You are invited


APRIL 29, 2022 | 12PM PT/3PM ET

Are you interested in the geomorphology of active convergence margins?

Would your research benefit from dense, continuous, standardized data that could be readily utilized to address critical earthquake, volcanic, landslide and tsunami hazards questions? 

…such as terrestrial lidar, hi-res seafloor bathymetry, denudation rates, thermochronology, precipitation and moisture data, GPS, environmental seismology, and more…


The Land- Scapes and Sea-Scapes working group of the SZ4D initiative welcomes you to participate in an informal zoom working group meeting on April 29, 2022 at noon pacific/3 Eastern. We will discuss the current and future SZ4D activities and provide information about how to get involved in the next stage of SZ4D. 


SZ4D (Subduction Zones in 4 Dimensions is a community-driven initiative to study the places where Earth’s tectonic plates converge, with a focus on the fundamental processes underlying geologic hazards such as great earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, and volcanic eruptions. The Land- and Sea-Scapes (LS) component of the SZ4D is focused on understanding earth surface processes that give rise to geohazards.