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John B. Rundle, University of California, Davis
The international Solid Earth Virtual Observatory (iSERVO; www.iservo.edu.au) is a planned partnership of primarily Asia Pacific economies interested in studying, forecasting, and mitigating the damaging effects of large and great earthquakes as well as the tsunamis they produce. The iSERVO concept is founded on the use of modern information technology to simulate the nonlinear dynamical earthquake and tsunami processes at all relevant scales, and to organize, collate, and interpret the massive new data sets that will be available in the partner countries beginning within the next three years.
Index Terms:
earth system modeling, solid earth
Citation:
John B. Rundle, "Guest Editor's Introduction: iSERVO-The International Solid Earth Research Virtual Observatory," Computing in Science and Engineering, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 24-26, July-Aug. 2005, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2005.71
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