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New EQ-GEO-NET mailing list

Most of us who are interested in tectonics and paleoseismology subscribed to the EQ-GEO-NET mailing list. The mailing list is a great tool to share info on our research and to discuss. Now the list has a new address: eq-geo-net-ml@aist.go.jp
If you don’t receive messages anymore or if you want to subscribe, please contact eq-geo-net-admin-ml@aist.go.jp

The mailing list allows you to follow the latest news and to discuss with colleagues without having to leave your comfortable office. The picture shows the author and his colleagues during what we call field work.

This is the message send by Takashi Azuma, one of the admins of the list, to announce the new address:

Dear EQ-GEO-NET member

New mailing-list (eq-geo-net-ml@aist.go.jp) has started since yesterday. Please use this new address to distribute infomation and discuss on active tectonics and paleaoseismology!

This mail is sent to both of new and old address. If you received only one message, please tell us by e-mail to ” eq-geo-net-admin-ml@aist.go.jp “.

With my best regards

Takashi

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Takashi AZUMA
Senior Researcher,
Active Fault and Earthquake Research Center, AIST (Tsukuba, JAPAN)
t-azuma@aist.go.jp

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Christoph Grützner

Christoph Grützner

works at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. He likes Central Asia and the Mediterranean and is looking for ancient earthquakes.

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