2001 Summer IU PEPP Earthquake Institute Workshop

These pictures were taken by Lowell Bailey and Justin Stigall


Lecture and Lab Sessions
    June 21st

Gary Pavlis ponders the deep earth...
And Michael Hamburger shares a private laugh with a favorite seismogram...
Doesn't this seismogram just bring tears to your eyes??? 
The class is getting a little rowdy, so Hamburger calls for a time out...
Steve Webb and Lois Gray take on a seismogram...
Hamburger teaches the class how to do the hokey-pokey...
Elvia Solis checks out the new expresso bar...
Can you hear it ticking???
The beautiful AS-1 seismometer...
Mike Kelley falls asleep while contemplating the PEPP-V seismometer...
The guts of a PEPP-V seismometer...
Peggy Fisherkeller collapses on a seismogram!
The gang attacks the seismograms!

 



    The Mount Carmel Fault field trip
 
    June 24th

A long walk to a short outcrop..
John Rupp explains the basics of Indiana geology...
Nancy Martin has to shield her eyes from the beauty of the geological map...
The long walk to the Mt. Carmel fault, at Shawnee Bluffs
What the heck is a nice limestone like you doing in a place like this? [Hint: Look for a fault nearby!]
Hamburger lectures while the group listens attentively (NOT!)
Jim Hoffman explores some entomology on the field trip.
The Harrodsburg parking garage...
Terry Stigall breaks into song in front of the Harrodsburg Fault...
My life insurance company? Metropolitan Life, of course! Why do you ask?

 


Seismogram Interpretation Sessions
 
    June 25th

More seismograms!!!
Chris Donvan, David Burch, and Elvia Solis explore a seismogram...
Dan, Ewa, Mike, Bob, and Bob--and the Hokkaido deep earthquake!
Gail Schwoebel and Veronica Crock take on an earthquake...
Jeff Sayers and Lois Gray struggle with a tough seismogram...
The men take on an earthquake...
Gail Schwoebel, Ewa Shannon, and Veronica Crock share a light moment with a heavy earthquake...
Ann Koshy, Cartherine Shelton, and Bill Gee confer...
Michael describes the famous 'Hamburger Rule of Thumb' for calculating earthquake distance
Now that everyone understands mb, Ms, ML, and MD, should we take on moment magnitudes???

 

Panorama of Lake Monroe, looking along the Mt. Carmel Fault (photo contributed by Jim Hoffman)


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