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Shared Values in Earthquake Early Warning Research

As we look to further engage wider communities on EEW research and its applications, it is good to understand our shared values and common goals. We would like to hold a workshop and invite you to explore this with us. The workshop will only be only for one hour and we hope we will have an hour of engaging discussion!

When: 23 July, Thursday – 10am to 11amZoom link:
The format of the workshop will be a semi-structured discussion on these three questions:

  1. What are your aspirations for EEW in Aotearoa New Zealand?
  2. What strengths do you wish to share to the community-of-practice?
  3. Where do you think is a good place to start EEW research with communities?67

We value your participation and your insights will help frame our shared values. We hope you can come to this virtual workshop. This workshop is a chance for the community-of-practice to learn about each other and find a collective approach to EEW research.  

Please read the information and consent form to the workshop for more details:

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