Bradley Lecture by Paul Richards (Lamont) is this coming Wednesday (13 Sep) evening at AGU (2000 Florida Av)

Traditionally, the GSW has adjourned for the summer months to provide time for fieldwork. Our named lecture, the Bradley, will restart the GSW fall season, and will be given by Paul G. Richards, of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. It will be held this year at AGU Headquarters (2000 Florida Av. NW), beginning at 8 PM on Wednesday, 13 September. Come at 7:30 PM for socializing (AGU usually has gratis snacks and drinks). The Bradley lecture, ‘Precision Seismology with applications to signals Old and New’ will be 60 minutes with questions to follow. The abstract, and biography, are here, and a flyer is here. You will be asked to sign-in when you enter the AGU building, after you tell them that you will be attending the Bradley lecture of the GSW. If you use the Metro (Red line) you’ll get off at the Dupont Circle stop, and walk north a few blocks on Connecticut to Florida Av. Take a gentle right, and AGU will be on your right in the next block. If you are interested in getting dinner beforehand in the area, the Washington Post had a nice piece last week (7 Sept) on the Square, DC’s new dining collective, located at Farragut Square. Check out the review here.

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