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IRIS and IRIS/PASSCAL Projects Highlighted at AGU 2011 Meeting

The American Geophysical Union's annual fall meeting is the premiere annual event for the geoscience community, and the AGU Fall Meeting 2011 was bigger and better than ever. Several presentations at the meeting concerned IRIS/PASSCAL directly, while many others featured geoscience projects supported by IRIS.  Here are links to abstracts for selected AGU 2011 presentations by IRIS and PASSCAL personnel, and for selected projects which benefited from IRIS/PASSCAL involvement.

 

 

Next Generation Polar Seismic Instrumentation Challenges, Tim Parker, Bruce C Beaudoin, James Gridley, Kent R Anderson

Contributions to the building and upgrading of the Greenland Ice Sheet Monitoring Network (GLISN), Angela Marie Reusch, Dean Childs, Kent R Anderson)

Bringing Seismology's Grand Challenges to the Undergraduate Classroom, Margaret H Benoit, J Taber, Michael Hubenthal.

 

 

Visualizing how Seismic Waves Propagate Across Seismic Arrays using the IRIS DMS Ground Motion Visualization (GMV) Products and Codes, J Taber et. al.

 

 

IRIS DMC products help explore the Tohoku earthquake, Chad Trabant et. al.

Data Quality Review of the IRIS/USGS and ANSS Networks Using the Tohoku, Japan Earthquake, Adam T Ringler et. al.

 

 

 

Programmatic access to data and information at the IRIS DMC via web services, Bruce Randall Weertman et. al.

 

 

Share, preview, and compare tomography models online at the IRIS DMC, Manochehr Bahavar et. al.

 

 

 

Seismological Data Stewardship at the IRIS DMC: The Role of a Dedicated Data Management System for Seismology, Rick B. Benson et. al.

 

SPREE: Field Experiment to Study Deep Structure of the Mid-continent Rift (Invited), Suzan Van der Lee.

 

 

Preliminary analysis of SPREE Flexible Array data for lithospheric heterogeneity below the Midcontinent Rift, Emily Wolin, Suzan Van der Lee

 

The Salton Seismic Imaging Project: Investigating Earthquake Hazards in the Salton Trough, Southern California, Gary S Fuis et. al.

 

 

 

 

The Salton Seismic Imaging Project: Seismic velocity structure of the Brawley Seismic Zone, Salton Buttes and Geothermal Field, Salton Trough, California, Jonathan Delph et. al.

 

The Salton Seismic Imaging Project (SSIP): Active Rift Processes in the Brawley Seismic Zone, Liang Han, John Hole et. al.

Here are some memorable moments of the conference involving members of the IRIS community.

 

 

 

 

L-R Brian Stump (Southern Methodist University, and Chair of IRIS Board of Directors), Aaron Velasco (University of Texas at El Paso), and Rick Aster (New Mexico Tech), enjoying conference networking. (Photo courtesy Perle Dorr.)

 

 

 

John Taber (at left, Director of Education and Public Outreach at IRIS) receives the "Golden Slinky" award from Michael Hubenthal (center, EPO Senior Education Specialist) and David Simpson (right, IRIS president). (Photo courtesy Perle Dorr.)

 

 

 

 

The IRIS booth at AGU was a busy place. (Photo courtesy Perle Dorr.)

 

 

 

 

 

IRIS President David Simpson received an award, a 3D engraving of a seismogram from the Honshu quake of 2011,  for his 20 years of service as President of IRIS. (Photo courtesy Perle Dorr.)

As 2011 draws to a close, it's not too early to start looking forward to AGU 2012.

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