First, there was COCORP, then there was LITHOPROBE, and now EarthScope. But as EarthScope begins to ramp down, the question arises: “What’s next for plate-boundary scale North American Geoscientific research?”
The Canadian Cordillera Array (CCArray) and the Earth-System Observing Network/Réseau d’Observation du Système terrestrE (EON-ROSE) projects hope to guide the next chapter in North American Geoscientific research. By ‘standing on the shoulders of giants’ we aim to peer even deeper into the Earth and improve our understanding of complex Earth-systems processes.
Join us for an annual evening update to learn more about the CCArray/EON-ROSE, its many new exciting developments, and its countless opportunities for transdisciplinary international collaboration. The event is just after the AGU sessions on Wednesday, only a few blocks from the Walter E. Washington center.
Stay for dinner after at 8 pm or come for dinner even if you can’t make the formal event!
Space is strictly limited to 50 people so please RSVP as soon as possible to secure your spot.
Cash bar at the venue.
TICKETS BY INVITE ONLY. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a seat.