ISTI will have our annual booth at the Fall American Geophysical Union meeting December 14 to 18, 2015. Please come by our booth number 612 and let us know how things are, how we can help solve your problems and just to say hi.
We will have a number of our scientific and programming staff on hand and will be demonstrating some new Tsunami monitoring software we are working on for NOAA. We will also be demonstrating some of our Induced Seismicity monitoring tools including EZ Earthworm, our web admin tool for Earthworm systems. ISTI is a geophysical service and software company that specializes in Earthquake science and monitoring, Infrasound science and monitoring, and Radionuclide monitoring. We look forward to meeting and talking with you at AGU.
In addition, our staff scientists are presenting a number of interesting posters and talks at this Fall’s meeting. They include:
- S11-C03: Observations of a hydrofracture induced earthquake sequence in Harrison County Ohio in 2014 – Talk at 8:30AM on Monday morning
- NH23A-1868: U.S. Tsunami Information technology (TIM) Modernization: Performance Assessment of Tsunamigenic Earthquake Discrimination System – Poster Wednesday afternoon
- S53B-2831: Constraining shallow seismic event depth via synthetic modeling for Expert Technical Analysis at the IDC – Poster on Friday afternoon
- S23D-2778: Estimation of Earthquake Source Properties Along the East African Rift Using Full Waveforms – Poster on Tuesday afternoon
Follow up after AGU: This was a great AGU and we had a lot of good visits by friends and customers. Thank you for coming by our booth and for the interesting discussions.
We even spotted some Star Wars critters in the exhibit hall this time.