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Join the NSF GAGE Facility at SSA

3 April 2019


JOIN GAGE AT SSA


UNAVCO operates the National Science Foundation Geodetic Facility for the Advancement of Geoscience (GAGE). Join us at the 2019 annual meeting of the Seismological Society of America in Seattle in the exhibit hall and technical sessions.

Visit our booth

Come find us in the exhibitor area to learn about high-rate and real-time geodetic data, student opportunities, and more. Our booth is staffed by UNAVCO personnel from all groups within the organization.


See our work in the technical sessions

More than 15 UNAVCO staff are represented in the technical sessions as presenters and co-authors.


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UNAVCO-Led Sessions

Conveners Session Title Time & Location
Brendan Crowell, Kathleen Hodgkinson, Alberto Lopez, Benjamin Brooks, Joe Henton, Jeffrey McGuire, David Mencin Recent Developments in High-rate Geodetic Techniques and Network Operations for Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning and Rapid Post-earthquake Response Thursday,
April 25
1:45-3:00pm
Puget Sound

UNAVCO-Related Presentations

PresenterTitle SessionTime & Location
Julie Elliott An Integrated Geodetic Tectonic Model for Alaska U.S. Geological Survey National Seismic Hazard Model Components Wednesday,
April 24
11:15am
Pike
Noel Bartlow Aseismic Slip Phenomena in Southern Cascadia The Science of Slow Earthquakes from Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives Wednesday,
April 24
3:15pm
Cascade II
Christopher Crosby OpenTopography, a Science Gateway to High Resolution Topography for Earthquake Research invited Science Gateways and Computational Tools for Improving Earthquake Research Wednesday,
April 24
4:30pm
Elliott Bay
J. Parker Deformation Model Inversion Dependency on GNSS Series Characteristics Advances in Tectonic Geodesy Thursday,
April 25
8:30am
Puget Sound
Wendy Bohon Hazards Communication in the Age of Social Media: Now, Now, Now! Facebook and Twitter and Snapchat, Oh My! The Challenges and Successes of Using Social Media to Communicate Science to the Public Thursday,
April 25
10:45am
Vashon
Karl Feaux Modernization of the Network of the Americas to Support Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning Recent Developments in High-Rate Geodetic Techniques and Network Operations for Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning and Rapid Post-Earthquake Response Thursday,
April 25
2:00pm
Puget Sound
N. Farghal The Potential of Using Strain Data in Earthquake Early Warning: Near-Source Characteristics Next Generation Earthquake Early Warning Systems: Advances, Innovations and Applications Thursday,
April 25
5:00pm
Puget Sound
Michael Gottlieb Developing Real-Time Strainmeter Data to Supplement GNSS and Seismically Determined Rapid Earthquake Magnitude Estimates Recent Developments in High-Rate Geodetic Techniques and Network Operations for Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning and Rapid Post-Earthquake Response Thursday,
April 25
Poster 71
Kenneth Austin Enhancing the Network of the Americas (NOTA) GNSS Network for Early Warning Applications Recent Developments in High-Rate Geodetic Techniques and Network Operations for Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning and Rapid Post-Earthquake Response Thursday,
April 25
Poster 73
Timothy Dittmann Metrics for Evaluating GNSS Real-Time High(er)-Rate Performance Recent Developments in High-Rate Geodetic Techniques and Network Operations for Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning and Rapid Post-Earthquake Response Thursday,
April 25
Poster 74
David Mencin Spectral and Temporal Evolution of Surface Creep Events in Parkfield, 1990-Present State of Stress and Strain in the Crust and Implications for Fault Slip Based on Observational, Numerical and Experimental Analysis Friday,
April 26
2:00pm
Vashon
Evelyn Roeloffs Nonlinear Rheology of the Shallow Crust Inferred From Multi-Year Borehole Strain Time Series State of Stress and Strain in the Crust and Implications for Fault Slip Based on Observational, Numerical and Experimental Analysis Friday,
April 26
2:15pm
Vashon
Robert Busby The Future of the Alaska Transportable Array Emerging Science from the EarthScope Transportable Array in Alaska and Western Canada Friday,
April 26
3:45pm
Cascade II

See you there!


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