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Join UNAVCO at SSA

25 March 2017


JOIN UNAVCO AT SSA


Visit our booth

Come find us in Denver at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Seismological Society of America. Our booth is staffed by UNAVCO staff from all groups within the organization.


See our work in the technical sessions

More than 20 UNAVCO staff are represented in the technical sessions as presenters and co-authors.


Check out the Ignite session

Ignite talks are quick, five-minute presentations of 20 slides, which automatically advance every 15 seconds. A special evening plenary of Ignite Talks promises fun and thought-provoking ideas, drawn from the range of sessions at this year’s meeting. UNAVCO's Linda Rowan will present on the role of geodetic data in hazard preparedness, resonse, and mitigation.


Visit us on the Facilities Tour

Field Trip: Facilities Tour of NEIC, NOAA, and UNAVCO
Friday, April 21
8 am – 5 pm

Come learn more about UNAVCO's history, mission, and resources by touring our Boulder facility.


Stay Connected

 

UNAVCO-Related Presentations and Events

PresenterTitle SessionTime & Location
David Mencin UNAVCO Computational Infrastructure Enhancing Earthquake Science, invited Computational Infrastructure and Data for Enhancing Earthquake Science Tuesday,
April 18
9:15am
Governor's Square 16
Linda Rowan Shaping the Earth, One Tweet at a Time To Tweet or Not To Tweet: Effective Use of Social Media for Citizen Science and Science Communication Tuesday,
April 18
5:30pm
Plaza F
Jay Pulliam Strategies for Developing Capacity Building, Education, and Outreach in Conjunction with a Subduction Zone Observatory The Subduction Zone Observatory Tuesday,
April 18
5:30pm
Plaza D
Roger Bilham Shallow and Deep Creep Events Obvserved and Quantified Arrays of Creepmeters and Strainmeters Varied Modes of Fault Slip and their Interactions - Slow Earthquakes, Creep to Mega Quakes Tuesday,
April 18
11:45am
Governor's Square 15
Christine Puskas Observing Episodic Tremor and Slip and Slow Slip Events in the GAGE Geodetic Networks Varied Modes of Fault Slip and their Interactions - Slow Earthquakes, Creep to Mega Quakes Tuesday,
April 18
Poster #5
Linda Rowan Access and Integration of Geodetic Data to Enhance Hazard Preparedness, Response, and Mitigation Ignite Tuesday,
April 18
6:30pm
Ramon Arrowsmith Managing the Explosion of High-Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research Ignite Tuesday,
April 18
6:30pm
Rebecca Bendick Stranded Slip in the Himalayan Collision Zone and its Implications for the Seismic Cycle, invited Earthquake Rapid Response Wednesday,
April 19
10:45am
Governor's Square 16
David Phillips Geodetic Infrastructure, Data, Education and Community Engagement for Earthquake Rapid Response: An Overview of UNAVCO Support Resources and Earthquake Response Examples Earthquake Rapid Response Wednesday,
April 19
Poster #4
David Mencin New Velocity Field for Northern Colombia and Western Venezuela and Implications for a Great Earthquake in the Southwest Caribbean Estimating Earthquake Hazard from Geodetic Data Wednesday,
April 19
Poster #9
Ramon Arrowsmith Managing the Explosion of High Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research Fault Mechanics and Rupture Characteristics from Surface Deformation Thursday,
April 20
4:00pm
Governor's Square 16

See you there!


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