Earthscope National Meeting 2015
Stowe Mountain Lodge , Stowe , Vermont

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Summary

The 2015 EarthScope National Meeting will be held at the Stowe Mountain Lodge in beautiful Stowe, Vermont from June 14-17. Conference highlights include the opportunity to showcase research in the poster sessions, hear firsthand results of pioneering EarthScope studies, discussions on the future after EarthScope, and the option to participate in a pre meeting field trip with local EarthScope scientists. The main meeting program will have 5 themes as plenary sessions: Dynamics and evolution of the North American continent: crust, lithosphere, and deep mantle; From Groundwater to the Ionosphere; Active tectonics and modern earth processes of North America; Advances in understanding and forecasting hazards; and EarthScope innovations and looking into the future. Early career scientists are strongly encouraged to attend (partial support may be available). 

For questions about meeting content contact earthscope@asu.edu.

2015 EarthScope National Meeting Organizing Committee

Julie Elliott Purdue University
Noel Bartlow University of California, San Diego (SIO)
Fan Chi Lin University of Utah
Doug Christensen University of Alaska Fairbanks
Bob de Groot University of Southern California (SCEC)
Patrick Fulton University of California, Santa Cruz
Gareth Funning University of California, Riverside
Maureen Long Yale University
Andrew Newman Georgia Tech
Adam Schultz Oregon State University
Laura Webb University of Vermont

EarthScope National Office at Arizona State University

Ramon Arrowsmith
Steve Semken
Sarah Robinson
Cindy Dick
Wendy Bohon

Hotel Reservation Deadline is Wednesday, May 20 (extended)

Rooms will be offered based on availability at the discounted group rate after May 20

 

Travel 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 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.

Hotel Reservations

Stowe Mountain Lodge

7412 Mountain Road

Stowe, VT 05672

Online Reservations: EarthScope

Toll Free Reservations: (888) 478-6938

Nightly Rate: $199

Directions from Burlington International Airport

Follow Airport Drive and turn left onto US-2/Williston Road. Turn right onto VT-2A/St. George Road and follow for approximately 1 mile. Merge onto Interstate 89 South for approximately 20 miles. Take exit 10 (Stowe/Waterbury exit) and turn left onto VT-100N. Follow this for 11 miles until you reach the stop sign with flashing light. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto Route 108N (Mountain Road), and follow this for approximately 7.5 miles up the mountain. Stowe Mountain Lodge will be on your right-hand side.

Stowe is located 45 minutes from Burlington International Airport. The airport offers non-stop flights from Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, New York City and Washington DC.

Please call 802-253-3560 to arrange for private airport transfer services. Taxi services and car rentals are also available at the airport.

Supported Participants - Invited Plenary Session Speakers & Organizing Committee

Lodging for up to three nights, a discounted registration fee and a maximum of $750 is available to invited plenary session speakers and members of the organizing committee.  The $750 is available to offset travel costs such as airfare, ground transportation and non-catered meals. 

The registration fee is non-reimbursable and is not included in the travel support offered.

All meeting expenses are a on a reimbursable basis.  An expense reimbursement form must be submitted with itemized receipts within 30 days after the meeting.

Supported Students/Postdoctoral Fellows

Lodging for up to three nights, a discounted registration fee and a maximum of $500 is available for approved students/post-docs. The $500 is available to offset travel costs such as airfare, ground transportation and non-catered meals.

Students/post-docs will be requested to share double rooms.  It is not necessary to make hotel reservations.  The meeting organizers will reserve rooms and assign roommates.  Supported students/postdocs who opt out of sharing a room with another supported student/postdoc will result in no support offered for the lodging portion. 

Meeting expenses, with the exception of the lodging support, are on a reimbursable basis. An expense reimbursement form must be submitted with itemized receipts within 30 days after the meeting.

 

For questions regarding meeting logistics contact Mary.Baranowski@iris.edu.

Monday, June 15 (Viewable Presentations are Highlighted in Blue)

Time Title

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

Tamarack Ballroom

8:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Welcome

 

[30 Minute Plenary Talks; 15 Minute Short Talks]

Plenary Session I: Dynamics and Evolution of the North American Continent: Crust, Lithosphere, and Deep Mantle

The dynamics and evolution of the North American continent represent prime science targets for EarthScope. This session highlights new geological and geophysical constraints on the North American crust, lithosphere, and deep mantle. Topics include the architecture and history of North American terrane accretion, dynamics of the deep mantle and interactions with the overlying lithosphere, the tectonics of rifting in regions such as the mid-continent and the passive continental margin, and opportunities for place-based education.

