Savage Heather Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
Schmalzle Gina University of Washington
Schmandt Brandon University of New Mexico
Schultz Adam Oregon State University
Schutt Derek Colorado State University
Schwab Patrick EarthScope National Office
Semken Steven EarthScope National Office/Arizona State University
Shcherbenko Gina Stony Brook University
Shelly David United States Geological Survey
Shen Weisen University of Colorado Boulder
Shen Yang University of Rhode Island
Shen Zhengkang National Science Foundation
Simpson David IRIS Consortium
Slad George IRIS PASSCAL
Solis Teira University of Texas at El Paso
Spinler Joshua University of Arizona
Stanley Laura University of Houston
Steidl Jamison University of California, Santa Barbara
Stein Carol University of Illinois at Chicago
Stein Seth Northwestern University
Stetson-Lee Tor University of Wisconsin - Madison
Stump Brian Southern Methodist University
Sumy Danielle United States Geological Survey
Sun Wei-Fang Georgia Tech
Sweet Justin University of Washington
Taber John IRIS Consortium
Tape Carl University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Tessman Rick McLean Media
Teyssier Christian University of Minnesota
Thorne Michael University of Utah
Tikoff Basil University of Wisconsin - Madison
Tong Xiaopeng Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Trabant Chad IRIS Data Management Center
Tromp Jeroen Princeton University
Tsai Victor California Institute of Technology
Tsuboi Seiji JAMSTEC
Tytell Jonathan Scripps Institution of Oceanography
van der Lee Susan Northwestern University
Vernon Frank University of California, San Diego
Vervoort Jeffrey Washington State University
Vlahovic Gordana North Carolina Central University
Wade Jennifer National Science Foundation
Wagner Lara University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Walls Chris UNAVCO
Wannamaker Philip Energy & Geoscience Institute, University of Utah
Wech Aaron United States Geological Survey, Alaska Volcano Observatory
Wei Meng Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Wei Shengji California Institute of Technology
West John Arizona State University
Whitcomb James National Science Foundation
Whitmeyer Steve James Madison University
Wilcock William University of Washington
Willemann Raymond IRIS Consortium
Wolin Emily Northwestern University
Woodward Robert IRIS Consortium
Woolverton Diane Palestine High School
Wysession Michael Washington University
Yagi Yuji University of Tsukuba
Yang Xiaotao Indiana University
Young Brian Center For Earthquake Research and Information, University of Memphis
Yu Jiangbo University of Houston

Notice:
The scholarship application period for this workshop closed at .

Important Dates

  • Registration open:
    Thu, February 28, 2013
  • Registration deadline:
    Fri, April 05, 2013
  • Abstract Submissions open:
    Fri, March 01, 2013
  • Abstract Submissions deadline:
    Fri, April 05, 2013
  • Workshop dates:
    May 13-15, 2013

Workshop Location
Raleigh Convention Center