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AGS Meeting: Seismicity Monitoring and Research in Texas

TexNet and CISR: Seismicity Monitoring and Research in Texas

Michael H. Young,  (BEG),  Alexandros Savvaidis, and Peter Hennings

Michael Young will be discussing the seismicity research and monitoring in Texas, including the design of the new TexNet statewide monitoring network.  This is of current interest because of the swarms of earth-quakes in occurring in North Texas.

Dr. Michael Young is Associate Director for Environment and Senior Research Scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology, UT-Austin. He has authored or co-authored nearly 60 peer-reviewed journal articles, several book chapters and >100 presentations at scholarly meetings. He is Editor of the Vadose Zone Journal. His research includes water/energy nexus; soil/water/plant interactions in arid vadose zones; and connections between water resources, landscape development, and human interactions.

Earlier Event: August 29
Annual Ethics Talk: The L’Aquila Trial
Later Event: October 20
Core Workshop: Wilcox Group