Planning for the SZ4D Initiative: What’s Happening Now and Where is it Headed?
April 24th, 2020 at 11 AM PDT
A Webinar by the SZ4D Steering Committee
(presenter: Harold Tobin, Univ. of Washington)
Please join us for this informational webinar on the SZ4D planning initiative.
Pre-Registration is required to join this webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The SZ4D, or Subduction Zones in Four Dimensions, effort is a research-community driven initiative in the U.S. to investigate the processes that underlie subduction zone hazards. An NSF-funded planning group is now working to map out a potential decadal-scale program in integrated science of subduction and seeks wide community input. Within SZ4D, three Working Groups have been convened so far to address major areas of interest:
Faulting & Earthquake Cycles
Magmatic Drivers of Eruption
Landscapes & Seascapes: Surface Processes and Subduction
Please join us for a one-hour informational webinar to learn what the developing research initiative is about and how the planning process is proceeding, how the community is being engaged, and what the timelines for SZ4D planning look like.
There will be an opportunity for questions during the webinar. If you like, you may also pre-submit a question for the webinar using this form, and we will try to address them during the session.