At Work: Mike Stickney

17 November 2017–A magnitude 5.8 earthquake in western Montana and a swarm of more than 400 small earthquakes around Yellowstone National Park kept Mike Stickney busy this summer. As the director of the Earthquake Studies Office at the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Stickney is the one-person seismology shop … Continue Reading »

Call for Papers: SRL Focus Section on the Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability: New Results and Future Directions

14 November 2017 – Seismological Research Letters (SRL) announces a “Focus Section on the Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability: New Results and Future Directions.” The global Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability (CSEP) was formed in 2007 at the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) with support from the W. … Continue Reading »

Seismology 2018 Will Convene May 2018 in Miami

30 October 2017–Due to the devastating impacts of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on Puerto Rico, the Latin American and Caribbean Seismological Commission (LACSC) and the Seismological Society of America (SSA), with full agreement from the Puerto Rican members of the Program Committee, have decided to move the 2018 joint conference, … Continue Reading »

Ellen M. Rathje to Deliver 2018 William B. Joyner Lecture

25 October 2017–The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) and the Seismological Society of America (SSA) are pleased to announce that University of Texas at Austin Professor Ellen M. Rathje is the 2018 recipient of the William B. Joyner Lecture Award. Rathje will deliver the Joyner Lecture at Seismology 2018, a … Continue Reading »

Call for Papers: SRL Focus Section on North Korea’s September 2017 Nuclear Test and Its Aftermath

23 October 2017 – Seismological Research Letters (SRL) announces a Focus Section on North Korea’s September 2017 Nuclear Test and Its Aftermath. Since the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) (North Korea) announced on 03 September 2017 that it had successfully tested a thermonuclear weapon (hydrogen bomb), there has been … Continue Reading »

At Work: Carol Prentice

9 October 2017–USGS research geologist Carol Prentice’s career path has been globe-trotting, taking her to field sites in Northern California, the Caribbean and Mongolia, among other places. “I really love the San Andreas fault, but I guess I don’t have a favorite place to work,” Prentice says. Prentice splits her … Continue Reading »