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Seismology Section Basics

Modern seismology has many opportunities for people who enjoying taking an analytical approach to the geosciences, including those interested in geophysics, physics, engineering, applied mathematics, and/or computer science.

Over 4900 AGU members have their primary or secondary affiliation with the Seismology Section. Roughly 23% of these members are students.

The Seismology Section and its volunteers contribute to several types of AGU activities. These include:

  • The AGU Fall Meeting program
  • Honors and awards that recognize achievements in scientific research and service
  • Providing information related to natural hazards and science policy issues
  • AGU publications

Student Executive Committee Members

The student Executive Committee members for the Seismology section are Nate Stevens (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Anant Hariharan (Brown University), Pritom Sarma (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), and Liam Toney (University of Alaska Fairbanks)

The role of the Student Executive Committee members for Seismology involves:

  • being a voice for student interests and concerns within the section,
  • helping to organize student events, such as the Fall Meeting student mixer, and
  • participating in other AGU Fall Meeting events such as the student breakfast and a meeting with the section officers.

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