Convened by Ahmed Elbanna and Daniel Trugman
Geophysical data collected within rupture zones of significant earthquakes are essential for testing and developing further models of earthquake processes. This breakout session is one in a series of sessions intended to gather input from the broader earthquake science community on key research areas, science questions, and the data and experiments needed to address them in the near-fault zone. The breakout session will be recorded and archived on the IRIS Earthquake Science Presentations YouTube channel and the discussion will inform future sessions, workshops, and proposals. At this session we will hear from:
• Alice Agnes-Gabriel (UCSD)
• David Shelly (USGS)
This event will be held in Zoom Meeting format and will feature presentations along with time for Q&A and discussion. A recording will be made available on YouTube after the event. We welcome others to get in touch if they would like to present at or organize a breakout session in the future.
For background on the community near-fault observatory concept, please watch this presentation (<15 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkS7SdSYqrs.
You can find out more information and sign up for future events at: https://www.iris.edu/hq/initiatives/near_fault.
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