Plenary Talks

Steve Semken, Arizona State University: EarthScope's Contributions to the Practice of Place-Based Geoscience Education

Scott Burdick, University of Maryland: Global Traveltime Tomography with Transportable Array Data

Seth Stein, Northwestern University: The Midcontinent Rift: where rift met LIP

Short Talks

Esteban Gazel, Virginia Tech: The Youngest (~48 Ma) Magmatic Event in Eastern North America

Esteban Bowles-Martinez, Oregon State University: Continental Core and Margin Conductivity Structure; Cascadia to Great Plains, MCR and Keweenaw Hot Spot

Scott King, Virginia Tech: MAGIC Geodynamic Modeling

Fiona Darbyshire, GEOTOP, Université du Québec à Montréal: Variability and Origin of Seismic Anisotropy Across Eastern Canada: Evidence from Shear-Wave Splitting Measurements

11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Lunch and Posters

Lunch is available during this two hour window in Tamarack Ballroom.

The poster hall is located in the Great Hall at Spruce Camp

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Breakout Discussions

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

[30 Minute Plenary Talks; 15 Minute Short Talks]

Plenary Session II: From Groundwater to the Ionosphere (summary)

One of the exciting developments to come out of EarthScope has been the use of PBO, TA, and FA data to investigate a variety of atmospheric and non-tectonic near surface phenomena.  This session will highlight studies that use seismic, GPS, MT, and infrasound data to examine processes in the hydrosphere, cryosphere, and atmosphere; and explore future possibilities of the data sets.

Plenary Talks

Michael Hedlin, University of California, San Diego: Study of Atmospheric Gravity Waves and Infrasonic Sources Using the USArray Transportable Array Pressure Date

Adrian Borsa, University of California, San Diego: Fear and Loading in Las Vegas: What the Plate Boundary Observatory Can Tell Us About Water Resources in the Western United States

Tim Bartholomaus, University of Texas at Austin: Understanding the Processes Driving Glacier Change with Alaskan Seismic and GPS Data

Short Talks

Alexander Jacques, University of Utah: Collection, Dissemination, and Analysis of USArray Transportable Array Surface Pressure Observatins within the Atmospheric Science Community

Attila Komjathy, Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Recent Developments in Understanding Natural-Hazards-Generated TEC Perturbations: Measurements and Modeling Results

Meredith Kraner, Stony Brook University: Tectonic Seasonal Loading Inferred from cGPS Measurements as a Potential Trigger for the 6.0 Magnitude South Napa Earthquake

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Buffet Dinner

Tamarack Ballroom
 

Tuesday, June 16

Time Title

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

Tamarack Ballroom

8:00 AM – 11:00 AM

[30 Minute Plenary Talks; 15 Minute Short Talks]

Plenary Session III: Active Tectonics and Modern Earth Processes of North America (summary)

EarthScope and related scientific initiatives have led to significant advancements in our understanding of tectonic and surface processes and fault mechanics.  This session encompasses advances made in understanding active processes within deforming regions of North America.  We welcome contributions employing a wide range of instrumentation and methods, including laboratory and field-based studies.

Plenary Talks

Christine Powell, University of Memphis (CERI): Evolution of the Continent: Insights from Intraplate Seismic Zones

Bill Hammond, University of Nevada, Reno: GPS imaging of solid Earth flex and flow using EarthScope networks

Rachel Abercrombie, Boston University: Improving Earthquake Stress Drop Measurements - The Earthquakes Targeted by SAFOD

Amanda Thomas, Stanford University: Source Properties of Low-Frequency Earthquakes in Parkfield and Cascadia

Short Talks

Melodie French, University of Maryland: Strength and Deformation Processes of SAFOD Gouge Deformed at Creep to Co-Seismic Rates

Sally McGill, California State University, San Bernardino: Distribution of Slip Across the Pacific-North America Plate Boundary in the Vicinity of the San Bernardino Mountains, California: Results from 12 years of GPS Observations

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Special Presentation: Outcomes from the Future Seismic and Geodetic Facility Needs Workshop

Ramon Arrowsmith, Arizona State University

Julie Elliott, Purdue University

Maureen Long, Yale University

Adam Schultz, Oregon State University

11:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Lunch and Posters

Lunch is available during this two hour window in Tamarack Ballroom.

