Marine Seismology Symposium - Registration
The Marine Seismology Symposium will be held virtually over two weeks, March 8-19th 2021. The symposium will include plenary science sessions as well as virtual "poster" sessions, all held via Zoom and a website-based meeting platform. You will need to be registered to access the meeting content. The plenaries will be held in 6 main sessions, each 2-4 hours in length, over the course of the two weeks with at least one session held in a Euro/Asia friendly time zone. Recordings of plenaries will be made available to view shortly after the sessions. "Posters" will be presented via pre-recorded videos along with live moderated sessions. Discussion forums will also be available for further asynchronous interactions. Complementary special interest group discussions and related events will also be facilitated with the resources we have available. A draft agenda is available on the symposium website: https://www.iris.edu/hq/workshops/2021/03/mss. The final agenda and more information on the "poster" presentations will be sent out in mid-February.

There is no registration fee for this meeting but you must register to participate. Full registration closed February 3rd; we will add late registrations as attendees-only until our attendance limit is reached. Please check your email for your registration confirmation. Registered participants as of February 4th at 10am ET are now available on the symposium website.

Feedback throughout the planning and execution of the Marine Seismology Symposium is always welcome. Please send an email to kasey@iris.edu and your thoughts will be shared with the organizing committee.

The Marine Seismology Symposium Organizing Committee: Kasey Aderhold (IRIS), Emily Roland (WWU), Masako Tominaga (WHOI), Anne Tréhu (OSU), Bob Woodward (IRIS), Patrick Hart (USGS), Donna Shillington (NAU), Sean Higgins (LDEO), Sean Gulick (UTIG), Monica Kohler (Caltech), Helen Janiszewski (U of Hawaii, Manoa), Lindsay Worthington (UNM), Anne Bécel (LDEO), John Orcutt (SIO), Guilherme de Melo (UFRN), Jianhua Gong (MIT), Liam Moser (WHOI)
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What is your primary research focus, technical expertise or interest? (e.g. mantle tomography, marine engineering, volcanoes, etc.)
Do you wish to identify any accessibility needs or barriers to participation? You can also indicate if you would like an organizer to reach out to you and discuss.
Did you plan on attending the (now postponed) in-person 2020 Marine Seismology Symposium? *
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