IRIS Newsletter (Volume XI, Number 3)

Entry_ID: GCRIO 079 GCRIO_Inventory: 0 Entry_Title: IRIS Newsletter (Volume XI, Number 3) Document_Author: Simpson, David (executive editor) Document_Author: Dillman-Crump, Denise (production editor) Agency_Name: IRIS>Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology
Start_Date: 1992
Group: Summary
Audience_Interest_Guide: Research Community

The IRIS Newsletter is published quarterly by the IRIS Consortium. IRIS is a
consortium of 79 research institutions with major commitments to research
in seismology and related fields. IRIS operates a facilities program in
observational seismology and data management sponsored by the National
Science Foundation. Major funding for IRIS programs is provided by the
National Science Foundation through its Division of Earth Sciences and the
Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Group: Data_Center
Data_Center_Name: IRIS>Incorporated Research Institutions for
Dataset_ID: same as Entry_Title
Group: Data_Center_Contact
Last_Name: Simpson
First_Name: David
Phone: (703) 524-6222
Fax: (703) 527-7256
Group: Address
1616 N. Fort Myer Drive, Suite 1050
Arlington, VA 22209-3109
Storage_Medium: 16 pages printed matter (newsletter)
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Earthquakes
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Erosion
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Geodesy
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Geothermal
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Gravity Fields
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Magnetic
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Polar Motion
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Seismic
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Structures
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Tectonophysics
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Terrain Elevation
Parameter: Geodynamic Features>Volcanoes
Discipline: Earth Science
Discipline: Seismology
Discipline: Environmental Science
Location: North America > United States
Location: Global
Keyword: Tibet
Keyword: China
Keyword: climate change
Keyword: earthquakes
Keyword: seismology
Keyword: natural disasters
Keyword: Joint Seismic Program Center (JSPC)
Keyword: International Seismological Observing Period (ISOP)
Keyword: Project ALOHA