The poster hall is located in the Great Hall at Spruce Camp

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Breakout Discussions

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

[30 Minute Plenary Talks; 15 Minute Short Talks]

Plenary Session IV: Advances in Understanding and Forecasting Hazards (summary)

EarthScope’s tools, including SAFOD, PBO, and USArray, and the increasing availability of real-time data have given us an unprecedented amount of new observations of hazardous phenomena.  This has led to advances in the understanding of earthquake, volcanic, and other natural hazards, including earthquake early warning, and has the potential to transform hazard analysis in the future.  This session welcomes contributions addressing improvements in our knowledge of the physical mechanisms behind hazards, or advances in forecasting or warning systems.

Short Talk

Paul Bedrosian, U.S. Geological Survey: Assessing the Vulnerability of Power Grids to Space Weather - the Role of EarthScope Magnetotelluric Data

Plenary Talks

Katie Keranen, Cornell University: Induced Seismicity in Oklahoma: Mitigation Challenges and Science Opportunities

David Fee, University of Alaska Fairbanks: Recent Advances in Seismic and Infrasonic Analyses of Volcanic Eruptions and Potential for Using Earthscope Data

Don Duggan-Haas, Cornell University: Using Virtual Fieldwork, EarthScope and Critical Zone Observatories to Nurture Public Understandings of the Most Important Earth System Science Ideas

Short Talks 

Ronni Grapenthin, New Mexico Tech: Operational Real-time GPS in Earthquake Early Warning

Susan Owen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory: The Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis (ARIA) Project's Response to the April 25, 2015 M7.8 Nepal Earthquake: Rapid Measurements and Models for Science and Situational Awareness

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Buffet Dinner

Tamarack Ballroom
 

Wednesday, June 17

Time Title

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Breakfast

Tamarack Ballroom

8:00 AM – 11:20 AM

Plenary Session V: EarthScope Innovations and Looking into the Future (summary)

 

This session aims to highlight new forward-looking community-lead ideas, research, observations and tools that have the potential to transform earth science research and education.

 

Jeff Freymueller, University of Alaska Fairbanks: Potential Scientific Goals of a Subduction Zone Observatory

Matt Pritchard, Cornell University: A 4th Leg for EarthScope: New Possibilities with InSAR and Imaging Geodesy

Michael Thorne, University of Utah: Seismic Array Processing of EarthScope Data

Carl Tape, University of Alaska Fairbanks: Frontiers in earthquake science, education, and outreach in Alaska

Maya Tolstoy, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University: Looking Beyond the Beach: The Importance and Challenges of Seafloor Observations

11:20 AM – 12:00 PM

Closing Session

12:00 PM

Meeting Adjourns - Boxed Lunches Available

Tamarack Ballroom

12:00 PM

Field trip photos

Notice:
The registration period for this workshop closed at Thu, June 11, 2015 - 7:00:00 PM.

