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@ AGU - Using GPS data in undergraduate courses: from tectonic motions to water resources and climate change issues

Course Materials

Dates: Sunday December 10, 2017 (day before annual AGU meeting starts)
Location: American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA ; Hilton Riverside, Third Floor, Canal Rm
Times: Course will be 8 am-5 pm on Sunday December 10 (lunch included)

The majority of the materials presented during the short course are available from the GEodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI) website.

Many of the slides used by short course presenters were drawn directly from slideshows available within the modules listed above. Presentations with additional materials are here in case you wish to refer to them.

Questions

Please contact Beth Pratt-Sitaula, UNAVCO prattsitaulaunavco.org

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