A full slate at SSA 2017

The Seismological Society of America is expecting record-setting attendance at their annual meeting this year. More than 700 scientists and engineers from academia and industry are expected in Denver, CO from April 18 to 20. From our booth, to oral presentations and posters, Nanometrics has a full slate of opportunities to share our latest research and products.

Tuesday, April 18th

  • A LOCAL MAGNITUDE FORMULA FOR WESTERN CANADA SEDIMENTARY BASIN, Poster #23
  • ML-MW MAGNITUDE RELATIONSHIP: WESTERN ALBERTA CASE STUDY, Poster #24

Wednesday, April 19th

  • EARLY RESULTS FROM TESTING AND DEPLOYMENTS OF A CASCADIA, AN INSTRUMENT WITH OVER 200DB OF DYNAMIC RANGE, SPECIFICALLY BUILT FOR AFTERSHOCK STUDIES, Poster #5

Thursday, April 20th

  • ORAL PRESENTATION: PHYSICAL MECHANISMS OF SEISMOMETER SITE NOISE AND SELF-NOISE
  • A NEW RANGE OF DIRECT BURY INSTRUMENTS, FROM VERY WEAK TO STRONG MOTION SENSORS, Poster #1
  • VERIFICATION TESTING OF TRILLIUM 360 - A NEW SEISMOMETER FOR GLOBAL SEISMOLOGY, Poster #5
  • INVITED ORAL PRESENTATION: A GROUND MOTION PREDICTION EQUATION FOR INDUCED OKLAHOMA EARTHQUAKES

Apr 18, 2017