Author Title
Justin Sweet Comparative Noise Performance of Portable Broadband Sensor Emplacement by PASSCAL and Flexible Array View Details
Robert Walker Complex Fault Structure Studies with Improved Earthquake Catalogs near the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth Borehole Array View Details
Andrea Gallegos Lg Attenuation of the Western United States View Details
Laura Petrescu Crustal structure through time: receiver function imaging in eastern Canada View Details
Yunjun Zhang A localized shallow magma source of Shinmoe-dake, Kirishima revealed by L-band multi-temporal InSAR View Details
William Barnhart Geodetic Observations of Human Induced Seismicity and Deformation: The 2011 Mw5.3 Trinidad, Colorado Earthquake View Details
Maureen Long Structure and dynamics of the mid-Atlantic Appalachians from seismology, geodynamics, and geomorphology: Preliminary results from the MAGIC project View Details
John Meredith Strainmeter-Seismometer Combinations as Point Seismic Arrays View Details
Maria Furtney Using geodesy to assess magmatic and anthropogenic deformation of western North America View Details
Chao Gao Development of a transdimensional Bayesian joint inversion and its application of USArray ambient noise tomography View Details
Samantha Cafferky Teleseismic P wave Spectra from USArray and Implications for Scattering and Intrinsic Attenuation View Details
Amy Gilligan Precambrian tectonics in northernmost Hudson Bay: Insights from joint inversion of receiver functions and surface waves View Details
Hsin-Hua Huang The Yellowstone magmatic system from the mantle plume to the upper crust View Details
Maya Tolstoy Looking Beyond the Beach: The Importance and Challenges of Seafloor Observations View Details
Yinzhi Wang Enhanced Imaging of the Mantle Transition Zone with Generalized Iterative Deconvolution and 3D Plane Wave Migration View Details
Fred Pollitz Seismic surface wave imaging of the crust and shallow upper mantle of the Central and Eastern United States View Details
Adrian Borsa Fear and loading in Las Vegas: what the Plate Boundary Observatory can tell us about water resources in the western United States View Details
Dara Goldberg Enhancement in EarthScope capabilities through seismogeodetic upgrades to PBO stations View Details
Yuning Fu Spatio-temporal Variations of the Slow Slip Event between 2008 to 2013 in the Southcentral Alaska Subduction Zone View Details
Samuel Howell The vertical fingerprint of earthquake cycle loading in Southern California View Details
Chad Trabant Latest data access and data product developments at the IRIS DMC View Details
Yuning Fu GPS as an independent measurement to estimate terrestrial water storage variations in California, Oregon and Washington View Details
Fiona Darbyshire Variability and origin of seismic anisotropy across eastern Canada: evidence from shear-wave splitting measurements View Details
Rebecca Flowers The EarthScope AGeS program: A progress report View Details
Bin Guo Three-dimensional P- and S-wave velocity structure along the central Alpine Fault, South Island, New Zealand View Details
Chengping Chai Simultaneous Inversion of Interpolated Receiver Functions, Surface-wave Dispersion, and Gravity Observations for Lithospheric Structure Beneath the Western and Eastern United States View Details
Scott Burdick Global Traveltime Tomography with USArray Transportable Array View Details
Don Duggan-Haas Using Virtual Fieldwork, EarthScope and Critical Zone Observatories to Nurture Public Understandings of the Most Important Earth System Science Ideas View Details
Alexander Jacques Collection, Dissemination, and Analysis of USArray Transportable Array Surface Pressure Observations within the Atmospheric Science Community View Details
Andrew Barbour Towards Using Dynamic Strain in Earthquake Source Characterization View Details
Eileen Evans Total variation regularization of geodetically and geologically constrained block models for the western United States View Details
Lisa Linville Enhancing Seismicity Catalogs for Basins in the Central United States View Details
Qimin Wu The Aftershock Sequence of the 2011 Mineral, Virginia, Earthquake: Locations, Focal Mechanisms, Regional Stress and the Role of Coulomb Stress Transfer View Details
Yao Yao D" discontinuity structure beneath the North Atlantic from Scd observations View Details
John Hole Active continental rifting in the Salton Trough, southern California, illuminated by the Salton Seismic Imaging Project (SSIP) View Details
Cecilia Anyango Nyamwandha The Northern Embayment Lithospheric Experiment: Results from Shear Wave Splitting and Body-Wave Tomography for the New Madrid Seismic Zone View Details
Doerte Mann Plate Boundary Observatory Southwest Region - Network Operations and Modernization View Details
Dana Peterson Reflectivity of the deep Juan de Fuca plate interface in COAST multi-channel seismic reflection data View Details
Michael Hedlin Study of atmospheric gravity waves and infrasonic sources using the USArray Transportable Array pressure data View Details
