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chapter news Denver-Boulder lapsed apartment complex, the damage to the park- Seismology was the topic at the 30 March 1994 ing garag e at California State University—Northridge, meeting and took the form of an afternoon tour of the and the missing overpasses along the Santa Monica United States Geological Survey's (USGS) National Freeway.—Daniel Breed. Earthquake Information Center (NEIC). Located in Golden, Colorado, the NEIC has three main missions: Oregon 1) to rapidly determine the location and size of all Chapter members met at the Bonneville Power destructive earthquakes worldwide and immediately Administration Public Hearings Room in the Lloyd disseminate the information; 2) to collect, archive, and Center on 12 May 1994. Chapter President George provide to scientists and the general public an exten- Miller conducted a short business meeting. Chapter sive seismic database, through national and global members were asked to provide housing for visiting seismograph networks and international agreements; Japanese meteorologists who will be attending na- and 3) to pursue research focused on improving tional AMS meetings being held in Portland this NEIC's ability to locate earthquakes and understand summer. Roy Chambers discussed the School Asso- the earthquake mechanism. ciate in Meteorology program. Following the business meeting, Miller introduced the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Denver-Boulder lapsed apartment complex, the damage to the park- Seismology was the topic at the 30 March 1994 ing garag e at California State University—Northridge, meeting and took the form of an afternoon tour of the and the missing overpasses along the Santa Monica United States Geological Survey's (USGS) National Freeway.—Daniel Breed. Earthquake Information Center (NEIC). Located in Golden, Colorado, the NEIC has three main missions: Oregon 1) to rapidly determine the location and size of all Chapter members met at the Bonneville Power destructive earthquakes worldwide and immediately Administration Public Hearings Room in the Lloyd disseminate the information; 2) to collect, archive, and Center on 12 May 1994. Chapter President George provide to scientists and the general public an exten- Miller conducted a short business meeting. Chapter sive seismic database, through national and global members were asked to provide housing for visiting seismograph networks and international agreements; Japanese meteorologists who will be attending na- and 3) to pursue research focused on improving tional AMS meetings being held in Portland this NEIC's ability to locate earthquakes and understand summer. Roy Chambers discussed the School Asso- the earthquake mechanism. ciate in Meteorology program. Following the business meeting, Miller introduced the

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Published: Jul 1, 1994

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