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Links to attachments: article slides

Links shared during the meeting:

Does not have all the terms that we are looking for, but https://esipfed.github.io/stc/sweet_lode/phenGeolSeismicity.html

also, not as formal, but a trusted source, https://www.iris.edu/hq/inclass/fact-sheet/vocabulary_for_earthquakerelated_topics

and the ESIP ontology portal probably has more: http://cor.esipfed.org/

Not sure but possibly their (USGS) code repo would have some useful links to data (in addition to talking to subject matter experts) https://github.com/usgs/groundfailure

A high-level technical description of k.LAB for technical partners https://docs.integratedmodelling.org/technote/

About use of ARIES https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.02.23.432363v1.abstract


June 10, 2021

Topic: 

After the CDI Workshop: What next?

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