The Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) is a directorate of UNAVCO, subject to the bylaws and governing structure of its parent organization. UNAVCO's Board of Directors has designated the PBO Standing Committee to represent PBO's scientific user community in overseeing all functions and aspects of PBO management.
The PBO Standing Committee (PBOSC) is charged with the role of advising the UNAVCO Board of Directors in overseeing all functions and all aspects of PBO management. The members of the PBOSC are appointed by, and report to, the UNAVCO Board. The PBOSC represents the PBO scientific data user community to ensure that the scientific goals of the PBO are met, to the extent possible within fiscal and other practical limits. The PBOSC meets at least three times per year to review, in detail, the progress on all aspects of PBO operations, facilities, and contracts. In particular, the PBOSC will review this data management plan and the RFPs for the Analysis Centers and Analysis Center Coordinator. The PBOSC will identify issues of concern and recommend actions to the UNAVCO Board, which will in turn advise the UNAVCO President (meghanunavco.org) and PBO Director (mattioliunavco.org).
The PBO Data Working Group (DWG) is charged with helping the PBO Data Products Manager and PBO Director to define high-level requirements and priorities for the collection, archiving and analysis of data from PBO installations, the generation of PBO data products, and the dissemination of PBO data and data products. Working Group members represent the EarthScope science user community and are appointed at the sole discretion of the PBO Director. The Working Group will meet at least annually to assess PBO data and data products and to review the PBO data management plan. After each meeting, the Working Group Chair will submit a written evaluation report to the PBO Data Products Manager and Director, which they will use in evaluating and initiating necessary changes to PBO data management systems.
PBO Standing Committee members are appointed to a 2 year term and can be reappointed.
|Bill Hammond (Chair)||University of Nevada, Reno||whammondunr.edu||Dec 2012|
|Roland Burgmann||University of California, Berkeley||burgmannseismo.berkeley.edu||Dec 2011|
|John Beavan**||GNS Science - New Zealand||j.beavangns.cri.nz||Dec 2010|
|Ben Brooks||University of Hawaii||bbrookshawaii.edu||Dec 2011|
|Lucy Flesch||Purdue University||lmfleschpurdue.edu||Dec 2011|
|Tom Heaton||California Institute of Technology||heatongps.caltech.edu||Dec 2011|
|Bill Holt (Board Liaison)||State University of New York at Stony Brook||wholtmantle.geo.sunysb.edu||Dec 2010|
|Tony Lowry||Utah State University||tony.lowryusu.edu||Dec 2012|
|Evelyn Roeloffs**||USGS||evelynrusgs.gov||Dec 2010|
|Giovanni Sella**||NGS||giovanni.sellanoaa.gov||Dec 2010|
PBO DPWG members are appointed for an indefinite term and are rotated on/off as needs and interests dictate.
|David Schmidt (Chair)||University of Oregon||dasuoregon.edu|
|Paul Bodin||University of Washington||pbodiness.washington.edu|
|James Foster||University of Hawaii||jfostersoest.hawaii.edu|
|Thomas Herring**||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||tahchandler.mit.edu|
|Corne Kreemer||University of Nevada, Reno||kreemerunr.edu|
|John Langbein*||U.S. Geological Survey||langbeinusgs.gov|
|Douglas Neuhauser**||Berkeley Seismological Laboratory||dougseismo.berkeley.edu|
|Taka'aki Taira||Berkeley Seismological Laboratory||tairaseismo.berkeley.edu|