The Seismological Society of America is now accepting session proposals for the 2011 SSA meeting in Memphis, Tennessee, 13–15 April 2011.

Sessions are encouraged from across the broad fields of earthquake science, geotechnical and earthquake engineering, and seismology, including paleoseismology, Earth structure, explosion monitoring, nonvolcanic tremor and slow slip, earthquake and other seismic-source processes, seismo-acoustics, nonlinear seismic wave propagation, topography and basin effects, controlled source experiments, and hazard analysis.

The 2011 SSA Annual Meeting coincides with the bicentennial of the remarkable New Madrid earthquakes of 1811–1812 and the arrival of the Transportable Array element of EarthScope's USArray in the central...

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