Paul Bedrosian Assessing the Vulnerability of Power Grids to Space Weather – the Role of EarthScope Magnetotelluric Data View Details
Brian Young Observations of Seismic "Whistlers" & Hums in USArray View Details
Melodie French Strength and Deformation Processes of SAFOD Gouge Deformed at Creep to Co-Seismic Rates View Details
Perle Dorr EarthScope Transportable Array Siting Outreach Activities in Alaska and Western Canada View Details
Akramalsadat Mostafanejad The Northern Mississippi Embayment Sediments: P and S Wave-Velocity Model View Details
Xiaotao Yang Tectonic Implications of Lithospheric Discontinuities in the Ozark Plateau and Southern Illinois Basin, Midcontinent USA View Details
Xiaotao Yang Tectonic Implications of Lithospheric Discontinuities in the Ozark Plateau and Southern Illinois Basin, Midcontinent USA View Details
Ahmet Okeler Crustal anisotropy from mode-converted body waves at the Moho discontinuity View Details
Kevin Ward Ambient noise tomography across the southern Alaskan Cordillera View Details
Meredith Kraner Tectonic Seasonal Loading Inferred from cGPS Measurements as a Potential Trigger for the 6.0 Magnitude South Napa Earthquake View Details
William Holt Wave Gradiometry and its Link with Helmholtz equation solutions applied to USArray View Details
Brendan Crowell Synthetic Testing of the G-FAST Geodetic Earthquake Early Warning System View Details
Christine Powell Evolution of the Continent: Insights from Intraplate Seismic Zones View Details
Michael Williams Garnet-Forming Reactions in Felsic Orthogneiss: Implications for Densification and Strengthening of the Lower Continental Crust View Details
Adam Woolace EarthScope’s Plate Boundary Observatory in Alaska: Building on Existing Infrastructure to Provide a Platform for Integrated Research and Hazard-monitoring Efforts View Details
Adam Woolace Upgrades and Improvements to the PBO Cascadia Network: Implementation Of A Large Scale Real-Time GPS Network, Telemetry Upgrades, Collocation of Cascadia Earthquake Early Warning System View Details
Gregory Waite Place-Based Teaching with the Midcontinent Rift System: Using the Geologic and Geophysical Signature of the MCRS to Educate about Tectonics View Details
Lada Dimitrova A High-Resolution Dynamic Approach to Detecting Slow Slip and Subduction Locking Processes in Cascadia View Details
William Durkin Imaging Geodesy of the Stikine Icefield, Juneau Icefield, and St. Elias Range in Southeast Alaska View Details
Chen Chen Shear velocity structure beneath the central United States: implications for the origin of the Illinois Basin and intraplate seismicity View Details
Brandon Schmandt Mt. St. Helens seismicity observed with a 900-geophone array View Details
Mairi Litherland Passive Seismic Imaging of the Ruby Mountains Metamorphic Core Complex View Details
Kathy Davenport EarthScope IDOR: Controlled-source seismic evidence for a Moho-penetrating steep accretionary margin, Idaho-Oregon View Details
vadim levin As sharp as you can measure: constraints on the vertical extent of the crust-mantle boundary beneath North American craton (Superior Province, Quebec). View Details
Jenny Nakai Two-year catalog of USArray Transportable Array seismicity in the Rio Grande Rift region and implications for induced seismicity and the current state of stress View Details
Nader Shakibay Senobari Reconciling earthquake source parameters from InSAR and long-period seismic waveform data View Details
Nicholas Voss Comparing subduction zone strain observations in Costa Rica and Cascadia View Details
Huiyu Yang Strain Anomaly History of Yellowstone National Park Constrained by PBO cGPS Measurements View Details
Timothy Bartholomaus Understanding the Processes Driving Glacier Change with Alaskan Seismic and GPS Data View Details
John West Earthquake Weather: Relationships between barometric pressure changes and seismicity View Details
Michael Thorne Seismic Array Processing of Earthscope Data View Details
Eric Matzel Investigating Faults using Seismic Interferometry View Details
Kasey Aderhold Characteristics of oceanic strike-slip earthquakes along the Charlie-Gibbs transform View Details
Joshua Boschelli Ambient Noise Tomography: Insights into crustal structure of the midcontinent View Details
Gareth Funning Creep and locking on the Hayward fault estimated from geodetic data using an objective mechanical modelling approach View Details
Heather Ford Characterizing lithospheric anisotropy within the Superior and Wyoming cratons using Ps receiver functions View Details
Scott King MAGIC Geodynamic Modeling View Details
Bill Hammond GPS Imaging of Solid Earth Flex and Flow From Vertical Motions Using EarthScope Networks View Details
Evelyn Roeloffs Observing Cascadia Slow Slip Events with Plate Boundary Observatory Borehole Strainmeters: The Value of Coastal Stations for Earthquake Hazard Applications View Details
Sarah Robinson EarthScope National Office Education and Outreach Program and its Broader Impacts: 2014-2015 Update View Details
Bo Li Slow earthquakes under Unalaska and Akutan Islands in the Alaska-Aleutian subduction zone using mini seismic arrays View Details
