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MILAGRO Postcards from the Field, by author - Windows to the Universe

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The Spring 2011 issue of The Earth Scientist is focused on modernizing seismology education. Thanks to IRIS, you can download this issue for free as a pdf. Print copies are available in our online store.

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Chris Cantrell    David Greenberg    Barry Lefer    Alison Lehnherr-George    Judy Lloyd    Oscar Peralta    Dara Salcedo


Chris Cantrell

David Greenberg

Barry Lefer

Alison Lehnherr-George

Judy Lloyd

Oscar Peralta

Dara Salcedo

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