Seminars typically take place at 10:30 AM Wednesdays in the Rambo Auditorium (main USGS Conference Room). The USGS Campus is located at 345 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park, CA.
We record most seminars. You can watch live or check the archives to view a past seminar.
Available for a Seminar
Aseismic slip at the Mendocino Triple Junction from characteristically repeating earthquakes
Kathryn Materna, UC Berkeley Earth and Planetary Science
Dynamic properties of unsaturated soils and their role in prediction of seismic compression
John McCartney, UC San Diego, Department of Structural Engineering
Paleoseismology and earthquake chronology for the Santa Cruz Mountains San Andreas Fault, California
Ashley Streig, Portland State University
No seminar this week due to the 2018 Northern California Earthquake Hazards Workshop
Extracting Heat from the Earth – Why does Micro-mechanics Matter?
Ingrid Tomac, UC San Diego
Rapid magnitude estimation from seismogeodetic data
Dara Goldberg, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
An Overview of UCERF3 (the latest earthquake forecast model for CA) and the Implications for Operational Earthquake Forecasting
Ned Field, USGS, NEIC
Joint ESC/VSC/GMEG Seminar - Asteroid Impact Risk Assessment
Donovan Mathias, NASA - Ames
Cordillera thermal regime from Mexico to Alaska and tectonic implications
Roy Hyndman, Pacific Geoscience Centre, Geological Survey of Canada
An optically-based sensor for the measurement of earthquake induced transient and residual building drift
David McCallen, Associate VP, University of California National Laboratories
Serpentinite and creep along the Bartlett Springs Fault at Lake Pillsbury
Diane Moore, Earthquake Science Center