Daniel Foley Research Proposal to Correlate Ancestral Rocky Mountain Basin Strata with Detrital Zircon U-Pb Geochronology and (U-Th)/He Thermochronology to Provide Insight into Pennslvanian-Permian Western North American Tectonics View Details
Adrian Christian Stanciu Mantle transition zone structure beneath the northern Rocky Mountains in Idaho and Oregon from EarthScope IDOR receiver functions View Details
Luis Navarrete Crustal Structure of Northeastern North America from Constrained Models of Potential Field Data View Details
Susan Owen The Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis (ARIA) Project’s Response to the April 25, 2015 M7.8 Nepal Earthquake: Rapid Measurements and Models for Science and Situational Awareness View Details
Carl Tape Frontiers in earthquake science, education, and outreach in Alaska View Details
Carl Tape Fault Locations and Alaska Tectonics Using Seismicity (FLATS): Science objectives and deployment strategy View Details
Carl Tape Southern Alaska Lithosphere and Mantle Observation Network (SALMON): Science objectives and deployment strategy View Details
Trevor Bollmann Results of a Teleseismic P-wave Tomography of the Superior Province with special focus on the Midcontinent Rift System View Details
High-resolution subsidence observations in Mexico City using InSAR. View Details
Sally McGill Distribution of slip across the Pacific-North America plate boundary in the vicinity of the San Bernardino Mountains, California: Results from 12 years of GPS observations View Details
Mong-Han Huang Lithospheric rheology constrained from twenty-five years of postseismic deformation following the 1989 Mw 6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake View Details
Rachel Abercrombie Improving Earthquake Stress drop Measurements – The Earthquakes Targeted by SAFOD View Details
Wenbo Wu Using PKiKP coda to study heterogeneity in the top layer of the inner core beneath North and Central America View Details
Arjun Aryal Comparison of geodetic and geologic vertical motion rates in the Southern California View Details
Donna Charlevoix Need Broader Impacts? How UNAVCO can support you in dissemination of your science View Details
Claudia Adam Constraining the lithosphere-asthenosphere coupling from geodynamical modeling based on tomography models over the North American continent View Details
Seth Stein North America’s Midcontinent Rift: when rift met LIP View Details
Seth Stein Using Lake Superior parks to present the Midcontinent Rift View Details
Gabrielle Tepp Source and Path Characteristics of Dike Intrusion and Surface Faulting Earthquakes View Details
Kathleen Hodgkinson Ten Years Of Plate Boundary Observatory Borehole Strainmeter Operations and Data Products View Details
Arben Pitarka Analysis of the Far-Field Motion From an Underground Chemical Explosion View Details
Danielle Sumy Leveraging EarthScope USArray with the Central and Eastern United States Seismic Network View Details
Danielle Sumy EarthScope Science and Discoveries displayed through the IRIS Active Earth Monitor View Details
Andrew Frassetto The Potential of a Subduction Zone Observatory View Details
Noel Bartlow Two years of deep slow slip in New Zealand, in fits in spurts View Details
Katherine Ellins OPPORTUNITIES FOR EARTHSCOPE EDUCATION AND OUTREACH View Details
Jamie Farrell Imaging the Yellowstone magmatic system using surface waves from ambient noise cross-correlation View Details
Christine Puskas Tools for assessing GPS data quality and deformation View Details
Mohamed Aly InSAR for Geothermal Reservoir Management and Sustainable Development View Details
David Phillips Real-Time GPS Data from the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) and Related Networks View Details
Beth Bartel Putting the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory in Print View Details
Carla McAuliffe EarthScope Chronicles: Sharing Scientists’ Stories and Media Rich Earth Science Investigations View Details
Robert Busby The Transportable Array in Alaska: status and technology update. View Details
Robert de Groot Citizen Science With The EPIcenter and Quake-Catcher Networks: Promoting Seismology Research and Activities in Formal and Free-Choice Learning Venues View Details
Steven Semken EarthScope's Contributions to the Practice of Place-Based Geoscience Education View Details
Matthew Pritchard A 4th Leg for EarthScope: New Possibilities with InSAR and Imaging Geodesy View Details
Attila Komjathy Recent Developments in Understanding Natural-Hazards-Generated TEC Perturbations: Measurements and Modeling Results View Details
Ronni Grapenthin Operational Real-time GPS in Earthquake Early Warning View Details
Amanda Thomas Source properties of low-frequency earthquakes in Parkfield and Cascadia View Details
Esteban Bowles-Martinez Continental core and margin conductivity structure: Cascadia to Great Plains, MCR and Keewenaw hot spot View Details
Esteban Gazel The Youngest (~48 Ma) Magmatic Event in Eastern North America View Details
Ian Desjarlais Using B4 LiDAR and CRN age data to constrain slip rates along the San Andreas Fault System at Millard Canyon, San Gorgonio Pass View Details

