The 2017 EarthScope National Meeting will be held in Anchorage, Alaska from May 16-18, 2017. Conference highlights include the opportunity to showcase research in oral and poster sessions, hear firsthand results of pioneering EarthScope studies and a synthesis of findings to date, and the option to participate in a post-meeting field trip led by local EarthScope scientists.
Early career scientists are strongly encouraged to attend! Please apply for the student and postdoc scholarship by the end-of-the-day, Tuesday, April 4th. A total of fifty (50) applicants will be chosen, and if selected, you will receive up to four (4) days of lodging (double occupancy), a registration fee waiver, and $600 to cover travel. Please apply on the main website page: https://www.iris.edu/hq/
Registration, Hotel, and Abstract Deadline: April 21
You must register for the Workshops and the EarthScope National Meeting separately!
1. The Canadian Cordillera Array; Bringing An EarthScope Influenced Program to Canada
This workshop will provide an update on the status of the Canadian Cordillera Array (CCArray), expand on the 'serendipitous' outcomes of EarthScope, explore other possible applications for telemetered Earth observation networks, solicit collaboration from the EarthScope community and continue planning for the launch of the CCArray.
Leaders: Katherine Boggs (Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta, Canada) and Thomas James (Geological Survey of Canada – Pacific Division and University of Victoria)
Audience: Graduate students and researchers interested in learning more about and/or collaborating with the CCArray
Date: May 15, 2017 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Kahtnu 1 room, Dena’ina Convention Centre, Anchorage, AK, USA
For more information and to register, please visit the workshop webpage.
2. Communicating Science for Impact
For more information and to register please visit our detailed webpage.
See you there!