SSA is now accepting session proposals for the 2012 SSA meeting in San Diego, California, 17–19 April 2012. Sessions are encouraged from across the broad fields of earthquake science, geotechnical and earthquake engineering, and seismology; topics may include (but are not limited to) wave propagation, Earth structure, explosion monitoring, controlled source experiments, earthquake and other seismic-source processes, ground motion, paleoseismology, and hazard analysis.

The 2012 SSA Annual Meeting will focus on seismotectonics and hazards in continental margins with regional emphasis on plate boundary processes. Topics of interest may include recent large earthquakes, tsunamigenic earthquakes, earthquake forecasting, the stress state of...

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