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Antarctic Seismic and GPS Technologies, Challenges, and Opportunities Meeting

7-8 Sep 2005 - Washington, DC

 

Introduction

Workshop introduction - Andy Nyblade

 

Attendees

Last Name First Name Institution Email Presentation
Anandakrishnan Sridhar Pennsylvania State University sakessc.psu.edu Seismics and GPS - perfect complements in glaciology
Anderson Kent IRIS - Global Seismic Network kentiris.edu Global Seismographic Network and Antarctica
Aster Rick NM Tech, Earth & Environmental Science asternmt.edu
Barfield Thomas Raytheon/UTD Polar engineering - some thoughts
Beaudoin Bruce IRIS - PASSCAL brucepasscal.nmt.edu PASSCAL’s Current Capabilities in Support of Polar Research
Borg Scott NSF-OPP sborgnsf.gov
Butler Rhett IRIS-Global Seismic Network rhettiris.edu Global Seismographic Network and Antarctica
Dalziel Ian University of Texas at Austin ianutig.ig.utexas.edu
Eriksson Susan UNAVCO erikssonunavco.org Broader Impacts: Education and Outreach
Hothem Larry U.S. Geological Survey lhothemerols.com
Johns Bjorn UNAVCO johnsunavco.org Update of GPS systems technical specifications and challenges
Lambert David NSF-EAR dlambertnsf.gov
Meertens Chuck UNAVCO meertensunavco.org
Nyblade Andy Pennsylvania State University andygeosc.psu.edu Workshop on the “next generation” of polar instrumentation for seismology and geodesy
Palais Julie NSF-OPP jpalaisnsf.gov
Parker Tim IRIS - PASSCAL timiris.edu
Prescott William UNAVCO prescottunavco.org
Raymond Carol Jet Propulsion Lab/Caltech carol.raymondjpl.nasa.gov Requirements and technical specifications
Simpson David IRIS smalleyceri.memphis.edu Technical Specifications for Next Generation Polar Seismic/GPS Instrumentation - IRIS Perspective and Opportunities for IRIS-UNAVCO Collaboration
Smalley Robert University of Memphis smalleyceri.memphis.edu
Stone Brian NSF-OPP bstonensf.gov
Taber John IRIS Taberiris.edu
Wagner Tom NSF-OPP twagnernsf.gov
Wiens Douglas Washington University in St. Louis dougseismo.wustl.edu
Wilson Terry Ohio State University wilson.43osu.edu Science Objectives for GPS in Antarctica


 

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