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Last Name First Name Institution
Abercrombie Rachel Boston University
Abers Geoffrey Cornell University
Abers Geoffrey Cornell University
Abrahams Lauren University of Wisconsin/Yale University
Adam Claudia Virginia Tech
Aderhold Kasey Boston University
Aly Mohamed University of Arkansas
Anderson Greg NSF
Anderson Kent IRIS
Applegate David U.S. Geological Survey
Araya Maria University of Costa Rica
Arrowsmith Ramon Ari
Aryal Arjun University of Hawaii
Bangs Nathan University of Texas AT Austin
Baranowski Mary IRIS Consortium
Barbour Andrew US Geological Survey
Bardar Erin TERC
Barnhart William University of Iowa
Barstow Noel IRIS/PASSCAL Instrument Center
Bartel Beth UNAVCO
Bartholomaus Timothy University of Texas Institute for Geophysics
Bartlow Noel Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
Beaudoin Bruce IRIS PASSCAL
Bedrosian Paul United States Geological Survey
Benoit Maggie National Science Foundation
Boggs Katherine Mount Royal University
Bollmann Trevor Northwestern University
Borsa Adrian Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Boschelli Joshua Purdue University
Bowles-Martinez Esteban Oregon State University
Burdick Scott University of Maryland - College Park
Busby Robert IRIS
Cafferky Samantha University of New Mexico
Chai Chengping Penn State University
Charlevoix Donna UNAVCO
Chen Chen Purdue University
Chester Judith Texas A&M University
Christensen Douglas Geophysical Institute, Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks
Crowell Brendan University of Washington
Darbyshire Fiona Centre de recherche GEOTOP, Université du Québec à Montréal
Davenport Kathy Virginia Tech
de Groot Robert Southern California Earthquake Center
Desjarlais Ian CSUN
Detrick Robert IRIS Consortium
Dimitrova Lada University of Texas at Austin
Dorr Perle IRIS Consortium
Duggan-Haas Don The Paleontological Research Institution
Durkin William Cornell University
Ellins Katherine Jackson School of Geoscience, The University of Texas at Austin
Elliott Julie Purdue University
Eriksson Susan Eriksson Associates
Evans Eileen U.S. Geological Survey
Farrell Jamie University of Utah
Feaux Karl UNAVCO
Fee David University of Alaska Fairbanks
Flowers Rebecca University of Colorado Boulder
Foley Daniel Northern Arizona University
Ford Heather Yale University
Frassetto Andrew IRIS Consortium
French Melodie University of Maryland, College Park
Freymueller Jeff University of Alaska Fairbanks
Frost Carol NSF
Fu Yuning Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Fulton Patrick University of California Santa Cruz
Funning Gareth University of California, Riverside
Furlong Kevin Penn State University
Furtney Maria Cornell University
Gallegos Andrea New Mexico State University
Gao Chao University of Maryland College Park
Gazel Esteban Virginia Tech
Gilligan Amy Imperial College London
Goldberg Dara Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Grapenthin Ronni New Mexico Tech
Gulick Sean University of Texas at Austin
Guo Bin University of Wisconsin-Madison
Hamburger Michael Indiana University
Hammond Bill University of Nevada, Reno
Hedlin Michael University of California, San Diego
Hellman Sidney ISTI
Herring Thomas MIT
Hodgkinson Kathleen UNAVCO
Hole John Virginia Tech
Holt William Department of Geosciences, Stony Brook University
Honsberger Ian University of New Hampshire
Horst Andrew Oberlin College
Howell Samuel University of Hawaii at Manoa
Huang Hsin-Hua University of Utah
Huang Mong-Han NASA, JPL
Imamura Naoto Oregon State University
Jacques Alexander University of Utah
Kasmer Dave UNAVCO
Keranen Katie Cornell
King Scott Virginia Tech
Kraner Meredith Stony Brook University
