The NSF GeoPRISMS Program Announcement is available for your review
Please note, NSF has revised the solicitation, providing important instructions regarding "NSF GeoPRISMS deadline update and logistical support for Aleutian fieldwork". You can access the revised solicitation HERE. GeoPRISMS proposals will have a deadline of August 1 in 2014 (for 2014 only), and July 1 every year thereafter. GeoPRISMS Post-Doctoral Fellowship proposals are also welcome. Please see instructions for the post-doctoral program. Note that proposals submitted to GeoPRISMS will be subject to the new NSF data management requirements, as well as the new GeoPRISMS Data Policy.
Cascadia Data Unrestricted - MAY 02, 2014
The Cascadia Initiative datahas been corrected and is now un-restricted at the IRIS Data Management Center (DMC). The data was restricted on 2/28/14 to correct the horizontal channel convention for a subset of the data. All researchers using the Cascadia data set should re-download the data. (more)
The updated version of the GeoPRISMS Implementation Plan is now available
The final version of the Implementation Plan is now availabe. The full document can be downloaded in pdf format. The updated New Zealand section, as well as Alaska, Cascadia, Eastern North America (ENAM), and East African Rift System (EARS) sections, also can be downloaded as separate pdfs, as can the revised appendices: A- IP Writing Team, B - IP Workshops, and C - IP Update history.
Cascadia Initiative Dear Colleague Letter Updated
The National Science Foundation has released an updated "Dear Colleague Letter: Clarification of the proposal submission process for the Cascadia Initiative (CI)". This letter outlines the types of proposals that will be considered for the EarthScope-GeoPRISMS Cascadia Initiative, and their associated deadlines. The Cascadia Initiative is a joint program between EarthScope and GeoPRISMS/MARGINS for the study of the Cascadia margin of the Pacific Northwest.
The MARGINS Website still exists
The MARGINS website will continue to exist, providing an archival record of more than 10 years of great science, education, and outreach activities.
The new GeoPRISMS website will be updated incrementally over the next months to years, serving as a community resource about the GeoPRISMS Program, research, funding, education and outreach, and so much more. Check back often for updates.
Seeking GeoPRISMS research updates
In addition, we are eager to add more to the site, in particular, news and updates about your research, publications, and other activities. If you have something you would like to share with the GeoPRISMS community, please contact us.
And in general, we just look forward to hearing from YOU!