Special event and Travel support for attending ocean sciences meetings 2024 in New Orleans

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Matt Wei

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Partial travel grant is available from NSF to encourage participation of
the following event during the Ocean Sciences Meeting.
Application deadline: January 1st, 2024
Notification of award: by January 8th, 2024

Please apply here.
https://tinyurl.com/2mbhxn8u

Event/Workshop Title: Merging oceanographic and geophysical interests to
study shelf and slope processes with currents and bottom pressure
observations and numerical modeling

Date and Time: Sunday, 18 February 2024: 15:00 - 18:00
Location: Convention Center, 223, Second Floor

Opportunities exist to advance the physical oceanographic understanding
of Shelf and Slope Processes in an interdisciplinary manner. To study
earthquake and tsunamis, geophysicists detect vertical deformation of
the seafloor along continental margins by large arrays of bottom
pressure sensors (sometimes with current-meters too). The bottom
pressures and currents contain ocean water column signals from tides,
coastal trapped waves, and other processes, which serve as "ocean noise"
for geodetic purposes but signal for physical oceanographic studies. We
look for participants with a general interest in Shelf and Slope
Processes as well as expertise in seafloor observations and numerical
modeling. Partial travel grant is available from NSF to encourage
participation of this event. Please fill an application here.
https://tinyurl.com/2mbhxn8u

Organizers:
Matt Wei (University of Rhode Island)
Karina Ramos-Muslem (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
Erik Fredrickson (UT Austin)
Randy Watts (University of Rhode Island)

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Meng "Matt" Wei
Associate Professor
Graduate School of Oceanography
University of Rhode Island

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Fredrickson, Erik

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Nov 30, 2023, 4:25:17 PM11/30/23
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Hello all,

I want to add to this announcement that the funding application link (https://tinyurl.com/2mbhxn8u) can also be used to register for the event -- simply leave the funding request question blank or write 0, n/a, etc. If you plan to attend, please do register so that we can ensure we get a sufficiently equipped room and can properly plan for the discussion. I hope to see you there.

Best,
Erik Fredrickson

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Subject: [Seafloor Geodesy] Special event and Travel support for attending ocean sciences meetings 2024 in New Orleans
 
Partial travel grant is available from NSF to encourage participation of
the following event during the Ocean Sciences Meeting.
Application deadline: January 1st, 2024
Notification of award: by January 8th, 2024

Please apply here.


Event/Workshop Title: Merging oceanographic and geophysical interests to
study shelf and slope processes with currents and bottom pressure
observations and numerical modeling

Date and Time: Sunday, 18 February 2024: 15:00 - 18:00
Location: Convention Center, 223, Second Floor

Opportunities exist to advance the physical oceanographic understanding
of Shelf and Slope Processes in an interdisciplinary manner. To study
earthquake and tsunamis, geophysicists detect vertical deformation of
the seafloor along continental margins by large arrays of bottom
pressure sensors (sometimes with current-meters too). The bottom
pressures and currents contain ocean water column signals from tides,
coastal trapped waves, and other processes, which serve as "ocean noise"
for geodetic purposes but signal for physical oceanographic studies. We
look for participants with a general interest in Shelf and Slope
Processes as well as expertise in seafloor observations and numerical
modeling. Partial travel grant is available from NSF to encourage
participation of this event. Please fill an application here.


Organizers:
Matt Wei (University of Rhode Island)
Karina Ramos-Muslem (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
Erik Fredrickson (UT Austin)
Randy Watts (University of Rhode Island)

--
Meng "Matt" Wei
Associate Professor
Graduate School of Oceanography
University of Rhode Island

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