What can we learn about unusual earthquake hazards from large scale numerical simulations on the Grid? by Bernard Minster

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Bernard Minster discusses "What can we learn about unusual earthquake hazards from large scale numerical simulations on the Grid?" at The Minority-Serving Institutions Cyberinfrastructure Institute (MSICI2) Preliminary Program at the San Diego Supercomputing Center, University of California San Diego La Jolla, California | June 26-29, 2006

CROSS-Fire Demo

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EELA-2 application demo: http://applications.eu-eela.eu/application_details.php?ID=8
Authors António Pina and Bruno Oliveira

Heading Due South

Scripps researchers gather geomagnetic signs to determine if Earth's magnetic field is currently headed toward a complete reversal

Saving the Tijuana Estuary

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The estuary stands as the last barrier between the Pacific Ocean and pollution. Its mix of plants and silt acts as a filter that purifies inland rain and flood waters before they reach the ocean. The beaches of Imperial Beach are closed about 180 days every year. Without the estuary, they would be closed year round.

The Beach of the Future

Building upon a legacy of coastal science at Scripps, high-tech tools are opening new avenues for researchers to track sand movements and further explain beach systems.

Welcome to the New Normal

Scripps Oceanography research suggests that climate change will require a complete rethinking of water delivery systems in the West. That'll be step one.