Oct 17 2014
Harbour Centre, Labatt Hall 1700, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
This course will kick off a newly-funded NSF-EarthScope education and student award program that seeks to connect Earth scientists with geochronology facilities and expertise, and provide funds for graduate students to use geochronology in their own research.
Apr 28 2014
The Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
We are now receiving applications for the Spring 2014 workshop!
Oct 26 2013
This workshop was held at the Hilton Garden Inn, in the Titanium and Zirconium meeting rooms, starting at 7:30 am (1400 Welton St) on Saturday, October 26, 2013. The focus of this workshop was on the EarthScope flexible array projects.
Sep 16 2013
Acadia National Park, ME
The EarthScope Program presents a three-day workshop that features presentations by prominent geoscientists and interpretive professionals to help convey the story of the magnificent landscapes, geologic stories, and natural hazards of the Northeastern region.
Jan 14 2013
College of Charleston, South Carolina
EarthScope presented a three-day workshop that featured presentations by prominent geoscientists and interpretive professionals to help convey the story of the magnificent landscapes, geological stories, and natural hazards of the Southeastern region.
Oct 29 2012
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
This two-day workshop assessed the current state and future provisions of the cyberinfrastructure that facilitates scientific discovery and the realization of EarthScope's science objectives.
Apr 5 2012
The goals of this workshop will be to clarify common research objectives within Cascadia, addressing the range of interacting tectonic, magmatic, and surficial processes acting along the convergent margin, and to update implementation plans and timelines for GeoPRISMS and EarthScope research considering available resources and infrastructure.
Mar 26 2012
This workshop, seventh in a series of workshops for park rangers, museum educators, and other interpretive professionals sponsored by the EarthScope National Office (ESNO), was motivated by the progress of EarthScope instrumentation into the Eastern United States and by the M5.8 central Virginia (Mineral) earthquake in the summer of 2011.
Sep 22 2011
The EarthScope GeoPRISMS Science Workshop for Eastern North America was held in Lehigh Pennsylvania, October 27-29, 2011.
Sep 19 2011
The EarthScope Institute on the Lithosphere-Asthenosphere Boundary was held in Portland Oregon September 19-21, 2011.
Mar 17 2011
This workshop brought together scientists and informal educators to learn about EarthScope and other geophysical studies that record Earth movements and image the deep structure of the continent.
Oct 11 2010
The first EarthScope Institute on the Spectrum of Fault Slip Behaviors was held October 11-14, 2010 in Portland, Oregon.
Sep 9 2010
This workshop brought together scientists and informal educators to learn about EarthScope and similar efforts to study the dynamic landscape of the greater Yellowstone region.
Jul 4 2010
This was the third in a series of workshops for park rangers and museum educators sponsored by the EarthScope National Office.
Apr 10 2010
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
This EarthScope workshop was held on April 11-13, 2010 at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). The purpose of this workshop was to help define research questions and outline a research agenda that can take advantage of EarthScope-related data that will be obtained in the U.S. Midcontinent during 2011 and 2012.
Oct 16 2009
This three-day workshop combined presentations by EarthScope scientists with interpretive methods to convey the story of how continental rifting and other processes result in the region's breathtaking landscape and geological hazards.
Oct 19 2008
This workshop showed how incorporating EarthScope data and scientific results into interpretive programs and exhibits can enhance the "sense of place" represented by the dynamic landscape of the Basin and Range Province.
Apr 7 2008
Tahoma Woods, WA
This workshop brought together individuals from the scientific and informal educational communities to learn about EarthScope and develop interpretive programs to engage park and museum visitors on how advanced geophysical instrumentation enhances our understanding of landscape formation and geological hazards in the Pacific Northwest.
Feb 25 2008
Sidney, British Columbia
A workshop on "Aseismic slip, non-volcanic tremor, and earthquakes" was held at the Dunsmuir Lodge in Sidney, British Columbia from Feb. 25-28, 2008.