GLISN Science Open House on Tuesday at AGU in San Francisco
GreenLand Ice Sheet monitoring Network (GLISN) Science Open House at AGU, Tuesday December 15 5-7pm, Hotel Palomar, MOMA room, 12 Fourth Street, San Francisco Light refreshments served.



GreenLand Ice Sheet monitoring Network (GLISN)

Science Open House at AGU, Tuesday December 15

5-7pm, Hotel Palomar, MOMA room, 12 Fourth Street, San Francisco 
Light refreshments served.

GLISN is an international program of eight nations (Denmark, Canada, 
Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, and US) to monitor the 
dynamics of Greenland Ice Sheet with a real-time, broadband seismic 
network of 25 stations in and around Greenland. All data are openly 
available without restrictions. New in 2009, there are already now
11 stations and one array providing open data in real-time.

The GLISN US Science Advisory Committee invites your interest in 
GLISN data and scientific activities, which encompass Ice Sheet 
dynamics, climate, and the solid Earth. Please come to the 
international GLISN Open House Tuesday after sessions at AGU.

For more information, please contact us:
        Meredith Nettles (nettles@ldeo.columbia.edu)
        Rhett Butler (rhett@iris.edu)
        Kent Anderson (kent@iris.edu)