Kulinowski Kristen Science and Technology Policy Institute
Laird Jo University of New Hampshire
Ledley Tamara TERC
levin vadim Rutgers University
Lewkwoicz jim Weston Geophysical Corp.
LI BO University of California, Riverside
Lin Fan-Chi University of Utah
Linville Lisa University of Utah
Litherland Mairi Stanford University
Long Maureen Yale University
Long Maureen Yale University
Mann Deanna IRIS
Mann Doerte Unavco
Mattioli Glen UNAVCO, Inc.
Matzel Eric LLNL
Mayorga Torres Tannia Virginia Tech
McAuliffe Carla TERC
McGill Sally California State University, San Bernardino
McLean Lois McLean Media
Meertens Charles UNAVCO
Meredith John University of Memphis
Miller Meghan UNAVCO
Moores Andrew Nanometrics Inc.
Mostafanejad Akramalsadat CERI/ University of Memphis
Navarrete Luis University of Rochester
Newman Andrew Georgia Institute of Technology
Nguyen Doan TA Lower 48 Services
Nyamwandha Cecilia Anyango CERI - University of Memphis
Okeler Ahmet Harvard University
Owen Susan JPL
Park Jeffrey Yale University
Pavlis Gary Indiana University
Peterson Dana Cornell
Petrescu Laura Imperial College London
Pfeifer Mary IRIS Passcal Instrument Center
Phillips David UNAVCO
Pitarka Arben Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Pollitz Fred US Geological Survey
Porter Ryan Northern Arizona University
Powell Christine University of Memphis
Pritchard Matthew Cornell University
Puskas Christine UNAVCO
Robinson Sarah EarthScope National Office, Arizona State University
Roeloffs Evelyn USGS
Saunders Jessie Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Savage Heather Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Schmandt Brandon University of New Mexico
Schultz Adam Oregon State University
Semken Steven Arizona State University SESE
Shakibay Senobari Nader UC Riverside
Snyder David Geological Survey of Canada
Snyder David Geological Survey of Canada
Solano Dario University of Miami
Spidell-Whitley Rhonda Consultant
Stanciu Adrian Christian University of Florida
Stein Seth Northwestern University
Sumy Danielle IRIS Consortium
Sweet Justin IRIS Consortium
Taber John IRIS
Tan Yen Joe Columbia university
Tape Carl University of Alaska Fairbanks
Tepp Gabrielle University of Rochester
Tessman Rick McLean Media
Thomas Amanda Stanford University
Thorne Michael University of Utah
Thurber Clifford University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tolstoy Maya Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Trabant Chad IRIS DMC
Turner Ryan UNAVCO
van Keken Peter University of Michigan
Vernon Frank UCSD
Voss Nicholas University of South Florida
Voss Nicholas University of South Florida
Voss Nicholas University of South Florida
Waite Gregory Michigan Tech
Wang Yinzhi Indiana University
Ward Kevin The University of Arizona
Webb Laura University of Vermont
Whitcomb James National Science Foundation
Whitley John Sandia National Labs
Williams Michael University of Massachusetts
Williams Sharon Science and Technology Policy Institute
Winester Daniel NOAA - National Geodetic Survey
Woodward Bob IRIS
Woolace Adam UNAVCO
Wu Qimin Virginia Tech
wu wenbo Princeton University
Yang Huiyu Stony Brook University
Yang Xiaotao Indiana University
Yao Yao University of Utah
Young Brian CERI/ University of Memphis
Yu Hongyu Peking University and McGill University
Zhang Yunjun University of Miami

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

Important Dates

  • Registration open:
    Tue, April 21, 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    Thu, June 11, 2015
  • Abstract Submissions open:
    Fri, April 24, 2015
  • Abstract Submissions deadline:
    Thu, June 11, 2015
  • Workshop dates:
    June 14-17, 2015

Workshop Location
Stowe Mountain Lodge