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Tsunami Sources Workshop 2006

Great Earthquake Tsunami Sources:
Empiricism and Beyond Empiricism

Overview

WORKSHOP TITLE:

“Great Earthquake Tsunami Sources: Empiricism and Beyond Empiricism”

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To advance subduction earthquake science and the science of tsunami generation by identifying fruitful research directions.
  2. To promote additional interdisciplinary communication and collaboration.
  3. To communicate our findings to a wider audience through publication in a peer-review journal and professional book.
  4. To inform the U.S. Geological Survey about state-of-the-art research in these fields and to help it structure its future research programs.

DATES:

Friday afternoon, April 21st (2:00-7:15 PM) and Saturday, April 22nd (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM)

VENUE:

USGS Menlo Park, Building 3 Conference Room A (Room 3240)

 

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