Meeting 1586 will be on Wednesday, February 8 and will be hybrid (live at the Cosmos Club with the option to dial in via Zoom). The Cosmos Club has discontinued all its COVID-19 policies so masks and proof of vaccination are no longer required. As usual, the meeting starts at 8 pm with refreshments offered at 7:30 at the Cosmos Club. The Zoom link will be activated at 7:30 for socializing. Members should have received the announcement, including the Zoom link. If you need the Zoom link, contact Kori.Newman[at]gmail.com or michael.e.purucker[at]gmail.com. Our speakers bios are here.
The speakers are as follows:
Jay Pulli, Raytheon BBN Technologies/Weston Observatory — Citizen Seismology: How a $400 Seismometer Led to a 4600 Station Global Network
Jingchuan Wang, University of Maryland — Passive Seismic Monitoring Using Microseismic Noise Sources: Two Case Studies from Alberta, Canada
Danielle Sumy, EarthScope — Geocoding Applications for Social Science to Improve Earthquake Early Warning